Dunstan Chestnut trees, Deer Candy Persimmons, and Pear trees arriving to select stores!
Dunstan Chestnut, Deer Candy Persimmon, and Wildlife Pear trees will be arriving to Co-Op Feed Dealer stores to the following states: MD, NY, and PA.
Open the following link to find Co-Op store locations: Co-Op Locations
Trees are expected to arrive
to the listed Co-Op Feed Dealer Stores between August 29th – September 4th.
Dunstan Chestnut, and Deer Candy Persimmon trees will be arriving to Rural King stores to the following states: AL, IL, IN, KY, NC, MI, MO, OH, PA, TN, VA, and WV.
Open the following link for Rural King store locations: Rural King locations
Trees are expected to arrive to the listed Rural King Stores between August 29th – September 4th.
Age of trees by container size:
- 3-gallon are 2 yrs old
- 7-gallon are 3 yrs old.
This is a one time shipment to these stores for this season. They will go FAST!
*Note During the fall season we have limited vendors who order trees
Taking your new Chestnut Hill’s trees home:
The trees will have leaves when you purchase them at the stores. If you do not have an enclosed trailer or pickup bed cover, please lay the trees down and cover with blanket, shade cloth, and/or tarp to prevent wind damage to your investment.
Note Grafted American female persimmons are all self-pollinating except for the variety, Morris Burton. They recommend planting the Morris Burton grafted American female persimmons (Deer Candy collection) with a Deer magnet persimmon tree or with a self-pollinating variety. i.e. Prok or Yates. Plant 20-35′ apart. The variety tag is a small horizontal plastic tag with no picture located on the trunk of the tree with the variety name.
Please refer to Chestnut Hill’s growing and planting information for any additional guidance.
To find out more about Dunstan Chestnut, Deer Candy Persimmon, and Wildlife Pear trees, check out the Chestnut Hill Outdoors website at www.chestnuthilloutdoors.com.
Chestnut Hill is the best place for you to purchase your food plot and deer attractant plants because they offer a large selection, their plants are specifically bred to attract deer, and they offer customers different sized plants at different levels of growth.
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