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2020 Annual Tree Sale

The tree species we offer changes a little bit each year but we strive to offer a diverse option of hardwoods, ornamentals, and shrubs.  Learn more about the trees we offer, we suggest the ODNR - Division of Forestry website.  

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Trees are such an important part of our daily life. 

We appreciate their beauty as leaves change colors in the fall and their shade on a hot summer day.  We look forward to their buds bursting open in spring.  But trees do so much more for us every day.  They give us: 

- clean air to breathe by absorbing carbon dioxide and expelling oxygen;

- they slow down raindrops to protect our soil from eroding;

- their roots loosen the compacted soil so stormwater soaks in;

- they help us save money on energy bills, and

- they increase our property values

 

 

Native Broadleaf Trees

Woodlands remove excess nutrients, pollutants, and soil from rainwater runoff and snow melt. Trees also reduce flooding by absorbing water directly; by improving soil structure, which increases the amount of water they soak up; and by simply slowing the movement of flood waters. Riparian forests also shade rivers and streams, which keeps water temperatures cool for aquatic plants and animals.