At Maine Tree Growers we grow a variety of conifers for landscaping

SALE: If you purchase 5 white, red, or jack pine - or any combination of the three - at the normal price of $25 per vertical foot of tree, then you will get a 6th of similar size at no cost to you.

We grow all our trees in the mineral rich, well-drained soil of Thorndike, Maine in hardiness zone 5a. By carefully planting the seedlings, fertilizing as needed, and shaping the growing tree, we strive to grow healthy trees with a full but natural appearance. We are a great resource for those who are looking to purchases trees and who are able to plant them or arrange to have them planted – from landscapers and contractors to industrious property owners – especially if you can pick them up in Thorndike. We will load the trees and give you planting advice.



We are working toward our goal of building a supply of most native conifers plus a few particularly nice non-native trees. If you are interested in purchasing any of our trees, review the 2024 Spring inventory and give us a call at (207) 568 3637 for availability and pricing, or use the contact feature of our website. Trees will become available after we start digging in early April this year and we are usually able to continue digging for abut 4 to 5 weeks.


We offer for sale this spring a variety of native shrubs that will be sold in containers, including high bush cranberry, ninebark, button bush, shadbush serviceberry, arrowwood, nannyberry, winterberry, alternate leaf dogwood, and grey dogwood. If you have any questions, call Bill at (207) 930-5649.


We are now growing shade tree seedlings including, Sugar maple, red maple, American elm, white oak, bur oak, swamp white oak, hornbeam, hophornbeam, yellow birch, basswood, and blackgum. Finally, we have begun to grow some balsam and fraser fir in in-ground bags, which will be dug, placed in a plastic pot, to be sold as live 5’ Christmas trees. The shade trees and Christmas trees won’t be ready for a few years. Call Bill for shrubs and questions about the future at (207) 930-5649.

Fir Trees grown in Maine
Balsam Trees grown in Maine
Fir Trees grown in Maine