8th Annual
2015 Branch Out Burlington! Tree Sale

For the eighth year in a row, Branch Out Burlington is offering bare-root trees at unbelievable prices. Order early as these trees will sell out. Trees must be picked up at The UVM Hort Farm during the Annual Burlington Community Tree Nursery Planting, which takes place on Saturday May 2nd, 2015 between 9 and 11:00 a.m. Questions? Contact Kyle Albee, Phone: 863-0134 Email: kyle@northstarleasing.com

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What is Bare Root Planting?

Directions for Bare Root Planting

Directions to the UVM Hort Farm

National Gardening USDA Hardiness Map

Nannyberry Viburnum - Viburnum lentago

nannyberry Native to Vermont, Stunning creamy white snowball like flowers in late May are followed by purple-black berries attracting birds. Leaves turn a beautiful purple-red in fall. Durable in many soils. Full sun or partial shade. Grows to a height and spread of 15-20 feet. Zone 2. 5ft. $49.


Paperbark Maple - Acer griseum

paperbark mapleOne of the best small trees featuring highly ornamental, peeling orange-cinnamon bark. Its dark green, three-lobed leaves turn a brilliant orange-red in autumn. Plant as a specimen or in a group for stunning winter effect. Best in moist well drained soil, in full sun to partial shade. Grows to a height of 20-30 feet with a spread of 15-20 feet. Zone 4. 5ft. $49.

Polly Peach(Semi Dwarf) - Prunus persica 'Polly'

reliance peach
White skin with red blush. Freestone with white juicy flesh, excellent flavor and high quality. Good home orchard variety. Self –fertile, full sun. Ripens mid to late August. Grows to a height of 8-10 feet and a width of 8-10 feet. Zone 4. 5ft. $49.

Lapin Cherry - Prunus avium 'Lapin' SORRY SOLD OUT

Lapin CherryA big, beautiful dark mahogany red cherry. These are some of the largest and juiciest cherries that grow on trees. The sweet taste is wonderful for baking and cooking. Highly resistant to brown rot. Blooms late May, ripening late July to August. Prolific producer of cherries. Grows to a height of 15-20 feet. Zone 4. 5ft. $49.
























Autumn Gold Ginkgo -Gingko biloba var. Autumn Gold

Ginkgo Green foliage through out summer followed by brilliant golden fall color. Plant a row for a wow effect, or as single specimen. Practically pest free and resistant to storm damage. Grafted male selection. Full sun, tolerant of moist soil conditions. Grows to a height of 40-60 feet and a spread of 30-40 feet. Zone 3. 5ft. $49.

Purple Prince Crabapple - Malus 'Purple Prince'

Purple Prince Crab Profusely blooming with rose-red blossoms and maroon fruit that make good jelly and provide sustenance for wildlife. Purple-bronze foliage in summer and angular branches with grey bark provide attractive winter landscape element. A fast grower. Excellent resistance to Scab, Fireblight and Cedar-Apple Rust. Full Sun. Grows to a height and width of 20 feet. Zone 4. 5ft. $49

Northern Catalpa - Catalpa speciosa

northern catalpa Upright fast growing, majestic looking tree as it matures, best planted in large areas. Large heartshaped green foliage. Abundant showy white flowers appear in 4-8 inch panicles in June. Long pencil like fruit pods. This tree can be planted in difficult growing areas like low spots and dry areas. Prefers full sun. Grows to a height of 50-60 feet and a width of 35-40 feet. Zones 4. 6ft. $49.


Swamp White Oak - Quercus bicolor

swamp white oak Fabulous looking oak providing year round interest! Leaves dark green with white underneath in summer. Yellow to red fall color. Distinct flaky gray brown bark shows off in winter months. Excellent drought resistance and yet thrives in wet areas. Medium growth rate. Easy variety to transplant. Prefers full sun. Grows to a height of 50-60 feet and a width of 30-40 feet. Zone 4. 5ft. $49.