The most common tree species are Norway spruce, which accounts for 53% of production. Scots pine accounts for 42% of the production while other species production accounts for 5%. Since 2011, the survey also includes lodgepole pine and birch.
Rooted planting material (86%) is the dominant method of production. Bare-rooted is 14% while the remaining production is virtually nonexistent. Most of the origin of seedlings comes from the Swedish plantations or Swedish stand, totally accounting for about 87%.