We have a good supply White pine and larger White Spruce trees that were planted before we shifted our focus to Michigan native hardwood trees.
The White Spruce trees have short needles and fairly dense branches. They are relatively slow growing though they can grow as much as two feet in height in a single season.
The White Pines have long needles and more widely spaced branches. They seem somewhat transparent while small but fill in nicely when they get beyond ten or twelve feet in height. They are relatively fast growing trees that often add three feet or more in height once they get established.
Both varieties are Native to Michigan. Our trees range in size from 8 to 18 or more feet.
Our price for these trees for $10 per foot of height measured from the ground to the highest branch for White Spruces and $8 per foot for White Pines. We can arrange for delivery and planting at prices that vary with the distance from our location and the quantity of trees involved.
These trees are best transplanted before they start their rapid growth in the spring or after they have had some time to restore their energy reserves by late summer or early fall. We dig trees between the time that the ground thaws in the spring and mid-April. We dig again between late August and the time that the ground freezes in the fall.