WHITE TAIL TREES FOR WILDLIFE FOOD PLOTS

After 30 years in the Tree Protection business, Using our distributor network, Tree Pro has identified what these professionals believe to be the best trees and shrubs to go with wildlife food plots. 

We strive to provide all of our customers with the best possible combination of wildlife food plot trees to keep the game fed throughout the winter hunting season.

Why plant trees in a wildlife food plot?

Flexibility and variety are key to every food plot. No matter what plant you chose to be your major food source you will do maintenance on that every year. Trees that provide food are virtually maintence free. Ground cover changes from year to year, but trees are forever

Wildlife Food Plot Tree Seedlings 

Each tree comes with a Survival Pack which includes:

  •  60” Tree Pro tree protector to protect from deer and accelerate grow 5 to 7 times.
  • 60” treated pine stake.
  • Root inoculation which introduces beneficial bacteria and mycorrhizal to promote health and growth.

Title

AUG-SEPT

Hybrid Chestnut

Early Drop Chestnut

Oak Tree

Granddad Pear and Grandpa Pear

Timber Chestnut

Shade Crabapple

Trophy Oak

Title

OCTOBER

Late Drop Chestnut

Northern Chestnut

Hybrid Burr Oak

Black Walnut

Persimmon

Title

NOV-DEC

Late Drop Pear

Winter Apple

Title

JAN-APRIL

Highbush Cranberry

Winter Apple

Trees For Wildlife Species

Purchase 10 Wildlife trees for $200

–included in the price is 10 tree tubes and stakes

-smaller and larger orders are welcome.
-You can mix species in your orders.

Hybrid Chestnut

This hybrid is a favorite of deer and makes an excellent Tree for wildlife. Our seed are from a 30 year old Dunstan Chestnut Plantation. These trees produce the perfect size and sweetness that will bring in the deer for miles. 

These Chestnut can be planted in zones 5-9. The tree start producing in 3-5 years and in certain situations can produce as early as 2 years. 


Early Drop Chestnut

The Early Drop Chestnut are from a separate section of the 30 year old plantation. The chestnut seed starts to drop in mid-August to 1st of September. That is 6-8 weeks earlier than other variety. This trait brings the deer to your property earlier, than any other nut producing tree, increasing your chance to get that big buck. 

The Early Drop Chestnut can be planted in zones 5-9. It will also produce in about 3-5 years. 


Timber Chestnut

The Timber Chestnut grows like a traditional timber tree, tall and strong. Not only does is provide food for wildlife, but after a number of years it will be harvest-able for maximum value. 

The Early Drop Chestnut can be planted in zones 5-9. It will also produce in about 3-5 years. 

Gobbler Oak

This Early Drop Oak Tree begins its drop early September. The dime size acorns are perfect for turkeys as well as deer.

This specie is more tolerant to water, but you'll want to avoid planting in swamp or wetlands. It will being producing 7-8 years. It can be planted in any hardiness zone in the U.S.A.


Trophy Oak

The Trophy Oak produces acorns up to 1.5" in diameter. The majestic tree is also known to be oak wilt resistant which is sweeping across the plain states moving east. 

These can be planted in zones 5-9. The Trophy Oak can handle high moisture content in soil, but not in wetlands. 

Fruit Trees

Apple trees are a fantastic tree for wildlife, because of their production and natural sugar content. Wildlife will travel for miles once they find a source of this sweet food source. We have a single source of some of the longest holding apple and crab apples available. 

 Winter apple tree in February. 

Winter apple tree in February. 

Winter Apple

This heavy producer has 1.5" apples that extends your food source until mid February. This apple has a hardiness from zone 4-8. The picture above is from February. 

 High bush cranberry is a heavy producer. 

High bush cranberry is a heavy producer. 

High bush cranberry

 High Bush Cranberry is popular with all animals and holds until April. The little berries are PERFECT for game birds and turkey. The deer move on to them once all other food sources have dried up. 

Shade Apple.jpg

Shade Crab Apple

Place this variety where the sun doesn’t shine to add an additional food source without taking up precious ground. Heavy production in a minimal sun light environment. Good for zones 4-8

Whitetail Trees Jiffy Pot planting Video

Whitetail Trees TP Pot tree planting Video