_Cucumber (Magnolia) Tree (Magnolia acuminata) Zone 2.    pots  4.00  June 2020 6-12"    $4.00 _Sub-Alpine Fir (Abies lasiocarpa) cover. Zone 2. Wintercreeper 2.25" pot 5.00 Crataegus macracantha Native A dense growing shrub with foliage like a wide Willow leaf. We are most happy to answer any questions about our plants and their culture in the nursery or landscape. _Post Oak (Quercus stellata) _Black Willow (Salix nigra) Slippery Elm is a fairly common medium-large tree, named for its mucilaginous inner bark. Salix exigua Large shrub with good show of male catkins, 1.75" long. Thuja occidentalis 'Holmstrup' Female trees produce large amounts of cottony seeds. _Coulter Pine (Pinus coulteri) tall. Pots 3.00 12-18” 4.00  Wafer-ash a good yellow fall color if not frosted. Chokecherry Zone 4.  Spicebush Zone 3. 2.25” pot 3.00 June 2020 Pine Trumpetcreeper Small bell flowers and bright red berries which ripen fully in the second spring here. _Tulip Tree (Liriodendron tulipifera) _American Sycamore (Plantanus occidentalis) _Slippery (Red) Elm (Ulmus rubra) _American Elm (Ulmus americana) _Winged Elm (Ulmus alata) _Siberian Elm (Ulmus pumila) _Lacebark (Chinese) Elm (Ulmus … Swamp Skunk Currant Good plant if birch borer is a problem with Paper Birch. flowers after the leaves have grown. A cross between M. liliflora and M. stellata with vase shaped purple/pink exterior, pink/white interior to the flowers. Low growing evergreen bog plant with blue green narrow leaves, small bell flowers. Cedar Elm. Quite hardy for us but a bit thorny. Zone 12"    4.50 Zone 4. Viburnum dentatum pubescens                       Downy Arrowwood Maturing to a small 35’ tall globe form tree. Native                             Rafinesque _European White Birch (Betula pendula) _Chinkapin Oak (Quercus muehlenbergii) _Yoshino Cherry (Prunus yedoensis) Good yellow to red fall Color. TERMS OF SALE Some will have good early red fall color. _Prairie Cascade Weeping Willow (Salix pentaphyllum "Prairie Cascade") Zone 3                 6'. Same form with reddish new leaves and red fall color. Yellow fall color. Native                                    Other common names: American elm, white elm, water elm, soft elm. Dogwood Pots 4.00 Next crop available fall 2020 Large majestic tree growing in the Mississsippi Bottomlands and hardy to southern Wisconsin. SWC 4.00 2.25" pot 5.00 _White Oak (Quercus alba) Velvety leaves and later ripening fruit. Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'                 PeeGee Hydrangea Zone 3. 4'. small yellow flowers .5" across, very fine texture all seasons and covered in tiny tan seed Not as fast growing as seed from more southern areas. Zone 4   6-8"   4.00 Sold out, Syringa oblata 'Cheyenne'         Cheyenne Lilac. Zone 2. Pyramidal tree to 40' with bright orange winter bark. Zone 4 RC 4.00, Tsuga Canadensis  Native                   Canadian Hemlock. Ours are from Illinois seed and may not produce filled nuts in the most northern locations in Zone 5 due Styrofoam-like berries. More open habit in youth, less Cotoneaster _Sweetbay Magnolia (Magnolia virginiana) Zone 3. 2021 Viburnum trilobum Native                         American Cranberry Zone 5. Viburnum rafinesquianum Cornus Very low tiny leaved evergreen which grows in wet moss soils in deep shade, bearing small white 2-4'. Zone 3. next crop available 20'. SWC 3.00 To 6'. 4.00, Early fragrant Lilac with red-purple blooms growing 8' tall. Azalea Lower limbs become massive. Small growing colonial native rose with few thorns. 'Southern Gentleman'    Southern Gentleman Winterberry Holly, A good male pollinator for 'Winter Red'. Aesculus parviflora serotina SE USA      Alabama Bottlebrush Leatherleaf 2020 Zone 3. Cliffgreen Late fall blooming species until very hard freeze. Early catkin bloom and edible nuts in September. Zone 5. Shade trees are the most sought after trees in the United States. Large tree, bark with long peeling straps, large edible nut, wetland species. Syringa r. 'Ivory Silk' _Amur North Privet (Ligustrum amurense) Prunus pumila Native                          Eastern Pine barrens species much like Prairie Willow, but growing larger. Allegheny Serviceberry Ulmus rubra, commonly called slippery elm, is a medium sized, coarse-textured, somewhat weedy, deciduous tree that typically grows to 40-60’ (less frequently to 100’) tall with a vase-shaped to broad-rounded crown.It is distinguished by its downy twigs, red-hairy buds (particularly noticable in winter) and slimy red inner bark (rubra … Buffaloberry Fine textured medium sized tree with ash-like leaves and creamy white flowers in large clusters in early summer. 2.25" pot 5.00 18” 5.00 Peach color flowers on a low growing shrub to 3' tall. Shining Willow Native                                           Large Oak with pyramidal shape when young. ripening. Zone 4. September with the fall color. Zone 5. The fall color is a very nice red. Apparently easily cultivated. Low growing wetland shrub, hairy red fruit. Shiny green leaf with white to tan 5-6' colonial shrub found in most fence rows in Wisconsin. Carpinus caroliniana Native                      American Hornbeam Thuja occidentalis 'Wareana Lutescens' Plugs 3.00 6-12” 4.00 A tall stately tree which from a distance appears much like a Shagbark Hickory. 2.5” pot 3.00 Zone 2      12-18"    5.00, Pinus banksiana Native              Jack Pine, Fast growing Pine mainly used for lumber production. Marsh and waters edge species with spires of clear pink flowers, leaves rich green above whitelower surface. Tolerant of most soils. Zone 3. 12-18"   6.00 Lonicera dioica Native                       Red Vine Honeysuckle Fall color is yellow-orange-red in combination. Crushed leaves have White flowers in early May, later producing 1-2" yellow red plums. Zone 4. Native                                       Clear yellow fall color. Sandcherry Zone 4. Bark of young plants a varnished tan, yellow tan in middle age, gray black and platty in old age. Zone 3. Please note: New harvest slippery elm seeds in stock as of 6/1/2020. We can provide either male or female plants. _Hybrid Poplar - Prairie Sky (Populus x canadensis "Prairie Sky") _Forsythia - Lynnwood Gold (Forsythia intermedia "Lynnwood") Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Native                           Prunus pennsylvanica Native                         Pin Fullest in good sun. Ulmus Rubra - Slippery Oak / Red Elm - Medicinal Tree! 6” 3.00 12" 4.00 Zone 4. REESEVILLE WI 53579 Large tree with dark green foliage, white racemes of bloom, and racemes of 1/3" black cherries. Salix chaenomeloides Japanese Pussy Willow Flowers creamy white to 10" and fragrant. Glossy green in summer, bronze in winter. Branches Often covered with fruit capsules and flowers after the leaves drop. Zone Zone  3, Divisions 4.00 The purpose of the program was to increase the public awareness of these valuable and irreplaceable trees, increase tree owners' awareness of the importance of trees… Large fine textured Willow, growing in most of our lowland areas. 1-1 1 year in propagation bed, 1 year as a transplant. Large yellow flowered species, 2" across. Magnolia macrophylla E Oak sterile soil sands. _Sandbar Willow (Salix interior) Always feel free to ask... _Ameri-Willow (Salix spp.) covered with 2" inflated bladders in fall and winter. Web Author: See the Catalog (http://www.cdr3.com/catalog) The fruits are best used in pies and muffins. Size more like M. kobus with flowers having more petals, 12 or more. Gray to red twigs in winter, red flowers in early spring before the leaves, red fruit while developing, brilliant yellow-orange-red-maroon fall color. SWC 3.00 June Salix alba 'Tristis'                           Golden Weeping Persimmon Zone 3. plugs 4.00 For fruiting in USDA Zone 5a or colder they require good deep snow What is slippery elm bark? Basket Oak Aristolochia tomentosa C USA                  Wooly Pipevine 6-12” 4.00 Female trees have 4-8" thick black pods which hang through Many decorative streelights are Dark red twigs. Always on wet acid soils here, although found on upland moist soil in the Applachians. maackii                                Smaller extremely drought tolerant shrub, blooms in zone 5 in the fall with small yellow flowers. Viburnum cassinoides Native                   Withrod Viburnum 2.5'. Trees more tolerant to high pH soils and have a more fibrous root than Q. macrocarpa. A large fast-growing river bottom tree. 50-60'. The tree is known for its dark brown to reddish brown bark and can reach a height of 60-80 … Hemisphere-shaped plants to 3' with blue green 6' shrub with deep lustrous green leaves, red fall color. Rhamnus alnifolia Native                       Alder Buckthorn _Harlequin Glory Bower (Clerodendrum trichotumum) Interesting purple-brown flowers in summer and globose tan fruits in winter. Nuts very bitter. Crataegus mollis Finer textured than most oaks, light tan bark, rich lustrous green leaves.  Pecan Cornus Zone 4.  American Elm Deep green leaves. USA                               Chinkapin Zone 2.25" Small plant in small plastic pot, generally these are the rarer more difficult plants for us to produce. Zone 5   Pots 6.00 _Silver Maple (Acer saccharinum) Weigela 'Red Prince' Light yellow-green new growth, smokey cream in winter. Cornus canadensis Native                          _Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra) Korean Spice Viburnum 6-12” 4.00 horizontalis                                  Orange-bark Willow _American Chestnut (Castanea dentata) Cutleaf Stephenandra Native                               Red sieboldii                                 Zone 5 3' shrub with lustrous deep green leaves, apple blossom pink bell flowers clustered at twig tips. mas                                                   Betula lenta E Pyrus _Norway Maple (Acer plantoides) Meadow Rose Creamy white bloom and blue fruit. _Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) Roots are able to fix nitrogen so growth is strong even on nearly Witchhazel Zone 6. _Star Magnolia "Waterlily" (Magnolia stellata "Waterlilly") unique centerpiece during the winter, with the 6-8' stems covered in short spines. Oak SWC    4.00 Next crop for June 2020 3' with orange yellow new leaves and orange red fall color. Beaked Hazelnut Medium height coarse branched tree with very large leaves. 12-18" 6.00 Low growing shrub of acid sandy soils. Has the interesting character of Found on dry prairie and Jack Pine savanna. Small rather open semi-evergreen tree with very fragrant white flowers. SWC 4.00 Syringa 'Miss Canada' Low colonial shrub of moist soil. Zone 5. 2.25" pot 4.00 Asimina triloba E USA                    Pawpaw Chionanthus retusus                       Chinese Fringetree Chestnut Wintergreen Viburnum _Bitternut Hickory (Carya cordiformis) 10' Zone 3. 2" pink flowers, red winter canes, red persistent fruits. Zone 4. Zone 4. 2.25" pot 3.00 June Pure butter yellow fall color. Gray bark covered with small plates. Native                             Common Zone 4. Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia E USA               Appleleaf Chokeberry Our native blackberry, arching thorny canes, white flowers and black fruit in late August. Fairly dense shrub with a mix of medium green and deep green leaves. 6-12" 3.00 12-18” 4.00 _Southern Red Oak (Quercus falcata) USA                                    6-12" 4.00 June Airy  Large Fothergilla Rosa palustris Zone 4. Will grow on the worst soils, Rhododendron prinophyllum (roseum) E USA                      Roseshell 25'. pseudo-sieboldianum                                _Sycamore Maple (Acer pseudoplantanus) 2.25" pot 4.00 Medium height tree with small leaves and greenish white flowers in early fall, winged seed in October. Female trees bear plum like yellow fruit at about 30 yrs of age, very foul smelling. Profuse black BB-sized fruit in large clusters in August and September. 18" Livestake 1.00 Zone 2. White globe flowers in mid-summer and round groups of terminal seed heads. Flower heads to more than 12" across. 3.50, Juglans cinerea Native                    Butternut, White Walnut Zone 2. Horizontal branching Hawthorn with glossy foliage, brick red fruit showy in fall. Listing for Ulmus (Elm) A group of larger trees, highly regarded for parks, avenues and properties where they are excellent for providing shade and protection for structures. Zone 3   pots 3.50 Spruce Viburnum trilobum 'Compactum' 3-6" 4.00 Ready in fall 2020 _Mockernut Hickory (Carya tomentosa) _Hybrid Poplar - Siouxland (Populus deltoides "Siouxland") Swamp White Oak Picea mariana Native                            Black Larger growing species, 60' or more, flowers much as the above species. SWC 3.00, Populus balsamifera Native                            All shipping Zone 5. Zone 6     Pots  Fall color red tones. Zone out of traffic.  American Redbud Creamy white flowers in early Honeysuckle Syringa 'Miss Kim' aliena                                   RC  5.00   pots  6.00 Next crop for Fall 2020, Taxus cuspidata 'Tauntoni'                     Taunton Japanese Yew, A very hardy spreading Japanese Yew, growing to 5' naturally. 3. 3-6” 4.00 Zone SWC 3.00 2.25" pot 3.50 Zone 4. 3.                                    Granted... there will be Chinkapin Oak Medium height vase-shaped form with fine textured branching. _Shumard Oak (Quercus shumardii) Diervilla lonicera Native                      Dwarf Bush -Honeysuckle Shrub Oak in the White Oak group, grows well in the Oak barrens, yellow-brown fall color, 6-8'     Zone 4               plug Elm Zone 3. Betula glandulifera Native                      Bog Birch RC 4.00 Fall, A dense bright green conical shape evergreen with great winter wind hardiness. Prunus Native                                         An American native groundcover with deciduous leaves and large bristled red fruit capsules. Plugs  3.00, Ulmus americana Native                            Zone 2. 2.25" pot 4.00 June 2020 Zone 4. Zone 3 2yr 4.00 Zone 4      12-18" 4.00 Deciduous tree … Bearberry _Pink Pussy Willow (Salix discolor "rosea") Rosa virginiana E USA                           Zone 3.  Star Magnolia Aesculus octandra E USA                   Yellow Buckeye Seems to do just fine here in Zone 4. Zone 3. 6-12" 3.00 Large graceful evergreen tree of the northwoods and ravines of southern Wisconsin. Very dense habit. Old wood adrift in white flower clusters in late spring. _Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata) May shipment. Willow This list is our retail price, purchases of quantities of 25 or more of a single variety will be at 60% of the list price each. White barked upright and narrow tree, will tolerate much drier and hot sites. Forms a dense wall as they age. Fall color yellow to burgundy. _Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) Salix humilus microphyllus Native                       Prairie Buxus sinica insularis x sempervirens Hybrid Boxwood Menispermum canadense Native                     Moonseed Vine New leaves purplish, nearly evergreen. _Italian Cypress (Cupressus sempervirens) 2.25" pot 3.00 June 2020 Zone 12" 4.00 6-12" 5.00 8'. Yellow fall color. Salix syrticola Zone 5. 12-18" 4.00 USA                                 Needs acid soil, very little summer sun. Bloom attracts honeybees as such a late season bloomer. Zone 4. Flowers are tiny pink white bells. Trees tend to have a pendulous fine branching and bright orange-red fall color. Tall coarse tree with narrower habit than C. bignonioides. Syringa reticulata                            Japanese 6-12"   4.00 Deciduous Azalea growing to 6’, Spring flowers white to pale pink, often with pink to red anthers. 4-5'. Viburnum Seed or cuttings from native Wisconsin plants or their offspring in our nursery Blueberry Arborvitae More robust grower to 4' with reddish new growth, somewhat reddish all season. SWC 4.00 6-12" 6.00 UNUSUAL BIRCHES Our native version of this high climbing vine, our selection with vivid red fall color. 6-12” 4.00 6'. A dense tall shrub in sunny sites, open in shady sites. Zone 4 pots  5.00 Ready in June 2020 Native                                       These often look more like White Oak with acorns falling at the time of Bur Oak. Ours are from a large tree in Milwaukee, WI, which is very hardy. Viburnum Good naturalizing shrub in wet meadows. 2.25” pot 3.00 Bright red cherry-sized fruit in late summer which are edible and make a fine Female trees loaded with .5" blue drupe fruits in groups of 1-3, ripening in Quercus lyrata E It grows best on moist soils in 4'. Eastern mountain species with profuse small bright yellow flowers.  Amur Chokecherry Selected by nurseryman Herbert Trautman after a brutal winter that damaged most American Arborvitae. One of the sterile types originally found in the wild with 4" wide flower heads on sturdy erect stems which do not topple in rain and wind. Gray green narrow leaves and small pink flowers in Zone 3. Tan seed clusters all winter. Zone Malus sargentii                             Sargent Branches covered with double white flowers in spring which can last several weeks if the weather stays cool. Generally more southern version of Silky Dogwood, 10', prefers moist sites, pale blue fruit. Small bright red fruit in the fall. Many people have asked about the plant-names. Useful in Moist cool summer regions and as a rootstock for Baumanii. 12" 4.00 2-3’ 5.00 6-12" 3.00 18” 4.00 6" 4.00 Zone 4. Orange to red fall color. Avoid high pH soils. 6-12” 4.00 Ready in June 2020 Tall fairly fast growing evergreen, green-blue foliage Zone 2 plugs 3.00 _Hedge Maple (Acer campestre) Zone 4. Zone 4. Tall colonial shrub, white flower in July, bright red fall color. Ulmus rubra has various traditional medicinal uses. Lonicera 'Dropmore Scarlet' Linnaea borealis  USA                      Twin-flower, Native pineland groundcover with bright green semi-evergreen leaves, the light pink flowers held above the foliage mat and look like miniature pair of bells. Rubus idaeus canadensis Nice narrow dense blue green foliage, red fall color. Native                                                Next crop for 2021 _Hollywood Juniper (Juniperus chinensis "Torulosa") Native                                 Large yet fine textured shrub that mounds upon itself to about 6-8'. Sambucus canadensis Native                         Yucca filamentosa E USA                     Adam's Needle Bark peeling. full sun. USA                                    Silver Maple 6-12” 6.00 Sold out Zone 3. Hamamelis virginiana Picea glauca Native                    White Spruce 3'. A slightly larger growing shrub which blooms 3-4 weeks later than the species. Zone 4, Divisions 4.00 Showy 1" pure white flowers in May and June followed by 1-4 jet black shiny seeds. Mid Height deciduous Azalea to 4’ tall, yellow fragrant flowers. This type subject to toppling in the wind if grown in an open site. Green foliage with a hint of gray, very aromatic when crushed. 2.5" pot   4.00 June _Red-Tip Photinia (Photinia fraserii) Zone 3  6-8"  4.00 Sold out Zone 3 RC 4.00 Ninebark Zone 3. Raspberry _Pignut Hickory (Carya glabra) Ground hugging spreading evergreen. USA                                Bear Russian Almond 6-12" 4.00 Leucothoe racemosa E USA  Ginkgo Needs acid soil and best in light shade. Zone 3. Prunus americana Native                         American Zone Dark tan winter seed capsules and cinnamon peeling bark. Viburnum Malus ioensis 10-12'. currant Zone 4. Reddish brown winter bark.  Ohio Buckeye _Honey Locust - Thornless (Gleditsia triacanthos "inermis") Viburnum dentatum ‘JN Select’                       Red Feather® Arrowwood Pretty peeling bark. 12” 4.00 2.25" pot 4.00 6-12" 4.00 Leucothoe recurva E. USA Mountain Leucothoe Plants are very tolerant of shade and Amorpha canescens _Flowering Crabapple (Malus coronaria), _Arbor Vitae (Thuja occidentalis) Gray bark with tight straps, very coarse branching form in winter. Shrubby Oak, growing on poor dry soils, fall color red to yellow, 8'. HWC Rooted hardwood cutting, year prior to sale Fast growing fairly wide tree which will form a colony. 12-18" 5.00 _Lombardy Theves Poplar (Populus nigra "Thevestina") Zone 3.12-18"    5.00 Round headed Ash also found rarely in wetlands in Southeastern Wisconsin. Slippery Elm Tree Seeds (Ulmus rubra) 30+Seeds Brand: SVI. Zone 4. _Giant Sequoia - Blue (Sequoiadendron giganteum "glauca") 2.25" pot 4.00 Viburnum Zone 5. Viburnum molle C Rosy red fruit pedicels remain colorful long after the fruit has been Native                               30'. Sandcherry Much like the above form. USA                             Red USA                              Seaside Hickory, Similar to Carya tomentosa found growing on rather dry sites. Creamy white flowers and white fruit. Zone 2. USA                                         Our native lowland Cranberry Viburnum. Zone 3    Oriental Catalpa Zone 4. pots    3.50 Weigela 'White Knight' Has been used for a nice hedge. Native                                           It was listed in the 1869 Catalogue of Simon-Louis, Metz, France, as Ulmus campestris rubra, and by Planchon in de Candolle's Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis (1873) as Ulmus libero-rubra… Willow. Rhus aromatica USA                           Fragrant Colorful Grows well in semi-shaded sites on acid soils. Mountain-ash Native                                Swamp Tall large tree with compound foliage and coarse branching. Plum Glossy narrow evergreen leaves with old Medium -large tree, small inedible nut is usually bitter, yellow fall color. 2.25" pot 4.00 The tree's Latin name is Ulmus rubra, and rubra in Latin means red. Blue green leaves and small Birch-like fruit catkins. pots 4.00, Pinus pungens E Zone 3. Viburnum opulus European                  Cranberry Viburnum Zone 4. Spiraea 'Grefscheim'                           Grefscheim 6-12" 3.00 18-24" 4.00, Amorpha nitens E USA                        Smooth Amorpha. Grows to 20'. Nyssa sylvatica E USA                       Black Tupelo Its best feature is the light tan "varnished" bark in all seasons. Spirea Fall color a good red. Tall shrub to 20' with an arching vase shape. tabuliformis                                          We have seen very nice specimens trimmed into large oval globes. 2.25" pot 4.00 Maleberry Perhaps its showiest time is fall when they are full of 4-6" pink cylindrical fruits which are Evergreen. Raccoon Grape grows naturally in river wetlands Rhododendron _American Elm (Ulmus americana) Fruits used for jams and fruit pies. _Moosewood Maple (Acer pennsylvanicum) Dwarf Hackberry 3. Foliage with a fuzzy underside and yellow fall color. Our seed is from the original 'Whitespire'. SWC Rooted softwood cutting, summer prior to sale Small shrubby tree, here to the size of a large Lilac. Flaky plates on the bark add winter character. When in shade the plants have horizontal branching and much character. Rhododendron schlippenbachii                           Royal 12'. 8'. Moist to dry acidic soils in full sun. Cornus racemosa Zone 2. Elderberry Rosa blanda Very useful in sunny hedges. 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