The Yuma County Conservation District (YCCD) in Wray now has trees, flowers, shrubs and landscaping supplies for the 2024 season available.
A variety of trees are available including seedling evergreen plugs and bare root shrubs and trees. These low-cost seedling and bare root trees can be used for wind breaks, erosion control, snow breaks, wildlife habitat or any other use that can be beneficial to landowners.
In addition, the YCCD offers larger potted fruit trees and bushes including elderberry, apple, apricot, blueberry, blackberry, cherry, peach, pear, plum, grapes and even rhubarb! There is also a selection of perennial flowers to add to your flower gardens. Newly added this season are a variety of potted shrubs including lilac, potentilla, spirea and honeysuckle!
YCCD also offers native grass seeds, landscape fabric, staples, fertilizer tablets, polymer and a full line of drip irrigation materials as well.
To order, please visit our website at www.ycconservation.com. Orders can also be placed over the phone, by email or in person at the YCCD office. Orders will be accepted until March 29, 2024. Tree pick-up will be mid to late April (customers will be notified of specific day once truck schedules are made). For additional information, please call the YCCD at 970-332-3107 extension 9002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.