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Hardwood Trees

In addition to our Southern yellow pine seedlings, Dwight Stansel Farm & Nursery also grows many species of hardwoods and other conifers.  These are bare-root seedlings that can be used  for reclamation, mitigation projects, potting, transplanting directly and field  grown, landline borders, landscaping, or to create  an arboretum in your own yard. The cost to do your own planting is very minimal when compared to other methods.

Shipping is convenient with UPS delivery directly to you. You may also visit our farm and pick-up your seedlings at our nursery.

Enjoy yourself as you browse our inventory of trees and allow your visions to become reality by creating  a lasting legacy with carbon reducing trees.

Please note: Minimun order on all hardwoods is 100 seedlings.

BUTTONBUSH - Cephalanthus occidentalis

The Common Buttonbush has Green foliage and conspicuous White flowers, with conspicuous White fruits or seeds. The greatest bloom is usually observed in the Spring. The Common Buttonbush has a Short life span relative to most other plant species and a moderate growth rate. At maturity, the typical Common Buttonbush will reach up to 20 feet high, with a maximum height at 20 years of 20 feet. Common Buttonbush has Medium tolerance to drought and restricted water conditions.

100 - 999 -$.40 each

1000 - up -  $.20 each
 
SYCAMORE – Platanus occidentalis

A sycamore tree is easily recognized by its mottled exfoliating bark. The bark of the trunk and larger limbs flakes off in great irregular masses, leaving the surface mottled, and greenish-white, gray and brown. A sycamore can grow to massive proportions, reaching 98' to 131' high and about 4'11" to 6'6" in diameter when left to grow in deep soils. The sycamore tree is often divided near the ground into several secondary trunks, very free from branches. Spreading limbs at the top make an irregular, open head. 

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100 -999- $.40 each
1000 - up -  $.20 each

 
RIVER BIRCH - Betula nigra
The River Birch has Green foliage and inconspicuous Brown flowers, with inconspicuous Brown fruits or seeds. The greatest bloom is usually observed in the Mid Spring. The River Birch has a Short life span relative to most other plant species and a Rapid growth rate. At maturity, the typical River Birch will reach up to 70 feet high, with a maximum height at 20 years of 70 feet. River Birch has low tolerance to drought and restricted water conditions. 

 


100 - 999 - $.40 each

1000 - up - $.195 each
 
RED BAY – Persa borbonis

This graceful evergreen tree attains heights to 70' and can reach 3' in diameter. It develops a dense, pyramidal crown with gently drooping branches. The bright green, persistent, aromatic leaves are simple and oblong or lance shaped and 3"-4" long. Its fruit is a small bright blue to shiny black drupe. It has slender twigs and reddish-brown scaly bark.



100 -999-  $.40 each         $275.00 Per 1,000

 

 
Chinquapin Trees –Castanea pumila

The Chinquapin is a sub-species of the Chestnut family. It grows as a small tree or bush. Chinquapins are delicious eaten right out of the burr in the Fall. Chinquapins have a single nut in the burr, unlike chestnuts that have nut divisions. They are understory trees that grow in our native forests. However, heavy logging throughout the U.S has made finding native chinquapins harder than ever. The chinquapin tree is excellent for fresh eating, roasting, or for wildlife food. Stansel Nursery offers these rare trees on a limited supply. So, order early to reserve your chinquapin trees.

 

100-999 - $.40 each
1000 - up - $.210 each
 
SWAMP TUPELO – Nyssa biflora

Swamp tupelo is an important species for the wildlife of North America. Wood ducks, wild turkeys, robins, foxes, and black bears depend on the dark blue fruit as a source of food in the fall. White-tailed deer and beavers savor the flavor of the leaves and twigs. Trees range in height from 50 to 130 feet, averaging 80 feet. Larger trees make an excellent veneer that is easily stained and the smaller trees are frequently used to make paper. 

 

100 -999 - $.40 each
1000 - up -  $.20each

 
BLACKGUM – Nyssa sylvatica

The black gum tree is a hardwood in the tupelo family which may grow up to 75-80 feet tall. Amazingly, these trees live beyond 400 years! The tree bark ranges from reddish brown to steel gray. As the tree ages, the bark develops deep irregular ridges and diamond shaped plates that resemble the scales of an alligator.

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100 - 999- $.40 each

1000 - up - $.20 each

 

 
WATER TUPELO – Nyssa aquatica

Water tupelo, also called cottongum, sourgum, swamp tupelo, tupelo-gum, and water-gum, is a large, long-lived tupelo tree that grows in U.S. southern swamps and flood plains where its root system is periodically under water. It has a swollen base that tapers to a long, clear bole and often occurs in pure stands. A good mature tree will produce commercial timber used for furniture and crates. Many kinds of wildlife eat the fruits and it is a favored honey tree.

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100-999 - $.40 each
1000 - up - $.195 each
 
 
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