News and Events


It's time to place your tree orders for the Spring season. 


Orders for Spring season, 1yr old trees dormant and bareroot will be shipped (Late January through Late April) for USDA plant zones 5-9.

All 1yr old trees are shipped UPS ground.
Tentative Spring shipping schedule is below
Plant Zones 9-8 in mid-January-February.  Plant Zones 8-7 in February-March.  Plant Zones 6-5 in late March-April.

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 Fall shipping of our trees to select stores information below!

Replenishment shipment to Rural King stores are expected to arrive September 19th- 23rd

2019 Replenishment Rural King Store List

Shipments to Rural King stores are expected to begin to arrive by September 15th - 19th.

Click below for a list of store locations:

2019 Fall Rural King Store List

Shipments to Co-Op Feed Dealer stores in the North-East!

Click below for a list of store locations:

2019 Fall Co-Op Feed Dealer Store List


Email Signup

 Join our email list here for updates on new shipments and be the first to know about Dunstan Chestnut trees and other wildlife trees in your area!

Orders for Spring season, 1yr old trees dormant and bareroot will be shipped (Late January through Late April) according to you USDA Plant Zone and weather. All 1yr old trees are shipped UPS ground.
Tentative Spring shipping schedule is below
Plant Zones 9-8 in mid-January-FebruaryPlant Zones 8-7 in February-March. Plant Zones 6-5 in late March-April.




How to Plant a Chestnut Tree

Click the following link for detailed step-by-step tutorials on how to plant your new chestnut trees!

Spring Planting Instructions

The Best Food Plot Tree

The American Chestnut was the primary mast tree for wildlife in the eastern U.S., until it was killed by the Chestnut Blight. The blight resistant Dunstan Chestnut makes possible the replanting of the American hardwood forests with the tree that produces more high quality food per acre than oaks or other trees.

Video - R.D. Wallace discusses the Dunstan Chestnut

The Best Food Plot Tree