Trading with forest woody species

We offer for sale these wood species:

1.    Bare-root seedlings

1.1. Coniferous

  • Norway spruce – Picea abies
  • White fir – Abies alba
  • Grand fir – Abies grandis
  • Scots pine – Pinus sylvestris
  • Mountain pine - Pinus rotundata
  • Black pine – Pinus nigra
  • European larch – Larix decidua
  • Douglas fir – Psedotsuga menziesii

1.2. Deciduous

  • European beech – Fagus sylvatica
  • Sessile oak – Quercus petraea
  • Pedunculate oak – Quercus robur
  • Red oak – Quercus rubra
  • Sycamore maple – Acer pseudoplatanus
  • Norway maple – Acer platanoides
  • European ash – Fraxinus excelsior
  • Little leaf linden – Tilia cordata
  • Big leaf linden – Tilia platyphyllos
  • Black alder – Alnus glutinosa
  • Grey alder – Alnus incana
  • Field elm - Ulmus minor
  • Scots elm – Ulmus glabra
  • White elm – Ulmus leavis
  • Silver birch – Betula pendula
  • Downy birch – Betula pubescens
  • Quaking aspen – Populus tremula
  • Rowan – Sorbus aucuparia
  • Sorb tree – Sorbus domestica
  • Common hornbeam – Carpinus betulus
  • Wild cherry – Prunus avium

2.    Covered-root seedlings (Marbet, QP, BCC, RCK)

2.1. Coniferous 

  • Norway spruce – Picea abies
  • White fir – Abies alba
  • Grand fir – Abies grandis
  • Scots pine – Pinus sylvestris
  • Black pine – Pinus nigra
  • European larch – Larix decidua
  • Douglas fir – Psedotsuga menziesii

2.2. Deciduous

  • European beech – Fagus sylvatica
  • Sessile oak – Quercus petraea
  • Pedunculate oak – Quercus robur
  • Red oak – Quercus rubra
  • Sycamore maple – Acer pseudoplatanus
  • Norway maple – Acer platanoides
  • European ash – Fraxinus excelsior
  • Little leaf linden – Tilia cordata
  • Black alder – Alnus glutinosa
  • Common hornbeam – Carpinus betulus
  • Wild cherry – Prunus avium

3.    Half grown and full grown woody species (2l, 3l)

3.1. Deciduous

  • European beech – Fagus sylvatica
  • Sessile oak – Quercus petraea
  • Pedunculate oak – Quercus robur
  • Red oak – Quercus rubra
  • Sycamore maple – Acer pseudoplatanus
  • European ash – Fraxinus excelsior
  • Little leaf linden – Tilia cordata
  • Black alder – Alnus glutinosa
  • Field elm - Ulmus minor
  • Scots elm – Ulmus glabra
  • White elm – Ulmus leavis
  • Rowan – Sorbus aucuparia
  • Common hornbeam – Carpinus betulus
  • Wild cherry – Prunus avium