J.G. AKERBOOM NURSERIES, INC. FALL 2015/SPRING 2016 PRICE LIST & AVAILABILITY

 

                One and Two Year Seedlings and Seedling Transplants

Seedling prices listed are at the 1000 rate.  Quantities per item of 500 earn the 1000 rate.

Less than 500 add $0.15.  Less than 100 ad $0.25.  Transplant prices are for 250 up.  Less than 250 ad $0.25.  Less than 100 add $0.50. 

 

 

Acer palmatum (Small Seed) – Green Japanese Maple:  Used both as a species tree and as the primary rootstock for grafting Japanese Maple varieties.  Small seed is typical of the species.  Seed Source:  New Jersey

2 year seedlings (grafting grade):                 3/16-1/4” cal.   $0.85         1/4-3/8” cal.   $0.95

 

Amelanchier laevis – Allegheny Serviceberry: Grown as a species plant.   Native.  Seed source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”   $0.80      18-24” $0.95        24-30”  $1.10

 

Aronia arbutifolia ‘Brilliantissima’ – Red Chokeberry: Comes fairly true from seed.  Brilliant red fall color and red fruits.   Native . Seed source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”   $0.70      18-24” $0.85

1-1 transplants:                   24-30”  $3.25       30-36”  $3.75

 

Aronia melanocarpa – Black Chokeberry:  Grown as a species plant.  Widely used in reforestation/wetland plantings.  High anti-oxidant fruits.  Native.  Seed Source:  New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.70       18-24”  $0.85       24-30”  $1.00

1-1 transplants:                   24-30”  $3.25       30-36”  $3.75

 

Asimina triloba – Pawpaw:  Grown as a species plant.  Found in the understory of woodland areas.  Produces large edible fruits that are highly desirable to wildlife.  Seed source: Missouri

1 year seedlings:                 2-4”  $0.70           4-8”  $0.85

2 year seedlings:                 SOLD OUT

 

Betula nigra – River Birch:  Grown as a species tree.  Native tree with attractive peeling bark.  Can be grown in wet or dry sites.  Seed Source: New York

1-2 transplants:                   3-  $3.50            4-5’  $4.00

 

Betula papyrifera – Pager Birch:  Grown as a species tree.  Native tree with attractive white peeling bark.  Grows throughout Canada and northern states in the US.  Seed Source: Pennsylvania

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90

 

Carpinus betulus – European Hornbeam:  Used primarily as a rootstock for grafting, but also grown as a species tree.  Seed source: New Jersey. 

1-1 Transplants:                 8-12”  $2.25        12-18” $2.75

 

Carpinus caroliniana – American Hornbeam: Used as a rootstock for grafting, but also grown as a species tree.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 8-12” $0.60         12-18” $0.75        18-24”  $ 0.90     

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.25       30-36”  $1.50

1-2 transplants:                   18-24”  $3.00       2-3’  $3.50            3-4’  $4.00           

 

Carpinus japonicus – Japanese Hornbeam:  Used as a rootstock for grafting, or grown as a species tree.  Handsome slow growing tree (15-25') with small pleated birch like leaves.  Seed source:  New Jersey.

2 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $1.00       18-24”  $1.25       24-30”  $1.50      

 

Ceanothus americanus – New Jersey Tea:  Native shrub that exists in dry woodland areas.  Native.  Seed source: Wisconsin

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.85           8-12”  $1.00         12-18”  $1.25

 

Cedrus deodara – Himalayan Cedar: Used as a rootstock for grafting or grown as a species tree.

  Seed source: India

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.50           8-12”  $0.65

2 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.90       18-24”  $1.00

 

Celtis occidentalis – Common Hackberry:  Grown as a species tree.  Used primarily in native and reforestation plantings.  Native.  Seed source:  Missouri. 

2 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.85         12-18”  $1.00      

 

Cercis canadensis – Canadian Redbud: Used as a rootstock for budding or grown as a species tree.  Native.  Seed source: Missouri

2 year seedlings:                18-24” $1.00        2-  $1.25            3-4’  $1.50

 

Cladrastis lutea/kentukea – American Yellowwood:  A vase shaped spreading native tree with dark green foliage and beautiful white spring flowers.  Grown as a species tree or used as an understock for budded varieties.  Native.  Seed source:  Missouri

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.70           8-12” $0.85          12-18” $1.00       

 

Cornus alternifolia – Pagoda Dogwood.  Small flowering tree that is native to the Eastern US.  Has distinctive tiered/layer branch structure.  Native.  Seed source:  Missouri.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.70       18-24”  $0.85

 

Cornus ammomum – Silky Dogwood.  Multi-stem shrub that is commonly found around fresh water streams and ponds.  White flowers in the spring and purple fruits in the fall.  Native.  Seed source:  Missouri.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.70       18-24”  $0.85

 

Cornus florida – White Flowering Dogwood: Used as a rootstock for budding or grown as a species tree.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.70        18-24” $0.85       

 

Cornus kousa var. chinensis – Chinese Dogwood: Used as a rootstock for grafting or budding or grown as a species tree.   Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.75        18-24” $0.90        24-30”  $1.20

2 year seedlings:                 2-  $2.00            3-4’  $2.50                           

 

Cornus mas – Cornelian Cherry:  Used as a rootstock for budding or grown as a species tree.  Outstanding ornamental tree that fruits heavily and attracts wildlife.  Seed source:  Missouri.

2 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.85       18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.25

 

Cornus racemosa – Gray Dogwood:  Multi-stem shrub found in woodlands and along fresh water streams and ponds.  Used widely in reforestation/mitigation plantings.  Native.  Seed source:  Missouri.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.70        18-24” $0.85

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $0.90       24-30” $1.10        30-36” $1.25       

 

Cornus sericea – Red Osier Dogwood:  Multi stem shrub found in woodlands and along fresh water streams and ponds.  Used widely in reforestation/mitigation plantings.  Native.  Seed Source:  Missouri.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.70       18-24” $0.85

 

Cotinus coggygria autropurpurea – Purple Smoketree: Large shrub or small tree with purple leaves and reddish colored flowers.  Native to Europe.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $0.85       18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.25 

 

Diospyros virginiana – American Persimmon:  Native fruiting shade tree.  Sweet fruits attract wildlife.  Tolerates salt spray.   Seed Source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedling:                  12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90

 

Fagus grandifolia – American Beech:  Grown as a species tree.  Becomes an elegant and large specimen tree after many years.  Native.  Seed Source:  Indiana.

2 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $1.00         12-18”  $1.50       18-24”  $2.00      

 

Fagus sylvatica – European Beech: Used as a rootstock for grafting or grown as a species tree.      Seed source: Europe

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.70           8-12”  $0.85

2 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $1.00         12-18”  $1.50       18-24”  $2.00      

 

Franklinia alatamaha – Franklin Tree: Small flowering tree that has fragrant white flowers in late summer/early fall.  Excellent fall color.  Once native to USA but now extinct in the wild.      Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $1.50           8-12”  $1.75        12-18”  $2.00

                 

Hamamelis vernalis – Vernal Witchhazel: Used as a species plant.  Not suitable as a rootstock.  Flowers in early spring.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 8-12” $0.70          12-18”  $0.85      

2 year seedlings:                 SOLD OUT

 

Hamamelis virginiana – Common Witchhazel: Used as a species plant or as a rootstock for budding cultivars.  Flowers in mid to late Autumn.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                  8-12”  $0.75        12-18”  $0.90      

2 year seedlings:                 12-18”  $1.00       18-24”  $1.25       24-30”  $1.50

 

Ilex verticillata – American Winterberry:  Grown as a species plant.  Wetland shrub with attractive red winter fruits.  Native.  Seed Source:  New Jersey.

2 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.85         12-18” $1.00        18-24” $1.25

 

Juniperus virginiana – Eastern Red Cedar: Grown as a species plants…and occasionally as an understock for cultivars.  Thrives in poor soil conditions. Salt tolerant.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey. 

1 year seedlings:                 2-4” $0.40            4-8” $0.55

2 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.60           8-12”  $0.75         12-18”  $0.90

 

Lindera benzoin – Spicebush: Grown as a species plant. Fragrant leaves and attractive red fruits.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.80         12-18”  $0.95       18-24” $1.10

 

Liquidambar styraciflua – Sweetgum:  Grown as a species plant or used as rootstock for budded varieties.  Native.  Seed source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12” $0.60          12-18” $0.75        18-24”  $0.90

 

Magnolia acuminata – Cucumber Tree:  One of the largest and most cold hardy Magnolias.  Used for budding cultivars or grown as a species tree.  Native.  Seed Source: West Virginia

1 year seedlings:                 4-8” $1.00            8-12” $1.25          12-18” $1.50

1-1 transplants:                   4-8” $2.00            8-12” $2.25          12-18” $2.75

 

Magnolia kobus -  Kobushi Magnolia :  Native to Japan.  Used for budding cultivars or grown as a species tree.  Seed Source: New Jersey

2 year seedlings:                 Ό” – 3/8” cal.   $1.50         3/8”-5/16” cal.  $1.75

 

Magnolia viginiana -  Sweetbay Magnolia :  Used for budding cultivars or grown as a species tree.  Has attractive glossy green/blue foliage with white flowers in summer and red fruits in fall.  Native.  Seed Source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.75           8-12”  $0.90        

 

Myrica (Morella) cerifera – Southern Waxmyrtle: Grown as a species plant.  Salt tolerant shrub found along the seashore from New Jersey to Texas.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 4-8” $0.65           8-12” $0.80          12-18”   $0.95

 

Myrica (Morella) pennsylvanica – Northern Bayberry: Grown as a species plant.  Salt tolerant shrub found along the seashore from Maryland to Maine.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 4-8” $0.65           8-12” $0.80          12-18”   $0.95

 

Nyssa sylvatica – Tupelo/ Blackgum:  Grown as a species plant or used as a rootstock for budded varieties.  Native to eastern and central North America.  Seed source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18” $0.75        18-24” $0.90

 

Prunus maritima – Beach Plum:  Grown as a species plant for native plantings or fruit collection.  Sweet dark purple fruit.  Native from coastal Maine to Virginia. Very saltwater tolerant.   Seed Source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.85        18-24” $1.00        24-30” $1.25

 

Prunus maritima (Gold Fruit) – Beach Plum:  Same as regular Beach Plum above, except the seed source is from gold fruit producing plants instead of purple.   Seed Source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.85        18-24” $1.00        24-30” $1.25

 

Prunus serotina – Black Cherry:  Grown as a species plant for native plantings.  Seed Source: Native New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.65        18-24” $0.80        24-30” $0.95

 

Quercus alba – White Oak:  Grown as a species plant.  Native.  Seed Source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 4-8”  $0.65           8-12”  $0.80         12-18”  $0.95

 

Rhus copallinum – Winged Sumac:  Small colonizing tree native to Eastern US and Canada.  Used as an ornamental or for native plantings.  Heavy fruit sets attract wildlife.  Native.  Seed Source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedling:                                  12-18”  $0.85       18-24”  1.00         24-30”  $1.25      

 

Rosa palustris – Swamp Rose:  A small native rose shrub that commonly grows along fresh water lakes and streams that will thrive in standing water. Native.  Seed Source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90

 

Rosa rugosa ‘Alba’– White Rugosa Rose: Grown as a species plant.   Salt tolerant . Seed source: Japan

1-1 transplants:                   18-24” $2.75       24-30”  $3.25

 

Rosa rugosa ‘Pink’– Pink Rugosa Rose: Grown as a species plant.   Salt tolerant . Seed source: Japan

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60        12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.20       30-36”  $1.50

1-1 transplants:                   18-24”  $2.75       24-30”  $3.25

 

Rosa virginiana – Virginia Rose/Prarie Rose:  Shrub type rose used along the sea shore for dune stabilization, marsh plantings, and in landscapes.  Salt tolerant.  Native.  Seed source:  Massachusetts.

2 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.95        18-24” $1.10        24-30”  $1.25

1-1 transplants:                   24-30”  $2.25       30-36”  $2.50      

 

Styrax obassia – Fragrant Snowbell:  Native to China and Japan, a moderately growing tree that blooms heavily with fragrant white flowers in late spring.  Seed Source:  New Jersey

2 year seedling:                  12-18”  $1.25       18-24”  $1.50       24-30”  $2.00

 

Syringa vulgaris – Common Lilac: Multi-stem flowering shrub with purple blooms.  Native.  Seed Source: Pennsylvania

2 year seedlings:                 8-12” $0.60          12-18” $0.75

 

Tilia cordata – Little Leaf Linden: Used primarily as a rootstock for budding.  Our seedlings have good caliper and excellent root systems.   Seed source: Europe. 

1 year seedlings:                 Ό” $0.75              3/8” $0.85            7/16” $1.00

 

Viburnum carlesii – Koreanspice Viburnum:  Grown as a species plant.   Showy fragrant white flowers in spring.   Covered in clusters of red-black fruits in late summer and early fall which attract wildlife.  Native to Korea and Japan.   Red fall color.  Seed source:  New Jersey.

1-2 transplants:                   SOLD OUT         

 

Viburnum cassinoides – Witherod Viburnum:  Grown as a species plant.  Native to Northeastern part of North America.   Very similar to Viburnum nudum, but more cold hardy.  Showy fragrant white flowers in spring.   Covered in clusters of pink-blue-black fruits in late summer and early fall which attract wildlife.   Red fall color.  Seed source: Nova Scotia

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.65         12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90      

 

Viburnum dentatum – Arrowwood Viburnum:  Grown as a species plant.   Showy non-fragrant white flowers in spring.   Covered in clusters of blue-black fruits in late summer and early fall which attract wildlife.  Native.  Seed source:  New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18” $0.75       18-24” $0.90       

                                               

Viburnum dilitatum – Linden Viburnum: Grown as a species plant.  Bright red clusters of fruits in the fall with beautiful fall colors of burgundy, red, purple.  Native to Europe.  Seed source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 12-18” $0.75        18-24”  $0.90

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.20

 

Viburnum prunifolium – Blackhaw Viburnum:  Grown as a species plant.  Showy creamy white flowers, followed yellow fruits which turn blue-black and attract birds.   Native.  Seed source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90

1-1 transplants:                   8-12”  $2.00         12-18”  $2.50

 

Viburnum setigerum – Tea Viburnum: Grown as a species plant.  Produces yellow/orange fruits.     Seed source: New Jersey

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.60         12-18”  $0.75       18-24” $0.90

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.25       30-36”  $1.50

 

Viburnum trilobum ‘Wentworth’ – American Cranberrybush Viburnum: Grown as a species plant.  Produces large red fruits.  Fast growing.  Native.  Seed source: New Jersey.

1 year seedlings:                 8-12” $0.60          12-18”  $0.75       18-24”  $0.90      

2 year seedlings:                 18-24”  $1.00       24-30”  $1.25       30-36”  $1.50

 

Zelkova serrata – Japanese Zelkova: Grown as a species plant or as a rootstock for grafting cultivars. Seed source: Japan

1 year seedlings:                 8-12”  $0.50         12-18”  $0.65       18-24”  $0.80

2 year seedlings:                 18-24” $1.00        24-30”  $1.25       30-36”  $1.50

 

                                               


 

Ornamental Transplants

 

Buxus ‘Winter Gem’ – ‘Winter Gem’ Boxwood: Heavy, well rooted plants.

1 year transplants:             8-12”  $2.25                        

 

Forsythia ‘Lynwood Gold’ – Lynwood Gold Forsythia: Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched.  

1 year transplants:             30-36”  $2.50

 

Ilex verticillata ‘Winter Red’ – Winter Red American Winterberry: Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched. 

1 year transplants:             SOLD OUT

 

Ligustrum ovulifolium – California Privet: Transplanted from cuttings.  Full body plants.   

1 year transplants:             12-18” $2.25        18-24” $2.50        24-30”  $3.00      

 

Thuja occidentalis ‘Nigra Dark Green’ – Dark American Arborvitae:  Heavy, well rooted plants.  This strain produces much less seed than the traditional ‘Nigra’ on the market.

1 year transplants:             8-12”  $1.75         12-15” $2.00

2 year transplants:             18-24”  $2.50

 

Thuja plicata ‘Green Giant’ – Green Giant Arborvitae:  Heavy plants.  All cuttings selected from upper terminals to produce straight, single stem plant. 

1 year transplants:             8-12”  $2.00         12-18”  $2.50

 

Viburnum ‘Alleghany’ – Alleghany Viburnum: Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched.

1 year transplants:             SOLD OUT

 

Viburnum ‘Burkwoodi’ – Burkwoodi Viburnum: Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched.

1 year transplants:             12-18” $2.50        18-24” $3.00

2 year transplants:             18-24”  $3.00       24-30”  $3.50

 

Viburnum ‘Mariesii’ – Mariesii Doublefile Viburnum:  Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched.

1 year transplants:             12-18” $2.50        18-24” $3.00

 

Viburnum ‘Shasta’ -   Shasta Doublefile Viburnum:  Transplanted from cuttings.  Well branched.

1 year transplants:             12-18” $2.50        18-24”  $3.00

 

 

Note: Prices shown for transplants are for quantities of 250 or more per variety.   All orders for less than 250 per variety add $0.25 per plant.

                                      

                                     

                                     


 

Grafted Ornamentals:

 

Abies – True Firs (All grafted onto Abies firma rootstocks for superior hardiness)

Spring graft:  7.50             Quart: $10.00      1 Gallon: $15.00

                               

alba – Silver Fir

                                                ‘Pendula’

 

koreana – Korean Fir

                                                ‘Aurea’

                                                ‘Silberlocke’

 

pinsapo – Spanish Fir  

                                                ‘Aurea’

                                                ‘Glauca’

 

Acer  - Maples           

                        japonicum -  Fullmoon Maple

Spring graft: $6.00            Quart: $9.00        1 Gallon: $12.00

 

‘Aconitifolium’

                               

                       palmatum – Japanese Maple (additional cultivars upon request)

Spring graft: $4.65            Quart: $7.50        1 Gallon: $10.50

                                               

‘Bloodgood’

‘Butterfly’

‘Emperor 1’

‘Fireglow’

‘Moon Fire’

                                                ‘Orido nishiki’

                                                ‘Sango kaku’

                                                ‘Shishigashira’

 

       palmatum dissectum – Laceleaf Japanese Maples

Spring graft: $4.85            Quart: $8.00        1 Gallon: $12.00

                                               

‘Crimson Queen’

‘Garnet’

‘Germaines Gyration’ (‘Contorta’) 

‘Inaba shidare’

‘Orangeola’

‘Tamukeyama’

‘Viridis’

‘Waterfall’

                               

                 shirasawanum – Full Moon Maple

Spring graft: $7.00            Quart: $10.00      1 Gallon: $15.00

 

‘Aureum’

 

Spring graft: $4.65            Quart:$ 7.50        1 Gallon: $10.50

Chamaecyparis Grafts – False Cypresses

Spring graft: $4.65            Quart: $7.50        1 Gallon: $10.50

 

                    nootkatensis – Alaskan Cedar

                                                ‘Glauca’

                                                ‘Glauca Pendula’

                                                ‘Green Arrow’

                                                ‘Pendula’

                                                ‘Strict Weeping’

                                                ‘Van den Aker’

                                                ‘Wells Pendula’

 

 obtusa - Hinoki cypress

                                                ‘Aurea Nana’

‘Cripsii’

                                                ‘Fernspray Gold’

                                                ‘Filiocoides’

                                                ‘Gimborne’s Beauty’

                                                ‘Gracilis’

                                                ‘Gracilis Compacta’

                                                ‘Nana Gracilis’

                                                ‘Magnifica’

                                                ‘Rigid Dwarf’

                                                ‘Tetragonia Aurea’

 

 

Juniperus Grafts – Upright Junipers

Spring graft: $4.35            Quart Liner: $6.50            1 Gallon $8.50

 

           chinensis - Chinese Junipers

                ‘Blue Point’

‘Hetzii Columnaris’

                ‘Keteleeri’

                ‘Mountbatten’

                ‘Robusta Green’

                ‘Torulosa’

 

                                virginiana – Eastern Red Cedar

                ‘Burkii’

                ‘Emerald Sentinel’

                ‘Glauca’

                ‘Manhattan Blue’

                       

Picea Grafts - Spruces

Spring graft: $4.65            Quart Liner: $7.50            1 Gallon $10.50

 

   abies – Norway Spruce

                ‘Cupressina’

                ‘Formanek’

                ‘Frohburg’

‘Inversa Pendula’

 

glauca – White Spruce

                ‘Pendula’

 

                           omorika – Serbian Spruce

                ‘Berliner’s Weeping’

                ‘Nana’

                ‘Pendula’

                ‘Pendula Bruns’

                ‘Riverside’

 

                         orientalis – Oriental Spruce

                ‘Atrovirens’

                ‘Aurea Spicata’

                ‘Gowdy’

                ‘Nigra Compacta’

                ‘Nutans’

                ‘Pendula’

‘Skylands’

 

                          pungens – Colorado Blue Spruce

                ‘Fat Albert’

                ‘Glauca Pendula’

                ‘Globosa’

                ‘Hoopsii’

                ‘Iseli’s Fastigiate’

                ‘R.H. Montgomery’

                ‘Walnut Glen’

               

Pinus Grafts -  Pines

Spring graft: $4.65            Quart Liner: $7.50*          1 Gallon $11.50*

* Note:  For Pinus densiflora varieties, $5.00 each.  For Pinus wallichiana ‘Zebrina’, $7.50 each.

 

                          bungeana – Lacebark Pine             

                                                ‘Bungeana’

                                                ‘Rowe Arboretum’

                                                ‘Temple Gem’

                               

cembra – Swiss Stone Pine

                                                ‘Glauca’

                               

        densiflora* – Japanese Red Pine

                                                ‘Aurea’

                                                ‘Jane Kluis’

                                                ‘Low Glow’

‘Oculus Dragonis’

                                                ‘Pendula’

                                               

                                flexilis – Limber Pine

                                                ‘Cessorini Blue’

‘Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’

                               

                         koreansis – Korean Pine

                                    ‘Jack Korbit’

‘Morris Blue’       

                                                ‘Silver Ray’

                               

          parviflora – Japanese White Pine

                                                ‘Adcock’s Dwarf’

                                                ‘Abo jo’

                                                ‘Aoi’

‘Baldwin’

‘Bergman’

‘Cleary’

‘Gimborn’s Ideal’

‘Glauca’

                                               

                              strobus – Eastern White Pine

                                                ‘Blue Shag’

                                                ‘Fastigiata’

                                                ‘Louie’

                                                ‘Nana’  

                                                ‘Pendula’

                                                ‘Stowe Pillar’

                               

         thunbergii – Japanese Black Pine

                ‘Ogon’

‘Thunderhead’

 

                    wallichiana* - Himalayan Pine

                ‘Zebrina’

 

Tsuga Grafts – Hemlocks

Spring graft: $4.75            Quart Liner: $7.50            1 Gallon $11.50

                               

                      canadensis – Canadian Hemlock

                                                ‘Golden Splendor’

‘Sergentii’

               

Note: Less than 100 per variety on Spring Grafts add $0.25.  Less than 50 per variety add $0.50.  All spring grafts are in 2 ½” by 5” deep band pots. 1 gallon liners are in Classic 400 containers or ‘Root Maker’ 1 gallon containers as an option

 

Note: Quart and 1 gallon liners are on a pre- order basis only.  Due to the extreme high energy cost all orders for grafted ornamentals must have 25% down upon receipt of order acknowledgment.  Orders without a deposit will not be confirmed. There will be no exceptions.  All orders for grafted ornamentals must be placed by no later than January 15th, 2015. 

 

Note: Grafts are normally ready for shipment May 15th.  Beech and Blue Spruce varieties are ready for shipment June 1st.  Shipping is via UPS Ground service or motor freight. We are not liable for any damages in shipment.  All grafts are in 2 ½” by 5” deep band pots.  All rubber bands must be removed prior to planting. Do not plant new grafts outside until after the threat of frost has passed. 

 

Note: We can not ship five needle Pine varieties to the following states: Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada. We can not ship conifer grafts to the following states: California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.   

 

Note: Please inquire about our expanded list of grafted ornamentals which lists hundreds of cultivars far beyond what we list in our catalog.