Native, long-lived, medium to large sized conifer has long, soft, flexible needles and bark that turns red as it matures. The tree is self-pruning, straight growth, and disease resistance. Will thrive in poor soil. It can tolerate heavy soil, but well-drained soils are preferred. roots are deep and strong. A preferred timber tree. 6-12 inches
Native. Fast growing. Can tolerate dry, rocky soil. Grows in normal moisture conditions but can tolerate more. Avoid heavy, poorly drained soils. Excellent tree for landscaping, windbreaks, dense screen, field plantings, thermal cover and timber. 6-12 inches
Non-native, Naturalized, fast-growing evergreen can get very large, reaching an average of 60-80 feet high and 30-40 foot spread. Some have reached heights of 90+ feet. This conifer has a conical shape and exhibits drooping branches as it matures. A common choice for windbreaks, reforestation, and wildlife plantings. The Norway Spruce tolerates dry locations better than other spruces, but prefers loamy, well-drained locations. This tree is very adaptable to most conditions and naturally deer resistant. 6-12 inches
Native. Sometimes known as the White Fir Its dense form provides great cover. Will grow in average to moist but well drained soils. Exhibits a good degree of drought tolerance once established. Will grow in partial sun, requiring a minimum of just 4 hours of direct sunlight each day. 6-12 inches
Native, often called the American Arborvitae. This cedar has flattened branches with green, scaly, fan-like foliage. Displays good cold hardiness and heat tolerance and is very popular for landscape, hedge rows, and wildlife plantings. Adaptable to most soil types and is somewhat shade tolerant. This cedar will grow in average moisture conditions but will also do well in wetter areas. 6-12 inches
Native to isolated pockets in the mountains of Canaan Valley in West Virginia. great choice for Christmas tree production and wildlife cover. Highly adaptable to many soil conditions even wet, poorly drained areas. Avoid heavy wet clay. A later bud break makes it less susceptible to spring frost injury. Shade tolerant, drought tolerant once established, and fairly deer resistant. 6-12 inches
A blend of genetics, often referd to as wild apple. They are generally easy to grow and tolerate a variety of soils and light conditions. Grows and produces fruit best in full sun with moist well drained soils. Can grow 15-30 feet tall and as wide. May produce fruit in 5-10 years. Great for wildlife. 12-18 inches
Native tree that can reach 90-120 feet tall. The crown is compact and pyramidal. Prefers moist, well-drained soil, full sun, and slightly acidic soil. It is pH and partial-shade adaptable. Native Americans used this tree for building canoes and for medicine. Its name is from it's tulip-like flowers. 12-18 inches
Native, large tree averaging 50-90 foot high. It prefers full sun and wet to dry loam or sandy soil. It is intolerant of shade and problematic growth on less fertile sights. The nuts are edible, and the fleshy husk can be used as a dye. The wood is used in furniture and veneer. 12-18 inches
Native, large sized tree. It typically grows 60-80 feet tall but can reach up to 100 feet. Plant in rich medium to occasionally wet soils in full to part sun. Can tolerate temporary flooding in the spring. Give it plenty of room to grow. The nuts are sweet and produced on trees 10-20 years of age. 6-12 inches
Native, large sized tree averaging 70-80 feet tall and equally as wide. it is drought resistant, long-lived and reasonably fast grower for an oak. Its acorns have a bur or mossy appearance hence the name. It prefers rich bottomland but is tolerant of poor soil conditions like rocky slopes and dry or clay soils if given full sun conditions. 12-18 inches
Native medium-large sized tree averaging 50-60 feet tall and equally as wide with a broad, oval crown and a short trunk. This oak tree is durable and long-living, up to 300 years. Prefers full sun and moist to wet acidic soil but, it is adaptable to drier sites. Great acorn production for wildlife. 12-18 inches
Native, moderate to fast-growing tree with a rounded, broad spreading crown. It can grow 50-75 feet tall and equally as wide. Prefers full sun, moist to dry, well-drained, sites however, it can grow in a very wide range of conditions. Typically planted for its ornamental and wildlife value. 12-18 inches
This strawberry variety is from the Peter Vinson breeding program in Kent, England. This day-neutral is easier to grow, higher yielding and less sensitive to the warm summer temperatures that shut down day-neutral production. Berries have an attractive red color, good flavor and maintain good size. Day Neutral Strawberry Plant bears fruit 12-14 weeks after planting.
Native, woody, deciduous shrub. 5 to 12 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide. Found along streams, marshes, moist forests, and disturbed areas. Tolerates a wide variety of wet to dry soils but prefers rich, moist, slightly acidic soil in sun to partial shade. Plants will spread by root sucker and will form thickets. Summer flowers are followed by a purple-black edible fruit.
Native, large, woody, deciduous shrub or small tree that may grow 20 feet tall and nearly as wide. a high-value wildlife plant. In the spring flowers are in large white cymes and the fall leaf color is in reds and purples. Berries mature to purplish-black and are eaten by both humans and birds. Fruits better with more than one shrub for pollination. It is adaptable to soil types and prefers partial shade and moist to dry well-drained soil
This selection is a GoldRush x Enterprise cross selected for its scab-resistant traits. RubyRush™ also exhibits excellent resistance to fire blight and cedar apple rust. The fruit is juicy and aromatic with a desirable crisp texture. The tree is vigorous and should be thinned to avoid biennial bearing. Grafted on EMLA 111 semi-dwarf rootstock. It produces trees that are well anchored, resistant to collar rot and woolly aphids. A good selection for heavy, poorly drained soils. 4-5 feet
Potomac is a Moonglow x Beurre D’Anjou cross. The fruit is moderate in size, averaging 2.5 inches. The flesh texture is moderately fine and buttery. The flavor is pleasingly sub-acid with a mild aroma and is similar to Beurre D’Anjou in character. The tree is moderately vigorous and resistant to fire blight. Grafted on OHxF97 to produce a standard size tree that is hardy and productive.
This is a mid to late season blueberry plant with the largest berry of any available variety on the market today. Chandler will fruit over a period of 4–6 weeks and has good flavor. This variety is vigorous, with a spreading habit of 5–6 feet. Best in Zones 5 – 7, prefers Soil pH Level 4.5 - 4.8. 1 Liter potted plant.
Encore is vigorous, sturdy, upright, nearly spineless and has excellent winter hardiness. Berries are large with very cohesive drupelets and good raspberry flavor. Encore is a good choice for extending the summer raspberry-picking season. Berry color is red. Summer Bearing Raspberry Plant bears fruit 1 year after planting.
Native, woody, deciduous shrub. Does best in full sun, hardy, easy to grow. Great for pollinators and erosion control. Attractive flowers, and bark. It may be found growing on rocky hillsides and banks of streams. It can be cut to the ground in the winter to rejuvenate.
Native, small, slow-growing, woody,deciduous shrub. Can grow 3 to 15 feet tall and just a wide. The common name refers to the plant’s red berries that mature in the fall, providing winter interest and food for birds and small mammals. Grows best in moist, acidic soil with good drainage. It tolerates heat, drought, and soil compaction. It is resistant to deer foraging, fire, and salt. Low maintenance.
(Perennial & Annual Mix) A brilliant range of color is what to expect from this mixture of 20 wildflowers. A hardy mixture of annuals and perennials specially adapted to northeastern growing conditions. (8-10 lbs Per Acer) Seed at rate of 1/2 oz. per 100 square feet, 1 oz. 200 square feet and 1 lb. 3,200 square feet. List of seed included in mix available upon request.
Perennial mix of Red, White, Alsike, and Chickory, suited to most sites in the northeast. Extreme wet or dry locations should be avoided. Contains loads of high quality forage that is packed with plenty of protein.. (12 lbs. Per Acre)
Annual mix intended for mid-summer, early fall planting. Mix of brassicas that will provide the protein needed for the rut and the nutrients needed for the long winter months. Forage Turnip, Hybrid Brassica, Trophy Rape, Purple Top Turnip (5 lbs. per Acre)