Specializing in non-GMO Organic Plants

                                 

New inventory will be posted in late November

                  All new orders will be shipped spring 2017 (late winter also for grafting material)                     

                                         

                                                            

New for 2017 :    Fruit CSA    We will be offering a membership that will include fruit and fruit products from July through December, featuring apples, pears, apple cider, fruit juices, frozen berries and other fruit, fresh berries, and extras.  All products are certified organic and grown on our farm exclusively. Not only do you get a price break, but some of our offerings are only available to members.    Pickups weekly at the farm.         Contact us for details.

 

 

Be advised that some items may have only a few items left in stock, so if adding to your cart does not work, it is likely the quantity you ordered are not available.  Try a smaller number.
Email questions or requests any time through the contact box

Trees and bushes are generally shipped in early May, unless special arrangements.

Scionwood and rootstock is shipped Feb-May.

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.

Please explore the free information in the RESEARCH sections

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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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