Tree Order Forms

Photo by Bailey’s Nursery : Common Snowball Viburnum Zone 3, North Dakota Non-hardy, plant in sheltered yards $17.00 + 10% off.

Welcome to the SEASON’S END CATALOG for the ONE BIG SALE! Enjoy a large selection of trees, shrubs, vines, and perennial flowers. We really appreciate your business and want you to enjoy shopping with us. We want you to have the best success, so remember that planting in June means taking extra care of anything you plant as the temps are starting to soar. You are welcome to place an order each fall to get your stock sooner. I know we have loyal customers who love to wait for the sale, and that is OK. We have plenty left over! All trees need a home!

Like other SCD’s in the state, we make no guarantees on our stock. We do not have any warranty included, and would have to raise our prices considerably to offer that. Just remember, your best chances of success are not to wait for this sale, but to order early each year in the fall or winter. EXTRA SAVINGS: The 4ft, 5ft or 6ft trees are buy one full price and get one 1/2 price (lesser or equal value).

For best results, please print the form, or call in your order and we will send you a confirmation reply. We appreciate your patience in this process.

CALL US WITH ANY QUESTIONS: 701-284-7363 between 8 am – 4:30 pm.

Our pick up dates for orders are June 17, Friday 1:00 -5:00 pm and Saturday, June 18th 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. We are still working in the field and like getting your orders ahead of time so we can find time to get them filled.

You are welcome to email your orders to We have a facebook page, but we do not take any orders through facebook. We prefer email or good old fashioned phone calls. We also only take cash or check. Old school, we know. Thank you for supporting conservation through tree sales! Sarah B. Johnston

Click below for the current availability!
The Prairie Red Plum from a South Dakota nursery is an excellent choice for jam or jelly! They are about the same size as the American Plum and are easy to grow. Like most fruit trees, they like areas that are moderate to dry in moisture, with good drainage.

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