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Fruit Tree Nurseries

Fruit Tree Nurseries

My growing list of Fruit Tree Nurseries

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I get a lot of questions from readers about where to buy fruit trees and berries, so I’ll be adding a series of link pages to the top menu bar, under uh, “Links.” (I’m such a clever fellow.) Fruit Tree Nurseries is the first one to be added as it’s the perfect time of year to order bare-root fruit trees. Dormancy allows for lower shipping costs (no soil to ship) and a greater choice of fruit tree varieties. Check out the links below and if you have some you’d like to recommend, leave a comment and I’ll add the nursery to the list.  Happy Growing!

fruit tree nurseries bringing home the fruit
Boz loves fruit, too!

Fruit Tree Nurseries

* denotes fruit tree nurseries where I have purchased plant stock (and also been a happy customer).

Garden Help
  • Garden Watch Dog | Great gardener feedback, a site providing customer reviews of recent purchases from online nurseries and other garden retailers.
  • Plant Scout | An amazingly helpful link because it allows you to search for a plant by its common or botanical name and share what other gardeners have to say about it. Even better, the search returns nursery sources for the plant, and reviews of the nursery.
Tall Clover Farm | Posts about growing fruit


  1. Great post Tom. An excellent resource for future reference.

    And how about a shout out for our island’s Vashon Fruit Club, where expert orchardists share their experience with novices on every aspect of successfully growing fruit trees in our often peculiar climate. The club’s latest project: a research station where fruit varieties can be tested in a rigorous, controlled setting over several years.

    • Thanks Gene, yep, Vashon is lucky to have such a fine Fruit Club. I’m always amazed by the breadth and depth of activities. Doesn’t hurt to have a WSU Ag super star in our midst, either. 😉

  2. Sadly, I have no place on my small city lot for fruit trees 🙁 Maybe a friend from the Pacific Northwest could supply me with organic fruits and berries?


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