Seedlings are again in short supply for the coming planting season. Growers and forest landowners POST seedling lots throughout the planting season. These POSTS are immediately included on the FSN search list. POSTS include Native Plants and Christmas Tree Seedlings.
If you are still searching for seedlings for this season frequently check the SEARCH SEEDLINGS
module on the Forest seedling Network. Just click through the selection boxes to the 'Map Search' option. Click your planting area on the map.
Results will identify the seed zones applicable and the elevation of your planting site. Remember to follow the 'Script Line' below the selection boxes. This is the number of POSTS available for your current filters. Seedling POSTS are listed below. You can review them, click 'View Details' on the right for additional information. You will also find the growers name and contact information so you can call for more information and/or to arrange for purchase. Growing seedlings for the future:
Contract growing orders are closed for 2016 spring sowing. Seed for future sowing is difficult to find for some areas. It is not too early to begin looking for seed to sow in 2017. If a cone crop develops in your area you might consider collecting yourself or with neighbors. Be sure you have cone processing arrangements. Small Seedling Sales and Tree Schools:
If you are looking for a few seedlings of different species consider checking out a small sale. These events are popular with Woodland groups and Soil Conservation Districts to raise funds for their scholarship programs. Some of these events are listed on the FSN EVENTS list.
Tree Schools are usually one day events that offer classes for small forestland owner on managing their properties.
The SEARCH SEEDLINGS and EVENTS
sections are the most popular. If you want your information on FSN EVENT List send it to us. Send the event date as soon as possible so interested people can plan ahead. Follow up with your details as soon as they are complete. A pdf of your event works well. Most of the time users are able sign up on line from a FSN listing that has a pdf registration form..