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Posted on: January 9, 2020

[ARCHIVED] 2020 Greene SWCD Tree Sale

There will be a major change to our 2020 Tree Seedling Sale as we can no longer get trees from our previous supplier. We are happy to announce that we will be partnering with Warren and Butler SWCDs and all orders will now be placed on-line. We know this is a big change and want to serve our customers, if you have difficulty with the online system you can come to our office and we will assist you with the process. If payment of your trees online is not possible for you, please call the office or stop by and we can figure something out for you.

What will be new?

This partnership will change a few items relating to the tree sale: 

•    There will be more species available.

•    Native Species

•    A wide range of small to large trees and bushes

•    The packet sizes will be smaller than in past years, so read all descriptions carefully when ordering. 

•    You will pay online using card or electronic check through PayPal

•    We will not have as many extra packets to sell during pick-up.

What are the Varieties?

There are over 30 different trees and shrubs to pick from and there is a variety of options for multiple landscapes. These seedlings have an average height of 18” at time of purchase. Available species: American Beech, Blue Spruce, Nannyberry, Ninebark, Norway Spruce, Ohio Buckeye, White Pine, Winterberry, Arrowood Viburnum, Bald Cypress, Blackwillow, Bur Oak, Butternut White Walnut, Common Lilac, Eastern Redbud, Elderberry, Hazelnut, Northern Red Oak, PawPaw, PeeGee Hydrangea, Persimmon, Sassafras, Shadow Serviceberry, Shagbark Hickory, Silky Dogwood, Spice Bush, Swamp White Oak, Sycamore American Planetree, Tulip Poplar, White Dogwood, Willow Oak and Witchhazel.

About the Sale

As in the past years, we can neither alter the contents of packets, nor deliver them to your home, if conditions exist beyond our control, we reserve the right to substitute species in the packets. The plants are nursery inspected to be disease free. Greene SWCD cannot be responsible for their survival after they are picked up by the customer, it is advisable to pick them as early as possible when they arrive at our office. Our seedling program is an effort in soil conservation and reforestation. We are not a nursery but are excited to leverage our cost saving ability as a nonprofit government agency and pass it along to homeowners in the area. We love the fact that we get to continue this annual tradition centered around Arbor Day and that some of our seedlings have been planted at historic sites in Greene County like Huffman Prairie.

How do I place an Order?

  • Orders will be taken now until March 11, 2020
  • Go to Warren SWCDs Website:
  • Click on the product catalog to learn more about each species available in full color.
  • Click on the Place order Here button to add trees to your cart.
  • At Check Out, please remember to select Greene County as your pick-up location
  • Payment can be made with card on the site or electronic check through PayPal
  • If you need help, we can assist you in our office at anytime during business hours.

Greene SWCD Tree Booklet 2020
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