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.
Very ornamental evergreen shrub with striking yellow and green variegated leaves with silver undersides. Tasty, edible, red berries that ripen in spring instead of fall. Golden Silverberry would make a beautiful hedge. Grows to 6-8 ft. Zone 7-10.
This shrub is a highly ornamental cross between the Golden and Macrocarpa Silverberry. The Olive Martini SIlverberry has broad evergreen leaves trimmed in gold. Great hedgerow potential. Very fragrant flowers in fall, winter or spring depending upon location. Followed by edible, nutritious fruits and seeds. Drought tolerant. Widely adapted to sun or shade, alkaline or acidic soil. Tolerates light frost, though heavy frost can affect fruit cropping depending upon when they are in bloom in your area.
Dark red fleshed, great for making colorful cider or juice blended with other varieties. Airlie Red Flesh Cider Apple is moderately sweet with some tartness, crisp texture also suitable for fresh eating, sauces or pies. Also known as 'Hidden Rose Apple®'.
Crisp, firm and juicy with a great sweet taste, for dessert or cooking. Its pleasant aroma is an excellent addition to a cider blend. Dark purplish red skin with yellow flesh. Late ripening and an excellent keeper of medium sized fruit. Arkansas Black Apple trees are resistant to cedar apple rust and codling moth. Originated in Arkansas around 1870. Not the most productive of apple trees and needs a pollinator which can be any variety EXCEPT for Gravenstein.
One of the best tasting of all apples. Crisp, tart and juicy when first harvested, they improve and taste sweeter a few weeks after harvest and will keep for 4 months. Small to medium sized fruits with yellow/green skin covered in brown russeting. Flesh is yellow and fragrant. Used for dessert and sauce and makes a fine cider. Ashmead's Kernal Apple tree have some resistance to scab and mildew. An English variety from the early 1700's. Zone 3.