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tree seedlings and shrubs.
a personalized tree planting plan.
how to plant trees properly.
to the Forests for the Future Fund.
Contact information
For ordering information:
Griffith State Nursery
For nursery related questions:
One of Wisconsin's state nurseries

Purchase seed from us

Sowing tree seeds is a reforestation alternative to planting seedlings on some sites. This approach requires specialized site preparation, an understanding of seeding methods and post seeding follow up for the best chance of success.

The following seed is available this year:

Species (seed condition)Time of availability
Black cherry (cleaned seed)Year round (stored seed)
Shagbark hickory (w/out hulls)October
Bur oak (with caps attached)September-October
Red oak (w/out caps)October
Jack pine (cleaned seed, w/out wings)Year round (stored seed)
Red pine (cleaned seed, w/out wings)Year round (stored seed)
White pine (cleaned seed, w/out wings)Year round (stored seed)
Tamarack (cleaned seed, w/out wings)Year round (stored seed)
Black walnut (w/out hulls)October-November

Contact with a knowledgeable forester is required prior to ordering seed. An application form is available from DNR foresters or Reforestation staff.

Last revised: Monday December 02 2019