Thanks for a great season.

We are no longer shipping trees or bushes for 2014.

Any orders placed now will be fulfilled in the spring of 2015.

(Except for gift certificates which can be ordered and will be shipped at any time.)

Rootstocks and scionwood are generally shipped in February and March.

Trees and bushes are generally shipped in March and April – please keep in mind that the weather is an essential player in all of our scheduling and sometimes spring orders get delayed due to heavy snow or cold temperatures.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please use the contact us link (upper right corner) and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

 Enjoy a restful winter…

 

All plants are CERTIFIED  ORGANIC unless marked otherwise !

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Be sure to look at the RESEARCH link for all kinds of information of organic growing, and happenings on the farm.

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 Our family works hard to understand all of the aspects of organic fruit growing in our northern Vermont climate. Our experiences and research has given us a wealth of information that we share with those who hope to produce fruit for their own family.

Our mission is to help our neighbors and customers grow their own food, and do so organically and sustainably. While most nurseries simply buy, mark-up and re-sell shipped-in stock, we are primarily farmers…growers of the fruit in our orchards and nearly all the species in our nursery.

Preservation of heirloom fruits, particularly apple germplasm is also very important to the farm. We grow more than 400 apple varieties and add to the diversity of our orchard each year, sharing new, old and interesting apple varieties with folks who are interested. 

 

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