Hickory

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There are about 20 species of hickory trees, and they grow all around the world right. There are about a dozen of them native to the U.S., but you’ll also find other hickory tree species growing in places like China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, and Canada. If you’re in the market for wholesale hickory trees for sale, Cold Stream Farm can provide you with some of the most popular species from the U.S. We carry bitternut hickory (Carya cordiformis) trees as well as shagbark hickory (Carya Ovata) trees. Both bitternut hickory and wholesale shagbark hickory trees are excellent options for different reasons.

Bitternut hickory trees, which are also commonly called swamp hickory trees, are very large deciduous trees that can live for up to 200 years in many cases. They grow best when they’re in moist soils, but they’re tolerant of lots of soil types. The wood produced by these wholesale hickory trees for sale from Cold Stream Farm is known to be hard and durable, which makes it ideal for making furniture, tool handles, and more. Bitternut hickory trees also produce seeds devoured by rabbits and other small animals.

Like bitternut hickory trees, the wholesale shagbark hickory trees grow to be very large. They can grow up to 90 feet tall when placed in well-drained soils. They also produce hickory nuts that attract a wide variety of small animals, like squirrels, chipmunks, and foxes as well as birds like mallards and wild turkeys. These wholesale hickory trees are easily recognizable thanks to their shaggy bark, and that bark can be used to add flavoring to maple-style syrup in some cases. You can trace shagbark hickory trees all the way back to the Native Americans, who used the trees to smoke meats, make bows, and much more.

Would you like to get your hands on wholesale hickory trees for sale? Cold Stream Farm would be more than happy to speak with you about our bitternut hickory trees and our wholesale shagbark hickory trees. Touch base with us at 231-464-5809 to find out all about them.