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Achlys triphylla bareroot
Achlys triphylla br (Vanilla Leaf)
Our Price: 3.25
(Out of Stock)

One nice rhizome. Native herbaceous perennial to 30 cm tall. This lovely plant with its large characteristic three leaves only occurs in a narrow band of the Coastal Mountain Range. Makes large colonies via runners and is a very attractive summer ground cover growing happily with rhodos and other open woodland spaces. Harvest its leaves in Autumn and hang; its vanilla scent is more pronounced when dry

2yr old pecan whips ready to adopt
Carya illinoinensis (bare root Hardy Pecan)
Our Price: 25.00
(Out of Stock)

Two bare root northern pecan trees. Good roots since plants are container grown and not dug out of the field. Organically grown from seed. Innoculated with MycoGrow by Fungi Pefecti. Photo is of first year seedlings in Stuewe and Sons 14 inch tall tree pots.
Carya ovata bareroot
Carya ovata bareroot
Our Price: 10.00
(Out of Stock)

1 bare root seedling. Beautiful straight trunked shade tree well known for its sweet edible nuts and yellow fall colour. Highly ornamental distinct gray to black shaggy bark that will be eventually shed in long strips. You will need a phytosanitary certificate if you live outside Canada.
Castanea dentata (bare root American Chestnut)
Our Price: 35.00
(Out of Stock)

Two bare root trees.  Good roots.  Seed grown...not clones. Organically grown. A fast growing majestic nut tree of Eastern North America forests, once called 'King of the Hardwoods'.  Bears sweet nuts in a few short years.  Can grow to 30 meters tall with a 10 meter spread.  Can bear up to 150 pounds of nuts each BUT you need two for nut production. Ideal for making protein rich low fat nut flour
Eucommia ulmoides leaves and seed
Eucommia ulmoides bareroot
Our Price: 15.00
2 in stock!

One bareroot tree. A rare and unusual tree second only to ginseng in traditional Chinese medicine. Aptly named as its the only temperate climate tree able to produce rubber. Quick growing, attractive, pest and disease resistant its also tough enough for use for urban/street tree plantings or in the garden as a 10m tall shade ornamental with its thick glossy attractive elm like dark green leaves. Very nice pale grey fissured bark. Gendered species. Possessing only 3-4% latex rubber, you won't be able to make your own tires (yet), but the latex acts as a natural deterrent for many nibbling pests. Almost extinct in the wild due to over zealous bark harvesting. Studies show the leaves possess the same plethora of health benefits as the bark and you can harvest the leaves or tea without harming the tree.
Juglans nigra bareroot
Juglans nigra bare root seedling (Black Walnut)
Our Price: 12.00
9 in stock!

One bareroot Juglans nigra seedling. Resistant to canker disease. Ripens mid-October. 150 nuts/kg. Contact us for bundled plants so we can calculate proper shipping. Container grown for good roots. Self fertile. Treated 3x with MycoGrow from Fungi Perecti. Customers outside Canada will need a Phytosanitary Certificate.

Magnolia lotungensis seedlings
Magnolia lotungensis bareroot
Our Price: 50.00
(Out of Stock)

A rare evergreen magnolia. Pear scented ivory & pink lotus like flowers appear in late spring/early summer for weeks worth of continuous display. Used as a street tree for its tidy columnar form and glossy narrow leaves that are at first a pale green flushed with pinkish brown then turn a dark green with age. Silver reverse further adds to its beauty. In cold climates, plant in protected spots out of the wind. Mature trees can reach 30m tall with a 15m spread.

Phytosanitary Certificate
Our Price: 25.00
85 in stock!

Need a Phytosanitary Certificate to import seed or plants to your country? We do the paperwork for proper documentation for a modest fee.
Trientalis latifolia (Star-flower) bulb
Our Price: 3.75
1 in stock!

One nice bulb. Native tuber forming herbaceous perennial to 15 cm. The 6 point star shaped pale pink flowers seem to float above lance shaped leaves on thin, wire like stems.  When happy grows in dense colonies. Drought tolerant when established.  Does well growing under small shrubs and base of trees of mixed forest.
   
 
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