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Happy Valley Tree Farm

Under the Lyons Enterprises family of products, Happy Valley Tree raises quality tree stock for your home, business, or community. Our healthy nursery stock is raised in Walcott, North Dakota and adapted for northern growing conditions. We also offer delivery and planting services.

Below are the current species we have available for 2018.

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Baby Blue Spruce

H = 40-60’   W = 15-30’   Foliage = green – blue   Shape = upright, pyramidal

Broad, dense tree with pyramidal shape. Horizontal, stiff branches and ranges in color from green to blue.

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Black Hills Spruce

H = 40–60’  W = 20-30’  Foliage = dark green  Shape =  upright, pyramidal

Native to the Black Hills. Has a compact, dense growth habit and bright dark green needles.

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Colorado Blue Spruce

H = 40-60’   W = 15-30’   Foliage = green – blue   Shape = upright, pyramidal

Broad, dense tree with pyramidal shape. Horizontal, stiff branches and ranges in color from green to blue.

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Eastern Red Cedar

H = 30-40’  W = 10-20’  Foliage = green in summer, bronze in winter  Shape = bushy

Native red cedar with varying shades of green. Has soft limber foliage with bronze overtones in winter. Excellent for wind break, visual screen, and benefits wildlife.

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Quaking Aspen

H = 40-60’  W = 20-30’  Foliage = light green summer, yellow fall  Shape = pyramidal, rounded

Native tree with a narrow pyramidal growth habit when young, becoming rounded as it matures. Leaves are light green above and silvery-green beneath. Tolerates a wide range of soil types. Good in natural groupings. Earned the name “quaking” because of the quaking sound that the leaves make in the wind.

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Rocky Mountain Juniper

H = 20-30’  W = 8-12’  Foliage = silver-green with blueberry like seeds  Shape = bushy

A bushy hardy tree that is great as both an ornamental yard tree and also great for windbreaks and visual screens because of its bushy growth. A very attractive tree that is also great for wildlife.

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Scotch Pine

H = 30-60’  W = 30-40’  Foliage = green, medium to long needles  Shape = upright, broad

Large evergreen that does well in a variety of soils. Has short spreading branches and medium to long needles. Becomes more open and almost umbrella-shaped with age. Has a unique orange-brown bark.

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White Pine

H = 50-80’  W = 30-40’  Foliage = blue-green  Shape = upright, broad

A large, graceful, wide-spreading pine with long, slender, blue-green needles. This pine has an overall ‘soft’ appearance. Needs moist, well-drained soils and is intolerant of salts.

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Norway Spruce