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10466 405TH AVE. • EVANSVILLE, MN 56326

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– Specialists in Containerized Tree Seedlings –

10466 405TH AVE. • EVANSVILLE, MN 56326 Phone: 218.747.2622 • Toll-Free: 1.877.702.5579 Fax: 218.747.2621 • E-mail: [email protected] www.ncrtrees.com (for current inventory, photos & information)

Containerized Tree Seedling Specialists 37 years of supplying the industry with quality seedlings MN CERTIFIED NURSERY STOCK GROWER

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Dave & Michelle Olsen, Owners

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ABOUT OUR SEEDLINGS

The seedlings we grow are “containerized seedlings” which are grown in containers in greenhouses. Before being shipped the tree seedlings are moved outside to shadehouses for a period of time to “harden off” or become acclimated to outdoor conditions. We do not ship trees without a hardening off process. ONE OF THE ADVANTAGES OF THESE SEEDLINGS IS THAT IN ADDITION TO THE NORMAL SPRING PLANTING SEASON THEY CAN BE PLANTED THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER AND INTO FALL IF MOISTURE CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE. We are also pleased to be able to offer bareroot seedlings which are available only in the spring. There is a separate price list for these seedlings. Unless otherwise noted, these are sold in multiples of 25. IF YOU DON’T SEE WHAT YOU WANT ON THIS LIST, PLEASE CALL AND WE WILL TRY TO FIND IT FOR YOU. You must take delivery of bareroot stock by June 1.

CONTAINERS & CONTAINER DEPOSIT

We grow our containerized seedlings in Styrofoam blocks (Styroblocks). Since these are reusable, a container deposit of $5.50 is charged at the time they are taken. Deposit is refunded if undamaged blocks are returned within one year. All other refunds are at our discretion. Size Cavities/block Cavity Diameter Cavity Depth Styro 4A 198 1.10” 5.21” Styroblock Styro 6 112 1.40” 5.83” Styro 10 77 1.65” 5.96” Note: Size refers to the approximate Styro 20 45 2.33” 5.96” volume of the root plug cavity in Styro 60 15 3.97” 5.91” cubic inches. Styro 60 is a new product and is available in very limited quantities.

Styro 4A

6

10

20

60

CARE OF YOUR SEEDLINGS

IN THE STYROBLOCKS: Upon receipt of seedlings, immediately remove the Styroblocks from the shipping boxes. Seedlings should be kept in a cool place if possible before planting. Under a tree or the north and east sides of buildings are ideal storage locations. Water your seedlings after unpacking and again right before planting. If you won’t be planting the seedlings right away, they should be watered daily or as needed. You can check for dryness by pulling out one or two trees to inspect. When you put the tree back in the block, be sure to line up the grooves in the root plug with the grooves on the inside of the container. How often they will need water depends on the wind, temperature and humidity. When watering, give them a good soaking any excess will run out the bottom of the blocks. EXTRACTED AND BUNDLED: Keep seedlings in the shipping boxes in a cool place. These trees should be planted as soon as possible. INDIVIDUALLY BAGGED: These trees may be removed from the shipping boxes and stored in the refrigerator for a short time. However, as with all trees shipped outside of the Styroblocks, these seedlings should be planted as soon as possible. BAREROOT SEEDLINGS: All bareroot stock should be kept in a cool place and planted as soon as possible. Protect roots from drying out during storage and planting.

SHIPPING OPTIONS

If you are planning to plant as soon as you receive your trees, you may choose to have your trees extracted from the Styroblocks and bundled. This significantly reduces the space needed for transport and, in turn, reduces shipping costs. Trees are generally in bundles or bags of 20. Some of the larger plug sizes have fewer trees per bundle. These bundles are easily handled by planters. Your only extra cost is for the boxes in which they are packed. This option is becoming increasingly popular every year. If your planting project will be spread out over several weeks or may be delayed due to weather or other reasons, we recommend taking delivery of the trees in the Styroblocks. We will try to accommodate your planting plans as much as possible even if it means making multiple shipments for an order. It is usually easier for us to hold extracted and bundled trees in our cooler than for you to care for them.

PLANTING TIPS

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If still in the Styroblock, seedlings should be watered well immediately before planting. Seedlings may be planted by hand or with a planting machine. The most important thing to remember is to make sure that the top of the root plug is covered by approximately 1/2” of native soil. The most important thing to remember when planting bareroot trees is to make sure the roots do not dry out. Keep them in a bag when planting by hand. If machine planting, keep the roots covered in the planting boxes on the machine. Wet burlap works well for this. Bareroot stock should be planted at the same depth at which they were growing in the nursery. Certain species of bareroot stock should be “sweated” for best survival in the field. Sweating helps break dormancy created by a winter of cold storage. To sweat the stock it needs increased humidity and warmth until the buds start to swell, usually in only a few days. This can be accomplished by setting the box in a warmer place (60-70 degrees F. ) inside a building (but not in the direct sun) and keeping the roots moist. Check daily for moisture and to see when the buds begin to swell. It is important that you not begin sweating Inspiraton Co Hwy 38 Peak stock until planting conditions are also warm and moist. Planting sweated stock into subfreezing or 235 NCR Urbank very cold conditions will defeat the purpose. Species that may require sweating are HACKBERRY, Ashby 78 Co Hwy 24 Millerville MAPLE, SERVICEBERRY, OAK, BIRCH, and ROSE. Co Hwy 24 Evansville, MN

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If coming from the south or west, use the Brandon or Ashby exit from I-94. Inspiration Peak near Urbank and Millerville is a good landmark for those coming from the north or east. We are in a very rural location on a gravel road. Our normal hours are 8:00 - 4:30 Monday - Friday. During the spring planting season those hours are extended. You are welcome to stop anytime to pick up seedlings, see our facilities, place orders, etc. but we do recommend calling first to make sure we will be here. We are halfway between St. Cloud, MN and Fargo, ND.

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Containerized Tree Seedlings Prices & Descriptions (Seed Sources in Parentheses)

Jack pine

Red pine

DECIDUOUS SPECIES

Acer rubrum - Red maple (northern MN) Medium-sized tree; medium- to fast-growing; grows in wide range of soils from swampy to dry; yellow and red fall colors. Acer freemanii - Red x silver maple cross Silver Maple (central MN) Large tree; fast-growing; tolerates wide variety of conditions. Chokecherry Acer saccharinum - Silver maple (west central MN) Very fast-growing large tree; ywllow-brown fall color; any soil type; large spreading crown. Betula alleghaniensis - Yellow birch (commercial seed source) For cool climates; yellow/bronze bark changing to reddish brown; moist soils; yellow fall color. Betula papyrifera - Paper or White birch (commercial seed source) White bark often used with evergreens for winter landscaping; bright yellow fall color; fast-growing; prefers cool soils; medium-sized tree. Populus tremuloides - Aspen (western MN) Fast-growing, relatively short-lived tree; tolerates wide range of soil conditions but it needs full sun; yellow fall color; excellent for wildlife. Assorted shrub species (western MN and commercial seed sources) These species available for 2016: chokecherry, glossy black chokeberry, redosier dogwood, wild plum. Others may be added.

Container size Styro 6 Styro 10

QUANTITIES - PRICE PER TREE (one species and size) Ave Height 6-12” 6-12”

1-49 1.87 2.14

50-199 0.81 0.94

200-499 0.61 0.74

500+ 0.41 0.54

Ave Height 4-8” 4-10”

1-49 2.14 2.68

50-199 0.94 1.85

200-499 0.74 1.47

500+ 0.54 1.18

Quercus macrocarpa - Bur oak (central and western MN) Slow-growing; will grow on sites too poor for anything else; large spreading crown; excellent for wildlife food and shelter.

Container size Styro 10 Styro 20

SPRUCES

Picea abies - Norway spruce (northern MN) Short shiny dark needles on drooping branches; very distinctive look; fast-growing and tolerant of many soil conditions; sun or shade. Picea glauca - White spruce (northern MN) Short needles; tolerant of most soil conditions; one of most versatile native trees; partial shade to full sun; medium to fast-growing when established. Picea glauca var. densata - Black Hills spruce (Black Hills, SD) A heat and drought tolerant variety of white spruce; short needles; excellent for windbreaks and shelterbelts; beautifully-shaped tree. Picea mariana - Black spruce (northern MN ) Very short dull bluish needles; native in swampy areas but also does well in dry areas; fast grower on dry sites; for cold climates. Picea meyeri - Meyer spruce (commercial seed source) An exotic species from China grown here for Christmas trees and ornamentals; very good needle retention and high resistance to insects and disease problems: blue-green color; medium growth rate and tolerant of many soil conditions; resembles blue spruce but needles are not as sharp and branches are not as stiff. Picea pungens - Colorado blue spruce (Majestic) Beautiful well-shaped tree for all uses; short stiff needles range in color from blue to green (improved varieties have higher percentage of blue needles than occur naturally): prefers moist well-drained soils but will tolerate most soil conditions; full sun to partial shade; slow to medium grower.

Container size Ave Height Styro 4A 4-8” Styro 6 5-10” Styro 10 5-10” Styro 20 8-12” Styro 60 (Black Hills Spruce only) 12-18”

1-49 1.61 1.87 2.14 2.68 7.50

50-199 0.62 0.81 0.94 1.85 5.19

200-499 0.47 0.61 0.74 1.47 N/A

If I knew I should die tomorrow, I would plant a tree today. Stephen Girard

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500+ 0.26 0.41 0.54 1.18 N/A

PINES

Pinus banksiana - Jack pine (northern MN) Short stiff needles; fast-growing; best for dry soils in full sun; will grow on sites too poor or cold for anything else. Pinus nigra - Austrian pine (commercial seed source) Long stiff needles; tolerant of tough environmental conditions; fast-growing; good for windbreaks and as yard trees. Pinus ponderosa - Ponderosa pine (Black Hills SD) Long, fairly stiff needles; large tree used for shelterbelts and timber; drought-resistant; full sun; tolerates salt and alkalinity in soils. Pinus resinosa - Red or Norway pine (northern MN) Long, brittle needles; reddish bark; full sun; dry sandy soils; good for timber; Minnesota State Tree. Pinus sylvestris - Scotch pine (commercial seed source-Riga) Most often used for Christmas trees; short to medium-length needles; prefers dry to moderate soils and full sun; fast-growing. Pinus strobus - Eastern white pine (northern MN) Medium-length soft needles; very large stately tree with a “feathery”look; partial shade to full sun; well-drained but not overly dry soil; makes a distinctive yard or Christmas tree and excellent timber.

Container size Ave Height Styro 4A 4-8” Styro 6 5-10” Styro 10 5-10” Styro 20 8-12” Styro 60 (Scotch Pine only) 12-18”

1-49 1.61 1.82 2.14 2.68 7.50

OTHER CONIFERS

50-199 0.62 0.81 0.94 1.85 5.19

200-499 0.47 0.61 0.74 1.47 N/A

500+ 0.26 0.41 0.54 1.18 N/A

Abies balsamea-Balsam fir (Maine - Cook’s Blue improved) A favorite for Christmas trees, sheared or unsheared; nice pyramidal shape; soft short dark green needles; “Christmas tree” fragrance; prefers moist soils.

Container size Styro 4A Styro 6 Styro 20

Ave Height 4-8” 5-8” 8-14”

1-49 1.61 1.87 2.68

50-199 0.66 0.92 2.02

200-499 0.51 0.73 1.74

Juniperus virginiana-Eastern redcedar (western MN, eastern SD) A hardy juniper species favored by wildlife for food and shelter; small tree or large shrub for full sun; short, sharp scale-like needles; tolerates most soil conditions; cones are dark blue “gin berries Juniperus scopulorum-Rocky Mountain juniper (commercial seed source) Western species very similar to Eastern redcedar in physical attributes and wildlife value; full sun; tolerant of drought and alkaline soils.

Container size Styro 4A Styro 6 Styro 10 Styro 20 Styro 60

Ave Height 4-8” 5-10” 6-15” 8-15” 12-18”

1-49 1.61 1.87 2.14 2.68 7.50

50-199 0.66 0.92 1.04 2.02 5.19

200-499 0.51 0.73 0.85 1.74 3.63

500+ 0.30 0.46 0.59 1.28 2.50

500+ 0.30 0.46 1.29

Eastern redcedar Styro 60 and 20

Larix laricina-Tamarack (northern MN) A deciduous (loses its leaves) conifer; short, feathery needles that turn bright yellow in fall before dropping; fast-growing in dry areas; does well in soils ranging from wet to dry; full sun; for cold climates.

Container size Styro 4A Styro 6

Ave Height 4-8” 6-8”

1-49 1.61 1.87

50-199 0.66 0.92

200-499 0.51 0.73

500+ 0.30 0.46

Container size Styro 4A Styro 6 Styro 20

Ave Height 4-8” 5-8” 8-15”

1-49 1.61 1.87 2.68

50-199 0.62 0.81 1.85

200-499 0.47 0.61 1.47

500+ 0.26 0.41 1.18

Thuja occidentalis-Northern white cedar (American arborvitae) (northern MN) Thick flat scaly needles; easy to transplant, wide variety of soils from swampy to slightly dry; good for windbreaks, hedges and privacy screens; a favorite deer browse.

*** This listing may not be complete as inventory availability is continually changing and trees become ready throughout the summer and fall. Other species and sizes may be available and can be custom grown. Please call for additional information. PRICING IS FOR ONE SIZE AND SPECIES***

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INDIVIDUALLY BAGGED SEEDLINGS

A great idea for promotions, special events or fundraisers!

The possibilities are endless for our individually poly-bagged seedlings. This is a consistent favorite with our customers and we are sure that you will be able to come up with many uses of your own! Since each tree seedling is in its own bag, these are very easy and clean to handle. Keep the seedling refrigerated or cool until ready to sell or give away. Seedlings are sealed in polybags that measure approximately 2 1/2 x 18”. Planting instructions and species identification are printed on the bags. We can attach your tag to make your seedling special. Please call for tag specs, etc. Price List: Less than 50 50-99 100-299 300-999 1000+

2.43/tree 1.51/tree 1.03/tree 0.77/tree 0.72/tree

Open House Wedding or Shower Funeral Anniversary Party Customer Appreciation Trade Show Giveaway Park and Rec Programs Arbor Day Earth Day Business Promotion Annual Meeting Fundraiser Kick-off a building project - We’re Growing Any special event

Attach customer-supplied tag 0.06/tree Print, cut and attach tag (6/page) 0.15/tag Set-up fee to design ad $35/hour (min. $35) Pricing is for total order-can mix species here.

Did you know? In Minnesota, Arbor Day is always the last Friday in April. Earth Day is always on April 22. PLANT A TREE!! Other holidays repose on the past, Arbor Day proposes a future. J. Sterling Morton, 1832 - 1902, founder of Arbor Day in 1872

CALL 218.747.2622 OR TOLL-FREE 877.702.5579 TO ORDER (www.ncrtrees.com) Price List: 50 Tablets 17.25 150 Tablets 42.75 300 Tablets 82.50 500 Tablets 127.50 - Prices subject to change -

REPELLEX SYSTEMIC ANIMAL REPELLENT

Repellex Systemic Tablets are placed in the soil and the active ingredient, Capsaicin (a concentrated extract of hot chili peppers), is absorbed through the plant roots. Since tablets are ready-to-use, no mixing or spraying is necessary. This should not be used on any edible crops since it cannot be washed off the plant. 5

BAREROOT TREES and SHRUBS (all deciduous) - for Spring 2016 delivery only. Minimum of 25 per size and species. Orders must be in multiples of 25 unless otherwise noted. All are seedlings unless noted as transplants or rooted cuttings. Bareroot stock is available for planting only in the spring. Please order by March 31, if possible. ** Delivery of bareroot stock must be taken by June 1. **

Species

Latin

Size

25-100

125-475

500+

Arrowwood............................................................Viburnum dentatum ................................6-12” ..........................1.09 ..........................0.92 ......................0.87 12-18” 1.28 1.08 1.02 18-24” 1.56 1.32 1.24 Ash, Mountain ......................................................Sorbus americana....................................12-18” ........................1.09 ..........................0.92 ......................0.87 18-24” 1.41 1.19 1.12 2-3’ 1.60 1.35 1.27 Aspen, Quaking ....................................................Populus tremuloides................................12-18” ........................1.75............................1.48 ......................1.39 18-24” 2.26 1.91 1.80 Birch, Paper ..........................................................Betula papyrifera......................................12-18” ........................1.28............................1.08 ......................1.02 18-24” 1.52 1.29 1.21 2-3’ 1.73 1.46 1.38 Birch, River ..........................................................Betula nigra..............................................12-18” ........................1.28............................1.08 ......................1.02 18-24” 1.52 1.29 1.21 2-3’ 1.73 1.46 1.38 Buffaloberry ..........................................................Shepherdia argentea ..............................12-18” ........................1.18............................1.00 ......................0.94 18-24” 1.28 1.08 1.02 2-3’ 1.60 1.35 1.27 Butternut ..............................................................Juglans cinerea........................................18-24” ........................2.11 ............................1.78 ......................1.68 Cherry, Black ........................................................Prunus serotina ......................................12-18” ........................1.09 ............................0.92 ......................0.87 18-24” 1.34 1.05 0.99 2-3’ 1.64 1.38 1.30 Cherry, Canada Red ............................................Prunus virginiana ....................................12-18”..........................1.04 ..........................0.88 ......................0.82 ‘Canada Red’ 18-24” 1.19 1.00 0.94 2-3’ 1.58 1.33 1.24 Cherry, Nanking ....................................................Prunus tomentosa ..................................12-18” ........................1.07............................0.90 ......................0.85 18-24” 1.24 1.05 0.99 2-3’ 1.52 1.29 1.21 Cherry, Pin ............................................................Prunus pensylvanica ..............................12-18” ........................1.16............................0.98 ......................0.93 18-24” 1.26 1.06 1.00 2-3’ 1.43 1.20 1.13 Cherry, Sand ........................................................Prunus besseyi ........................................12-18”..........................1.00 ..........................0.85 ......................0.79 18-24” 1.15 0.97 0.91 2-3’ 1.50 1.27 1.20 Chokeberry, Black ................................................Aronia melanocarpa ................................12-18” ...................... 1.14............................0.97 ......................0.91 18-24” 1.33 1.13 1.06 Chokecherry, Common ........................................Prunus virginiana ....................................8-12” ..........................0.84............................0.71 ......................0.67 12-18” 1.07 0.90 1.00 18-24” 1.26 1.06 0.94 2-3’ 1.58 1.34 1.26 Cottonwood, Common (rooted cuttings) ..............Populus deltoides ....................................18-24” ........................1.31............................1.11 .......................1.05 2-3’ 1.50 1.20 1.13 Cottonwood, Male (rooted cuttings)......................Populus deltoides ....................................18-24” ........................1.31 ..........................1.11 ......................1.05 2-3’ 1.50 1.27 1.20 Crabapple, Midwest ..............................................Malus baccata var. ..................................12-18” ........................1.09............................0.92 ......................0.87 ..............................................................................Mandshurica ............................................18-24” ........................1.15............................0.97 ......................0.91 2-3’ 1.52 1.29 1.21 Crabapple, Red Splendor ....................................Malus ‘Red Splendor’ ..............................8-12” ..........................0.80............................0.68 ......................0.64 12-18” 1.09 0.92 0.87 18-24” 1.24 1.05 0.99 Crabapple, Siberian..............................................Malus baccata..........................................12-18” ........................1.09............................0.92 ......................0.87 18-24” 1.22 1.03 0.97 2-3’ 1.52 1.29 1.21 Cranberrybush, American ....................................Viburnum trilobum ....................................6-12” ..........................1.14............................0.97 ......................0.91 12-18” 1.41 1.19 1.12 18-24” 1.71 1.45 1.36 Currant, Golden ....................................................Ribes aureum ..........................................12-18”..........................1.03............................0.87 .......................0.82 Dogwood, Gray.....................................................Cornus racemosa ....................................12-18”..........................1.05............................0.89 .......................0.84 18-24” 1.16 0.98 0.93 Dogwood, Redosier ..............................................Cornus sericea........................................12-18”..........................0.95............................0.80 ......................0.75 18-24” 1.13 0.95 0.90 2-3’ 1.39 1.17 1.10 Dogwood, Silky ....................................................Cornus amomum ....................................12-18”..........................1.05 ..........................0.89 ......................0.84 18-24” 1.12 0.95 0.90 Elderberry ............................................................Sambucus canadensis ............................12-18”..........................1.07 ..........................0.90 ......................0.85 18-24” 1.24 1.05 0.99

***OTHER SPECIES AND SIZES MAY BE AVAILABLE - PLEASE CALL FOR INQUIRIES!*** 218.747.2622 OR TOLL-FREE 877.702.5579 TO ORDER 6

Species

Latin

Size

25-100

125-475

500+

Elm, American ‘Princeton’ (rooted cuttings) .......Ulmus americana Princeton .......................12-18” .......................4.96............................4.18...........................3.74 Hazelnut, American.............................................Corylus americana..................................... 6-12”.........................1.01 ............................0.86 ..........................0.78 12-18” 1.28 1.08 0.98 18-24” 1.52 1.29 1.17 Indigo, False........................................................Amorpha fruticosa ....................................12-18” ........................1.12 ............................0.95 ..........................0.84 18-24” 1.28 1.08 0.95 Lilac, Common Purple ........................................Syringa vulgaris ........................................ 9-12” ........................0.90............................0.76 ..........................0.66 12-18” 1.10 0.94 0.82 18-24” 1.22 1.03 0.91 1.17 Lilac, Villosa (late bloom) ....................................Syringa villosa .......................................... 12-18” ......................1.10 ............................0.94..........................0.82 18-24” 1.22 1.03 0.91 1.17 Linden, American ................................................Tilia americana .......................................... 6-12” ........................1.66 ............................1.40 ........................1.26 12-18” 1.85 1.56 1.40 18-24” 2.13 1.80 1.62 Linden, Littleleaf................................................ Tilia cordata................................................12-18”.........................1.37 ............................1.16 .........................1.06 18-24” 1.54 1.30 1.19 2-3’ 1.75 1.48 1.35 Maple, Red..........................................................Acer rubrum ..............................................12-18” ........................1.12 ............................0.95 ........................0.90 18-24” 1.31 1.11 1.05 2-3’ 1.71 1.45 1.36 Maple, Silver ......................................................Acer saccharinum......................................12-18” ........................0.99 ............................0.84 ........................0.79 18-24” 1.20 1.02 0.96 Maple, Sugar ......................................................Acer saccharum........................................ 12-18” ........................1.28 ............................1.08 ........................1.02 18-24” 1.50 1.27 1.20 2-3’ 1.88 1.59 1.50 Nannyberry........................................................ Viburnum lentago..................................... 6-12” ..........................1.07 ............................0.90 ........................0.85 12-18” 1.18 1.00 0.94 18-24” 1.52 1.29 1.21 Oak, Bur.............................................................. Quercus macrocarpa............................... 6-12” ..........................0.93 ............................0.79 .........................0.75 12-18” 1.16 0.98 0.93 18-24” 1.29 1.10 1.03 (bundles of 10) 2-3’ 1.75 1.48 1.39 Oak, Pin ..............................................................Quercus palustris ......................................12-18” ........................1.24 ............................1.05 ........................0.99 18-24” 1.47 1.24 1.17 Oak, Northern Red..............................................Quercus rubra .......................................... 9-12”..........................0.95 ............................0.81 ........................0.76 12-18” 1.07 0.90 0.85 18-24” 1.33 1.13 1.06 Oak, Swamp White........................................... Quercus bicolor......................................... 9-12”..........................1.14 ............................0.97 ........................0.91 12-18” 1.28 1.08 1.02 18-24” 1.45 1.22 1.15 Oak, White......................................................... Quercus alba............................................ 6-12” ..........................1.07.............................0.90 .........................0.85 12-18” 1.26 1.06 1.00 18-24” 1.41 1.19 1.12 Plum, American................................................. Prunus americana................................... 12-18”.........................1.01.............................0.86 .........................0.81 18-24” 1.26 1.00 0.94 2-3’ 1.52 1.29 1.21 Rose, Hansen Hedge..........................................Rosa rugosa ‘Hansens’ ............................12-18” ........................1.10 ............................0.94 ........................0.88 18-24” 1.45 1.22 1.15 Serviceberry (Juneberry) ....................................Amelanchier alnifolia ................................12-18” ........................1.20 ............................1.02 ........................0.96 18-24” 1.28 1.08 1.02 2-3’ 1.60 1.35 1.27 Sumac, Smooth................................................. Rhus glabra ...............................................12-24”.........................1.22 ............................1.03 .........................0.97 Sumac, Staghorn ................................................Rhus typhina..............................................12-24”.........................1.22 ............................1.03 .........................0.97 Walnut, Black..................................................... Juglans nigra .............................................9-12”...........................0.88 ............................0.74 .........................0.70 12-18” 1.07 0.90 0.85 18-24” 1.33 1.13 1.06 1.30 Willow, Blue Arctic (rooted cuttings)....................Salix purpurea ..........................................2-3’ ............................1.37 ............................1.18 ........................1.11 Willow, Flame (rooted cuttings) ..........................Salix ‘Flame’..............................................18-24” ........................1.28 ............................1.08 ........................1.06 2-3’ 1.39 1.18 1.11 Willow, Golden (rooted cuttings) ........................Salix alba ‘Vitellina’ ..................................18-24” ........................1.28 ............................1.02 ........................0.95 2-3’ 1.60 1.35 1.27 Willow, Hybrid (rooted cuttings) ..........................Salix matsudana x alba ............................18-24” ........................1.47 ............................1.24 ........................1.17 2-3’ 1.60 1.28 1.27 Willow, Laurel Leaf (rooted cuttings) ..................Salix pentandra ........................................18-24” ........................1.28 ............................1.08 ........................1.02 2-3’ 1.39 1.18 1.11 Willow, Peachleaf (rooted cuttings) ....................Salix amygdaloides ..................................18-24” ........................1.28 ............................1.08 ........................1.02 2-3’ 1.39 1.18 1.11 Willow, Sandbar (rooted cuttings) .......................Salix interior.............................................. 18-24”.........................1.28.............................1.08 .........................1.02 2-3’ 1.39 1.18 1.11

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Bareroot Conifers - for Spring 2016 delivery only. Multiples of 50. Delivery of bareroot stock must be taken by June 1.

Other species and sizes are available. For conifer seedlings, please check our containerized seedling inventory. You may find what you need there. 50 >50

Red pine.............................Pinus resinosa ....................................7-15” ........2-2 transplants ............................1.05 ..........................0.86

White Pine..........................Pinus strobus ......................................4-8” ..........2-0 seedlings ..............................0.38 ..........................0.31 6-12” 3-0 seedlings 0.47 0.39

ORDERING & SHIPPING INFORMATION

Please use the tentative order form, call, fax or e-mail us to make your order. Once we confirm your order, you will be sent an acknowledgment and billed for payment. Shipping charges, styroblock deposit and applicable sales tax will be added to tree costs. Most orders are shipped UPS or SpeeDee so we need a street address; post office boxes are not acceptable. We make many delivery trips on our own truck and would contact you if your order could be included on one of these trips. You are welcome to pick up your order at our greenhouses (see map on page 2). Please call ahead if you are planning to do that. TERMS: Orders for less than $150.00 require full payment when order is made. All others require 25% nonrefundable deposit. NO TREES ARE RESERVED WITHOUT REQUIRED PAYMENT. For established accounts, balance is due within 30 days of tree delivery. For all others, payment is due at time of pickup or before trees are shipped. Monthly service charge of 1.5% is added to past due accounts. We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover, American Express,cash and check. If making payment with one of the cards, we will need cardholder’s name and billing address, credit card account number, credit card expiration date (month and year) and security code (3 digits on back). We also have a new, free online payment option (see link on your invoice/order form). CANCELLATIONS: All cancellations for bareroot orders must be received before December 1. Cancellations for containerized stock may be accepted up to time of shipment. ** If we have to hold a containerized stock order past the originally stated season of delivery (generally spring or fall), an additional maintenance charge of up to 15% per season held may be charged at our discretion. Any trees lost to mortality during this extra holding period will not be replaced.** DISCLAIMER: Orders are accepted subject to crop conditions and seller is not responsible for any crop losses due to natural causes, theft, error in inventory count, labor problems or other causes beyond our control. Under no circumstances shall we be liable for any cost exceeding original purchase price of order.

THIS PRICE LIST REPLACES ALL PREVIOUS LISTS AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Acts of creation are ordinarily reserved for gods and poets. To plant a pine, one need only own a shovel. —Aldo Leopold

GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE - for any of our products and for any amount Call or e-mail for information. Trees are your best antiques. —Alexander Smith

Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world. —John Muir

TENTATIVE ORDER FORM

NAME:

Please call, fax, or mail in your tentative order. We will send acknowledgment and bill for required payment.

ADDRESS:

DAYTIME PHONE:

APPROXIMATE DELIVERY DATE:

E-MAIL:

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10466 405TH AVE. • EVANSVILLE, MN 56326 Phone: 218.747.2622 • Toll-Free: 1.877.702.5579 Fax: 218.747.2621 • E-mail: [email protected] www.ncrtrees.com

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