Rare trees | New England
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Buy Our Rare Trees
If you’re a committed plant lover, Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm has an exquisite repertoire of rare tree seedlings. Our new and sought-after species will add authenticity and uniqueness to your green surroundings.
Let’s make your front or backyard dream a blooming reality. Our team of landscaping experts can advise you on which rare trees will work best on your property. We have seedlings for gardens and landscapes of all sizes. If you’re also interested in fruit and nut trees, we have those too and would be happy to help you devise the perfect combination. To make the most of our expert ideas, contact us today!
“Seedlings for gardens and landscapes of all sizes”
Our Range of Rare Trees
With their elegance and hardiness, rare trees can enhance the charm of any garden or landscape. Due to their rarity, these trees come with an inherent value and most growers find it highly satisfying to witness their tree mature and thrive.
Nutcracker Nursery & Tree Farm carries an impressive stock of rare trees. You’ll have the chance to choose from...
- Siebold's Maple (Acer sieboldianum)
- Tetradium daniellii
- American Bladdernut, Staphylea trifolia
- American Persimon, Diospyros Virginiana
- Amur Corktree, Phellodendron amurense
- Anise magnolia (Magnolia saliciflora)
- Bald Cypress
- Big leaf Maple (acer macrophyllum), and many more
Check out our collection and choose from our line-up of rare trees!
“Enhance the charm of your garden”
25 to 50 = 5%
51 to 75 = 10%
76 to 150 = 15%
151 to 350 = 20%
351 and more = 25%
Discount from 30% to 40% for large quantities... request a quote by email
Staphylea trifolia , the American bladdernut, is native to eastern North America, from southern Ontario and southwestern Quebec west to Nebraska and Arkansas, and south to Florida. It is a medium sized shrub growing to 11 m (36 ft) tall. Its growth rate is medium to fast. The leaves are opposite and... more
Staphylea trifolia , the American bladdernut, is native to eastern North America, from southern Ontario and... more
‘Valley Forge’, a Dutch elm disease tolerant elm. Over the past 50 years, millions of stately elms shading the streets of the American landscape have been lost to Dutch elm disease (DED). Selected after 20 years of research, ‘Valley Forge’ has high levels of disease tolerance,... more
‘Valley Forge’, a Dutch elm disease tolerant elm. Over the past 50 years, millions of... more
Diospyros virginiana is a persimmon specie commonly called the American Persimmon. It ranges from southern Connecticut/Long Island to Florida, and west to Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Kansas. The tree grows wild but has been cultivated for its fruit and wood since prehistoric times by Native Americans.... more
Diospyros virginiana is a persimmon specie commonly called the American Persimmon. It ranges... more
Zone 4 b...attracks bees and very rare tree found occasionnaly Cladrastis kentukea , the Kentucky yellowwood or American yellowwood (syn. C. lutea, C. tinctoria), is a specie of Cladrastis native to the Southeastern United States. Cladrastis kentukea is a small to medium-sized deciduous tree typically... more
Zone 4 b...attracks bees and very rare tree found occasionnaly Cladrastis kentukea , the Kentucky... more
Amur cork tree is a deciduous tree with a rounded, broad-spreading crown. It is noted for its attractive shape, bark and foliage. It is indigenous to moist soils in the valley of the Amur River which serves as the boundary between Siberia and China. It typically grows 30-45’ tall with a short trunk and low... more
Amur cork tree is a deciduous tree with a rounded, broad-spreading crown. It is noted for its... more