1 CONSERVATION tree AND SHRUB PROGRAM 2019 CATALOG . Phone: (585) 753-7380 MONROE COUNTY. SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT (SWCD). MONRO COUNTY FLEET CENTER. 145 PAUL ROAD, BUILDING #5 ROCHESTER, NY 14624. (585) 753-7380. INSIDE: This is your opportunity to improve the Table of Contents (p. 2). value of your property while developing wildlife habitat, minimizing erosion, and enjoying the New & Featured Species (p. 3). beauty of the natural world! Detailed Information for individual What are seedlings, transplants, tree and SHRUB species (p.)
2 4-6). rooted clumps and dormant plants? Groundcovers & Other Plants (p. 7). CONSERVATION Multipacks (p. 8-11). A seedling is a bare root tree or SHRUB . We carry one, two and three year seedlings, depending on if Seed Packets (p. 12). it's a conifer, hardwood or SHRUB . Seedlings are Enhancement Items (p. 12). shipped while dormant, without a root ball or soil, Ordering Details (p. 13). but are covered in a moist Online/Credit Card Payment ___(p. 13). material or root dipped to Overstock Sale (p. 13). retain moisture. A. transplant is a seedling ecopark Information (p.
3 14). grown for a year or two, then replanted to another MEETING YOUR REQUESTS: bed to allow for We've made a few changes to this year's tree development of a fibrous and SHRUB PROGRAM including: root system and more We now offer online ordering and credit branching. A rooted clump card payment options! is a dormant rooted plant With 26 tree , SHRUB , and plant species without top growth. It may offered as well as 4 variety packs; we have not have leafing but is ready Pictured above: something for you! to grow! A sample of what a Are you interested in getting a quote for 500.
4 2-3 year old plants (or more)? Contact our office for more seedling may look like. information. The 2019 tree and SHRUB PROGRAM CATALOG is available through the CONSERVATION District's website at: Please help conserve paper and choose to print only when necessary. Page 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS. PLEASE NOTE: Sizes of stock may vary from year to year. Although we can not guarantee a size, be sure to check the sizes listed on the order form and within this CATALOG when making your selections. New Species Highlights ..3 Groundcovers Conifers Black-eyed Susan 7.
5 Colorado Blue Spruce .. 4 False Indigo .7 NEW! Douglas Fir .. 4 NEW! New Jersey Tea ..7 NEW! Eastern 4 LARGER Wild Geranium ..7. SIZE. Eastern White Pine ..4 CONSERVATION Plant Multi-Packs Fraser Fir .. 4 Edible Fruit Multi-Pack .. 8. Norway Spruce .. 4 Fern Plant Pack .. 9. White Spruce .. 4 Native Flowering tree & SHRUB Pack .10. Deciduous Shrubs Hosta Variety Pack .. 11. Black Elderberry ..5 NEW! Seed Packets . 5 NEW! Wildlife Food Plot Seed Mix .. 12. Ninebark .. 5 NEW! Wildflower Seed Mix (full sun) .. 12. Deciduous Trees Wildflower Seed Mix (partial shade).
6 12. American Hazelnut .. 5 LARGER Enhancement Items SIZE. American Sycamore .. 5 Bat Box .. 12. Black Cherry .. 5 Bluebird Nest Box .. 12. Persimmon 5 NEW! Fertilizer Tablets (Slow Release) .. 12. Red Oak .. 6 Flags .. 12. River Birch .6 NEW! tree Shelters .. 12. Sugar Maple .. 6 Ordering Details .. 13. Sweetgum ..6 NEW! Overstock Sale .. 13. Tulip Poplar ..6 NEW! ecopark Information .. 14. White Flowering Dogwood 6 NEW! White Oak .. 6. Wild Plum .. 6 LARGER. Don't Miss Our SIZE. tree and SHRUB Overstock Sale Distribution will be: April 20, 2019 from 9:00 am - 11:00 am April 18-19, 2019 at the Monroe County ecopark.
7 9:00 am until 5:00 pm This is a rain or shine event. Not all species may at the Monroe County ecopark, be available during the overstock sale. All 10 Avion Drive, Rochester, NY 14624 remaining species, are first come, first serve. *Note: Printed copies of the 2019 tree and SHRUB PROGRAM CATALOG are available through our office, upon request for a fee. Page 3. NEW OR FEATURED tree & SHRUB SPECIES FOR 2019. Douglas Fir Black Elderberry Growing at a moderate rate, This species is great for this conifer can grow up to providing food and habitat 200 feet tall at maturity.
8 It is to wildlife on your property. great for Christmas trees or This fast growing SHRUB can providing habitat for reach up to 10 feet tall and wildlife. It grows well in full does best in full to partial sun and well drained soils. sun. (Page 5). (Page 4). Ninebark Buttonbush This deciduous SHRUB This deciduous SHRUB can produces small, white and grow up to 12 feet tall and pink flowers in late spring to produces unique, white early summer. This species flowers in early summer. this great for pollinators such This species is commonly as butterflies.
9 It does well in used in raingardens as it full to partial sun and a wide does well in medium to wet range of soil moisture soils. (Page 5). conditions. (Page 5). Persimmon Sweetgum This drought tolerant, Growing up to 80 feet tall, deciduous tree can grow up this species does well in full to 60 feet tall. It does well in sun, making it a great tree to full to partial sun and dry to give any sunny yard some medium moisture shade. In the fall the fragrant conditions. (Page 5) leaves of this tree turn bright red. (Page 6). River Birch Tulip Poplar This deciduous tree does well This unique tree is in the in full to partial sun and magnolia family.
10 It is a fast makes a great shade tree for growing species that can grow sunny yards. It also is great up to 100 feet tall. This tree has for reducing erosion. The tulip shaped leaves and unique bark on this species is produces yellow flowers in light brown and paper-like on late spring to early summer. younger trees. (Page 6) (Page 6). Questions? Call Monroe County SWCD @ (585) 753-7380. Page 4. CONIFERS. Colorado Blue Spruce Fraser Fir (Picea pungens) Native (Abies fraseri) Non-Native Slow growth rate, up to 100 feet. This stately tree is commonly used Prefers moist, acidic, well-drained for Christmas tree production and soils with partial to full sun.