Tree-mendous Maryland Fall Selection Now Available

Treeann1 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Tree-mendous Maryland program is offering its fall selection of native trees and shrubs for public land planting projects. These reasonably priced, mostly native trees and shrubs including oaks, river birch, serviceberry, sweetbay magnolia, itea, and many other species are available for purchase immediately for schools, parks, watershed organizations, local and county governments, homeowner's associations, environmental groups, etc.

Plants will be available for pick-up or delivery as early as the second week in September. For additional information contact Terry Galloway at or 410-260-8510.

Download the Fall Trees and Shrubs List and Order Form (PDF)

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