16th Annual Tree Sale

All trees are now sold out.  Thanks for participating in our Tree Sale.!

If you ordered a tree, it must be picked up at UVM Horticultural Research Center on Saturday April 29, 2023 between 9 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.   We will provide further instructions as the time draws near. Click here for directions to the Horticultural Research Center.  For bare-root planting instructions,  click here or look in the menu on the right for a pdf or video.   All orders are processed through PayPal, which also accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.  (save a copy of your order!)

Questions? Please contact Kyle Albee by email at BOBtreesale@gmail.com or phone: 802 825 4505.  All orders are final, no refunds.

All trees are sold out.

River Birch – Betula nigra 

Easily grown in full sun to part shade. A native species. Good alternative for underplanting green or white ash trees.  River birch is perhaps the most culturally adaptable and this variety has improved tolerance to heat.  Prefers moist, acidic, fertile soils including semi-aquatic conditions, but also tolerates drier soils. Grows to a height of 30–40 ft. and a width of 25–35 ft. Zone: 4-9. 5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


Saturn Peach – Prunus persica ‘Saturn’

‘Saturn’ flat peaches are a variety of white peach. They have large, showy, double pink, self-fruitful flowers. Trees bear heavy crops of peaches that measure 2¼-2¾” in diameter. The unique doughnut-shaped fruit is yellow with white flesh. Bears sweet, freestone fruits in July. Full sun. Grows to a height of 12-15 ft and a spread of 10-12 ft. Zone: 5. 5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


Accolade Elm – Ulmus ‘Morton’

Excellent Dutch elm disease resistance with an upright spreading form resembling the American elm. Beautiful glossy, dark green foliage turns golden yellow in the fall. Good drought and pest resistance, fast-growing.  Full sun. Grows to a height of 70 ft and a width of 40-50 ft. Zone: 4. 5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


Sweet Sixteen Apple – Malus ‘Sweet Sixteen’

Medium-sized red striped apple with crisp, juicy texture. Excellent sweet tasting, with a richly complex flavor. Good for snacking, fruit salads or dessert apple. Tolerates average garden soils, but unamended heavy clay soils which waterlog easily and drain poorly should be avoided.  Full sun. Grows to a height and width of 20 ft. Zone: 4. 5 ft. Price: $69.  Read more . . .


Evans Bali Cherry – Prunus cerasus ‘Evans Bali’

Deep, dark red fruit 1″ in diameter, ripens mid to late July.  The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries, and is excellent for pies, jams, cobblers or fresh eating. Noted for exceptionally high yields.  Self-pollinating.  Full sun. Grows to a height of 12 -15 ft. and a width of 10 -12 ft.  Zone: 3. 5 ft. Price: $69.  Read more . . .


 Summer Wine® Ninebark – Physocarpus opulifolius Tree Form

In June white button-like flowers contrast nicely, with wine colored foliage.  Adds beautiful color and vibrancy to your garden.  Few if any pest problems. Drought tolerant.  Full sun. Grows to a height of 5-6 ft and a width of 4-5 ft. Zone: 3. 5 ft.  Price $69.  Read more . . . 


Crimson Cloud Hawthorn – Crataegus  laevigata  ‘Crimson Cloud’

Strikingly beautiful crimson flowers with white center in spring provides a very colorful and appealing display. This tree is superb for accent plantings or borders. Winter offers bright red fruit attracting birds, and exfoliating bark as tree ages.  May grow more than a foot a year when established, and does very well in clay soils. Drought tolerant. Full sun to partial shade. Grows to a height of 20 ft. and a width of 15 ft.  Zone:  4. 5 ft. Price:  $69.  Read more  . . .


Red Sunset® Maple – Acer rubrum ‘Franksred’

Green leaves in summer; brilliant red to orange color in fall. Fast growing and drought tolerant. Outstanding shade tree. Withstands strong winds.  Plant as a specimen or in a classic row.    Full sun.  Grows to a height of 40-50 ft and a width of 35-40 ft. Zone: 4. 5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


Mount Royal Plum – Prunus domestica ‘Mount Royal’

Blue European plum. Good eaten off the tree. Excellent for dessert, 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 $69.  Read more . . .


Swamp White Oak – Quercus bicolor

Fabulous looking oak providing year-round interest! Leaves dark green with white underneath in summer. Yellow to red fall color. Distinct flaky gray brown bark looks beautiful in winter. Excellent drought resistance and yet thrives in wet areas. Medium growth rate. Easy variety to transplant. Prefers full sun. Grows to a height of 50-60 ft and a width of 30-40 ft. Zone: 4.  5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


MN (Minnesota) Strain Redbud – Cercis canadensis ‘Minnesota Strain’

Striking pink flowers in early spring before leaves appear. Gracefully ascending branches and a rounded shape. Heart shaped leaves emerge reddish turning to green.  Easy to grow and care for.  Does well in sun or part shade. Grows to a height of 20-30 ft and a width of 20-25 ft.  Zone: 4. 5 ft. Price $69.  Read more . . .


Robin Hill Serviceberry – Amelanchier x grandiflora ‘Robin Hill’

A good tree for small spaces. Pink buds open to delicate pink flowers each spring and cover this small tree. Small edible red-purple berries attract birds. The blue-green leaves turn shades of yellow and red in the fall. An excellent choice for woodland gardens, naturalized settings, and as a specimen in the landscape. Full Sun to part shade. Grows to a height of 20-25 ft. and a width of 12-15 ft. Zone: 4. 5 ft. Price: $69.  Read more . . .


Tree Gator 

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. Price $25.

BOB Mugs

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. Glaze colors may vary among mugs. Price $28.