"The Growing of trees
is a lesson in Patience. They can be assisted, but never rushed" Kevin
Our 2014 Christmas tree season is
We are currently sold out of trees for our 2014 season. If you
are still needing a tree see the Lions Club at the courthouse square in Tipton,
There hours are 2-7 PM daily.
PH: 563-452-4300 or
Our 2015 catalogs of Trees and shrubs will be out the first
week of January.
If you are thinking of a windbreak jump right over to
our site we have for them:
A sign that we received from Trees Forever on our buffers program
We can plant your potted trees with our auger in Iowa, Illinois, SW WI,
When you buy your trees and shrubs from Kelly Tree Farm you get our
experience of 50 years of Silviculture, which is the "art and science of growing
trees". So do not be afraid to ask us questions as our experience can help
you get the successful planting you want to do in 2015.
We accept Cash, Checks and VISA and MASTERCARD.
Kelly Tree Farm -
191 Quincy Ave. Clarence, Iowa 52216
GPS Coordinates N41 55.174' W091 03.362'
Kelly Tree Farm Windbreak
Brad and Patty Manuel from Olin, IA with their
state award from Soil and Water Districts for Best Windbreak.
We planned, provided the trees and planted the windbreak in 2001.
A few of our over 30,000 potted leaf trees and
We do plant trees/shrubs through out Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Roots from a walnut tree only 6 months old,
the tap root has been cut in a process called undercutting. This is done
during July and the tree immediately stops all top growth and then makes many
lateral roots that are perfect for planting in the following spring. We do
this with most of our trees such as oaks, hickory, pecan, evergreens, and many
Kevin and Buck checking out Red oak seedlings
Our Seedling Tree Planter with Sprayer
Remember that anyone can sell you a tree but if it does not survive
or grows poorly in your area you have lost more than the price of
the tree you have lost your time and that is something that cannot
be replaced, Thank you for stopping by and hope to hear from you.
"The trees that are slow to
grow bear the best fruit" --Moliere
Thank you for visiting us.. KTF