Looking for easy-to-grow trees for your home orchard? Choose from these apple, peach, pear, plum, and cherry varieties that...
Welcome to Our "Beta" Site
Posted on January 12, 2021
Welcome to the new Cummins Nursery web site – the beta version at least! We will launch the full site in Spring 2021 after we give this thing a trial run and gather your feedback. Meanwhile you can use this site starting now. It has most of the new features.
You can now...
Place orders for TREES that ship in Spring 2022 – New, 2 years inventory!
Place orders for ROOTSTOCKS – New, online ordering!
Place orders for SCIONS – New, first time offered!
Inquire about custom trees – New, special inquiry form!
You can also...
Find pollination partners for your trees – New, special search feature!
Browse trees by alphabetical list or by photos – New, way to view!
Learn about fruit trees in our "Learn Trees" section – New, educational content!
Manage your new account
Please see this post: "Do I Need an Account on the New Cummins Site?" In short, you will have to create an account on the new web site even if you had one on the old site. The exception is if you had an order for Spring 2021 shipping that you placed before January 2021 – then you only have to reset your password.
Please send us feedback for the full launch. There might be some hitches in our giddyup since the beta site is a totally new thing. Or maybe you'll see something you like. Either way we would REALLY like to hear from you.
But I liked the old site!
There is plenty of sentimental love for our old pink and yellow web site. It served for 22 YEARS! A genuine piece of 20th-century cyber-memorabilia. But for all its charm, the time had come. Broken links and a dented old database meant 2020 was the moment for our small farm to join the 2020s.
A few things we're loving right now...
A highly flavored, late-season dessert apple, perfect for organic production.
A hardy pear with exceptionally good flavor.
These apples and pears were grown in North America during the Colonial Era and through the time of the American...