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Seedlings: How to Order

Click the button below for the order form. Orders must be dropped off at the CSU Extension Office at the Park County Fairgrounds in Fairplay, or be mailed to:  P.O. Box 603, Fairplay CO 80440

Fall 2021 Order Form


Evergreen and deciduous trees grown from seed or cuttings

In bundles of 25 bare-root plants
In plastic growing tubes, in lots of 30
In plastic pots, as individual plants

Perennial flower plants and grasses are grown from seed

In plastic growing tubes, in lots of 30, you can mix and match any 30 perennials
In plastic pots, as individual plants

Planting supplies to aid plant survival and growth

Weed Barrier Fabric 6′ x 300′ roll
Water-storing synthetic polymer crystals, in 1-lb. bags
Plastic Mesh Tree Cage 36″h
Bamboo stakes 3′ h x 3/8″ diam

Container Options

Small Trays

  • 21″ x 11″ x 6″
  • Sold in trays of 50 plants
  • Individual tube size: 2″ x 2″ x 5″, 11.5 ci / 190 ml

Small Tubes

  • Sold in boxes of 30
  • Individual tube size: 8″ x 1.5″, 10 ci / 164 ml
  • Seedling height: minimum 3″

Large Tubes

  • Sold in boxes of 30
  • Individual tube size: 7″ x 2″, 16 ci / 262 ml
  • Seedling height: minimum 6″

Tall Pots

  • Sold individually
  • 5″ 4.5″ x 12″
  • 243 ci / 3.98 l
  • Seedling height: minimum 12″
  • Extra-large root system

 Extra Large Pot

  • Sold individually
  • 6″ x 6.5″
  • 173 ci / 2.84 l
  • Seedling height: minimum 12″
Product Availability

To see what products are still available check the Colorado State Forest Service Nursery Inventory.

Buyers Guides

There are multiple buyers guides available below to help you make decisions as to which plants will best for your area, guides for why trees are so beneficial to the landscape, and best practices for planting the trees.

Take a Break, From the Wind: Living Snow Fences/Windbreaks
Trees for Conservation: Planning, planting and care
The Science of Planting Trees: Planting Steps 
CSFS Nursery Planting Guide
Trees for Conservation: A Buyer’s Guide
Colorado Native Tree Guide
Perennials, Flowers Shrubs and Grasses: Buyer’s Guide
Species Suitability Guide for Colorado