Bareroot shrub liquidation sale!

Brigitte Eaton Uncategorized

Last chance for bareroots this year! Bareroot season is over, so get them while you can! We are currently liquidating the last of our bareroot shrubs and berries $3 each or 10/$25: Cornelian Cherries, Sea Berries, Siberian Pea Shrubs, Buffaloberries, Grapes, Wisteria, Ginkgo, White & Red Mulberry Seedlings. Raspberries, Currants & Gooseberries, Rhubarb, Horseradish. Raspberry Varieties: Spring: Boyne & Canby, …

Nursery Updates: Bareroots, Shipping & Olives

Brigitte Eaton Blog Posts, Nursery Details

Bareroots Bareroot shipping has ended for the season. Bareroots are still available for sale in the nursery, but as we are in the process of potting them up they will not be available to purchase via the website. We hope to have them potted up by the end of April, so if you still want bareroots, make a trip sooner …

Are two retail locations better than one?

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We were recently contacted by Digger magazine for an article on opening multiple nursery locations: “For this story, we would like to talk to people who have been there, done that and lived to tell the tale — both those who succeeded, and those who tried and thought better of it. Obviously you fit in this category, so I am …

Availability List – 2/1/2017

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Some people have been requesting current availability that is in spreadsheet format. This is an alphabetical availability, hopefully in the near future we will be able to group all plants of one type together. Please place all orders via the website. Harvest Nursery Current Availability 2/1/2017 Harvest Nursery Spring 2017 Future Availability

Bareroots in the snow

Spring Availability 2017

Brigitte Eaton Blog Posts, Nursery Details

We’ve been getting lots of requests for more information on our Spring Availability 2017. As people recover from the holidays and start thinking about Spring, they are noticing that we still have a lot of out of stock items. So here’s an update on what’s happening here at Harvest Nursery. We’re trying to get our greenhouses up, but the weather is …

Your fruit trees need to eat!

Brigitte Eaton Blog Posts, How to

The latest Pomona newsletter from the North American Fruit Explorers (NAFEX) opens with an amusing story about peach trees that never bore fruit until the author fed them. Since this is something Gabriel tells people to do every day, we thought it should be repeated here. Because, if an expert fruit grower doesn’t realize their trees need food, why would …