Cambridge Tree Project
Cambridge Tree Project

The safe and easy way to buy trees and shrubs in the Madison area:

Reserve trees now by email and arrange delivery directly to your home this spring for a nominal charge.

 

To save delivery costs use curbside pickup in Cambridge starting mid April 2021.

 

info@CambridgeTreeProject.org

Best Sellers:

  • Birch, River and White
  • Crabtree, Red Flowering
  • Dogwood, Pagoda
  • Ginkgo
  • Magnolia, Pink
  • Magnolia, White
  • Magnolia, Yellow
  • Maple, Japanese
  • Maple, Red
  • Maple, Sugar
  • Oak
  • Redbud 

Contact Us:

 

  info@CambridgeTreeProject.org

  608 513 1977

  FaceBook: Cambridge Tree Project

 

Our Mission:

 

Affordable and interesting trees and shrubs for your home with proceeds helping landscape Cambridge, Wisconsin schools, streets and parks.

 

Choose from nearly 1000 trees, most of which easily fit into a sedan and take little time to plant and care for. 

 

See menu above for complete, updated selection of all available trees and shrubs.

 

Our first donation in 2008 was four Allegheny serviceberries to the school environment club:

Goals/Progress:

Add 1,000 living trees to Cambridge village forest by 2020: 

1000 living trees have been added to the Cambridge village forest.

Increase species diversity of our community forest. 

  • 2004: 70% of public trees were ash and maple. 35 different species.
  • 2020: 17% ash and maple. 164 species.


History: Founded 2007 in Cambridge

Who can buy trees? Anyone - regardless of where one lives. Order trees by email or phone call and choose between curbside pickup in Cambridge or delivery to your home for a nominal fee.

Living Donations:

  • 816 street trees
  • 68 park trees
  • 56 school district trees
  • 193 trees to CamRock Park
  • 47 trees donated to Village residents for planting on private property
  • 346 trees sold through tree sales and planted on private property in Village

 

Diversity:

The number of tree species in Cambridge has grown from 35 to 164 since 2004. The following trees can be observed growing throughout our community:

 

Alder, European

Ash, Green

Ash, White

Aspen, Big Tooth

Aspen, Trembling

Baldcypress

Beech, American

Beech, European

Birch, Chinese

Birch, Gray

Birch, Himalayan

Birch, Paper

Birch, River

Birch, Swamp

Birch, Sweet

Birch, Yellow

Buckeye, Bottlebrush

Buckeye, Ohio

Buckeye, Red

Buckeye, Yellow

Butternut

Castor Aralia

Catalpa, Chinese

Catalpa, Northern

Catalpa, Teas

Cedar, Red

Cedar, White

Cherry, Black

Cherry, Manchurian

Cherry, Sargent

Chestnut, American

Coffeetree, Kentucky

Corktree, Amur

Cottonwood, Eastern

Crabtree

Devil's Walking Stick

Dogwood, Corneliancherry

Dogwood, Kousa

Dogwood, Pagoda

Elm, American

Elm, Lacebark

Elm, Siberian

Elm, Smoothleaf

Evodia, Korean

Filbert, Turkish

Fir, Balsam

Fringetree, American

Ginkgo

Goldenrain Tree

Hackberry

Hawthorn, Cockspur

Hawthorn, English

Hawthorn, Green

Hawthorn, Washington

Hazelnut, Farges

Hemlock, Canadian

Hickory, Shagbark

Hickory, Shellbark

Honeylocust

Hoptree

Hornbeam, American

Hornbeam, European

Horsechestnut, Common

Horsechestnut, Japanese

Horsechestnut, Red

Ironwood

Katsuratree

Larch, American

Larch, European

Larch, Japanese

Linden, American

Linden, Littleleaf

Linden, Mongolian

Linden, Silver

Locust, Black

Maackia, Amur

Magnolia, Cucumber

Magnolia, Loebner

Magnolia, Saucer

Magnolia, Star

Magnolia, Sweet Bay

Magnolia, Umbrella

Magnolia, Yellow

Maple, Amur

Maple, Freeman

Maple, Hedge

Maple, Henry's

Maple, Ivy-Leaved

Maple, Japanese

Maple, Korean

Maple, Manchurian

Maple, Miyabei

Maple, Montpelier

Maple, Nikko

Maple, Norway

Maple, Painted

Maple, Paperbark

Maple, Red

Maple, Shantung

Maple, Silver

Maple, Sugar

Maple, Sycamore

Maple, Tatarian

Maple, Trident

Maple, Tri-Flower

Mimosa

Mulberry, Red

Oak, Black

Oak, Bur

Oak, Chestnut

Oak, Chestnutleaf

Oak, Chinkapin

Oak, Dwarf Chinkapin

Oak, English

Oak, Mongolian

Oak, Northern Pin

Oak, Nuttals

Oak, Oriental White

Oak, Pin

Oak, Red

Oak, Shingle

Oak, Shumard

Oak, Swamp White

Oak, White

Osage Orange

Parrotia, Persian

Paw Paw

Pear, Flowering

Pecan

Persimmon, American

Pine, Austrian

Pine, Eastern White

Planetree, London

Pondcypress

Redbud, Eastern

Redwood, Dawn

Sassafras

Scholartree, Chinese

Serviceberry

Silverbell, Carolina

Silverbell, Mountain

Smoketree, American

Snowbell, Japanese

Spruce, Black Hills

Spruce, Blue

Spruce, Norway

Spruce, White

Sterwartia, Japanese

Sugarberry

Sweetgum, American

Sycamore

Tree Lilac, Japanese

Tuliptree

Tupelo

Walnut, Black

Willow, Corkscrew

Willow, Weeping

Wingnut, Chinese

Yellowhorn

Yellowwood, American

Zelkova

 

Photo Gallery of Trees:

Sycamore: this tree was 6 ft. tall when planted in 2006 on the 200 block of North Street. It is now 54 ft. tall, growing at a rate of 47 inches every year.

 

 

 

Red Horsechestnut: one of our most-requested trees. This tree is on the 300 block of North Street and has averaged 16" of annual growth with regular watering.

 

 

 

Buckeye and Goldenraintree: planted along North Alley, on the left is an Ohio buckeye with tan-colored buckeyes. On the right is a goldenraintree with interesting light green seed pods.

 

 

 

Minnesota Strain Redbud: two years after planting, pictured in June. This tree grew to 14 feet tall in six years. This redbud cultivar is one the few hardy redbuds for our area, easily handling even the coldest winters. 

Proceeds from our tree sales have gifted and established 1000 additional living trees in Cambridge since 2006

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