Spring Specials !

We are taking orders and reservations on the following bareroot plants for spring 2021

Bareroot plants are easier to install and affordably priced.  These plants are offered on a                                            short term basis in the spring. Bareroot means plants are offered with no soil attached to                                            the root of the plant.  Early spring is the only time we recommend planting bareroot plants.                                     

Bareroot plants are sold farm direct, no guarantee is implied.  

Reservations are strongly encouraged so you do not miss out! 

The plants we offer are of top quality!  Plants will be well branched and well rooted! Plants

are locally grown, fresh dug, and well suited for our region!

Most plants offered will typically be ready to plant/install during the first 2 weeks of April.   

Be sure to call/text to arrange a day/time for your order to be prepared/packaged. 

We appreciate 24 hours notice.    

Bareroot EVERGREENS  ($2-$3.50)

Norway Spruce: 

Fast growing, deer resistant, 3-4 year trees.  3 sizes to select from:

(14-18 in, $2) (18-24 in, $2.75)  (24-30 in, $3.50)  

White Spruce:  deer resistant, moderate to fast growing.  4 year trees. 3 sizes to select from: 

( up to 18 in, $2) (18-24 in, $2.75) ( 24-36 in, $3.50)

White Pine:  Michigan's state tree!  Fast growing, long needles. 4 year trees.  3 sizes to select from:

(up to 14 in, $2)  (14 -18 in, $2.75 ) (18-30 in, $3.50)  

Fraser Fir:  Soft needled, grows in beautiful pyramidal form. 3 year trees.

2 size to select from: 

( up to 12 in, $2.75) (12-18 in, $3.50)  

Canaan Fir:  Soft needled, grows in beautiful pyramidal form.  Tolerates heavier soils. (10-18 in, $2.50)  

Concolor Fir:  Soft needled, longer needles than most firs.  Blue/green in  coloration. Deer resistant. 3 year trees.

Excellent Christmas tree, trees have citrus like aroma.  (10-18 in, $2.50)  

Green Giant Arborvitae

Fast Growing, Deer Resistant, Makes a great screen!  Grows 30 -40 ft tall and 15-20 ft wide.  

Bareroot:  (up to 18 inches tall, $4.75), (18-24 inches $5.75),

(quart size containers. $6  farm direct pricing, no guarantee implied)

 

Eastern Red Cedar: Excellent for dry, well drained soils.  Tolerates dry weather better than any evergreen.                                                      Good food source for wildlife.(12-18 in, $2.50)

Fruiting Plants: 

Top Quality bareroot fruit trees are available (most offerings are 6-8 ft tall, nicely branched) . 

Apple, Pear and Cherry require more than one variety for cross pollination to ensure good fruit set.

Apple (Fireside, Freedom, Honey Crisp, Honey Gold, Liberty, McIntosh, Royal Gala, Red Fuji, Snow Sweet) $29.50

(Sweet 16*, Wine Crisp, Zestar) $34

Pear: (Bartlett, Bosc, Tawara Asian) $34

Cherry. (Bing, Lapin, Stella, Sweet Cherry Pie) $34

 

Mt. Royal Plum: Considered the best blue plum for the midwest, good eaten off the tree, excellent for dessert, jam, preserves.  11/16 in stem, well branched, 5-7 ft tall.  $29 

Paw Paw:  Largest size fruit produced of any Native American fruit tree.  Mango like flavor.  Limited supply.  18-24 inch bareroot $8.50,      3 gal container, up to 5 ft tall.  $69

Persimmon: Native fruiting tree.  Similar in taste to Apricot.  Adaptable to most soil types.  Plant several for cross pollination. 2-3 ft, bareroot, $9.50

Dolgo Crabapple:  Produces large edible crabapples, great for attracting deer, turkeys and other wildlife.  Smaller sized plants compared to other offerings. (stem is approximately 3/8  inch diameter)   Bareroot pricing: $3 

Shadblow Serviceberry:  Early to bloom in spring with white flowers.  Tolerant of moist soils. Red-purple edible fruit in June.                                         Native. 18-24 in plants.  $3.50

 

Darrow Blackberry:  Reliable producer of large crops of top quality fruit.  $7.50

Caroline Raspberry:  One of the most productive for the Midwest.  Large tasty fruit.  $6

Purple Passion Asparagus:  Tender spears are a beautiful deep burgundy in color.  Mild, sweet, vigorous and productive.  $2.50

Other Offerings:  

Princeton Gold Maple:  Bright yellow/ chartreuse leaves brighten the landscape.  This is offered in a large 1.25 in diameter stem, 8/10 ft tall, well branched.  Bareroot pricing $80

Crimson King Maple:  Deep red/purple leaves through the growing season.  This is a large, well branched tree, atleast 1.25 inch in diameter, 8/10 ft tall. Bareroot pricing $85 

Redpointe Maple:  Fast growing.  Spectacular red fall colors.  This is a large, well branched tree, atleast 1 inch in diameter, 8/10 ft tall. Bareroot pricing $80

Autumn Fantasy Maple:  Similar to Autumn Blaze Maple. Fast growing.  Spectacular red fall color.  This is a large, well branched tree, atleast 1 inch in diameter, 8/10 ft tall. Bareroot pricing $75 

Sienna Glen Maple:  Fast growing.  Spectacular red/orange/yellow fall colors.  This is a large, well branched tree, atleast 1.25 inch in diameter, 8/10 ft tall. Bareroot pricing $80 

Black Locust:  Fast growing, white fragrant flowers in May/June.  Trees do produce thorns.  Produces strong lumber.  Honey bees love the flowers!

Smaller sized plants compared to other offerings. (stem is approximately 3/8 - 1/2 inch diameter)   Bareroot pricing:  $3 

Sugar Maple:  Spectacular Fall Color ranging from yellow to orange to red! Large, 1 inch stem, 8/10 ft tall.  $70

Smaller sized plants.(stem is approximately 3/8 diameter)   Bareroot pricing:  $3.50 

Exclamation Sycamore:  Fast growing, attractive exfoliating bark, strong central leader, tolerates poor drainage. 1 inch diameter stem, 8/10 ft tall. $70

Prairie Horizon Alder:   Rapid growing tree, tolerates difficult, dry situations.  Decorative purple catkins produce brown strobiles, resembling little pine cones.  We are excited to offer this tree in 2021!  3-4 ft branched:  $29     4-5 ft branched:  $39

Littleleaf Linden:  Fast growing,  fragrant flowers in May/June.  Honey bees love the flowers!

(stem is approximately 3/8 inch diameter)   Bareroot pricing:  $3.50

Minnesota Redbud:  Spectacular magenta/pink blooms that line the branches.  This variety is well suited for Michigan conditions.

1 in stem, 8-10 ft tall with branching, $75

Kousa Dogwood:  Later blooming (less likely to be damaged by frost), white 4 petaled flowers, beautiful red/purple fall color.  Cold tolerant.  3-4 ft, bareroot, $10

American Hornbeam:  Native tree, beautiful fall colors, tolerates flooding and shade.  Songbirds attracted to dense canopy and tasty seeds.  Disease/insect resistant.  2-3 ft, bareroot, $8.50

Purple Lilac:  Beautiful blooms and fragrance.  Nice screen! Performs best in full sun.  18/24 in plants.  $3.50

Also Available:

Bareroot shrubs, shade trees, ornamental trees & more!  Reserve & Save $$$.  This is a partial list of current availability. 

Interested in something else?  Please reach out to us!  We may be able to special order exactly what you are looking for.  We are happy to get back with you on availability and pricing.  

To place an order or for further information:

Phone: (Call or text):  810.614.9828

Email:  lee@thesupernursery.com

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