[8-10"]A majestic evergreen beauty when planted as a single specimen tree, this very hardy pine grows stately and gracefully tall. Needles are soft and bluish-green in color. Bark is thin, smooth and greenish-brown, turning darker as the tree matures. Ideal for specimen planting, shade, windbreaks, and appealing Christmas tree.
[5-10"]Native that grows well in most soil types even boggy situations. Needles are deep blue green and non prickly. Grows in a dense habit making it desirable for landscape and versatile windbreaks.
[15-18"]This graceful pyramidal has sharp, shiny, dark green needles. Beautiful spreading branches with drooping twigs. An extremely hardy tree that is successful under most soil conditions. Ideal for Christmas trees, ornamental, protective windbreaks, and timber.
[8-15"]One of the finest for Christmas trees, ornamental and windbreak use. Color ranges from blue-green to silvery blue. It is a quick growing tree that likes all types of soils that are moist, but well drained.
[6-18"]One of the best soil conservation trees. Fast grower and will grow almost anywhere. Will build the soil while growing. Erosion control, timber products, fence posts, and makes excellent fire wood.
[10-15"]Hardwood with rounded head, dense green foliage that has serrated 3-5 lobed leaves. Smooth silvery bark becomes darker as the tree ages. Maturity at 70-100 feet. Maple syrup and furniture.
[12-24"]An excellent wet land plant which will grow in moist to swampy soils. Good for wildlife, reforestation, and wetlands.
[15-18"]Attractive shrub grown as a single tree, dense rounded, compact. Creamy white flowers, producing white berries. Tolerates moist or dry soils, sun or shady locations.
Everbearing/Day Neutral Seascape. Large, firm, flavorful berries. Very productive in North East.
1 Plant [12-18"]Early fruit from late bloom. Self-pollinating but will produce more fruit if another variety is nearby.
1 Plant [5-6']Standard pear up to 18' but you can prune to your liking. Pears like well draining light soil, like a sandy loam. If your soil is heavy clay, consider adding compost or moistened peat moss. They are self pollinating but produce more fruit if paired with another of the same kind.
NORTHEAST WILDFLOWER MIX
Northeast Wildflower Mix - 1/2 OZ
A mixture of 23 varieties of annual, biennial, and perennial wildflowers selected especially for the northeast. Colors include white, pink, gold, yellow, violet, red, orange, purple, blue, scarlet, and coral. 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.
Fall Brassica Blend - 1 Acre
Barkant Turnips, Barsica Rape, and Daikon Radish (2.5 lbs Turnips/Rape each and 1 lb Radish) Mix intended for mid-summer, early fall planting. Brassicas gain favor with deer when palatability increases significantly after a few frosts in the fall. Planting too early in the summer should be avoided if attractive forage is to be made available late in the year.
Premium Clover Blend - 1 Acre
blend of Premium Red, White, and Ladino clovers, suited to most sites in the northeast. Extreme wet or dry locations should be avoided. High-protein clovers are the underpinning to a complete foodplot system. (8 lbs.)
1 House Bluebirds are some of the most desirable cavity-nesting backyard birds, but they need a safe, attractive place to nest. These bluebird houses appeal to bluebirds and attract nesting bluebird pairs. Design may vary from picture shown
Wood duck boxes provide a man-made alternative, where hens can nest in relative safety from predators. The deployment of large numbers of nesting boxes can be used to help increase local or regional populations of wood ducks in areas where natural cavities are limited. Design may vary from pitcure shown