2024 Saratoga Tree Nursery Sale

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Ordering Information

Jan 2nd to May 10th All orders are filled in the order received. Some species sell out quickly, so order early. Use the following link for pricing, quantities, and to place your order. https://dec.ny.gov/nature/forests-trees/saratoga-tree-nursery/spring-seedling-sale

From the 2022 Seedling Booklet: New York seed sources are used when available. When New York seed sources are not available, seeds are collected from compatible sources. The nursery can purchase seeds from private individuals: contact the nursery if you would like to be added to our seed collection list.

*Denotes species that are native to NY according to the New York Flora Atlas. Some species did not have a scientific name listed please contact the Saratoga Tree Nursery with any additional questions before purchasing.

518-581-1439 [email protected]

Conifer Species

Jack Pine, none given
*Red Pine, Pinus resinosa
*White Pine, Pinus strobus
Norway Spruce, Picea abies
*White Spruce, Picea glauca
*Atlantic White Cedar, Chamaecyparis thyoides*Eastern Red Cedar, Juniperus virginiana

Hardwood Species

*American Hazelnut, Corylus americana
American Hornbeam, none given
*Black Walnut, Juglans nigra
*Bitternut Hickory, Juglans cinerea
Hybrid Poplar, Populus deltoides x Populus sp. (Eastern cottonwood crosses with other poplar species)
Red Maple, none given
*Silver Maple, Acer saccharum
Sycamore, none given
*Bear Oak, Quercus ilicifolia
*Red Oak, Quercus rubra
*Black Cherry, Prunus serotina
*River Birch, Betula nigra
*American Sweetgum, Liquidambar styraciflua
“Copper” chinquapin, Castanea pumila (L.) P. Mill.

Shrubs and trees provide fall and winter interest to a garden when other plants are resting.

Wildlife Habitat

*American Plum, Prunus americana
*Beach Plum, Prunus maritima
*Am. Highbush Cranberry, Viburnum opulus
*Northern Bayberry, Morella pensylvanica
Bristly Locust, Robinia hispida
*Ninebark, Physocarpus opulifolius
*Black Chokeberry, Aronia melanocarpa
*Red Osier Dogwood, Cornus sericea
*Silky Dogwood, Cornus amomum ssp. amomum
*Gray Dogwood, Cornus racemosa
*Prairie Willow, Salix humilis var. humilis
*Pussy Willow, Salix discolor
*Sandbar Willow, Salix interior
Streamco Willow, Salix purpurea “Streamco”
*Northern White Cedar, Thuja occidentalis
*Virginia Rose, Rosa virginiana
*Wetland Rose, Rosa palustris
*Sand Cherry, Prunus pumila var. depressa
*Winged Sumac, Rhus copallinum
*Witch Hazel, Hamamelis virginiana
*Wild Grape, Vitis riparia

Trees and shrubs provide shelter and food for wildlife big or small and provide early spring food for our pollinators.

Mixed Species Packets

*Pollinator Packt #1
*Wildlife Habitat Packet #2
*Long Island Packet #3A
Riparian Packet #4
*Ruffed Grouse Packet #6

Containerized Stock

Blue Spruce, Picea pungens
Adirondack Packet #5

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