Elm, Siberian – Ulmus pumilaMenoken Farm
Additional 2022-2023 Tree Sale Information
In April of 2023, customers will receive an email notification of when the trees will be available for pick-up. If you prefer to receive a written notice of the pick-up date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the address you would like the notification
Pick up of the trees is tentatively scheduled for May 6, 2023 (This date may change depending on availability of trees from the nurseries and weather conditions). If the trees are not picked up on the designated date, arrangements must be made to pick them up within 7 days.
If your order total is more than $100 and you did not pay via credit card, you will be mailed an agreement letter to be signed and returned with a 50% down payment (check or cash) to our office within 30 days of your on-line order, with the remaining balance to be paid at the time the trees are picked up.
The Burleigh County SCD is a non-profit organization. Because of the many factors beyond our control, the District cannot guarantee survival on the trees. Full payment must be made regardless of tree survival. Tree stock and related materials cannot be returned.
All sales are final.
*If you have any questions, please call our office at 701-250-4518 ext. 3
Agricultural Producers - Sales Tax Info
Agricultural Producers – Trees that are purchased for a windbreak or wind erosion projects are not subject to ND sales tax. Contact our office when placing an order and be able to certify that you are an Ag Producer.
Deadline for tree orders is January 31, 2023.
As of February 1st, 2023 All tree orders must be placed by printing the order form and filling it out and returning it to Burleigh County SCD office.
Surplus orders are not guaranteed to be filled. If trees are available they will be filled in the order they are received.
Elm, Siberian – Ulmus pumila
A very hardy, fast growing tree with brittle wood which is subject to breakage. Extremely susceptible to insect, disease, and herbicide damage, which makes it an undesirable tree. Often confused with Chinese elm which is not hardy in North Dakota. The largest tree in North Dakota is 60 feet tall with a canopy spread of 55 feet.
Conservation Grade – base price
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