The pre-order period for the 2013 Annual Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale has ended, but we will be hosting our Surplus Sale during the pickup days, April 5 from 8am-5pm and April 6 from 9am-3pm. The surplus sale is held on a first come, first serve basis and prices are not discounted in comparison to the pre-order. We are only able to accept cash or check.
Seedling Pickup/Surplus Sale: April
sales brochure here, which includes all of the available
species, pricing and sales/order information. You can print off
just the order form and mail it
and your payment into the district office, or you can use our
new on-line order form here.
Most of our seedlings are bare-root and range
in size from 3-24’’ when purchased by the customer. All
seedlings come in bundles of five, which makes it convenient to
share them with friends, family and neighbors.For reforestation
purposes we also offer our reforestation conifers (Douglas-fir,
ponderosa pine and western larch) in a larger Plug-1 size,
which has a larger root mass to improve survivability and for
better defense against deer, gophers and other wildlife. These
are sold in minimum quantities of 100 per
species.All seedling orders require a
minimum 50% deposit at the time the order is placed with the
remainder due upon pickup. It’s very important to note that
unfortunately we can only accept cash and
checks for payment; we cannot accept debit or credit
cards. We can also not accept online orders - all orders need
to be placed in person or through the mail.
Gro-low sumac (potted)
For those who miss the order deadline, or who decide they can’t
live without more trees and shrubs, we also hold our
Surplus Sale at the same time as the
distribution days. Everything that wasn't pre-sold will be
available for purchase on-site and are sold on a first-come,
We also provide a brochure on proper planting techniques and
during the distribution days/surplus sale; we have foresters,
arborists, and Master Gardeners on hand to answer all of your
tree and shrub questions!
A variety of fertilizers and repellents can be found at several
local stores and tree tubes (not to be used on conifers) can be
found online at Treesentials and Plantra.
All questions about the tree & shrub sale can be sent to
Erica VanNatta. Questions about specific tree and shrubs
that we sell, including planting issues and which species would
grow best in your area, please contact Garth
For information about shrubs or plants that
we do not carry through our sale, please contact the Master Gardener Resource Center & Plant Clinic
through the WSU-Spokane County Extension Office. They can
answer questions regarding plant identification, and about
insects and diseases.