We offer plants in multiple sizes suitable for restoration and reclamation, landscaping, and retail and wholesale nurseries.
Liner Stock and Cone-tainers
Our standard liner stock sizes are Ray-leach 7ci (cubic inch) and 10ci cone-tainers.
7ci - 1.5in diameter and 5.5in depth; they are ideal for pot-ups into QTs and #1’s and are also great for larger outplantings, such as pollinator meadows.
10ci - 1.5in diameter and 8.25in depth; they are perfect for pot-ups into #1’s and #2’s and larger outplantings or the edges of landscapes. This container is very cost effective for restoration, reclamation, and landscaping projects. The balanced root to shoot ratio enhances plant survival in the harsh climates common to the intermountain West.
Restoration, Reclamation, and Landscaping
For restoration we offer multiple “Deepot” sizes, all emphasizing root depth and quality.
Commonly in stock
D40 - 2.7in diameter and 10in depth; suitable for restoration/reclamation plantings, potting into #3’s-#5’s, field growing, and other landscaping applications
Available for contract grows and specific species
D16 - 2in diameter and 7in depth; suitable for restoration/reclamation plantings, potting into #2’s, and other landscaping applications
D25 - 2in diameter and 10in depth; suitable for restoration/reclamation plantings, potting into #3’s-#4’s, field growing, and other landscaping applications
D60 - 2.7in diameter and 14in depth; suitable for restoration/reclamation plantings, field growing, and other landscaping applications
Tall One Treepot™ (aka TP414 or 4X) - square pot with 4in diameter and 14in depth; suitable for restoration/reclamation plantings and other landscaping applications
Please note the different scale in the two images below
All pictures are from our supplier Stuewe & Sons, Inc. You can learn more on their website stuewe.com
Nurseries and Landscaping
We stock Quarts and #1’s throughout the year, with an emphasis on #1’s. Quarts are sold in flats of 10.
If liner stock is available, custom orders and pot-ups can be ready in anywhere from 4-12 weeks, depending on time of year, weather and species.
We stock a limited amount of #2’s, #3’s, and #5’s. Depending on time of year, species and liner stock availability, custom orders and pot-ups can be ready anywhere from 3 to 24 months.
Substrate and Fertilizer
Our plants are propagated in Peat moss with a general, 3-4 month slow release fertilizer.
Plants are inoculated with both mycorrhizae and RootShield Plus. For more detailed information, please ask your salesperson.