Georgia Forestry Commission

has the BEST SEEDLINGS in Georgia!!  

 

 

 

Elite Genetics

CMP Loblolly
  • CMP Loblolly
  • Code: NUR76
  • The GFC is now offering Controlled Mass Pollinated seedlings in a limited number. These specific crosses are created through mating of two superior parents, and the genetic gain is extremely high since no pollen from inferior trees are in the cross. These seedlings will exemplify superior growth, stem form and rust resistance. PRS sheets are available for these crosses. They will produce 84% more volume per acre, and are rated an A+ for rust resistance and A for Stem form
50x USD $1.420
500x USD $0.218
1000x USD $0.168
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 16150
Elite Straight Loblolly
  • Elite Straight Loblolly
  • Code: NUR80
  • This is a mix of three of the straightest, most fusiform rust resistant seedlings from our 3rd cycle selections. These seedlings, through field progeny testing have proved to grow extremely straight, with very low incidence of rust. They also produce 53% more volume per acre at age six
50x USD $0.600
500x USD $0.098
1000x USD $0.078
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 100000+
Georgia Giants Loblolly
  • Georgia Giants Loblolly
  • Code: NUR75
  • This mix of three of the fastest-growing, open-pollinated loblolly pine families in the Southeast are expected to produce 71% more volume age age six; excellent rust resistance; good straightness. Recommended for Coastal Plain only.
50x USD $0.600
500x USD $0.098
1000x USD $0.078
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 100000+
SuperSelect Premium Slash
  • SuperSelect Premium Slash
  • Code: NUR95
  • From our genetically superior Slash Pine seed orchards we now offer this super volume producing Slash Pine. It produces an astounding 56% more volume per acre at 15 years old. It also has superb resistance to fusiform rust.
50x USD $0.600
500x USD $0.098
1000x USD $0.078
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 100000+

Fruit Bearing

Persimmon
  • Persimmon
  • (Based on 1 vote(s))
  • Code: NUR8
  • Small to medium sized tree found on a variety of sites. Produces sweet, edible fruit. Popular wildlife food source.
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 3300
Wild Plum
  • USD $3.500 /Each
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 220
Crabapple
  • Crabapple
  • Code: NUR33
  • Small tree or shrub, 20-30 ft. in height. Ornamental and food source for wildlife. Performs best on moist soils.
  • USD $3.500 /Each
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 850

Flower

Dogwood
  • Dogwood
  • (Based on 1 vote(s))
  • Code: NUR17
  • Small understory tree rarely reaching 40 ft. in height. Beautiful white flowers in the spring and shiny red seeds in the fall.
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 4170
Redbud
  • Redbud
  • Code: NUR31
  • Small ornamental tree or shrub prized for its purplish pink blooms in early spring. Grows well in wide range of sites.
  • USD $3.500 /Each
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 1660

Oak

White Oak
  • White Oak
  • Code: NUR28
  • Quercus alba . Large, long-lived oak reaching 80-100 ft in height. Valued for high quality wood and food source for wildlife
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 23730
Sawtooth Oak
  • Sawtooth Oak
  • Code: NUR34
  • Quercus acutissima . 50-60 ft. in height. Though non-native, grows well in eastern states producing large acorn crops as early as age 6
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 12610
Swamp Chestnut Oak
  • Swamp Chestnut Oak
  • Code: NUR10
  • Quercus michauxii . Medium oak in the white oak family; 60-80 ft. in height. Produces quality wood and sweet acorns for wildlife.
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 27750
Live Oak
  • Live Oak
  • Code: NUR29
  • Quercus Virginiana , also known as the Southern Live Oak is an evergreen oak tree native to the Southeastern United States. This is an iconic figure in the South, and is our state tree in Georgia. Typical open grown trees can reach 65.5 feet, with a limb spread of nearly 88.5 feet.
10x USD $3.500
50x USD $1.100
250x USD $0.640
500x USD $0.420
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 7160
Overcup Oak
  • Overcup Oak
  • Code: NUR45
  • Overcup oak (Quercus lyrata) grows very slowly, sometimes to more than 100 feet in height in its native habitat but is more often seen 30 to 40 feet high and wide, forming a rounded silhouette with an open crown, large-diameter branches, and a twisted trunk. It is best suited for wetter, low lying areas and around pond sites.
  • USD $3.500 /Each
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 940
Willow Oak
  • Willow Oak
  • Code: NUR25
  • Quercus phellos . This deciduous tree, in the Red Oak family is moderately fast growing, and grows to be between 65 and 98 ft. tall. It is important for both shade, ornamental, and wildlife. It prolifically produces acorns that are important to a wide variety of animals. Acorn production, on average, usually starts earlier than most native Oak species. Willow oaks are becoming widely popular in urban plantings in large cities such as Atlanta and Washington D.C.
  • USD $3.500 /Each
  • Each
  • Qty avail.: 3830