Douglas County Conservation District

SERVING LANDOWNERS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY COLORADO FOR OVER 50 YEARS

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Bare Root Shrubs

All sold in lots of 25.

Below will give a description of the specified species.  Check the current availability and status at the Nursery in Ft. Collins inventory website at https://csfs.colostate.edu/seedling-tree-nursery/seedling-nursery-inventory/     Order forms available Now.   If you would like to be on our mailing list to receive an order form, e-mail us or call 303 218-2622

Shrub Status
Caragana  
Cotoneaster  
Gambel Oak  
Honeysuckle  
Chokecherry  
Lilac  
Native plum
Sumac  
Sand cherry  
Nanking cherry  
European sage  
Woods rose  
Buffaloberry
Four-wing saltbush  
Golden currant  
Serviceberry  
Mountain mahogany     
Red-osier dogwood  
New Mexico privet
Wax Currant  
Snowberry  
 

What is a Bare Root Shrub?

When you order bare root shrubs or trees from us, they come in lots of 25 each.  Then your complete bare root order is bundled up together.  Pictured above are several bare root orders, some containing just one lot of 25, some containing several lots of 25.

You might think that these look like dead sticks, but we assure you they are not.  Remember that non-evergreen species go dormant in the winter.  It won't be long and these will be budding out.  Be sure to get them in the ground as quickly as possible.