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.
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.
This newly released northern highbush blueberry variety lays claim as the latest ripening of all, extending the season well into the fall. Aurora Blueberry has very good flavor and a large fruit and is productive in large grapelike clusters. Fruit has excellent keeping qualities. Zone 4-7. MSU PATENT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE.
With large, light blue, and aromatic berries, Bluecrop Blueberry has good dessert quality. Very productive northern highbush, ripens over a 6 week period in midsummer. Cracking resistant. Attractive red fall color. Zone 4-8.
Late ripening northern highbush variety and a good keeper, effectively extending the fresh blueberry season into the fall. Elliot Blueberry has very heavy yield of medium sized fruits. Late blooming, resistant to mummy berry and cracking. Dark red leaves in fall. Ripens too late in cooler areas some years. Zone 4-8.
Very sweet, medium sized berry with superior flavor. Heavy yielding in midsummer. Widely adapted northern highbush, Hardyblue Blueberry is especially tolerant of heavy clay soil. Yellow fall color. Zone 4-8.
Vigorous 6 ft. evergreen in mild winter areas. This northern highbush variety offers the potential for use as a year round screening plant. Legacy Blueberry has heavy yields of medium to large fruit with a great flavor. Leaves turn orange over winter. Zone 5-9.
A New Jersey selection with sweet, pink fruit when ripe. Pink Lemonade Blueberry produces moderate yields of medium sized berries in mid to late summer. A cross of a southern and Northern highbush cultivar, so it is widely adapted even to southern locations. Zone 5-9.
This early ripening cross between a lowbush and highbush blueberry has midsized light blue fruit that is extremely fragrant and firm. Mature bush around 4 feet in height and spread. Polaris blueberry requires another blueberry variety as a pollinator. A University of Minnesota selection hardy from Zone 3 to 8.