NEWS and EVENTS




12/6/2018

Fall shipping season for 1yr old container trees is coming to an end. Last day to place an order for fall will be on Friday, December 7th by 3pm.

Spring shipping season for 1yr old bareroot and dormant trees will begin the last week in January through late April. We will open the website for spring orders on December 20th.

Tentative shipping season for 1yr old trees that are shipped via UPS ground.

Plant Zones 8-9 in January-February

Plant Zones 7-8 in February-March

Plant Zones 5-6 in late March-April


You can join our email list to receive a list of retail stores and locations for 3 gallon and 7 gallon trees.

At this time we do not have confirmed store locations or shipping dates.


Use the link below to plug in the zip code where you will be planting for specific plant zone.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map


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Shipping information for Mail Order Trees. All mail order trees are 1yr old trees and are shipped UPS ground.

We ship our trees via UPS Ground during the Spring and Fall according to your USDA plant Zone and the weather at the time.


Tentative Spring Shipping Schedule *Note all 1yr old trees are shipped bareroot and dormant.

Plant Zones 8-9 in January-February

Plant Zones 7-8 in February-March
Plant Zones 5-6 in late March-April


Tentative Fall Shipping Schedule * Note all 1 yr old trees are shipped non-dormant in a container with leaves. We do not recommend shipping/planting to zone 5 in the fall.

Plant Zones 6 in late September

Plant Zones 7-8 in October
Plant Zones 8-9 in November



How to Plant a Chestnut Tree

Click the following link for detailed step-by-step tutorials on how to plant your new chestnut trees!

Spring Planting Instructions

The Best Food Plot Tree

The American Chestnut was the primary mast tree for wildlife in the eastern U.S., until it was killed by the Chestnut Blight. The blight resistant Dunstan Chestnut makes possible the replanting of the American hardwood forests with the tree that produces more high quality food per acre than oaks or other trees.

Video - R.D. Wallace discusses the Dunstan Chestnut

The Best Food Plot Tree