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Abies balsamea : Balsam Fir Abies balsamea : Balsam Fir

Most common understock for true fir grafting, used for Christmas trees in cold climates. Popular in eastern U.S. and southern Canada, but does well in Pacific NW. Short bright green needles. Usually cultured by shearing.

Abies bornmuelleriana : Turkish Fir Abies bornmuelleriana : Turkish Fir

Similar to Nordman Fir in form and culture Turkish Fir breaks bud earlier and grows faster. Excellent needle retention. Accepts heat and damp soils, and low elevations. Gaining in popularity for grafting due to moisture tolerance.

Abies fraseri : Fraser Fir Abies fraseri : Fraser Fir

Very popular Christmas tree in Eastern United States. Needles are short, green with silver underside, and fragrant. Excellent needle retention. Shear or hand culture. Needs summer humidity to do well. In Pacific NW high elevation, northern regions and irrigation help.

Abies grandis : Grand Fir Abies grandis : Grand Fir

Flat medium green needles, fragrant. Tolerates moist soil. Shear.

Abies nordmanniana : Nordmann Fir Abies nordmanniana : Nordmann Fir

Nearly identical to Turkish Fir, Nordman breaks bud 7-10 days later so is good for frost pockets and northern locations. Good for pots and grafting. Needles are flat, dark green & glossy. Excellent needle retention. Slow growing, will tolerate high soil temps. Very high demand, shear.

Abies procera : Noble Fir Abies procera : Noble Fir

Famous for exceptional quality. Dark green needles are slightly curved upward on branches in even whirls. Natural or cultured. Superior for wreaths.

Acer circinatum : Vine Maple Acer circinatum : Vine Maple

Native to 15'-20', tolerates shade but develops beautiful red to gold leaves in full sun.Often multi stemmed, good for urban landscapes.

Acer macrophyllum : Big Leaf Maple Acer macrophyllum : Big Leaf Maple

Large, hand sized leaves turn a soft yellow in the fall, it prefers moist, well drained soil. The largest of the maples, it can easily grow to 40' or more. Common for tree houses.

Alnus rhombifolia : White Alder Alnus rhombifolia : White Alder

Fast growing tree to 75', prefers shady moist sites but will tolerate full sun. Straight gray/white trunks yield high log volumes and good values.

Alnus rubra : Red Alder Alnus rubra : Red Alder

Root nodules fix nitrogen which helps forest conifers grow. Tall and narrow, needs moist, well drained soils in Cascade and Coastal foothills. Good for firewood, furniture.

Arbutus menziesii : Pacific Madrone Arbutus menziesii : Pacific Madrone

Cinnamon red bark peels in strips to reveal satiny green wood below. Large, glossy evergreen leaves. Fragrant flowers become red berries. Bark and leaves have astringent medicinal use.

Calocedrus decurrens : Incense Cedar Calocedrus decurrens : Incense Cedar

Dark green foliage tipped with bright yellow buds in winter. Fast growing.

Cedrus deodara : Deodar Cedar Cedrus deodara : Deodar Cedar

Favored Cedrus understock. Graceful evergreen, blue-green needles, fast growing. Shipping available Dec. 15 to March 1 only. Est. caliper 2/16".

Chamaecyparis lawnsoniana : Port Orford Cedar Chamaecyparis lawnsoniana : Port Orford Cedar

Lacy, lightweight blue green foliage, on drooping branches, pyramidal shaped tree. Port Orford Cedar is heavily used in garlands and florist sprays. May develop root rot on coast but usually grows 40 yrs in Willamette Valley before losing vigor and allowing disease to overcome them. Shipping available through March 1st only.

Cornus sericea : Red Osier Dogwood Cornus sericea : Red Osier Dogwood

A small, frequently multi stemmed tree of 6'-10' tall. The red stems are striking in winter, especially in snow. The clustered white flowers become small berries held high above the foliage. The leaves are rich purple red in fall. A highly ornamental native.

Fraxinus latifolia : Oregon Ash Fraxinus latifolia : Oregon Ash

A fast growing wetland tree it will even grow in standing water. Used for firewood and chips. Fast growing, small leaves turn yellow gold in fall.

Gaultheria shallon : Salal Gaultheria shallon : Salal

Low, evergreen shrub. Glossy, oval leaves on low evergreen shrub. Provides watershed protection, berries are a dietary staple for birds. Greens have commercial value to florists.

Holodiscus discolor : Oceanspray Holodiscus discolor : Oceanspray

A multi stemmed tree 10'-12' tall, 6'-8' wide, with masses of foamy cream colored flowers from July to September. Large fibrous root systems. It tolerates wet, dry and salty sites.

Larix decidua : European Larch Larix decidua : European Larch

Deciduous conifer, understock is very cold hardly, used for ornamental in wet climates. Est row run caliper 2/16"+.

Larix leptolepsis : Japanese Larch Larix leptolepsis : Japanese Larch

Deciduous conifer, understock is very cold hardly to zone 2, used for ornamental in wet climates. Est row run caliper 2/16"+.

Lonicera involucrata : Twinberry Lonicera involucrata : Twinberry

A bushy shrub up to 6' and wide. Small yellow flowers growing in pairs mature into glossy black berries surrounded by deep red bracts. Prefers full sun to part shade, moist or well drained soils.

Mahonia aquifolium : Oregon Grape Mahonia aquifolium : Oregon Grape

Holly shaped evergreen leaves. Bright yellow flowers in early spring become blue berries. The roots have an antiseptic quality. The foliage turns a bronze red in fall with some leaves turning a bright red in mid winter. It grows to 5' and prefers moderate to dry soils.

Mahonia nervosa : Longleaf Mahonia Mahonia nervosa : Longleaf Mahonia

Native above 750 feet, foothills to forest line. Low growing, usually 2'-3'. Fronds of holly like foliage grow fern like, from a central point. Clusters of bright yellow flowers become bunches of blue berries. Highly popular ornamental Pacific NW native, high demand makes early order essential.

Mahonia repens : Creeping Mahonia Mahonia repens : Creeping Mahonia

Native to Rocky Mountains. Low growing shrub, usually 3'-4'. Looks much like Oregon Grape but slightly rounder leaves and lower height. Clusters of bright yellow flowers become bunches of blue berries. Highly popular ornamental Pacific NW native.

Philadelphus lewesii : Mock Orange Philadelphus lewesii : Mock Orange

Deciduous shrub to 6', clusters of white flowers cover the shrub with an intense orange fragrance. Very ornamental and flexible on most sites and conditions.

Physocarpus capitatus : Ninebark Physocarpus capitatus : Ninebark

Small shrub to 5' has white flowers in tiny round clusters. Fall color is outstanding and shredded bark gives winter interest. Tolerates wet, clay soils.

Picea abies : Norway Spruce Picea abies : Norway Spruce

Medium green, fast growing, tolerate shearing well. Good cold climate Christmas tree, heavily used as understock for all Spruce grafting.

Picea omorika : Serbian Spruce Picea omorika : Serbian Spruce

Narrow habit to 90', needles are dark, glossy green on top, white underneath. Dense growth. Very popular ornamental and Christmas trees, needle retention excellent. Hardy to -15 degrees.

Picea pungens : Colorado Spruce Picea pungens : Colorado Spruce

Picea sitchensis : Sitka Spruce Picea sitchensis : Sitka Spruce

Pacific NW Coast Range native, fast growing in wet soils. Good timber tree alternate where Douglas Fir gets Swiss Needle Cast. Can grow to 200'.

Pinus contorta : Shore Pine Pinus contorta : Shore Pine

Fast growing, moisture tolerant, grows to 30'. Short, rich green, two needle/bundle. Easily adaptable to shearing, bonsai, poodle. Short needle pine from the Oregon Coast. Shear. Also good for wreaths and greens.

Pinus contorta, murrayana : Lodgepole Pine Pinus contorta, murrayana : Lodgepole Pine

Native to sunny, dry, cold eastern Oregon. Growth is fast and very straight. Good 2 needle alternate to Scotch Pine for grafting.

Pinus griffithi : Griffith Pine (Himalayan Pine) Pinus griffithi : Griffith Pine (Himalayan Pine)

Pinus jeffreyi : Jeffrey Pine Pinus jeffreyi : Jeffrey Pine

Close relative to Ponderosa Pine with even longer needles and huge barrel shaped cones. Trees can grow to 200' and live for hundreds of years.

Pinus leucodermis : Bosnian Pine Pinus leucodermis : Bosnian Pine

Dark glossy green needles. Very slow dense habit. Good natural shape. Very hardy.

Pinus mugo mughus : Swiss Mt. Pine, Mugo Pine Pinus mugo mughus : Swiss Mt. Pine, Mugo Pine

Popular ornamental from foothills of Tyrolean Alps, faster than high elevation Pumilio, grows to 8'-10', easy to fill 1 gallon can when sheared.

Pinus mugo pumilio : Dwarf Swiss Mt. Pine Pinus mugo pumilio : Dwarf Swiss Mt. Pine

A slow growing pine. Mature height is rarely over 4'. Slower growing than mughus, finer textured needles. Also usually sheared into a tight, formal, low mound.

Pinus nigra : Austrian Pine Pinus nigra : Austrian Pine

Fast growing pine with velvety white candles, needles 4" to 6" long on upright branches. Cold tolerant and easy to grow. Disease resistant. Also available in plugs.

Pinus ponderosa : Ponderosa Pine Pinus ponderosa : Ponderosa Pine

Pinus strobiformis : Southwestern White Pine Pinus strobiformis : Southwestern White Pine

Best 5 needle understock for SW USA markets, tolerates high alkaline soils and high heat. Needles medium long, blue and stiff.

Pinus strobus : Eastern White Pine Pinus strobus : Eastern White Pine

Best 5 needle understock for eastern markets, needles are long and fine. Can be used as a Christmas tree. Sensitive to root rot. Very sensitive to wet roots, keep them dry. Estimated caliper 2/16"-3/16".

Pinus sylvestris : Scotch Pine Pinus sylvestris : Scotch Pine

Very hardy two needle pine. Estimated caliper 3/16" - 1/4". Can be sheared into topiary, pom-pom shape, or as a Christmas tree. Very tolerant of cold climates or wet soils as well as hot dry locations.

Pinus thunbergii : Japanese Black Pine Pinus thunbergii : Japanese Black Pine

Narrow, fast growing for mild climates. Traditional for Japanese gardens, takes training well.

Pinus wallichiana : Himalayan Pine (Griffith Pine) Pinus wallichiana : Himalayan Pine (Griffith Pine)

Populus trichocarpa : Black Cottonwood Populus trichocarpa : Black Cottonwood

Very fast growing, deciduous tree with heart shaped leaves. Tolerates standing water. Low quality firewood, can be used for pulp but not common.

Pseudotsuga menziesii : Douglas Fir Pseudotsuga menziesii : Douglas Fir

Oregon's primary timber tree. Fast, also good for Christmas Tree.

Rhamnus purshiana : Cascara Rhamnus purshiana : Cascara

Small tree with dark green, leaves that are deeply veined give a distinctive waffle look. Highly ornamental, the bark is used as a natural laxative.

Rosa nutkana : Nutka Rose Rosa nutkana : Nutka Rose

Nutka Rose grows tall and erect. Fragrant pink flowers are quite large, occasionally more than 2" in diameter, becoming edible red hips in the fall. It prefers a moist but not wet site. Native from Oregon to Alaska.

Rosa pisocarpa : Swamp Rose Rosa pisocarpa : Swamp Rose

A shrubby wild rose commonly found on moist forest edges or on fence rows. The round pink flowers grow into edible red hips, it has few thorns. It prefers at least part sun.

Salix sitchensis : Sitka Willow Salix sitchensis : Sitka Willow

A small, usually shrubby tree, that reaches 25'. Heavily branched, the leaves are distinctive by their glossy sheen on the underside. Usually found in low lying wetlands.

Sequoiadendron giganteum : Giant Sequoia Sequoiadendron giganteum : Giant Sequoia

Fast growing conifer is often grafted with weeping form. Also popular as evergreen screen with dense gray/green foliage, grows to 300'.

Symphoricarpus alba : Snowberry Symphoricarpus alba : Snowberry

Low deciduous shrub with blue/green oval leaves, small bell shaped pinkish flowers and white waxy berries. Tolerates very dry or wet conditions. Excellent for streambank restorations.

Thuja plicata : Western Red Cedar Thuja plicata : Western Red Cedar

High value timber tree grows easily to 150' or more. Prefers shade, especially in early years. Hard to establish in full sun. Moist, well drained soils. The foliage is used in Christmas greenery, but less commonly than Port Orford Cedar.

Tsuga canadensis : Canadian Hemlock Tsuga canadensis : Canadian Hemlock

Native to Eastern USA, tolerates both sun and shade. Moist well drained soils are best but tolerates moderately dry. Takes shearing very well the fine textured squared needles make beautiful large scale hedges and topiary.

Tsuga heterophylla : Western Hemlock Tsuga heterophylla : Western Hemlock

Native to Western USA forests where it grows tall and very graceful but needs shady, moist conditions.

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Trees are about 3"-6" tall, heavy roots pruned to 8". Caliper will be approx. 2/16"-3/16 or 3-4 mm.
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0.450 USD
Bare root trees are 6"-12" tall and root pruned to 6".
0.500 USD
Shipped bare root plants are 2 years old,12" or larger and root pruned to 6".
0.500 USD

Bare root trees are 6"-12" tall and root pruned to 7"-8". Caliper will be approximately 3/16" or 4mm.
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0.450 USD
Bare root trees, these were transplanted to boost caliper and root systems. Three year old trees 18"+, root pruned to 10".
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0.650 USD
An evergreen shrub to five feet. New holly shaped leaves are bronze/gold that mature green and becaome rich red/gold/green in winter. Small bright yellow flowers turn to blue berries.
0.450 USD

Bare root plants 8" tall, root pruned to 7"-8". Caliper is 2/16", occasionally 3/16" or 4-5 mm
0.500 USD
Bare root plants 2" -4" tall, root pruned to 5"-6". Caliper is 2/16" or 3-5 mm.
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0.450 USD
Bare root plants have stems 2" and multiple leaves approx 4" long growing from the crown. Root pruned to 6". Caliper is 2/16" or 4mm-5mm.
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0.500 USD

The P-1 format provide a tree with heavy roots and a compact top with heavy caliper. Best "root to shoot" ratio. The roots are pruned to 8"-10".
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0.550 USD
Shipped bare root, the two year old trees are 12" to 24", most are 18" or more. Roots are pruned to 8".
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0.450 USD
Trees are about 6"-12" tall and root pruned to 6" -7". Caliper will be approximately 3/16" or 4mm.
0.450 USD

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