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50 Assorted Little Tree Special (3" to 8")
50 Assorted Little Tree Special   (3" to 8")

50 Assorted Little Tree Special

( 3" to 8" tall )

You get a mixture of

White Spruce

Red Maple

White Cedar

Hemlock

and

White Birch

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White Spruce Trees

White Spruce Trees grow in a variety of soils and climates.

They are one of the most important trees in Canada for pulpwood and lumber.

The wood is light, soft, resilient, straight grained and white, with
little contrast between sapwood and heartwood.

They can grow from eighty to one hundred and twenty feet tall and up to
four feet in diameter.

They are a nice green to bluish-green colour when mature and have an
aromatic smell when crushed.

They are shipped without soil and roots are wrapped in moist towel to
reduce shipping costs.


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Red Maple Trees

Acer cubrum

Maple Family ( Aceraceae )

Red Maple Trees are a deciduous hardwood which when growing in the
forest , the trunk is usually branch-free for half its length and when
in the open, the trunk divides or branches nearly to the ground. The can
grow up to three and a half feet in diameter and over fifty feet high.

Red Maple is named for the reddish colour of its buds, leafstalks,
flowers and fruit and the deep-red colour of its leaves in the fall.

The sap, though not as sweet as sugar maple`s  was historically used to
make syrup and sugar.

They are shipped without soil and roots are wrapped in moist towel to
reduce shipping costs.

These Red Maple Trees are on average six to eight inches tall at time of
shipping (as in the picture) and have a good root system.

All items are shipped express

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Eastern White Cedar Trees

Eastern White Cedar is found throughout the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence
Forest Region, most of the Acadian Forest Region, and in the central and
eastern parts of the Boreal Forest Region approximately as far north as
James Bay.

They grow in swampy areas, usually where the water in not too acid, but
where the underlying rock is limestone.  They also occur on very shallow
dry soils that commonly cover flat limestone rock.

They are valuable for posts, poles. shingles, boat-building, canoes and
other uses where timber is exposed to decay.

Eastern White Cedar in know by Native Americans as the tree of life.

(Arbor-vitae)

They are shipped without soil and roots are wrapped in moist towel to
reduce shipping costs.

These White Cedar Trees are on average three to eight inches tall at
time of shipping (as in the picture) and have a good root system.


thank you




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Eastern Hemlock Trees



Eastern Hemlock grows in different types of soil, but requires a moist
cool location.

They are used for coarse lumber, rough dimension stock, general
construction, boxes, crates, railway ties and pulp.

The wood is moderately light, fairly hard, low in streangth; heartwood
light flesh-coloured, sapwood is lighter in colour.

They can grow from sixty to seventy feet tall and up to four feet in
diameter.

This is Canada`s most graceful conifer.  Its branches are slender and
flexible, with the branchlets forming flat sprays that spread
horizontally from the trunk and droop towards their ends.

They are shipped without soil and roots are wrapped in moist towel.

These Eastern Hemlock Trees are on average three  to eight inches tall
at time of shipping (as in the picture) and have a good root system.

thank you

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White Birch Trees

(Betula papyrifera)

Birch Family (Betulaceae)

White Birch trees are a hardwood, deciduous which can grow up to 75 feet
tall and occasionally reach over 90 feet in height.

Their leaves are alternate, slender-stalked, simple, egg-shaped to
triangular, sharply pointed at tip, straight to rounded or slightly
heart-shaped at base.  The upper surface is dull green with a paler
under side, and slightly hairy with margins singly to doubly shallowly
toothed from tip.

White Birch trees can live in all moisture regimes and soil textures.

One of the best known traditional uses of birch by aboriginal peoples is
the construction of birch-bark canoes.  These peoples also used birch
bark as a waterproof layer on wigwams and to make items such as torches,
funnels, splints, spoons, dishes and artwork. Birch bark was often
wrapped around foodstuffs and sometimes ever bodies to prevent their
decay.  In emergency situations, birch bark can be used to protect eyes
from damage that may be caused by the extreme brightness of the sun
reflecting on snow.  Placing strips of birch bark over the eyes protects
them while allowing some visibility through the natural openings in the
bark.

These White Birch Trees are on average three  to eight inches tall at
time of shipping and have a good root system.

They are sold without soil and the roots are carefully washed and wrapped
in moist towel.



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