Tree Toledo is always collecting seedlings and rooting cuttings.
If you're interested, email us at email@example.com to see what's available today.
Are you nuts about Ohio Buckeyes? Here's a link from Ohio State on Growing an Ohio Buckeye Tree.
A good link for the backyard fruit grower, with information and sales of "lower maintenance/less pest-spray" fruit trees, Grandpa's Orchard in Coloma MI is close to Toledo's USDA hardiness zone.
Cornell University provides a detailed assesment for selecting trees for an urban environment in this downloadable book/PDF, with trees hardy into Zone 6 (Toledo is Zone 5B).
A weekly gardening e-newsletter published by The Ohio State University Extension is the Buckeye Yard and Garden onLine.