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$2 Tree Sale
Thanks For Your Support!
Thanks to all who support our education programs each year by purchasing trees. Our 2017 tree sale will be Saturday, April 8th, at the Porter County Expo Giant Garage Sale. Stop by the parking lot and pick up some trees from the livestock trailer parked by the front doors. All of the trees are still 5 for $10. The tree sizes are furnished by the local private nurseries from which we purchase the trees.


**Evergreens**
American Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalia) 12-20 inches
Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var. glauca) 12-18 inches
Hemlock (Thuja canadensis) 6-12 inches

** Deciduous Trees**
Speckled Alder (Alnus rogosa) 12-18 inches
Butterfly Bush (Buddleia davidii) 24-36 inches
Red Oak (Quercus rubra) 18-30 inches
Osage Orange (Maclura pomifera) 12-18 inches
Hybrid Poplar Cuttings 8 inches ( These are not rooted. You just push them in the ground, and they will root themselves. They are recommended for a quick growing privacy screen)


American Arborvitae
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A columnar tree with fan like branches. A standard for windbreaks and privacy fences.

Butterfly Bush
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A non-native shrub whose lilac like flowers quickly attract butterflies in the summer. Will die back to the ground each winter.

Canadian Hemlock
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A graceful tree which can be pruned to form a privacy screen.

Douglas Fir
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A varied use evergreen for windbreaks or Christmas trees

Osage Orange
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An old time fencerow tree with formidable thorns. Green warty fruits are of interest for fall decorations.

Red Oak
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A beautiful tree for a large area with excellent fall color.

Speckled Alder
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A smaller tree with winter interest bark suitable for wildlife habitat