The order page: http://www.in.gov/dnr/forestry/3620.htm
I used your post as a search perimeter to find some other states seedling information
and a ton of information is readily available. Different names for different areas. Some
show great information, others not so much. Being from Iowa originally I saw a news
article about them having trouble with declining orders. Many states have a minimum
amount a customer needs to order, some have a dollar amount minimum. I'm sure all
these have work arounds, especially if you have neighbors interested in the same stuff
you are. Also most are date specific for time of year they take orders, others till they
Here is the google search I did with State Nursery "seedling orders"
in the search box.
Montana They have one of the work-arounds for small
farm owners in the Flathead area.
Colorado (part of it)
Funding/Grant Info Colorado
NH Order/Description Catalog
WV News Clip
WV Order Page
PA Ordering Information
Kentucky Coffee Tree Information
I added this because I thought, "How neat!" (Be sure to roast though, they are toxic otherwise.)
Did you know most states in the U.S. have an official state nursery? These nurseries offer tree seedlings, perfectly suited for your state's climate, for significantly cheaper than you could buy them from a private nursery. Many of these trees are lumber trees, but there are a number of "wildlife" trees that produce fruits that are just fine for human consumption: apples, persimmons, elderberry, sumac, plums, walnuts, chestnuts, pawpaws, black cherry, and oaks, to name a few. These trees are not going to be improved varieties which you would find at grocery stores or farmers markets, but they will produce edible fruits and nuts. If you have a larger property which you would like to reforest with trees that have more use than just lumber, then take a look at your state's (or a neighboring state's) site.
I have placed links below to every state's nursery/seedling tree program that I could find. Some states do not have an official nursery anymore, mainly due to funding issues. Some states may have one, but I couldn't find it. Some state's information was rather confusing, so I just placed the link to the most current flyer/order form (typically a PDF file); in this case, you may need to use the contact information on the flyer to obtain the most recent order form. by John Kitsteiner