Balled & Burlapped Trees

Wholesale Balled & Burlapped Trees

Brown’s grows, digs and sells wholesale evergreen nursery stock and landscaping trees. We dig all stock with a tree spade to prevent damage to the tree's root system. To aid in tree transport and delivery, we then place them in burlap, reinforce them with a wire basket, and tie them for shipment.

All Wholesale Balled & Burlapped Trees are selected based on medium density to ensure optimum foliar to root ratios when they are replanted. All ball sizes meet AAN specifications. Fresh dug trees transfer best in late fall or early winter but can be done successfully in spring too. Brown’s balled and burlapped evergreen trees are available in minimum orders of at least fifteen in a variety of conifer and evergreen species. When possible, we dig your trees to order to minimize tree shock and promote healthy, successful transfer.


Pine Trees

Pine trees are coniferous evergreens with needle-like leaves that have a long lifespan. Native to the Northern Hemisphere, they can thrive in a variety of soils and can grow very large. Large wood-like cones are common in all pine trees. Some species of pine are a popular choice for Christmas trees.

Fir Trees

The fir tree is another evergreen coniferous species that commonly grows in the mountains of North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. The distinguishing characteristics of a fir tree are the needles and the way they are attached. Fir trees have flattened needles that are attached to a base that resembles a suction cup. The cones that grow on a fir are more cylindrical and grow upwards instead of down. Fir trees are popular Christmas trees because of their aromatic needles and low shedding.

Spruce Trees

The spruce is a large tree characterized by its cone-like shape and its needles being attached to the branches in a spiral fashion (whorled). Our spruce species includes:

Arborvitae Trees

Arborvitaes, or thuja trees, are coniferous evergreens with scale-like leaves. They are a popular landscaping choice due to their tall, narrow, rapid growth. There are a variety of arborvitae tree species.

Hemlock Trees

Hemlock trees, or Tsuga, is a conifer in the same family as the pine tree and is a medium-sized evergreen with drooping branches.

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