Purchase your Spring trees and support local conservation!

The ICD provides high quality trees that enrich your property and help keep our air and water clean.  Proceeds from sales support the
natural resource conservation work of the Ingham Conservation District. You may also support the ICD with monthly donations. Every
dollar makes a impact.  Thank you for your support!


The ICD also accepts orders by mail (1031 West Dexter Tr, Mason MI 48854) and phone (517-676-2290)


A 15% Early Bird Discount is available of select items through February 8th

All Orders must be received by March 26th.


Pick up your order at the ICD:

Friday April 20th from 10:00 am-6:00 pm


April 21st between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm


Order TODAY! Quantities are limited

Click on individual items for full descriptions.  You can also download the 2018 Spring Catalog
conifer seedling

Conifer Seedlings

Peaches & Pears

Conifer Transplants

Berries, Asparagus, Rhubarb

Hunting Habitat

Apple Trees

Broadleaf Trees

Accessories & Tree Protection


Shrubs and Small Trees

The following species will attract deer:

  • Apple, crabapple, and pear trees
  • Pines
  • Balsam fir
  • Northern white-cedar
  • Oaks
  • Maples
  • Beech
  • Chestnut
  • Persimmon

The following species provide food and/or habitat for game birds (turkey, grouse, pheasants):

  • Poplar
  • Oaks
  • Aspen
  • Birch
  • Fruit bearing shrubs – including highbush cranberry and winterberry

We offer the following apple species, which may be of interest for you to press:

  • Ginger Gold
  • Honeycrisp
  • Idared
  • McIntosh
  • Pink Lady
  • Winter Banana

The following species attract pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, etc.:

  • Lilac, common
  • Nannyberry
  • Red Osier Dogwood
  • Winterberry
  • Serviceberry
  • Maples
  • Variety of fruit trees

For a great PDF informational resource on other pollinator trees and shrubs, click here.

The following species are recommended to replace certain invasive species after they have been removed, or to be planted to avoid the planting of invasive ornamentals:

  • Red osier dogwood to replace invasive autumn olive and Russian olive
  • Serviceberry to replace invasive bush honeysuckles, Amur honeysuckle, and callery pear
  • Spicebush and nannyberry to replace invasive buckthorn

See “Landscape Alternatives for Invasive Plants of the Midwest” for a complete list of alternatives.

See “Plan Before You Plant: Native Alternatives to Invasive Ornamentals” to learn what ornamental species are invasive and what native species you can plant instead.

Download the Fall Tree Catalog 2017

The Early Bird 15% off discount on trees has been extended until August 8th

Orders can be submitted online, via mail or by phone until September 5th