Collection: Native Trees Bareroot

Planting native trees using bare-root specimens is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to establish these trees in your landscape. Bare-root trees are typically young, dormant trees that are dug up from a nursery field without soil around their roots.

These trees are well-suited to the local climate, soil conditions, and other environmental factors, making them an integral part of their native ecosystems. Planting and preserving native trees can have numerous ecological, environmental, and aesthetic benefits.