Time release fertilizer tablets help provide extra nutrients for young trees to enhance growth and root development. Recommended 1 tablet per tree. (2 tablets for XL trees.)
Tree Planting Bar
36" tall tree planting bar with a 3"x10" blade designed to spade in seedlings.
Tree Planting Gel/Root Dip (1 oz.)
Planting gel is easy to use and helps retain moisture at the root in dry weather. Mix the planting gel with water and dip tree roots in the solution. 1 oz. treats approximately 750 seedlings.
Trees Planted Sign
8"x10" aluminum sign with wording "Trees Planted, Keep Off".
The Trumpet Vine is a deciduous vine found in thickets, dry woods, railroads and long fencerows. Vines should be thinned throughout the groFew shrubs are easier to grow than ninebark. This North American native tolerates an array of weather conditions and is largely left alone by animal pests. Newer selections bear foliage in bold shades of purple and gold. It may suffer from powdery mildew, especially during extended periods of wet weather but is otherwise virtually carefree. The common name comes from the bark, which continually molts in thin strips, exposing a new layer of bark, as if it had “nine lives”.
Plastic tree protector that comes in 36" or 48" tall variants. Vented Miracle Tubes are a 4"+/- diameter translucent tube designed to slip over trees for long term protection from animals and outside elements for better survivability. Requires 1 wooden stake for support. Stakes sold separately.
The White Cedar is a medium-sized conifer. It was given the name Nokomis Giizhig by the Ojibwa, meaning Grandmother Cedar and was often the subject of scared legends. The Witch Tree, which still stands today, is growing out of a cliff face on Lake Superior in Minnesota. This was first described by a French explorer in 1731.
White oaks are a large tree usually growing in forests with other oaks, but can also be found on edges of lakes, ponds and streams. Leaves will often stay on the branches of younger trees in the winter.
The White Pine was given the official title of Michigan State’s Tree on March 4, 1955. Also known as a soft pine, they were referred to the “Tree of Peace” by Iroquois and Ojibway, Zhingwaak. Most often planted for timber production, borders and wildlife habitat.
White Birch has a nice narrow, pyramidal size and a chalky white bark that looks great all season long. The leaves rustle in the wind. They are popular and resistant to attacks by insect pests. The challenge is to select a growing site where the soil will remain cool and moist, but where the tree will also receive full sunshine on its leaves for much of the day.