• Tree and Evergreen Nursery

    Trees On The Move has over 200 acres of quality, locally-grown nursery stock (visible to drivers on I-43), all available to be transplanted in your yard.
    Our trees have the greatest survival and livability ratings, since they are locally grown and accustomed to our climate. Additionally, the round rootball formed by our uniquely-designed tree spades allows for better root and soil retention. We move the largest - and the most - trees in the area! We're capable of moving and replanting trees from 2" to 10" in diameter, and evergreens up to 25 feet tall, quickly and efficiently.
    So you can have the landscape environment you want now, without waiting 15 years for a seedling to develop into a full grown tree!
  • Most Commonly Sold Trees:
    Ash
    Autumn Purple Ash
    • Broad pyramidal to rounded, cold hardy, deciduous shade tree.
    • Glossy green leaves turn a handsome reddish-purple in fall.
    • Fast growing, easy culture tree for parks or lawns. Grows 45’T x 60’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Cimmaron Ash
    • Fast growing, pyramidal to upright spreading, deciduous tree.
    • Rich dark green leaves turn deep red in fall. Gray, furrowed bark.
    • Ideal specimen. Tolerates drought and excess water. To 60’T x 30’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Patmore Green Ash
    • Cold hardy deciduous shade tree with a wide canopy.
    • Dark gree glossy leaves turn yellow in fall.
    • Perfect shade tree. Seedless variety.
    • Full sun. 50’T x 40’W.
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    Birch
    River Birch
    • Large, fast growing, deciduous tree with pyramidal growth habit.
    • Colorful bark is smooth when young, flakes and curls on older trees.
    • Ideal ornamental tree. Colored bark has winter interst. Grows 50-90’T.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Crab/Crabapple
    Harvest Gold Flowering Crab
    • Small, ornamental and fruiting, deciduous tree. Vigorous grower.
    • Single white flowers are followed by long lasting gold fruit.
    • Excellent street or specimen tree. Mature size 20’T x 15’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Adams Crabapple
    • Dense, rounded, disease resistant ornamental tree, Deciduous.
    • Foliage is green with red tint in spring, orange-red in fall
    • Single pick spring flowers. Carmine red fruit attracts birds
    • Full sun, Grows 35’T x 20’W
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    Brandywine Crabapple
    • Deciduous ornamental tree with rounded symmetrical habit.
    • Burgundy tinted foliage accents the large yellow fruit.
    • Fragrant, double rose-oink flowers cover the branches in spring. Grows 15-20’T x W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Donald Wyman Crabapple
    • Disease resistant, cold hardy, ornamental tree with rounded form.
    • Bright white spring blooms red fruit late summer to fall.
    • Good specimen or accent tree. Mature size 20’T x 20’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Golden Raindrops Crabapple
    • Hardy, deciduous, small ornamental tree.
    • Covered with white flowers in spring, followed by red fruit.
    • Excellent landscape specimen. Grows to 25’T x 25’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Indian Magic Crabapple
    • Small deciduous, ornamental tree. Red-orange fruit lasts into winter.
    • Red flower buds open to deep pink spring blooms.
    • Stunning specimen, accent or mass planting. Grows to 20-25’T x 15-20’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Indian Summer Crabapple
    • Hardy, deciduous, small ornamental tree.
    • Bears a profusion of rosy red flowers in the spring.
    • Disease resistant variety. Grows 18’T x 20’ W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Prairifire Crabapple
    • Deciduous ornamental tree. Rounded form at maturity. Scab resistant.
    • True red flowers in spring followed by maroon, cone-shaped fruit.
    • Superb specimen for dazzling spring color, Grows 15-20’T x 20’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Profusion Crabapple
    • Small, low growing, deciduous, blooming tree. Bronze-green leaves.
    • Purple-red spring blooms with pink centers. Red fruit follows.
    • Superb year round specimen. Grows 15-20’T x 20’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Robinson Crabapple
    • Small, vigorous, deciduous, cold hardy, ornamental tree.
    • Showy, deep pink blooms in spring. Red fruit follows.
    • Bronze green foliage. Showy spring blooming specimen. To 25’T x W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Spring Snow Crabapple
    • Deciduous, small ornamental tree with a rounded grouth habit.
    • Tree is completely covered with white flowers in spring.
    • Bright green leaves emerge as blooms fade. Dazzling specimen. Grows to 50’ tall.
    • Full sun. To 15-20’T x 15’W
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    Sugar Tyme Crabapple
    • Deciduous, showy, ornamental tree with oval form. Disease resistant.
    • Pale pink flower buds open to snowy white blossoms in spring.
    • Rich red, persistent fruit. Showy landscape tree. Grows 15’T x 18’W
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Thunderchild Crabapple
    • Upright, spreadingdeciduous tree with purple foliage.
    • Pink blooms appear before foliage. Dark red fruit.
    • Firelight resistant. Great color specimen or mass.
    • Plant in full sun. Grows 15-20’T.
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    Tina Crabapple
    • Deciduous, dwarf ornamental tree with spreading form.
    • Pink-red buds open to white spring blossoms: red fruit.
    • Ideal specimen or mass planting.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Sargent Crabapple
    • Dwarf, spreding ornamental tree with an interesting growth habit.
    • Pink buds open to white flowers in spring. Dark red fruit follows.
    • Distinctly lobed foliage. Good specimen plant. Very hardy.
    • Plant in full sun. To 6-8’T x 12’W.
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    Pink Spires Crabapple
    • Small, hardy, deciduuis ornamental tree with a narrow, upright form.
    • Pink spring flowers. Purplish-red fruit lasts into winter.
    • Rich red-purple foliage in spring. Grows 15-20’T x 12’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Hawthorn
    Hawthorn
    • Beautiful flowering trees with dainty leaves and thorny branches.
    • Flowers in shades of white, pink, and red bloom in spring.
    • Showy fruit provides color and attracts birds in summer and fall.
    • Full sun. Grows 15-30’T x 10-20’W.
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    Honeylocust
    Skyline Honeylocust
    • Fast growing deciduous tree, Broad, pyramidal form. Thornless variety.
    • Find-textured foliage is deep green turning to golden yellow in fall.
    • Prized for its light, airy, shade. Grows 50’T x 30-35’W.
    • Prefers full sun.
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    Skyline Honeylocust
    • Fast growing deciduous tree. Broad, pyramidal form. Thornless variety.
    • Fine-textured foliage is deep green turning to golden yellow in fall.
    • Prized for its l;ight, airy, shade. Grows 50T’ x 30-35’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Linden
    Greenspire Linden
    • Hardy deciduous shade tree with a strong central leader.
    • Fragrant yellow flowers in june. Showy yellow fall foliage.
    • Good street or lawn tree. Will grow in limestone soils. To 40’T x 30’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Redmond Linden
    • Tall, fast growing deciduous shade tree with a uniform, pyramidal habit.
    • Glossy, light green foliage changes to bright yellow in autumn.
    • Branches show a reddish color in winter. A valuable avenue tree.
    • Full sun. Grows 40-60’T x 25-30’W.
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    Glenleven Linden
    • Fast growing, large, deciduous shade tree with a pyramidal habit.
    • Large green leaves turn to a yellow color in autumn.
    • Slection noted for its very striahgt trunk. Good street tree.
    • Prefers moist soils, will grow in drier soils. Mature size 40- 50’T x 30-35’W.
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    Maple
    Amur Maple
    • Deciduous shrub with spreading, slender branches
    • Fragrant yellowish-white flowers bloom in spring.
    • Brilliant scarlet fall color. 15-20’T x 20-25’W
    • Full sun to part shade.
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    Autumn Blaze Maple
    • Large deciduous tree with central leader and dense oval canopy.
    • Rich green deeply lobed summer foliage. Bright orange-red in fall.
    • Excellent tree for lawn, park or street. Grows to 50’ tall.
    • Prefers full sun.
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    Deborah Maple
    • Rounded, symmetrical, deciduous tree with dense foliage.
    • New leaves are a brilliant redk turning dark green with age.
    • Great for street planting, accent and formal effect. To 50’T x 45’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Green Mountain Sugar Maple
    • Beautiful deciduous tree with upright broadly oval crown.
    • Dark green, waxy leaves reliably turn orange to red in fall.
    • Noted for its heat and dought tolerance. Grows 50’T x 40’W.
    • Prefers full sun.
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    Red Sunset Maple
    • Medium to fast growing, cold hardy, deciduous shade tree.
    • Brilliant red fall foliage holds its color longer than other Maples.
    • Excellent street or lawn tree. Strong wood. Grows 50’T x 30-40’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Royal Red Maple
    • Colorful deciduous tree with a rounded form at maturity.
    • Lush, glossy, deep purple foliage throughout growing season.
    • Excellent for shade or ornamental. Average mature size 40’T x 30’W.
    • Prefers full sun.
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    Oak
    English Oak
    • Large, broadly rounded, open headed deciduous tree. Drought tolerant.
    • Dark green leaves hold on late into fall, drop without color change.
    • Ideal large shade tree for dier areas. Grows 40-60’T x W
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Swamp White Oak
    • Broad, open, round-tipped tree with short, limby trunk. Deciduous.
    • Yellow-brown to red fall color. Leaves are felty white underneath.
    • Suited to moist or wet locations, although drought tolerant.
    • Full sun. Grows 50-60’T x 40-50’.
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    Pear
    Autumn Blaze Pear
    • Fast Growing, hardy, rounded, deciduous tree.
    • Produces a profusion of white, early spring flowers.
    • Bright red fall color adds to the landscape. Great accent plant.
    • Prefers full sun. Grows 35’T x 20’W.
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    Bradford Pear
    • Fast Growing, deciduous, pyramidal shade or ornamental tree.
    • Cluster of white flowers in early spring. Gold to red fall foliage.
    • Tolerates city conditions and poor soils. Grows 30’T x 20’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Chanticleer Pear
    • Deciduous, upright ornamental tree. Also called “ Cleveland Select.
    • Clusters of white sprng flowers. Blooms superior to Bradford.
    • Purple fall foliage. Ideal street tree. Grows 30’T x 15’W.
    • Plant in full sun.
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    Cleveland Pear
    • Deciduous, ornamental flowering tree with erect pyramidal growth habit.
    • Glossy, dark green scalloped foliage. Vibrant orange fall color.
    • Spectacular early spring display of pure white flower clusters.
    • Plant in full sun. Grows to 30’T
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