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Tower

The Tower Poplar is a very fast growing hybrid columnar tree that shares its look with the Swedish Aspen. It is cold hardy, low maintenance and likes full sun. It does not produce any fuzz and is tolerant of poor soil conditions and drought. It can grow to about 12m (40ft) and spread to 2m (6ft). Recommended for shelterbelts, wind breaks and privacy screens. Spacing is every 3-4ft.

#1 pot 4ft tall: $19.00 ea. 50 or more $17.00 ea. Sold Out

#5 pot usually 7ft tall: $59.00 ea. Sold Out

#10 pot usually 9ft tall: $99.00 ea. Sold Out

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Sundancer

The Sundancer Poplar is very fast growing hybrid that is cold hardy and can adapt to many soil conditions. It has slightly columnar growth pattern and is fairly disease and insect resistant. It produces no fuzz and likes full sun. It can grow to about 12m (40ft) and spread to 3m (10ft). Recommended for shelterbelts and wind breaks. Spacing is every 8ft.

#1 pot - 4ft tall: $19.00 ea. Sold Out

#2 pot - larger root ball, thicker trunk 5ft tall: $29.00 ea. Sold Out

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Prairie Sky

The Prairie Sky Poplar is a very fast growing hybrid that is cold hardy and can adapt to many soil conditions. It likes full sun, doesn't produce any fuzz and is disease resistant. It has a neat upright appearance suitable for a shade tree. It can grow to about 18m (60ft) and spread to 6m (20ft). Recommended for shelterbelts and windbreaks, but can be also be used as a shade tree in yards. Spacing is every 10ft.

#1 pot - 4ft tall: $19.00 ea. Sold Out

#2 pot - larger root ball, thicker trunk 5ft tall: $29.00 ea. Sold Out

#5 pot - 6ft tall: $59.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Okanese

The Okanese Poplar is a very fast growing hybrid that is cold tolerant and has excellent disease and drought resistance. It likes full sun, doesn't produce any fuzz and can adapt to many soil conditions. It has upright growth and large leaves suitable for a shade and shelter. It can grow to about 18m (60ft) and spread to 8m (26ft). Recommended for shelterbelts and windbreaks, but can be also be used as a shade tree in large yards. Spacing is every 12ft.

#2 - 4-5ft tall potted: $29.00 ea. Sold Out

#5 - 6-7ft tall potted: $65.00 ea. Sold Out

#7 - 7-8 ft tall potted: $85.00 ea. Sold Out

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Assiniboine

The Assinboine Poplar is a fast growing tall tree with dense foliage. It is cold tolerant and can handle tough conditions such as poor soil, pollution, drought and some environmental salt. It likes full or partial sun and doesn't produce any fuzz. It can grow to about 20m (66ft) and spread to 12m (44ft). Recommended for shelterbelts and windbreaks, but can be also be used as a shade tree in very large yards. Spacing is every 12ft.

#1 pot - 4ft tall: $19.00 ea. Sold Out

#2 pot - larger root ball, thicker trunk 5ft tall: $29.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Balsam

The Balsam Poplar is a fast growing fragrant tree that is amazingly adaptable to soil types and pH variations. It can tolerate both dry conditions and standing water and likes full sun. It can grow to about 16m (50ft) and spread to 7m (20ft). Recommended for shelterbelts and windbreaks. Spacing is every 12ft.

#1 pot - 4ft tall: $19.00 ea.Sold Out

#2 pot - 5ft tall: $29.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

 

Benefits of Fertilizing your trees.

Just like plants and grass, trees can benefit greatly from fertilizing. It provides for full lush growth and vibrant colors along with nutrients to build a strong root system to keep the tree growing strong, maintain good health and keep up disease resistance thoughout the growing season.

Prairietime Trees Premium mix with a N-P-K of 17-16-17 provides more than enough of the essential nutrients that both large and small trees need. It comes in a 4 liter pail which weights in at about 6 lbs or 2.72 kgs and is only $15.00 per pail. There is enough for 30-40 trees if given 1 handful.

It can be pick-up at our tree center just North of Estevan on hwy 47 and the corner of township road 32. We are on Google Maps for directions.