Please note: The Bareroot Fruit Tree orders have concluded for Spring 2019. 

We will have the selection for Spring 2020, available to order by August 1, 2019.

Planting your own fruit trees is a great way to increase the edibles in your yard, provide a food source for pollinators, and a beautiful addition to the landscape. Bareroot fruit trees are an affordable option for Spring planting. These trees are locally grown and are grafted on cold hardy, semi-dwarf root stock.

Please be aware that most fruit trees require another tree of the same species, but different variety, in order to cross-pollinate.

This is a bareroot product: there is no soil on the roots, and requires immediate planting. 

Tree height is 4 to 5 feet tall.

***This is not a shippable product. Pickup is at the nursery the last week of April, and first week of May. 

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Apple 'Cortland'

Excellent fresh or for cooking; keeps well..


Apple 'Liberty'

Scab resisitant cultivar, that is a strong and vigorous tree. Dark red fruit, prolific in number. Ve..


Apple 'Lobo'

Similar to MacIntosh, but ripens a bit earlier and is much hardier. Fruit is crisp and slightly tart..


Apple 'MacIntosh'

Excellent fresh; ripens mid to late September...


Peach 'Harrow Beauty'

For the experienced gardener who likes to experiment! Uniform trees that are medium to large in size..


Pear 'Clapp's Favorite'

Early,cold-tolerant; large reddish coloured fruit for eating. Vigorous, and does well in heavy soil...


Pear 'Flemish Beauty'

This is the hardiest Pear cultivar for colder climates. Very productive and vigorous; high quality f..


Plum 'Early Golden'

One of the earliest ripening plums of the season, in July. Freestone, medium-sized, firm and sweet t..


Plum 'Italian'

Good to eat or can; short, stout and hardy; blue fruit; European variety...