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.
One of the best quality early ripening and disease resistant apples. Large, firm, juicy fruits with a great flavor and crisp texture. A yellow apple with red stripes. Suitable for fresh eating and cooking. Early bloom.
A good pollinator for other early blooming varieties such as "Gravenstein" and all other varieties except "King". Despite it's earliness, ripening 2 weeks before Gravenstein, it can be stored until the end of December in refrigeration. Wynooche Early Apple was named near Aberdeen, WA from a numbered selection out of NY state.
Medium sized yellow fruit dependably productive with a bittersweet juice of fine flavor and aroma. Used as as a single variety cider or blended with other sharper types. Yarlington Mill Cider Apple ripens in October. Zone 4-9
Large clusters of pretty, white spring flowers and loads of dark fruit in the fall. More vigorous than other varieties of Aronia. McKenzie Black Chokeberry can get up to 8 ft or more. This is a seedling selection. ***ON SPECIAL***
Fruit is crisp and sweet and resists browning when cut. Tennosui Asian Pears has fruit the size and shape is typical of European pears. Cross between Tennessee European pear and Hosui asian pear. Good disease resistance.
Marionberry flavor on high yielding cane. Berries are larger and firmer and produce for about a month in July and August. Black Diamond Blackberry is a new development of thornless trailing blackberries. Canes are disease resistant and about 10 degrees hardier than the original Marionberry.
In overall fruit quality, this is the best of the semi-erect, freestanding thornless blackberries. Ripens between Arapaho and Apache. As with other erect blackberries, plant 3 ft. apart. Navaho Blackberry is not quite as hardy as other blackberries. Zone 6-9.
This Blackberry x Boysenberry cross is an improved marionberry type that is more widely adapted than Marionberry. Better for hot or extreme climates. Productive of large and sweet berries that are also early ripening. Sylvan Blackberries have very thorny and vigorous trailing canes that will need some type of support. Tolerates heavy clay soil. Good disease resistance. Also called the Silvanberry. Zone 3-8.
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.