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Tuesday • January 21 • 2020 Volume 57• Number 03 bp INSIDE: n Menards n Fleet Farm n Employment Presorted Standard US Postage Paid Permit #8 ECRWSS Vermillion, SD n Bomgaars Postal Patron Local Since 1934 201 W. Cherry n Vermillion, SD 57069 n Phone: 605-624-4429 n Fax: 605-624-2696 n www.broadcasteronline.com Clay-Union Conservation District 2020 Handplant Order Form • Conservation grade stock, grown for winter hardiness in South Dakota • All are bareroot, unless otherwise specified • Payment (cash or check) must accompany order • Weather permitting; trees will be available for planting by Late-April SHRUBS $50/bundle of 25 or $2.75/each ___Almond, Russian ‘Regal’ ___Aronia, ‘McKenzie’ ___Caragana ___Cherry, Nanking ___Cherry, Sand ___Chokecherry, Common ___Cotoneaster, Centennial ___Currant, Golden ___Dogwood, Redosier ___Dogwood, Roughleaf ___Elderberry, Common ___Honeysuckle, Arnold Red ___Indigo, False ___Lilac, Common ___Lilac, Villosa ___Lilac, White ___Ninebark, Common ___Plum, American ___Rose, Hansen Hedge ___Sumac, Skunkbush ___Sumac, Smooth ___Willow, Sandbar ___Willow, Streamco CONIFERS $50/bundle of 25 or $2.75/each ___Cedar, Eastern Red ___Juniper, Rocky Mountain ___Spruce, Black Hills ___Spruce, Colorado ___Spruce, Meyer ___Spruce, Norway 1 Gallon $15.00, 2 Gallon $20.00 5 Gallon $35.00 Potted ___Cedar, Eastern Red ___Black Hills Spruce ___Colorado Spruce ___Spruce, Meyer ___Spruce, Norway SPECIALITY TREES AND ___Cherry, Black ___Elm, Siberian SHRUBS - $2.75/each or ___Hackberry ‘Oahe’ $50/bundle of 25 ___Honeylocust, Thornless ___Maple, Freeman ___Maple, Silver ___Oak, Red ___Oak, Bur ___Oak, Swamp ___Willow, Peachleaf ___Willow, Golden ___Ash, Manchurian ___Aspen, Quaking ___Birch, River ___Chokecherry, Schubert ___Cottonwood, Native ___Cranberry, A. Highbush ___Elm, Japanese ___Hazelnut, American ___Honeysuckle, Freedom ___Coffeetree, Kentucky ___Lilac, Japanese Tree ___Linden, American ___Linden, Little Leaf ___Plum, Bounty ___Plum, Prairie Red ___Viburnum, Nannyberry ___Walnut, Black ___Willow, Flame ___Mountain Ash - 2-3’ ___Aspen, Quaking - 2-3’ ___Birch, Paper - 3-4’ ___Cherry, Black - 3-4’ ___Oak, Bur - 3’-4’ ___Linden, Little Leaf - 3-4’ ___Hackberry - 3-4’ ___Hawthorn, Arnold ___Maple, Freeman - 3-4’ ___Maple, Silver - 4-5’ ___Willow, Flame 3’-4’ ___Apricot ___Cherry, Pin ___Chokecherry, Amur ___Crabapple, Midwest ___Crabapple, Red Splendor ___Crabapple, Siberian ___Hawthorn, Homestead ___Maple, Amur ___Maple, Tatarian ___Mulberry ___Olive, Russian ___Pear, McDermand ___Willow, Laurel Leaf LANDSCAPE TREES ____Firefall Maple $25/each 5’ Stock Height - up to 40’ Does not produce seeds. Fall color is bright orange to scarlet. ____Boulevard Linden $20/each 4’ Stock Height - up to 50’ Fragrant yellow flowers. Ideal where width is limited. ____Spring Snow Crabapple $24/each 4’ - 5’ Stock Height - 25’ White Flower No Fruit - Fruitless TALL TREES $50/bundle of 25 or $2.75/each ___Fireside Apple - 5’ Stock Semi-Dwarf - 15’ height Bloom: Mid-Late Ripens: Mid Oct. Resistant to Cedar-Apple Rust Good Pollinators - Honeycrisp, Freedom ___Honeycrisp Apple - 5’ Stock 3 - 6’ STOCK $25/bundle of 5 or $7/each MEDIUM TREES $50/bundle of 25 or $2.75/each 2020 FRUIT TREE SPECIAL $30/each or 5 FRUIT TREES FOR $135 OR 10 FRUIT TREES FOR $260 Semi-Dwarf - 15’ height Blooms: Mid-Season Ripens: Late Sept Red Fruit Great for Baking Introduced by U of Minnesota in 91. Good Pollinator - Liberty, Fireside ___Haralred Apple - 5’ Stock Semi-Dwarf - 15’ height Bloom:Late-Season Ripens:Early Oct Hard, crisp, medium sized red fruit Good Pollinators - Fireside, Delicious ___Brookcot Apricot - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 12-15’ Blooms: Late April Ripens: Early August Bright yellowish orange with red blush Good flavor for fresh eating or canning Self Fruitful -pollination improves yield ___Scout Apricot - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 10-15’ Blooms: Late April Ripens: Early August Fruit is bronze gold, blushed with red Good for canning & jam Self Fruitful -pollination improves yield ___Evans Bali Cherry - 4- 5’ Stock Mature Height - 15-20’ Blooms: Early May Ripens : August Excellent for baking & eating. Deep, dark red fruit 1” in diameter. Self Fruitful ___Superior Plum - 5’ Stock ___Toka Plum - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 15-20’ Blooms: Late April Ripens : Mid August Richly flavored, medium sized fruit Introduced SD Experiment Station 1911 Use Pipestone or Superior Plum to Pollinate ___Contender Peach - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 12-15’ Blooms: Early May Ripens: Mid/Late Aug Freestone peach w/ bright yellow flesh Delight for fresh eating/canning/baking Self Fruitful ___Summer Crisp Pear - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 15’ Blooms: Early May Ripens: Mid August Very hardy pear Resistant to Fireblight Released from U of Minn in 85 Use Patten for Pollination. ___Patten Pear - 5’ Stock Mature Height - 15’ Blooms: Early May Ripens: Mid September Fruit is good size & quality, tender & juicy. A good pollinator for most pear trees. Use Summercrisp for Pollination. Other Apple Trees Are Available for Order: Liberty, Freedom, Harralson, McIntosh POTTED HARDWOOD 1 Gallon ____Aspen, Quaken ____River Birch ____Prairie Harvest Hackberry ____Kentucky Coffee tree ____Common Lilac ____White Lilac ____Maple, Freeman ____Bur Oak ____Potentilla ____Wilow, Dwarf Blue Artic Mature Height - 15-20’ Blooms: Late April Ripens : Late August One of the BEST plums on the market. Good for eating, jam, & jelly. Use Toka plum for pollination. ___Boxelder ___Catalpa, Northern 2020 PERENNIAL FLOWER & GRASS ORDER FORM We have a great book with a collection of pictures & descriptions of our perennials at our office. 2020 PERENNIAL SPECIAL – Potted Perennials: 1 for $10 or 5 for $45 ($9 each) or 10 for $80 ($8 each) NATIVE GRASSES #300 Pots ____Bluestem, Big ‘Bonilla’ ____Bluestem, Little Badland ____Bluestem Little Heaven ____Buffalograss ‘Bowie’ ____Dropseed, Prairie ____Feather Reed Grass ‘Karl’ ____Grama, Blue ‘Bad River’ ____Grama, Sideoats ‘Pierre’ ____Indiangrass ‘Tomahawk’ ____Junegrass ____Sweetgrass ____Switchgrass ‘Dacatah’ ____Wildrye, Canada Mandan GARDEN PERENNIALS #300 Pots ____Bleeding Heart ____Coneflower, Cheyenne Spirit ____Daylily ‘Always Afternoon’ ____Daylily ‘Bright Sunset’ ____Daylily ‘Early Snow’ ____Daylily ‘Jolyene Nichole’ ____Daylily ‘Strawberry Candy’ ____Daylily ‘Summer Blush’ ____Daylily ‘Prarie Wildfire’ ____Daylily ‘Tawny’ ____Delphinium, Blue Butterfly ____Hosta ‘Blueberry Muffin’ ____Hosta ‘Cameo’ ____Hosta ‘Designer Genes’ ____Hosta ‘Guacamole’ ____Hosta ‘June’ ____Hosta ‘Neptune’ ____Hosta ‘Patriot’ ____Hosta ‘Wolverine’ ____Iris, Siberian ‘Ceasar Bro’ ____Iris, Siberian ‘Contrast’ ____Pasque Flower ‘Hybrid’ ____Sage, Russian ____Salvia ‘Bumblesnow’ ____Salvia ‘May Night’ ____Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ NATIVE PERENNIALS #300 Pots ____Alexanders, Golden ____Aster, Heath ____Aster, Smooth Blue ____Bergamot, Wild ____Black Eyed Susan ____Blazing Star, Button ____Blazing Star, Meadow ____Cardinal Flower ____Columbine, American ____Compass Plant ____Coneflower, Purple ____Coneflower, Yellow ____Coreopsis, Prairie ____Culvers Root ____Gentian, Bottle ____Goldenrod, Showy ____Hyssop, Anise ____Indigo, Wild Blue ____Leadplant ____Lily, Prairie ____Lobelia, Great Blue ____Milkweed, Butterfly ____Milkweed, Rose ____New Jersey Tea ____Pasque Flower, Native ____Penstemon, Shell Leaf ____Prairie Blue Eyed Grass ____Prairie Smoke ____Queen of the Prairie ____Rattlesnake, Master ____Rose, Praire ____Sage, White ____Spiderwort, Prairie ____Sunflower, Maximillian ____Sunflower, Stiff ____Vervain, Hoary ____Violet, Prairie ____Yucca GRAPE VINES #300 Pots - $10 each ____Grape ‘Frontenac’ ____Grape ‘King of the North’ ____Grape ‘Valiant’ RHUBARB #300 Pots ____Rhubarb, Canda Red ____Rhubarb, Victoria BERRIES ___Strawberry, Allstar June Bearer - $1/each or $10/bundle of 12 Has vigor & resistance to red stele, verticillium wilt, powdery mildew & leaf scorch ___Raspberry, Caroline Fall Bearing - $4.25/each or $40/bundle of 10 Vigorous growth habits, disease resistance, & exceptional fruit quality. PERENNIAL ORDERS CAN NOT BE CANCELED, AND ARE NOT RETURNABLE. All Perennials MUST be picked up within one week of notification that they are ready for pickup. Union Conservation District PO BOX 458, Elk Point, SD 57025 Clay Conservation District 121 Kidder St., Vermillion SD 57025 Misi Kayl: District Manager mkayl@outlook.com Name: _________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________ Home or Cell Phone: _____________________________________________ Email Address: __________________________________________________ 605-356-3308 ext. 3 Union County 605-624-7060 ext. 3 Clay County Cell: 605-670-0384 OUR DATA SPEAKS VOLUMES What does this mean? It means that, as a publication audited by Circulation Verification Council (CVC), we have a clear understanding of our impact, including the number of households we reach, how much we’re read and our influence on purchasing decisions. When it comes to serving readers and advertisers, CVC is the standard. Put your trust in the Broadcaster Press, audited by CVC. Broadcaster Press Cost of Trees: _______________________ Sales Tax: ___________________________ Total Amount Paid: _____________________ Home of Great Ideas since 1934 201 W Cherry St. • Vermillion, SD Phone: 624-4429 • Fax: 624-2696 BroadcasterOnline.com
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