TOP NEWSGrow Disease-Resistant Apple Varieties in Your Home Orchard or U-Pick Farm; Thousands of Trees, Rootstocks, and Scions Now Online for Spring 2024 Shipping!
Increase food security and profitability with varieties that are bred specifically for resistance to common diseases.
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Starter steps for grafting and budding your own fruit trees, including preparation of scionwood and rootstocks.
Learn about the apple qualities and categories of most interest to cidermakers, very different than dessert apples.
See our intro to pollination of apple, pear, and stone fruit trees, and use our "Pollenizer" to find partners for your trees.
We are a small fruit tree nursery in New York apple country. Since 1994, we have shipped to orchards of all sizes in the Lower 48.
It was never the simple job it looked to be – stacking would go well until we had 90% of the load aboard, then things got sticky.
When a customer came calling, Grandmother would head for the special pen of young chickens. She had a special chicken-catcher.
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November 27, 2023 | Increase food security and profitability with varieties that are bred specifically for resistance to common diseases.
September 18, 2023 | Spring 2025 tree inventory is also online.
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A few things we're loving right now...
The rock-star, cold-hardy apple from Minnesota.
A late-blooming, extremely cold-hardy, freestone peach.
A bittersharp English cider variety.
A sweet-tart Morello-type cherry from Hungary.