Tree & Shrub Seedling Sale
Order pickup is in Warrensburg, NY
Each spring, the District offers a tree and shrub seedling sale in April to interested landowners throughout Warren County. We coordinate this program so landowners can take advantage of our bulk buying to improve the landscape around their property.
Buying young bare root seedlings is a small investment that can:
- Provide beneficial habitat for wildlife
- Encourage pollinators such as hummingbirds, butterflies, bees and more!
- Help stabilize and reduce soil erosion
- Improve water quality in Warren County
- Beautify areas in the community and much more!
Beyond the tree and shrub seedlings; you can also order fruit trees, conservation packs, tree shelters, bluebird, bat and wood duck houses, wildflower seed mixes, deer plot seed mix and upland game bird seed mixes.
If you have any questions related to this program, species selection, or planting ideas, please feel free to contact our office at any time.
Email: Maren Stoddard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 9,000 seedlings sold yearly!
“Acts of creation are ordinarily reserved for gods and poets, but humbler folk may circumvent this restriction if they know how. To plant a pine, for example, one need be neither god nor poet; one need only own a shovel.” – Aldo Leopold
Get to Know Your Planting Site!
Warren County USDA Hardiness Zones
Are you planning to plant a tree, garden, wildflower patch, raingarden or a food plot? Familiarize yourself with the area beforehand and take note of light conditions, soil characteristics, topography and land features.
Know your soil: Do you have sand or clay? Is the ground wet or dry? A soil test will help to understand the quality of your soil, contact your Cornell Cooperative Extension for information. For general information about your soils, visit the Web Soil Survey. Just enter your address, highlight the planting location and it will produce a general reference map of your soils.
Know your plants: What soil do they prefer? What wildlife will it attract? Native specimens will outperform other specimens. They will be healthier and last longer.
Know your frost cycle: To make sure your newly planted garden will survive the seasons, you will need to know your area’s average frost dates. In Warren County frost has been seen in mid April and late October, be aware of weather conditions.