We grow our specimen trees here at the farm, so they are acclimated to our Central Oregon climate. They are a minimum of 2″ caliper on deciduous and 6′ tall on evergreens and have the root ball sizes of 28″, 32″, 36″, or 40″ depending on the size of the tree. You can haul the tree yourself or delivery arrangements can be made with Instant Landscaping. We dig our trees in January and February (weather depending), and we will try to post availabilities at that time.
Below is a listing of what is currently available in a variety of root ball sizes:
Aspens: Quaking Aspen and Quaking Aspen Clumps
Evergreens: Colorado Spruce, Black Hills Spruce and Austrian Pines
Flowering: Paul’s Scarlet Hawthorn, Adams Crabapple, Indian Summer Crabapple, Prairiefire Crabapple, Royalty Crabapple, Springsnow Crabapple, Sugar Tyme Crabapple, Canada Red Chokecherry, Yoshino Cherry, Autumn Blaze Pear, Aristocrat Pear, Cleveland Select Pear, Springshow Pear, New Bradford Pear and Mayday Trees
Maples: Burgundy Belle, Deborah, Emerald Queen, Autumn Radiance and Red Sunset
Other Deciduous: Green Pillar Oak, Northern Red Oak, Pin Oak, Cardinal Mountain Ash, European Mountain Ash, Heritage River Birch, Jacquemontii Birch, Japanese White Birch, Renaissance Paper Birch, Whitespire Birch, Yukon White Birch, Greenspire Linden, Redmond Linden, Szelste Linden, Autumn Purple Ash, Nor Easter Poplar and Theves Poplar
Prices vary by species so come out and take a look!
All B&B (28-40″ diameter root balled) tree varieties available will be listed below by March 10, 2017.
The sizes are generally as follows:
28″ ball trees are 2-3″ caliper on deciduous trees and 6-8′ tall on evergreens.
32″ ball trees are 3-3.5″ caliper on deciduous trees and 8-9′ tall on evergreens.
36″ ball trees are 3.5-4″ caliper on deciduous trees and 9-10′ tall on evergreens.
40″ ball trees are over 4″ caliper on deciduous trees and over 10′ tall on evergreens.
We dig our trees in January and February, and this will be the selection to choose from for the entire season. Please call for prices and availability; or stop by the farm to pick out the one that is right for your yard.