Bring the holidays to life with a fun-filled gift that grows a living Christmas Tree! These kits make great stocking stuffers, ideal party favors, and wonderful goodwill gifts for friends, family, and colleagues. Fun, festive, and meaningful — give a tree of Christmas Future!
Cherry blossoms are richly symbolic, and have been utilized often in Japanese art, manga, anime, and film, as well as at musical performances for ambient effect. Here's a Grow Kit in our classic Parks Collection interpretive packaging that can bring the beauty of two different cherry blossom trees to your own yard or garden, and, each spring, you'll be greeted by a riot of pink flowers in celebration of your home's very own Cherry Blossom festival!
Everything you need to germinate and grow the world's largest tree! Giant Sequoias are hardy enough to grow well in virtually any climate, and are loved and cultivated throughout the world. This truly majestic species, the most massive of all trees, can live thousands of years and attain monumental size — up to 300 feet tall with trunks almost 40 feet in diameter!
Red Maple is an abundant, adaptable tree, widely planted throughout North America and beyond. This species makes a beautiful, seasonally-entertaining tree for a diverse array of locations. It is highly soil-tolerant, can grow in sun or shade, and is especially well-suited for use as a street, shade, or ornamental tree.
A beautiful, small pine well-suited for container-growing, rock gardens, and small yards, Piñon Pine (Pinus edulis) comes from the desert mountains of California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming. Also known as Nut Pine, this lovely tree is characterized by slow, bushy growth and small, roundish, light-brown cones containing large, delicious seeds valued for food.
Quaking Aspen is a beautiful, useful, historically important, and truly iconic species that can be cultivated virtually anywhere. In autumn, Aspens are nothing less than stunning – gilded with brilliant golden leaves, perpetually trembling and splashing sunlight in every direction.
Colorado’s State Tree, the distinctive Blue Spruce, is the most popular ornamental tree in North America, and is known and loved throughout the world for its amazing blue-grey color and graceful symmetry.
The amazing Bristlecone Pine is perhaps the world's most ancient living organism. The oldest still-living specimen is almost 5,000 years old — that means it is more ancient than Stonehenge, the Acropolis, and even Cheops' Pyramid!
The Whitebark Pine inhabits high mountain realms well beyond the limits of other tree species. But it is not only a great survivor; it’s a great provider – a foundational species in ten states and two Canadian provinces that provides food and shelter for countless high country birds and animals, from mountain goats to grizzly bears.
One of the finest and largest of the eastern American hardwoods, the Tulip Poplar (Liriodendron tulipifera) graces yards and gardens from coast to coast in the United States, also ranging up into Canada and down into Mexico. The Tulip Poplar commonly attains heights of 80 to 100 feet and trunk diameters of 2 to 5 feet, but can grow much larger and much taller — in fact, it is the tallest native deciduous tree in America! It is the official State Tree of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Indiana.
The mighty Ponderosa Pine is often regarded as North America's "most important" pine tree. It dominates forests in every western state, and is widespread in Canada and Mexico as well. This impressive, wide-ranging species tolerates an amazing diversity of climates, altitudes, and soils, and can live for centuries, growing to heights of over 300 feet, with soaring, column-like trunks more than 8 feet across.