2023 Fall Tree and Shrub Sale


Shrubs are an often missing part of home landscapes, yet they provide vital habitat and food for birds and beneficial insects. This sale offers many native shrubs and a few great trees that deserve more use in our area.

Order here: https://wild-ones-west-cook.myshopify.com/

Trees & shrubs available by pre-order only.  Order online until September 15, 2023. Pick-up is September 30, 2023. Please tell your friends and neighbors.

The pickup location will be the parking lot at Euclid Avenue United Methodist Church, on Washington one block east of Oak Park Ave. The lot entrance is on the east side of Euclid, just south of Washington. Some parking is available there and on the street.

We will have volunteers to help you load your trees and shrubs into your vehicle. We will provide timed pick-up slots between 10 am and 2 pm on September 30, 2023.  Please choose your time pickup slot on here: Tree/Shrub Sale Pick Up

If you would like to volunteer to help out with pick-up, please sign up here: Volunteer for Fall Tree/Shrub Sale

Due to the size and cost of these items, there will be no additional plants available for sale on the pick-up date. 

All plants are from Possibility Place Nursery in Monee and are grown from seeds local to the greater Chicago area.  Please contact us if you have any questions about species, conditions, etc., at [email protected].

When viewing each plant category (Trees, Shrubs)  you can pick terms like Sun, Shade, Berries, Butterflies, etc. to find particular types of plants, and use the search box at the top right for anything else.

View information about them by selecting from the categories below or Buy Plants on the top menu bar.

If you are new to natives, please read our Plant Care FAQ for some tips and information.

Here is a link to Doug Tallamy’s list of Keystone Plants–we offer many Keystone Species. They are tagged in the online store as Keystone to help you quickly find them. Keystone species are the backbone plants for an ecosystem. Dr. Tallamy’s research has revealed that these plants support the greatest diversity of insects. After plants, insects are critical for healthy ecological functioning.

All trees and shrubs are in 5 gallon pots unless otherwise noted.

All plant photos copyright Possibility Place Nursery unless otherwise noted.

Featured image is by Heather Holm of a mining bee on American Plum.