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Shade Trees

Sugar Maple Sugar Maple - Acer saccharum - Z3. Grows to 50'-100'. Also called Rock Maple, valued for shade, syrup, and lumber. Beautiful yellow, gold, scarlet, and crimson fall color. Shade tolerant. 3'-5' bare-root plants. Maine Native
$20.00
River Birch River Birch - Betula nigra - Z4. Grows to 60'-80' x 40-60. A highly prized ornamental with attractive bark and dark green foliage. Birds eat the seeds and deer browse the foliage. Fast growing and trouble free. Prefers moist soil.
$17.50
American LInden American Linden - Tilia americana - Z3. Grows to 60-80' x same. A.K.A. Basswood. Tall stately tree with sweetly fragrant flowers that attract bees. Yellow fall foliage. Full sun or partial shade. ME grown. 2-3 bare-root plants. Maine Native
$14.50

Ornamental Trees

Amur Maple Amur Maple Acer ginnala - Z2. Grows to 15'-18'. Small graceful multi-stemmed tree with glossy green foliage that turns red and yellow in the fall. Bees love the fragrant creamy-white flowers. Full sun to partial shade.
$14.50
Pagoda Dogwood Pagoda Dogwood - Cornus alternifolia - Z3. Grows to 20' x 35'. Small tree or large multi-stemmed shrub with fragrant white flower clusters in mid/late spring, Dark blue berries in midsummer. Berries eaten by birds and other wildlife. Prefers partial shade, leaves reddish-purple in the fall. 9"-32" bare-root plants. Maine Native
$15.50
Allegheny Serviceberry Allegheny Serviceberry - Amelanchier laevis - Z2. Grows to 20'-40' x 15'-20'. A.K.A. Shadbush. Orange-bronze unfolding leaves in the spring followed by pendulous white blossoms and dark-purple berries. 18-30 bare-root plants. Maine Native
$14.50

     
 

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