The following plants are available for fall shipping and for pick up at the farm and the Olympia Farmer's Market. Fall orders for shipping will be reviewed on an individual basis.We will be able to ship your order in the fall, if the nursery stock goes dormant here (usually late October) in time to safely ship your order across the country. Orders that can't be shipped in the fall will be shipped in the winter or spring.
Follow the bare root shipping chart for fall orders.
Very productive at making small to medium fruits that are firm, sweet and juicy. Inside the shell, the kernel has a sweet, edible almond-like pit. Chinese / Mormon Apricots bloom later that most and ripens mid summer. Quick to bear with good frost resistance. Self fruitful, though cross pollination may increase yield. Very hardy to Zone 4-8.
A patented variety newly released from WSU and only available to growers in Washington State. Cosmic Crisp® Apple is a cross between Honeycrisp and Enterprise. A large, crisp and very flavorful juicy red apple known for high yield, attractiveness, disease resistance and long keeping quality. (ONLY SHIPPED TO WASHINGTON)
Native to the gulf region but very hardy and widely adapted. Wood exceedingly resistant to decay and insects. Bald Cypress will grow in standing water and is more ornamental under such conditions producing buttress-like knees at base of trunk. Fairly fast growth. Beautiful orange brown foliage in fall, before losing its leaves. Zone 4-9.
Especially flavorful fruit, large dark red berries that ripen midseason. McFarlin Cranberry will grow in peat, sandy, or clay soil if acidic with adequate moisture. If you don't have such a soil, get some peat moss and create a bed for them. They are second only to blueberries in anti-aging, disease fighting antioxidants. Cranberry consumption also prevents urinary tract infections.
A natural cross between a Pacific Northwest native: Alaska Cedar (Nookta Cypress) and a Monterey Cypress. Faster growing than either parent; resulting in a tall, narrow, upright growing evergreen tree. Will grow 1 ½ - 3 ft. per year in its early years. Dense foliage making it suitable as a privacy screen or windbreak and it takes well to shearing. Grows to about 70 ft. tall. Leyland Cypress was developed in Wales in 1888. Needs full sun and regularly moist soils to do well. Zones 6-10.
Cephalotayus harringtonia "Fastigiata" has dense green foliage resembles the Yew tree. Japanese Plum Yew is deer and shade tolerant, multi-stemmed evergreen shrub, growing eventually to about 10ft tall and 5-6ft wide. This selection is a male grown from cuttings. Females produce olive sized reddish brown, plum like sweet fruits in fall. Zone 6-9.
Tall ornamental evergreen nut tree native to Chile with sharp pointed leaves. Monkey Puzzle Trees produce large cones with 250 nuts per cone. Nuts are 2" long and good tasting after roasting, resembling corn or chestnut. Thin, easily peelable shell. Hardy to -10° F. Zone 6-9. *FOR NUTS, PLANT TWO OR MORE MONKEY PUZZLE SEEDLINGS*
Northwest native conifer with a narrow form and downward sweeping branches. Yellow wood. Alaska Nookta Cedar is native on moist sites in the mountains of Oregon to Alaska. Can live 1500 years or more. Prefers moist soil. Prefers climates with cool summers. Large evergreen tree to about 35 ft. tall and 5 ft. wide. Also commonly called Nookta Cypress. Zone 5-9.
Fairly fast growing evergreen groundcover raspberry native to the mountains of Taiwan. Yellow/orange berries are ripe in mid summer and taste good. Grows in sun or shade. It's tough and drought tolerant once established. The broad leathery dark green evergreen leaves of Emerald Carpet Raspberry make a good ground cover for weed supression and soil stabilization. Sometimes called 'Orangeberry'. Zone 6-10.