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Wet Feet Packet (20 Seedlings)

Four (4) each of the following species:

Bald Cypress

Pin Oak

River Birch

Swamp White Oak



Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)

Large, slow-growing, long-lived, deciduous conifer. Frequently reaches 100-120 ft. in height and 3-6 ft. in diameter. The leaves are alternate, linear, and flat with blades generally spreading around the twig. Prefers very wet soils consisting of muck, clay, or fine sand where moisture is abundant and fairly permanent. Excellent for erosion control, timber, wildlife, and site rehabilitation. Click here for more info from ODNR


Pin Oak (Quercus palustris)

Medium sized, fast-growing oak that can reach 50-70 ft. in height and have a 25-40 ft. spread at maturity. Grows in a pyramidal shape and provides great fall color. Prefers full sun. Grows in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, well-drained, wet, and clay soils. Can tolerate wet conditions, including moderate flooding. Yields acorns that are eaten by many wildlife species. Click here for more info from ODNR


River Birch (Betula nigra

Valued for its relatively rapid growth, it can reach heights of 40-70 ft. and a spread of 40-60 ft. at maturity. Full sun and partial shade are best for this tree. Prefers wet sites and does best in acidic, moist, sandy, well-drained loam soils. Will tolerate moderate flooding as well as some drought conditions. Excellent source of food and habitat for wildlife. Click here for more info from ODNR


Swamp White Oak (Quercus bicolor

Medium size, moderate growth rate, and long lived. Often maturing between 50-75 ft. in height, 2-3 ft. trunk diameter, living up to 300 years or more. Prefers full sun, moist to wet acidic soils with high mineral content. Is tolerant of drought conditions and compacted soils. Well adapted to low-lying areas with poor drainage. Yields oblong acorns in pairs, approximately 1” in length that attract a variety of birds. Click here for more info from ODNR


Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis)

Large, fast-growing, long lived, deciduous tree. Frequently reaching 70-100 ft. in height and a spread of 65-80 ft. at maturity. Prefers full sun and moist, fertile soils. Is tolerant of clay, sand, loam, alkaline, and wet soils. Typically found along streams, rivers and flood plains. Valued tree for furniture. Beneficial to birds and wildlife for food and shelter. Click here for more info from ODNR


(20 seedlings total - No Substitutions)



Wet Feet Packet (20 Seedlings)

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