Wire Basket Chart

DECIDUOUS TREES

TREE SIZE CALIPER BASKET WIDTH BASKET DEPTH WEIGHT LBS WEIGHT KG
45 MM 24” 20” 300 135
50 MM 28” 22” 500 225
60 MM 28” 22” 500 225
70 MM 32” 24” 700 320
80 MM 34” 26” 900 410
90 MM 36” 26” 1100 500
100 MM 40” 30” 1500 680

CONIFEROUS

TREE SIZE HEIGHT BASKET WIDTH BASKET DEPTH WEIGHT LBS WEIGHT KG
125 CM 24” 20” 300 135
150 CM 24” 20” 300 135
175 CM 28” 22” 500 225
200 CM 28” 22” 500 225
250 CM 32” 24” 700 320
300 CM 40” 30” 1500 680
350 CM 45” 35” 2200 1000
PLEASE NOTE BASKET SIZES AND WEIGHTS ARE ESTIMATES ONLY

PLANT TOLERANCES

 

Different variables may attribute to the tolerancy of plants.

 

SALT TOLERANT PLANTSPLANTS TOLERANT TO JUGLANS – WALNUTPLANTS TOLERANT OF DENSE SHADEPLANTS TOLERANT OF MOIST SOILSPLANTS THAT TOLERATE POOR, DRY SOILS
Acer campestreAcer palmatumAcanthopanax seilboldianaAcer rubrum and cvsAcanthopanax sieboldiana
Acer platanoides and cvsAcer palmatum dissectumAcer campestreAcer saccharinumAcer campestre
Amelanchier cvsAcer saccharumAmelanchier cvsAdiantum pedatumAcer ginnala
AroniaAjuga reptansArctostaphyllos uva-ursiAjuga reptans and cvsAcer saccharinum
BetulaAstilbe sppAroniaAmelanchier and cvsBerberis thunbergii and cvs
Eleagnus angustifoliaBetula nigra ‘Heritage’Calycanthus floridusAstilbe and cvsBetula spp and cvs
Fraxinus americana and cvsCampanula carpaticaCercis canadensisAthyrium flix-feminaCeltis occidentalis
Fraxinus pennsylvanicaCatalpa bignoidesClethra alnifolia and cvsBetula nigra and cvsChaenomeles spp and cvs
Ginkgo biloba and cvsCeltis occidentalisCornus floridaCalamagrostis Karl FoersterCornus racemosa
Gleditisa triac. inermis and cvsCercis canadensisCornus racemosaCalycanthus floridusCorylus colurna
Gymnocladus dioicusChrysanthemum sppCornus sericeaCeltis occidentalisCotinus coggyria and cvs
HamamelisCornus floridaEuonymus fortunei and cvsClethra alnifolia and cvsEleagnus angustifolia
Hibiscus syriacus and cvsConvallaria majalisFernsCornus alba and cvsFraxinus pennsylvanica and cvs
Hydrangea spp and cvsDicentra spectabilisHamamelis and cvsDeutzia gracilis and cvsGleditsia triac. inermis and cvs
HypericumDoronicum sppHedera helix and cvsDicentra spectablisGymnocladus dioicus
Ilex (deciduous)Echinacea purpureaHostaEuonymus coloratusHamamelis spp and cvs
Magnolia (most)Galium odorataHydrangea petiolarisFraxinus pennsylvanica and cvsHosta spp and cvs
MyricaGeranium sanguineumHydrangea quercifoliaGleditsia triac. inermis and cvsJuniperus spp
Philadelphus virginalisHemerocallis sppKalmia latifolia and cvsGymnocladus dioicusKolkwitzia amabilis
Pinus (dwarf types)Hibiscus syriacusMahonia aquifoliumHamamelis sppMyrica pennsylvanica
Populus spp and hybridsHosta sppMicrobiota decussataHemerocallis sppParthenocissis spp
Potentilla (most)Iris sibiricaPachysandra terminalis and cvsHosta sppPinus strobus
Prunus cistenaJuniperus chin. PfitzerianaSymphoricarpos sppIlex verticillata and cvsPotentilla spp and cvs
QuercusJuniperus virginianaTaxus and cvsKalmia latifoliaRhus
Rhus (most)Kerria japonicaThuja occidentalisMiscanthus sinensis and cvsRibes alpinium and cvs
Ribes alpinum and cvsKerria japonica PlenifloraTsuga sppMyrica pennsylvanciaRosa rugosa and cvs
Rosa (shrub form)Onoclea sensibilisViburnum mostNyssa sylvaticaSedum
SalixOsmunda cinnommeaVinca minor and cvsOsmunda cinnommeaViburnum lentago
SorbusPaeonia spp Pennisetum alope. and cvsYucca filamentosa and cvs
TaxodiumParthencissus quinquefolia Phlaris arundinacea Picta 
Viburnum (some)Philadelphus coronarius Platanus acerifolia 
Yucca filamentos and cvsPhlox paniculata Populus spp and cvs 
 Phlox subulata Quercus bicolor 
 Picea abies Salix most 
 Populus Taxodium distichum 
 Pulmonaria spp Viburnum dentatum 
 Pyrus calleryana Viburnum lentago 
 Quercus alba Viburnum trilobum and cvs 
 Querus rubra Vinca minor 
 Sambucus canadensis   
 Thuja occidentalis   
 Tsuga canadensis   
 Viburnum lantana   
 Viburnum carlesii   
 Vinca minor   

PLANTS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR FALL PLANTING UNLESS CONTAINER GROWN OR SPRING DUG

TREES

Acer rubrum and cultivars
Acer saccharinum and cultivars
Betula and cultivars
Ostrya
Populus and cultivars
Prunus and cultivars
Quercus & cultivars
Salix and cultivars

EVERGREENS

Larix and cultivars
Picea and cultivars
Pinus nigra
Thuja and cultivars
Tsuga and cultivars

 

Metric - Imperial Conversions

 

 

Metric Conversions

Capacity
1 Imperial gal. = 4.5461 litres
1 litre = 0.219969 Imperial gal.

Volume
1 cu. in. = 16.3871 cu. cm
1 cu. cm = 0.061024 cu. in.
1 cu. yd. = 0.76456 cu. m

Lengths
1 in. = 2.540 cm
1 cm = 0.3937 in.
1 ft. = 0.3048 m

Area
1 sq. in. = 6.4516 sq. cm
1 sq. cm = 0.1550 sq. in.
1 sq. ft. = 0.0929 sq. m
1 sq. m = 10.764 sq. ft.
1 sq. yd. = 0.83613 sq. m

Ground Covers
(100 Plants Per Flat)


Spaced 4” apart will cover 11 sq. ft.
Spaced 6” apart will cover 25 sq. ft.
Spaced 8” apart will cover 44 sq. ft.
Spaced 10” apart will cover 70 sq. ft.
Spaced 12” apart will cover 100 sq. ft.
Spaced 15” apart will cover 156 sq. ft.
Spaced 18” apart will cover 225 sq. ft.
Spaced 24” apart will cover 400 sq. ft.
Spacing is figured centre to centre.

Soil & Mulch Coverages
1 cu. yd. will cover 324 sq. ft., 1” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 162 sq. ft., 2” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 108 sq. ft., 3” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 81 sq. ft., 4” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 54 sq. ft., 6” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 40.5 sq. ft., 8” deep
1 cu. yd. will cover 27 sq. ft., 12” deep