District Annual Tree Sale
Wasco Co. SWCD
USDA Service Center
2325 River Rd. Ste. 3
The Dalles, OR 97058
Office Hours
Monday thru Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Closed Holidays
Ph: 541-296-6178 ext 3
Fax: 541-296-7868
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Privacy Statement
photo: Mt Hood & Wheat 2006
The tree and shrub list is available in the Sept/Oct issue of the GROUNDWORK. Trees and shrubs are specifically chosen for the arid climate of Wasco County and surrounding areas in the Columbia Gorge. Native and naturalized, most are particularly suited for riparian plantings. Shrubs are mostly fruit bearing for wildlife plantings. Plants are bareroot, however, Ponderosa Pine and Douglas fir can be plugs (though we won't don't often know until we complete our nursery order), Willows and Cottonwoods are cuttings.

Payment is required at the time of order and we begin taking orders upon publication of the Plant list. The deadline to reserve your order is typically around the end of January following publication of the order list. We place our nursery orders based upon customer orders.

There will no longer be pre-orders after the January deadline. We will be holding a one-day only sale in March - after the pre-orders are put together. The day of the sale will be announced in advance, the exact date is dependent upon receipt of the nursery stock.

The links below are for plants typically found on our plant lists. However, we do try to change some species from year to year. Click on the plant names to access pdfs.
2019 Plant List (pdf)
Bigleaf Maple
Colorado Blue Spruce
Red Osier Dogwood
Douglas Fir
Wild Mock Orange
Pacific Ninebark
Quaking Aspen
Austrian Pine
American Plum
Golden Currant
Woods Rose
Pacific Willow-cutting
Coyote Willow-cutting
Noble Fir
Ponderosa Pine
Rugosa Rose
Note: The 2019 sale is over
Cottonwood - cutting
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US Forestry Pamphlets on Forest Insect and Disease Leaflets (FIDLs)
Is there something bothering your tree(s) and not sure what it is? Check out the link below for some common pests and diseases of trees.
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