Our Trees

We have a full selection of evergreen nursery stock and mulch. Scroll down to find the perfect trees for your home or business.

Pine trees

RED PINE

WHITE PINE

 
  • Norway Pine/Red Pine

  • White Pine

Red Pines, or commonly called Norway Pines, are native to our area. They grow tall and straight and their needles are long, brittle and a dark green color. Norway's do well in sandy, well-drained soil. They need full sun, do well in windy sites and they tolerate poor growing conditions such as dry, sandy or rocky soil.

Northern White Pines are fast growing and prefer sandy, loamy soil. White pines like a lot of water on a well-drained site in full sun. Their needles are soft, majestic and medium green. They are resistant to most diseases and extreme weather conditions. These trees have soft, gentle needles about 3 to 5 inches long.

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spruce trees

COLORADO BLUE

BLACK HILLS SPRUCE

 

  • Colorado Blue Spruce
  • Colorado Green Spruce
  • Black Hills Spruce
  • White Spruce
  • Norway Spruce

Colorado Blue Spruce is a broad, pyramidal tree and a choice specimen for any landscape. This is an extremely durable tree for municipal plantings, parks, churches, and front yards. Colorado’s are perfect in shape and there is virtually no deer damage. They prefer moist areas, but are the most draught tolerant of all the spruces. They are generally not fast growing.

Black Hills Spruce is a naturally occurring variety of White Spruce and they are a slower grower than a Colorado Spruce.  Large, dense pyramidal trees, they have short, medium- to dark-green needles. These trees thrive in moist, loamy soil. 

White Spruce is very similar to the Black Hills Spruce but has a slightly lighter color.

Norway Spruce is an attractive, pyramid evergreen and the fastest growing of all the spruce trees. It has a unique emerald green color. It is an excellent windbreak tree for screening, and looks best when planted with other evergreens.

fir trees

DOUGLAS FIR

 

FRASER FIRS

BALSAM FIR

  • Fraser Fir
  • Douglas Fir
  • Balsam Fir
  • Black Fir

Douglas Firs have soft, dark green needles that are approximately one inch long. They are a rapid growing, hardy, dense evergreen that grows well in a variety of soils. They make splendid hedgerows and they are outstanding specimens for front yard landscapes.

Fraser Firs are uniformly pyramid shaped evergreen trees, with upswept branches that give these trees a compact appearance. They are commonly used as the perfect, unsheared Christmas tree. Their short, flat needles are dark green on the top and silver underneath. No evergreen looks better in a snowy winter setting. This tree likes sandy, loamy acidic soil. Fraser's are quite similar to Balsam firs except they have a more perfect profile.

 

Balsam Fir trees have short, flat medium green needles. They grow well in a wide variety of soils and tolerate some shade. They will grow well under a canopy of pines and assorted leaf bearing trees. Balsam's are similar to Fraser's in looks and fragrance and are often used as a premier Christmas tree.

 

Black Fir trees have short, flat needles, medium- to light-green. They tolerate damp soil very well, but also do well in dry sandy soil. This tree adds a unique color and texture to your evergreen grouping, with medium to fast growth rates.

cedar trees

CEDAR

  • Northen White or Eastern Red Cedar

Northern White Cedars grow nearly everywhere in Wisconsin. They have small, relatively compact, flat, aromatic foliage. Groupings of these trees make an outstanding, dense, natural fence.

The Eastern Red Cedar is not a true cedar, but actually a Juniper tree. It also grows naturally everywhere in Wisconsin. In the winter they are loaded with bluish purple berries that the Wisconsin birds love. They also make a wonderful wind break or fence.

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