Below are links to our retail pricelists. We understand that most everything else you buy has increased somewhat dramatically over the past year or so. We are trying very hard to keep prices steady, or just a few tweaks here in there. We understand the value of your dollar, and want you to get the most from it. For info on sales and discounts please check out our Bargin Bin Page.
How to read the pricelists. Trees are measured a few different ways. As you look across the top of the columns in the pricelist you will notice numbers that denote different sizes. A #1, #5, #10, #15, etc refers to a container size that the plant is grown in. This could be a shrub, perennial, grass, and small deciduous and evergreen trees. If you landscape plan refers to a 5gal shrub, that is the same as a #5 container. If you are looking at Evergreen trees you will be referring to their height (Ht.) They are measured in half foot increments such as 6', 6.5', 7', 7.5', etc. Deciduous trees are measured in caliper inches. This refers to the diameter of the trunk 6" above the soil line. You will see measurements such as 2", 2.25", 2.5", 2.75", 3", etc. They are measured in quarter inch increments.