shoreline trees

Larix laricina
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Tamarack trees are an example of deciduous conifers-trees that lose their needles in the autumn and grow new ones in the spring. These trees have blueish-gray needles that turn yellow before falling...
$4.50
Abies balsamea
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
The balsam fir is a true conical conifer. Creates a solid barrier, plant for privacy. Photo by Veirs, S., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. www.botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Prunus serotina
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Black cherry trees produce small white flowers in the spring, then dark red cherries in the fall months. The bark on adult trees is dark and flaky, resembling burnt corn flakes. Berries are a...
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Acer rubrum
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
A truly Canadian tree! Leaves turn red in the fall. Loves water, don't plant close to septics. Photo by Seelig, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Betula alleghaniensis
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Silver, shimmery bark, can handle shallow soils. Photo by Howard, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Tsuga canadensis
Shoreline
Type: Tree
The Eastern Hemlock grows in moist, cool areas of southern Ontario. It is wide at the base and tapered at the top, giving it a conical appearance. This species is very shade tolerant.    Photo by...
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Thuja occidentalis
Shoreline
Type: Tree
The Eastern white cedar is a small tree that grows well in swampy areas. Because of it's size, it also makes great hedging and can live for up to 200 years! Minimum order of 5trees. Photo by Howard,...
$4.50
Betula papyrifera
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Iconic hardwood tree, best known for traditional in construction of canoes and wigwams.  Young bark reddish brown changing to familiar white.  Food for many native mammals and birds. Tolerant of many...
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Picea glauca
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
The white spruce is a common northern-climate tree that has blueish-tinged needles. These trees are commonly grown as Christmas trees and can live for up to 350 years. The bark, branches, buds and...
$4.50