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Stark & Billings SCD 2022 Tree Order Form

Order trees for the 2022 Spring Planting Season. Trees must be ordered
by no later then Oct.1, 2021 after Oct.1 are subject to change.





Please check box if these trees are being
planted for a conservation planting or
replacements for existing windbreak.
Number Needed

Russian Almond
3-5’ low, suckering shrub, excellent for wildlife, pink showy flowers

6-14’ thorny, thicket forming, alkaline tolerant, fruit prized for jelly making

6-14’ drought tolerant, long lived, alkaline tolerant, yellow flowers

Nanking Cherry
6-10’ moderately fast-growing, winter hardy, short lived shrub, small pink flowers, edible fruit

Sand Cherry
3-5’ winter hardy, drought tolerant, fast growing, short lived, white flowers, edible fruit

Black Chokeberry
5-8’ medium multi-stemmed shrub, foliage is green turning wine in fall, edible fruits, dark purple

Common Chokecherry
12-25’ hardy, suckering, creamy-white flowers, edible fruit

Schubert Chokecherry
12-25’ hardy, suckering, purple foliage, edible fruit

8-12’ spreading, open & upright arching branches, red, non-edible berries

8-12’ native shrub found in wooded moist areas, fruit eaten by birds

Golden Currant
3-6’ small shrub, fragrant, yellow, clove scented flowers, purplish or black edible fruit

7-10’ rapid growth, multi-stem shrub, dark blood red bark provides winter color

6-10’ spreading, Large white flower clusters, purple-black fruit

15-20’ white flower followed by bright red fruit, zigzag growth with thorns, non-suckering

10-12’ spreading, winter hardy, moderately drought tolerant, yellow to pink flowers

6-15’ hardy, medium to tall, suckering, white flowers, blue/black berries edible

Common Lilac
8-12’ hardy, spreading branches develop oval to round crown, showy, fragrant flowers

Villosa Lilac
9’ dense shrub, non-suckering, blooms later than other lilacs, flowers light rosy/white

Amur Maple
15-20’ doesn’t like alkaline soils, sensitive to phenoxy herbicides, outstanding bright reddish fall colors

6-12’ multi-stemmed thicket, clusters of black/blue fruit persist into winter for birds

8-10’ thorny, winter hardy, thicket forming, white flowers, edible fruit

Hansen Hedge Rose
4-6’ stems upright, semi-weeping, thorny, rose hip fruit, showy pink flowers

Woods Rose
3-4’ forms dense thickets, spiny, pink flowers

8-14’ medium to tall, multi-stemmed suckering shrub, tolerant of dry soils, high pH & salinity

3-6’ hardy, alkaline tolerant and drought tolerant shrub.

3-8’ spreading shrub, forms dense mass of stems & leaves, scented leaves & light yellow flowers
Machine planting trees (1000’ minimum) $22/100 foot planted. Weed Barrier application (1000’ minimum) $45/100 foot applied
Number Needed

25-60’ tree with chalky colored bark, high moisture required, short lived

10-15’ fast growing, rounded, spreading form, winter hardy & drought resistant

Green Ash
30-40’ hardy, native, drought & alkali resistant, single trunk, oval to elliptical crown

30-40’ fast, short crooked trunk, divides into several stout and widespreading branches

Black Cherry
20-30’ multi-stemmed to single stemmed, fruit similar to chokecherry

Crabapple, Flowering
15-20’ pink to white flowers, foliage green to red in color

Crabapple, Siberian
15-25’ round to spreading, white flowers, edible fruit

Seedless cottonwood, less height and longevity then native cottonwood

Cottonwood, Native
50-100’ large, fast growing tree, seeds resemble cotton

Elm, Siberian
25-40’ hardy, fast growing, open with several ascending branches

40-60’ Similar form to Am. Elm, gray, stucco-like bark, single trunk, broadening crown

Linden, American
50-70’ medium to large landscape tree for its large stature, shade and aromatic flowers

Silver Maple
40-50’ fast growing, upright with strong spreading branches, plant in protected sites

Oak, Bur
40-70’ large, long-lived, with deep tap root , excellent for wildlife food & cover, slow growing

Ohio Buckeye
20-40’oval to rounded crown,palmate compound leaves,terminal candlelike flowers

Olive, Russian
15-25’ tolerates saline/alkaline soils, branches random & spreading, thorny, silvery leaf color

15-25’ white flowers, semi-glossy foliage & dense, variably round form, fruit is hard

40-60’ fast growing upright spreading branches, requires moist sites

Golden Willow
40-50’ large, low branching tree with slender drooping branches

Black Walnut
35-45’ large oval to rounded crown, plant in protected sites
Number Needed

Cedar, Eastern Red
30-35’ slow growing, irregular, pyramidal crown

Juniper, Rocky Mountain
20-30’ slow growth, dense pyramidal, upward reaching branches

Larch, Siberian
30-60’deciduous conifer, needles very soft, green, turning yellow/orange & shed in the fall

Pine, Ponderosa
50-70’ pyramidal when young becoming irregularly-oblong & open crowned with age

Pine, Scotch
25-50’ pyramidal when young, becoming more rounded and open with age

Spruce, Black Hills
30-60’ broad pyramidal to conical crown

Spruce, Colorado Blue
30-65’ branching is broad & dense, branches extending to ground
Total Qty

 Price: $1.50 per tree
Total Amount Due at Spring Pickup