Habitat Variety Packs


C = Christmas Tree

F = Human Food

H = Habitat/Food  for Wildlife

N = Native

T = Timber


Native Flowering Pack (*Due to recent storm damage Eastern Redbud will be substituted for Black Chokeberry. Thank you for your understanding*)

Include 2 of each: Eastern Redbud, Juneberry, Buffaloberry, American Cranberry, Elderberry (for descriptions of American Cranberry and Elderberry please see the Fruit and Nut Trees Page )



Eastern Redbud (Cercis Canadensis)

Conservation Practices: H, N

Soil: Moist to well-drained

Growth Rate: Moderate

Description:15-25′ multi-stemmed, large shrub/small tree with pink flowers in early spring.


Juneberry (Amelanchier arborea) also known as Downy Serviceberry

Conservation Practices:F, H, N

Soil: Well-drained to dry

Growth Rate: Moderate

Description: 15-30′ tall, multi-stemmed shrub/small tree, white bunches of flowers form in early spring. Berries ripen in early to mid-summer and are tasty to both wildlife and humans.





Buffaloberry   (Shepherdia Canadensis)

Conservation Practices: N, H

Soil:Wet to Moist

Growth Rate: Moderate

Description: 3-8′ tall shrub with small yellow flowers in early spring, and red fruits in mid to late summer.





Pond Pack

Includes 2 of each of the following: Buttonbush, Native (paper) Birch, Ninebark, Red Osier Dogwood, and Stream Co Willow. (For descriptions of Buttonbush, Ninebark and Red Osier Dogwood please see the Deciduous Shrubs Page. For a description of Native (paper) Birch please see the Deciduous Trees Page.)


Stream Co Willow (Salix purpurea)

Conservation Practices: H

Soil: Wet -Moist

Growth Rate: Rapid

Description: 10-20′ multi-stemmed shrub. Used extensively for erosion control on the edge of waterbodies.