Mini Succulent Packs - 3 for $10!
Each Comes in a 3.5'' Pot
*Includes one of each species*
Turquoise Tails Sedum
Hen & Chicks
Pollinator Packs Are Back!
$20 for a pack of 3-1 Gallon Pots
*Includes One of Each Species*
Japanese Blood Grass
Red Switch Grass
Mango Tango Hyssop
New Pick-up Days
MARCH 31st 8 AM - 4 PM
APRIL 1ST 8 AM - 2 PM
Lincoln County Fairgrounds
ORDERS over 20 bundles will receive a 15% discount
ORDERS over 40 bundles will receive a 20% discount
*Unable to apply discount to online orders*
Please contact us to order -
For more information please contact us: 509-725-4181 ext. 119
THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN ORDERING
*WE DO NOT SHIP*
ALL BAREROOT STOCK COMES IN BUNDLES OF 5 TREES.
Don’t have time to plant your trees right away?
Place them in a cool (40 degrees) and dark place out of the sun and wind.
If held longer, you can spray the roots with water or wrap the roots in damp shredded newspaper to keep them moist.
Better yet, place them in moist potting soil or heal them temporarily in a moist garden plot.
What if your trees or shrubs die?
Due to environmental and other factors beyond our control, the District does not offer a guarantee on the viability of the stock we sell, therefore refunds and/or rain checks will not be granted. Planting tips are available, and the District staff is always willing to help you.
FIRST COME FIRST SERVE once orders are accepted starting January 3rd, 2022.
Be sure to order and reserve your trees as soon as possible!
All of the trees and shrubs sold here come from nurseries that grow and raise them.
Most plants come in bareroot stock, but some stock comes as plugs.
The District has many resources to help you grow the healthiest plants.
Please ask us if you have any questions about raising your bareroot trees and shrubs.
The Trees and Shrubs may change, due to availability from nurseries.
Planting Bareroot Trees and Shrubs
Bareroot trees and shrubs are a type of nursery stock that is delivered without soil or a pot around the roots. These plants are grown in nursery beds, lifted from the ground while dormant and shipped in bags. Bareroot trees and shrubs should be planted before the buds open in spring.