Select which tree you would like down below!
There is no warranty on plant matieral. Trees will be delivered to Fauquier High School May 8th, and pickup will occur from 10-2pm. The purchaser will provide all tarps and tie down materials.
Buy 5 or more trees - 5% off - Enter coupoun "TREE5" at checkout
Buy 10 or more - 10% off - Enter coupoun "TREE10" at checkout
If 15 trees are sold, grower will donate one tree to FHS Class of 2021!
Red Maple- An excellent choice for your yard. It will add beauty and color to every landscape, and you'll enjoy the natural effects of its multi-seasonal blooms
Swamp White Oak - Wonderful choice for a large shade tree or lawn specimen. The large leaves are deep green on top, and silvery-white underneath, making an interesting two-tone effect. In fall they turn rich shades of yellow and orange-brown, often with tones of red as well.
Willow Oak - Thriving in moist to wet soils, it offers many textures and colors throughout the year with its delicate willow-like leaves that display beautiful autumnal shades in fall, deep green foliage in summer and light green leaves in spring. It is ideally suited as a shade tree.
Virginia Pine - This classic evergreen conifer reaches heights of up to 60 feet with a typical spread of 25-35 feet and develops a broad, rounded crown. This pine has smooth, reddish-brown bark that becomes scaly as the tree matures. Hardy in Zones 4-8, it prefers full sun. This evergreen is fast-growing and thrives in drought conditions.
Hackberry - This member of the Elm family is one tough tree that is highly adaptable to most soil types. Commonly seen along fence rows and fields, it will grow naturally near bodies of water including floodplains and drainage ditches. The Hackberry grows a broad crown with arching branches and produces red to purplish berries that birds enjoy.
Eastern Red Cedar - Evergreen, aromatic tree . Eastern red-cedar mature form is quite variable. This evergreen usually grows 30-40 ft. but can reach 90 ft. Fragrant, scale-like foliage can be coarse or fine-cut, and varies in color from gray-green to blue-green to light- or dark-green. All colors tend to brown in winter. Pale blue fruits occur on female plants. Soft, silvery bark covers the single trunk.The most widely distributed eastern conifer, it is resistant to extremes of drought, heat, and cold.
Tulip Poplar - The tulip poplar tree can be a great addition to your lawn or garden, as it is full and vibrant
White Oak - The white oak tree is a majestic tree and can be an excellent addition to a landscape, drought resitant, and sun loving
Burr Oak - Long living, Their large, leathery leaves create dense shade to keep you cool in summer, and the broad crown makes for a grand look. For a shade tree or to develop a wooded area, the Bur Oak cannot be beaten.
Chestnut Oak - Can live in many conditions, full and shady tree, last for years
Scarlet Oak - An impressive shade tree with a loosely pyramidal habit of growth and interesting leaves; fast growing for an oak, great as a fall accent in the home landscape; requires loose, acidic soils, develops iron chlorosis in alkaline soils
Red Oak - It grows into a majestic spreading tree at least 40 feet tall and 30 feet wide, and often much larger in time. In fall the leaves turn brilliant crimson, even in states not known for fall color. Plant it on a large lawn as a shade tree, or among other trees in a wooded area.
Post Oak - Medium to large size tree, gray bark, green leaves, full sun