Annual Tree & Plant Sales

Every year, the Mason-Lake Conservation District offers sales for tree seedlings and for native plants.

Orders for the Spring Tree Sale are usually accepted until early April with pickup held in late April at the Mason County Fairgrounds.Pre-orders for 2021 are accepted until March 15. Pickup dates for 2021 are Friday, April 23 from 2pm-6pm and Saturday, April 24 from 9am-12pm at the Mason County Fairgrounds Community Building.

The Mason-Lake Conservation District Fall Tree Sale is annually held in October. It is conducted by pre-orders only.

You may take advantage of some great prices for the following:

Coniferous Trees:

  • White Cedar
  • Red Pine
  • White Pine
  • White Spruce
  • Blue Spruce
  • Norway Spruce
  • Red Cedar

  • Seed Mixes:

  • Native Grass Mix
  • American Beachgrass
  • Native Grass Mix
  • Native Sandy Pollinator Mix

Conservation books and conservation products will also be available for sale. Fall tree planting is recommended only for conifers on coarse textured soil (sand and loamy sands), soil that is well or moderately well drained.

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Annual Native Plant Sale is Mid-June

The Annual Native Plant Sale in mid-June will be hosted by AFFEW at Rotary Park, downtown Ludington. There are also a variety of plants available for purchase on pick-up day as well. Native plants are great for any landscape and are highly tolerant to year-round weather conditions in Michigan. They are also more resistant to pests, disease and drought. For more information visit

Annual Tree Sale in Spring

The annual Mason-Lake Conservation District Tree Seedling Sale is held in Spring with pre-orders only. Order early for best selection. Pickup is in late April at the Mason County Fairgrounds.

You may take advantage of some great prices for the following:

  • Conifers (Including Red Pine, White Pine, White Spruce, Norway Spruce, and White Cedar)
  • trees
  • Shrubs
  • Fruit Trees
  • Groundcover
  • and many others

Planting a tree can be very beneficial to the health of the environment. Earth Day and Arbor Day at the end of April is a great time to plant trees, being the first opportunity where the ground is usually warm enough to plant. To learn more about the importance of trees in the environment, you can read our story Make a Positive Environmental Impact this Arbor Day!

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Last Updated: 11-28-2023 01:20 PM ID: 1289