Trees available from the nursery. __
Ranges are based on the medium (ie reasonable) projected effects of climate change (RCP 4.5).

Red Oak


White Pine


Red Maple


Eastern Hemlock


White Ash


Green Ash



Apple Tree (Malus Pumila)




Yellow Birch


Lifespan150
Sun/shadeShade
Wet/DryMoist

White Birch


White birch will have a hard time in the long term, but they are short-lived so they're good to plant now as a pioneer species to provide cover for successional trees.
Lifespan40-50
Sun/shadeSun
Wet/Dry

Balsam Poplar

Lifespan100
Sun/shadeSun
Wet/DryBoth



Eastern White Cedar



Eastern Larch




Red Pine


Red Spruce


Balsam Fir




White Spruce


Black Spruce


No Climate Change Data: Blueleaf Birch

Shrubs

Common Elderberry

Lifespanshort
Sun/shadeSun, Both
Wet/DryWet, Both


Red-berried Elder

Lifespanshort
Sun/shadeSun
Wet/DryDry


Beaked (Bebb's) Willow
Dry, upland, boreal.

Black Chokeberry (Aronia melanocarpa)
Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Plants have a wide range of soil tolerance including boggy soils.

Aronia prunifolia (purple-fruited chokeberry)
Basically identical profile to black chokeberry. Can withstand boggy soil.

Winterberry Holly
Often found in large groupings, native hollies thrive in open, wet areas. They are very tolerant of standing water and salt.

Spirea latifolia (white meadowsweet)
Grows in any soil type

Spirea tomentosa (steeplebush, hardhack)
Prefers wetter soil than latifolia

Heartleaf Willow... if Salix eriocephala (Missourri willow) then wet soil.. if Salix cordata (sand dune willow) then dry sandy soil

close proximity, probably relevant to PEI