I live in Geraldton, Ontario Canada (Zone 1b, Canada Zone Hardiness Index) and own an >acre property. Around here people know me as the guy that grows trees. I am looking for nurseries that sell and ship small tree seedlings. I enjoy experimenting with trying to push the limits of plant hardiness. I have many tree species that are found much further south. Listed below are some of the species I have growing (for those who are interested). In my collection, the larger trees I planted that have been growing for the past +/- ten years without winter damage are the Sugar maples, (Acer saccharum); Red maples, (Acer rubrum); Silver maples, (Acer saccharinum); American beech, (Fagus grandifolia); Basswoods, (Tilia americana); Butternut, (Juglans cinerea); Ironwood, (Ostrya virginiana); E. White pine, (Pinus strobus); Red pine, (Pinus resinosa); Eastern hemlock, (Tsuga Canadensis); Ohio buckeye, (Aesculus glabra); Colorado spruce, (Picea pungens) and Norway spruce, (Picea abies), most are around 4 metres tall. I am particularly proud of my 2.5 metre Serbian spruce trees, (Picea omorika). Smaller trees that Iâ€™ve started by seed 2 years ago are the Kentucky coffee trees, (Gymnocladus dioicus) and Pitch pines, (Pinus Rigida). I had 100% germination and survival to so far. I would like to expand by trying some other trees. I would like to try species that will challenge me (my experiment â€“ success or loss?). I have good micro sites that protect from the winter desiccation. The soils are derived mainly of dry/fresh medium sands with a silty fresh/moist depression on the property. I am looking to acquire Red spruce, (Picea rubens); Brewers spruce, (Picea breweriana) and Fraser fir, (Abies fraseri). Would anyone know what nurseries carry these species and whether they ship them here in Canada or from the States to Canada? I would prefer either small containerized stock or bare root. Iâ€™ve found that survival is better because they have time to establish protected beneath our ample snow in the winter. Thanks.