From walnut to hazel, each nut tree is grown from a hardy Canadian source nut.
Most nut trees prefer a rich, deep and well drained soil. Be aware that the hardiness zone we present for each nut tree is true only for the trees you buy here. The seedlings that we produce have shown hardiness in our climate. This is not true for all nut trees. For example, if you buy a black walnut grown with seeds produced in USA, you risk that your walnut will be frozen next winter. Know what nut tree you buy, where it comes from, and how it has been selected.
Korean Pine - Pinus koraiensis - A must for cold climate
Sorry, Korean Pine is unavailable until fall 2017.
Buartnut - A Fast Growing Hybrid Walnut Tree
The Buartnut (Juglans cinerea x Juglans spp.) is a vigorous and fast growing walnut tree. It is disesase resistant and very productive.
Size Price 2-3 Feet $17.00 1-2 Feet $15.00 3-5 Feet $18.00
Butternut - Juglans cinerea - A native nut tree from Canada
The Butternut (Juglans cinerea) is also called white walnut It's the only walnut tree native to Canada. It's the most cold resistant of all walnut trees.
Size Price 1-2 Feet $15.00 2-3 Feet $17.00 3-5 Feet $19.00
Black Walnut - Juglans nigra - An investment for the future
The Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) is a fast growing nut tree. It is also our most precious North American hardwood and is a real financial investment.
Size Price 1-2 Feet $12.00 10 x 1-2 Feet $100.00 100 x 1-2 Feet $700.00
Beaked Hazel - Corylus Cornuta - A shrub for the North
Hazel shrub in the North? Yes, Hazel in the North! The beaked hazel is a nut shrub that prefers sun but can tolerate some shade.
Size Price 1-3 Feet $20.00
Hazelbert - A cross between Hazel - Corylus americana - and Filbert - Corylus avellana - Zone 3
The Hazelbert is a bush hardy to zone 3 producing big hazelnuts double the size of our native Beaked Hazel.
Shagbark Hickory - Carya ovata - A rare tree tasting like pecan
The Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata) is well known for its use in smoking, but it also produces delightful nuts tasting somewhat like pecans.
White oak - Quercus alba - A Rare and Endangered Native Tree
Native to North America, the White Oak (Quercus alba) is a huge and noble hardwood tree that produces edible sweet acorns. This species is rare and endangered in Canada.
Impressive Quality Hazelnut - Zone 5
This hazelnut bush is very similar to our zone 3 hazelbert, but its nuts are of much bigger size. If you live in zone 5 or warmer, you need to have this hazelnut bush at home.
Size Price 2-3 Feet $25.00 3-5 Feet $28.00
Bur Oak - Quercus macrocarpa - Zone 3
Bur oak is a large deciduous tree native to the eastern and central United States from the north down to Texas and Canada from the Maritimes to the prairies. It is an extremely versatile tree and produces the largest and some of the mildest acorns of all the oaks.
Size Price 6-12 Inches $10.00 1-2 Feet $16.00 10 x 6-12 Inches $70.00