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Conifer Transplant Variety Package

Will Ship Spring 2024

Plant Type: Evergreen, bare-root

Zones: 3-6

In this package, you receive 5 of each of the following:

Additional details are listed below

$127.95
3-6

Conifer Transplant Variety Package

The Conifer Transplant Variety Package consists of 20 total conifer transplants. The transplants included in this package are older, taller and have a larger biomass than their seedling counterparts. These larger conifer transplants have well developed root systems and by planting an older tree, you get a head start. Please refer to individual product pages for specific information about each of the plants included in this package.  All packages are heavily discounted over what you would pay for these species on their own at this quantity.  No substitution requests please. 

In this package, you receive 5 of each of the following dormant, bare-root:

*While unlikely, on discounted package specials we reserve the right to substitute different species and sizes in the event of a crop shortage.

 

Product Questions

It says these trees are older. About how big are they?
Question by: Nancy Hanks on Feb 25, 2020, 8:07 PM
They are the 4 year transplant size . Norway spruce 15-24", White Pine 10-18", Red Pine 9-15", White Spruce 15-24" Being a natural product sizing will vary each year.
Answer by: Administrator on Feb 26, 2020, 11:11 AM
Are these tree good for zone 8 ?
Question by: Connie Willamor on Mar 15, 2020, 5:37 PM
Hello, these trees are not recommended to plant in zone 8.
Norway spruce zone 2-7
White pine zone 3-8
Red pine zone 2-6
White spruce zone 2-6
Answer by: Administrator on Mar 16, 2020, 10:46 AM
On the Conifer package, any way we can substitute Blue Spruce for the Red Pine?
Question by: Ann VanLinge on Mar 28, 2020, 12:51 PM
Our Variety Package Specials are offered at a significant discount. We do not allow customer substitutions on packages. While unlikely, on discounted package specials, we reserve the right to substitute different species and sizes in the event of a crop shortage.
Answer by: Administrator on Mar 29, 2020, 12:53 PM