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WSCD 2019 Tree Order Form-Deadline is Jan. 31, 2019
“Minimum order of 5 per species”
WCSCD ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY IN REGARDS TO SURVIVAL OF PLANTING STOCK & MAKES NO PROVISION FOR REPLACEMENT.
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SHRUBS
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Species
Tree Information

Russian Almond
A pink flowering, 3 to 5` high,that is slow growing with excellent wildlife value. Has a fair drought tolerence and a short life span.

Silver Buffaloberry
Grows 6-14` in high, has a medium growth rate with an excellent wildlife value. Drought tolerence is good and has a medium life span. Berries can be used for jelly.

Caragana
Grows 6-12` high with a medium growth rate & a fair wildlife value. Has a good drought tolerence. It is a hardy, long life shrub with yellow flowers.

Nanking Cherry
Grows 6-10’ high with a moderately growth rate, winter hardy, short live, pink flowers, edible fruit. Fair drought tolerence.

Black Chokeberry
Is a 5-8’ medium multi-stemmed shrub, foliage is green turning wine in fall, edible dark purple fruit. Good drought tolerence.

American Cranberrybush
Grows to 8` high, with medium grow rate & good wildlife value. Fair drought tolerence but likes moisture. Pretty fall colors.

Golden Currant
This is a 3-6’ small shrub, has a medium growth rate, a good drought tolerence but a short like span. Has a yellow flower, produces a tart fruit.

Redoiser Dogwood
Grows 7-10’ high with a fast growth rate but with a poor drought tolerence. Live span is medium, tolerates wetness and has a red bark. Excellent wildlife value.

Honeysuckle
Grows 10-12’ high, has a medium grow rate, fair drought tolerence, medium life span. Produces berries, excellent wildlife value.

Juneberry
Grows 6-15’high with a slow growth rate but has a poor drought tolerence. Has a medium life span & produces a highly prized fruit.

Common Lilac
Grows 8-12’ high, hardy with medium growth rate, good drought tolerence,fair wildlife value, long life span & showy, fragrant flowers.

Nannyberry Viburnum
Grows 10-14` high, slow grow rate, fair drought tolerence. Has long life span, turn red in fall and an excellent wildlife value.

Hansen Hedge Rose
Grows 4-6’high with a medium growth rate, good drought tolerence & a medium life span. Has a nice showy pink flower and an excellent wildlife value.

Sandbar Willow
Grows 3-6’ high, fast growth rate but has a poor drought tolerence & a medium life span. Plant in moist sites, survives floding & has a fair wildlife value.

Sumac
Grows 5-15’ high, slow growth rate, medium life span & a fair drought tolerence. Red fall colors with excellent wildlif value.
LOW DECIDUOUS TREES
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Species
Tree Information

Hardy Apricot
Grows to 10-15` high with a medium groth rate, has a fair drought tolerence & a medium life span. It flowers & produces a edible fruit. Fair wildlife value.

Common Chokecherry
This grows 12-25` high, has a medium growth rate with an excellent wildlife value. Drought tolerence is good and has a medium life span. Berries can be used for jelly.

Schubert Chokecherry
This grows 12-25` high, has a medium growth rate with an excellent wildlife value. Good drought tolerence & a medium life span. Berries can be used for jelly.Purple foliage.

Midwest Crabapple
Grows 10-25` high with a moderately growth rate, longlife span & good drought tolerence. Fire blight resistant & produecs a small fruit.

Siberian Crabapple
Grows 15-25` high with a medium growth rate, good drought tolerence & long life span. Wildlife value is excellent, subject to rabbit and rodent damage.

Amur Maple
Grows 15-20` high with a medium growth rate, good drought tolerence & medium life span. Wildlife value is good and has bright leaves in fall.

McDermand Pear
Grows 15-30` high, has a medium growth rate, a fair drought tolerence & a long live span. Has white flowers & produces a small edible fruit. Good wildlife value.

American Plum
Grows 8-12` high with a medium growth rate, good drought tolerence but as short life span. Edible fruit with thicket forming branchs. Excellent wildlife value.
Medium to Tall Trees
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Green Ash
Grows 35-65` high with a medium growth rate, good drought tolerence and a medium life span. Fair wildlife value & potential for Emerald Ash Borer.

Quaking Aspen
Grows 25-60` hight with a fast growth rate, poor drought tolerence & long life span. As a long life span. NOTE: This tree needs a good water supply.

Boxelder
Grows 30-60` high with a fast growth rate, fair drought tolerence & long life. Useful for riparian restoration and a fair wildlife value.

Ohio Buckeye
Grows 25-40’ high, with a medium growth rate, poor drought tolerence & a medium life span. Has attractive flowers & colors with a fair wildlife value.

Black Cherry
Grows 30-45` high with a fast growth rate, fair drought tolerence & a long life span. Produces fruit similar to chokecherry. Has a fair wildlife value.

Native Cottonwood
Grows 50-100` high with a fast growth rate, fair drought tolerence & long life span. Produces cotton and has a fair wildlife value.

Siouxland Cottonwood
Grows 50-100` high with a fast growth rate, fair drought tolerence & long life span. Cotton less tree and has a fair wildlife value.

Common Hackberry
Grows 440-60` high with a medium growth rate, a fair drought tolerence & long life span. a good replacement for an Elm or Ash. Has a good wildlife value.

Oahe Hackberry
Grows 40-60` high with a medium growth rate, fair drought tolerence & a long life span. Has a good wildlife value.

Little Leaf Linden
Grows 30-45` high with a medium growth rate, long life span but has a poor drought tolerence. Products a fragrant flowers and has a fair wildlife value.

Silver Maple
grows 40-60` high with a fast growth rate, a poor drought tolerence & a medium life span. Prone to limb breakage & has a good wildlife value.

Bur Oak
Grows 40-70’high with a slow growth rate, fair drought tolerence & a long life span. Produces acrons making it an excellent wildlife value.

Hybrid Poplar
Grows 40-60` high with a fast growth rate, fair drought tolerence & medium life span. Plant in a moist area. Has a fair wildlife value.

Prairie Sky Poplar
Grows 60-90` high with a medium grow rate, fair drought tolerence & long life span. Has a fair wildlife value.

Black Walnut
Grows 35-60` high with a medium growth rate, poor drought tolerence & long life span. Produces an edible nut, valuable prized lumber. Has a fair wildlife value.

Golden Willow
Grows 40-50’ high with a medium growth rate, a poor drought tolerence & a medium life span. Tolerates wetness & has a fair wildlife value.

Peachleaf Willow
Grows to 25-40` high with a fast growth rate, medium life span but has a poor drought tolerence. Needs full sun and has a fair wildlife value.
CONIFERS
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Cedar, Eastern Red
Grows 30-60` high with a medium grow rate, long life & a fair drought tolerence. Alkali tolerent, reddish in winter & excellent wildlife value.

Rocky Mountain Juniper
Grows 20-30` high with a slow growth rate, fair drought tolerence & a long life span. Has a dense pyramidal shape with excellent wildlife value.

Ponderosa Pine
Grows 50-70’ high has a medium growth rate, long life & good drought tolerence. Has 4-7` needles and large pine cones making this an excellent wildlife tree.

Scotch Pine
Grows 25-50` with a medium groth rate, long life & a fair drought tolerence. Has a scotch colored bark and has a good wildlife value.

Black Hills Spruce
Grows 30-60’ high witha medium growth rate, long life and fair drought tolerence. Winter hardy, dense pyramidal foliage and a excellent wildlife value.

Colorado Blue Spruce
Grows 30-65` high with a medium growh rate, long life & has a fair drought tolerence. Produces blue-green needles & has a fair wildlife value.
VINES
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Riverbank Grape
This is a climbing, fast growing vine with a long life & a fair drought tolerence. Poduces a edible fruit for jelly & wine. Excellent wildlife value.

Woodbine Grape
This is a climbing, fast growing vine, medium life span & fair drought tolerence. Has a toxic fruit to humans but a excellent wildlife plant.
TOTALS
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Price: $2.00 per tree or vine
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