Here are all the young trees in spring of 2015, the year that production started.
This photo is taken from the North/East side.
This photo is taken from the the South/West side.
Since then the nursery has expanded and more trees have been added. Presently, the trees are:
♥ Bur Oak ♥ White Birch ♥ Tamarack ♥ Red Maple ♥ Black Walnut ♥ Yellow Birch ♥ White Oak ♥ Eastern Redbud ♥ Ironwood ♥ Tulip Tree ♥ Basswood ♥ Hackberry ♥ Black Cherry ♥ Eastern Hemlock ♥ Balsam Fir
See below for more details.
Bur oaks are up to 1 m tall and all are planted in 2-gallon containers.
This oak grows to a broad spreading rounded shade tree. Leaves are dark green with deep rounded lobes. Needs full sun.
One of the most loved trees in Ontario. The bark of the mature tree becomes white and exfoliates in papery stripes. This tree attracts birds and needs full sun to grow.
Tamaracks are up to 1.5 m tall and are planted in 1-gallon containers.
Tamarack is a rapid growing conifer with soft bluish green needles which turn golden yellow in the fall and shed. It needs full sun to grow.
Red maples are up to 1 m tall and all are planted in 1-gallon containers.
Red maple needs full sun to grow but does well in partial shade too. The leaves are green in summer but turn to vibrant red in autumn.
Black walnuts are up to 1 m tall and all are planted in 2-gallon containers.
Black walnut has large command leaves which emerge in late spring and turn yellow and drop in early fall. It needs full sun to grow.
Yellow birches are up to 1 m tall and are planted in 1-gallon containers
Yellow birch is another favorited Ontario tree. It has shiny silver gray or yellowish bark but turns to brown as it grows. It Can grow in full or partial sun.
White oaks are up to 2 m tall and are planted in 2 and 3-gallon containers.
White oak has deep rounded lobes which emerge in pink colour in spring but turn to green later. Fall colours are brown with shades of dark red. Prefers full sun to grow.
Eastern Redbuds are up to 1.5 m tall and are planted in 4-gallon containers.
Redbud is a small tree and it blooms with pink purple flowers on bare branches, even before the leaves open, in early spring. The leaves are green almost heart shape and turn yellow in the fall.
Ironwoods are up to 2 m tall and planted in 2-gallon containers.
Ironwood has lance shaped, serrated dark green leaves which turn yellow in the fall. It prefers full sun to grow but does well in partial shade too.
Tulip trees are up to 1.5 m tall and planted in 2-gallon containers
Tulip tree has a very distinctive leaf shape and the flowers which bloom from May to June are tulip-like. The leaves turn to golden yellow in the fall. This tree also needs full sun to grow.
Basswoods are up to 2 m tall and planted in 3-gallon containers.
The leaves are oval dark green which turn to pale yellow in the fall. The flowers are fragrant pale yellow. Basswood prefers full sun but does well in partial sun too.
Hackberries are up to 1 m tall and planted in 2-gallon containers.
Hackberry has simple ovate leaves and turn to bright yellow in the fall. It is a shade tree and can tolerate a wide range of soil conditions. It does well in partial sun or even full shade.
Black cherries are up to 1 m tall and planted in 1 and 2-gallon containers.
Black cherry has elliptical dark green leaves which turn to yellow and rose in the fall. Clusters of fragrant white flowers are followed by dark red cherries. The tree attracts birds and needs full sun.
Eastern Hemlocks are up to 1 m tall and planted in 2-gallon containers.
This tree needs to be planted in areas with partial sun and be protected from strong winds. Eastern hemlocks is deer resistant.
Balsam firs are up to 1.5 m tall and are planted in 2-gallon containers.
Balsam fir is frequently used as Christmas tree and is very fragrant, which makes it one of the most aromatic of all firs.