Unusual Fruit

Unusual Fruit

Burr Oak now available. One of the largest acorns with a distinctive "hairy" cap. Sweeter and less bitter than most oaks but still strong on the tannins. Can be pretty tardy to bear...as in decades...but shouldn't we do some things in life for our children that we have little hope of enjoying? Can live over 400 years and grows 70 to 80 feet tall.

Hardy to zone 3.

Plants include: Burr oak, Juneberry, Rose, Shade Trees, Aronia Berry, Highbush Cranberry, Jerusalem Artichoke, Rhubarb, Seedling Fruit Trees,

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  1.  Beechnut


    American Beech. Fagus grandifolia. Hardy native deciduous trees producing edible nuts. Learn More
  2. Antonovka seedling tree

    Antonovka seedling tree

    Seedling tree which produces edible fruit. Cold hardy. Learn More
  3. aronia berry

    aronia berry

    Very attractive fruit producing plant. Healthy fruit is astingent fresh but excellent in juices, hard ciders and wines, and in sauces. Learn More
  4. Beaked Hazlenut

    Beaked Hazlenut

    Native northeastern bush hazlenut Sold as pair of 2 plants Learn More
  5. acorn

    Burr Oak

    Edible oak Learn More
  6. Custom grafted apple tree

    Custom grafted apple tree

    Custom grafted tree from our extensive collection. These are freshly grafted, and you grow them up to tree size yourself. Learn More
  7. Edible Daylily

    Edible Daylily

    Orange daylily used as perennial vegetable and as ornamental. Learn More
  8. Gift Certificate

    Gift Certificate

    Order a Gift Certificate in 5 dollar increments (20 dollar minumum). HOW TO ORDER : Each number you order is in increments of 5. For example if you want a 50 dollar certificate you order 10. Sample : 10 units x 5 dollars each = 50.00 We will mail a nice card with the gift certificate anywhere in the US at no charge. Learn More
  9. Highbush Cranberry

    Highbush Cranberry

    A tall hedge plant with edible red berries. Learn More
  10. Jerusalem Artichoke

    Jerusalem Artichoke

    Available as a tuber (mail order or spring) and as potted plants at the nursery. Learn More

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