14th Annual Tree Sale
Now is the time to start planning for your Spring 2021 landscaping projects! We are excited to announce that for the 14th year in a row, Branch Out Burlington! is offering bare-root trees at affordable prices. We have a wonderful selection of trees this year. They are generally between 5-6 feet and branched, but check the descriptions below for a specific tree size on arrival. Please check your zone in the zone hardiness map provided in the menu on the right before purchasing a tree. Click on the images below for a larger image. Please order early as we always sell out!
If you order a tree, it must be picked up at The UVM Hort Farm on Saturday May 1st, 2021 between 9 and 12:00 p.m. There is no other alternative pickup date or time. Failure to pick up results in forfeiture of trees. (Note: This is assuming COVID-19 precautions have been lifted at this time. If not, we will provide further instructions for pickup as the time draws near.) Click here for directions to the Hort Farm. For bare root planting instructions you can click here or look in the menu to the right for a pdf. All orders are processed through Paypal, which also accepts Visa, MC, Discover and American Express.
Questions regarding orders, please contact Kyle Albee by email at: Bobtreesale@gmail.com or phone: 802 825 4505. All sales are final and no refunds will be issued.
So sorry – all of our trees have been sold! It was a great (and quick!) sale this year and thanks to all who ordered trees to support our cause. Mugs and tree gators are still available.
Toast to Branch Out Burlington with a special mug handmade by Stuart Allen, 6th Grade New England Science Teacher/Potter. Our organization works tirelessly to make Burlington and beyond a greener place with trees, and reduce the threat of climate change. All profits from these mugs go to further that mission. They are lead-free, and dishwasher and microwave safe. Drink from it with pride. This is a special offer as part of our tree sale. Margaret Skinner will contact you about pickup in Burlington, VT or shipping costs will be added. Glaze colors may vary among mugs. $28.
This is a slow release watering system for trees. It delivers 20 gallons of water directly to the roots of a newly planted tree with no run-off or evaporation, saving time, money, water and effort, while properly and efficiently watering your new tree. The tree gator needs to be filled once a week to provide enough water to support a tree. Margaret Skinner will contact you about pickup in Burlington, VT or shipping costs will be added. Price $22.
SOLD OUT Liberty Apple – Malus ‘Liberty’
Red skin. High quality eating and cooking apple. Flesh crisp, juicy and sprightly. Early heavy bearer. Scab free and highly disease resistant. White flowers in spring. Requires a nearby pollinator of another apple or crabapple tree. Grows to a height of 30-35 ft. and a width of 20 ft. Zones 4-8. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Renaissance OasisR Paper Birch – Betula papyrifera ‘Oenci’
Beautiful landscape addition. Broad dense pyramidal form. Drought tolerant. Bark is a rich mahogany – reddish color turning bright white and exfoliates Dark green leaves turning yellow in the fall. Superior bronze birch borer resistance. Full to partial sun. Grows to a height: of 50-60 ft and a width of 30-40 ft. Zone: 3. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Lapin Cherry – Prunus avium ‘Lapin’
A big, beautiful dark mahogany red cherry. These are some of the largest and juiciest cherries that grow on trees. The sweet taste is wonderful for baking and cooking. Highly resistant to browning. White flowers in late May, ripening late July to August. Prolific producer of cherries. Self-fruitful, additional pollinator tree not required. Grows to a height of 15-20 ft. Zones 4-8. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Reliance Peach – Prunus persica ‘Reliance’
The hardiest yellow-fleshed freestone peach available. Medium sized, roundish, yellow-fleshed peach. Has a rather dull blush over green-yellow color. Flesh is bright yellow, rather soft and juicy. Self-fruitful, additional pollinator tree not required. Fragrant pink flowers in spring. Full sun. Grows to a height of 15–20 ft. Zone 4. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Centennial Crabapple — Malus ‘Centennial’
Cold hardy, excellent fruit with crisp sweet flavor for fresh eating, apple sauce or jelly, Stunning white flowers in mid-May produces a 1.75 to 2’’ plum sized crabs which ripens in mid to late August. Great disease resistance. Excellent pollinator for other apples. Full sun. Height: 8–12 ft, Width 12 ft. Zone 3. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Mount Royal Plum – Prunus domestica ‘Mount Royal’
Blue European plum. Good eaten off the tree. Excellent for desert, jam and preserves or drying. Tender juicy flesh; freestone. Showy fragrant blooms in early May, ripening date late August. Self-fruitful, additional pollinator tree not required. Grows to a height of 8-12 ft. Zone 4. 5 ft. Price $60. SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry – Amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’
Graceful tree for small spaces. Beautiful white flowers in early spring, followed by small red-purple edible fruit in summer. Bright red fall color. Reaches mature size early. The fruit tastes like blueberries and can be made into jams and jellies. Birds will thank you! Plant in full sun to part shade. Grows to a height of 20-25 ft and a width of 15-20 ft. Zones 4-9. 5 ft. Price $60.SOLD OUT
SOLD OUT Nannyberry – Viburnum lentago – Tree Form
Native to Vermont, Stunning creamy white snowball-like flowers in late May are followed by purple-black berries attracting birds. Leaves turn a beautiful purple-red in fall. Durable in many soils, has NOT been affected by Viburnum Leaf Beetle. Full sun or partial shade. Grows to a height and spread of 15-20 ft. Zone 2. 5 ft. Price $60 .SOLD OUT