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Adams County Nursery, Inc., PO Box 108, Nursery Road, Aspers, PA 17304.   (717) 677-8105.  Old nursery with good reputation.  All of the popular tree fruits, including a large number of peach varieties.

A. M. Leonard, Inc., PO Box 816, Piqua, OH   45356.  (800) 543-8955.  A complete catalog of orchard supplies, tools, etc.  Fast service.

Applesource, Jill Vorbeck, 1716 Apples Road, Chapin, IL 62628. (800) 588-3854. Applesource offers high quality, value priced tools for processing fresh apples.

Big Horse Creek Farm, Ron & Suzanne Joyner, P.O. Box 70, Lansing, NC 28643.  (336) 384-1134.   Specializing in Southern Appalachian Apple Trees  

Blossom Nursery216 CR 326, Eureka Springs,  AR 72632 USA  Ginko seeds, pawpaw seeds and trees.

Bluebird Orchard & Nursery,  Tim Strickler, 4711 Three Mile Rd NE, Grand Rapids, MI  49525.  (616) 361-0919.  Email stricklt@gvsu.edu. Tim sells apple scionwood, but no longer grows trees for sale.

Nick Botner, 4015 Eagle Valley Road, Yoncalla, OR   97499.  (503) 849-2781.  Sells trees and will sell or trade scions from his huge collection of apples, pears, plums, and grapes.

Buncombe County Fruit and Nut Club, North Carolina Blog, Website.

Burnt Ridge Nursery, 432 Burnt Ridge Rd., Onalaska, WA 98570 Long-time NAFEX member, Michael Dolan, offers a wide variety of nuts, fruits and native plants.  Phone and Fax (360) 985-2873.

Calendula Horticultural Books, 1411 NW 120th St, Vancouver, WA 98685.(360) 573-6581 Specializes in old and out-of-print books on gardening, garden history, fruit, etc. 

Chestnut Hill Nursery, 15105 NW 94 Ave, Alachua, FL   32615. (800) 669-2067 - toll free. 386-462-2820 - local 386-462-4330 - fax. Wholesale only.   Chestnut trees, tropical fruits, temperate fruits, berries, some shade trees.

Christian Homesteading Movement
, Richard Fahey, Oxford, NY   13830. Scionwood of many varieties of apples plus other fruit.  No telephone number given; send SASE.

Cloud Mountain Farm,   6906 Goodwin Road, Everson, WA 98247.  (360) 966-5859  Large selection of   many fruits especially for North West gardens.

C & O Nursery, PO Box 116, Wenatchee, WA   98807.  (800) 232-2636. Many varieties of fine fruit trees.  A commercial nursery, but accepts retail customers.

Cummins Nursery, 18 Glass Factory Bay Road, Geneva, NY   14456.  (315) 789-7083.  Specializes in disease-resistant varieties of apples and the new disease-resistant Geneva rootstocks for apples.  Carries the NY-numbered stone- fruit varieties and new releases.

Dave Wilson Nursery offers a wide selection of fruit and nut trees and grapevines to the wholesale and commercial industry. Their extensive web site gives links to retail and mail order sources for their trees.

Edible Landscaping, PO Box 77, Afton, VA   22920. (434)361-9134 . Hardy kiwis, rust-resistant currants, autumn olive, much more.

England's Orchard and Nursery, 2338 HIGHWAY 2004,  McKee, Kentucky 40447-8342 Phone( 606 965 2228  , Email: nuttrees@prtcnet.org Chestnuts, Hazelnuts, Pecans,  Walnut, Heartnuts, Hickories, Jujube, Persimmon and more.   

Fedco Trees, John Bunker, PO Box 520-A, Waterville, ME   04903.  Hardy trees and plants, including fruits.

Fork & Spade, 1313 Scenic Drive, Modesto, CA, 95355.  Bareroot Roses & Fruit Trees, Garden Accents, and Tools

Forestfarm, Ray and Peg Prag, 990 Tetherow Road, Williams, OR   97544. Many rare and unusual plants.  Catalog $3.

Gempler’s, 100 Countryside Dr., PO Box 270, Belleville, WI 53508.  (800) 382-8473.  All sorts of safety equipment and protective clothes.

Greenmantle Nursery, Ram and Marissa Fishman, 3010 Ettersburg Road,  Garberville, CA   95542.  (707) 986-7504. Catalog $5. Greenmantle specializes in organically-grown fruit trees and roses, particularly older varieties. The apple listing [over 250] includes many selections bred by Albert F. Etter{1872-1950}; these are notable for pink- fleshed types and dessert-quality crab hybrids. There is also an assortment of European hard cider varieties.

Hartmann's Plant Company, PO Box 100, Lacota MI 49063.  Sells many varieties of blueberries and other small fruits.

Henry Fields Nursery, Carries a large selection of fruit varieties including several new releases not available to the commercial market. To request a catalog call (513) 354-1496.

Henry Leuthardt Nursery, Montauk Highway, Box 666, East Moriches, Long Island, NY   11940.  (516) 878-1387.  Specializes in dwarf and espalier-trained fruit trees.  Antique and European varieties.  Catalog $1.

Hidden Springs Nursery, Annie Black & Diana Lalani. 170 Hidden Springs Lane, Cookeville, TN   38501.  (931) 268-2592. Disease resistant,  organically grown unusual fruit trees including pawpaw, quince, persimmon  and kiwi. 

HoneyberryUSA, PO Box 512, Bagley, MN 56621 218-694-3071. Specializing in cold hardy berry trees imported from Canada - honeyberry, dwarf sour cherry, and saskatoon.

Ison’s Nursery & Vineyards, Brooks, GA   30205.  (800) 733-0324.  Muscadine grapes and other fruits.

Jerry Appleseed Nursery, P.O. Box 6292, Ketchikan, ALASKA 99901 (907) 225-5098) (far southern Alaska) has a mail-order catalog for Alaskan customers.   Jerrold Koerner has plans to expand this to all 50 states in the future.  He has many varieties of early-ripening apples.

Johnson Nursery, Inc., 1352 Big Creek Rd, Ellijay, GA 30540.  Toll free: (888) 276-3187. Quality fruit trees with antique and disease-resistant varieties. Small fruit also.

Jung Quality Seeds, Randolph, WI   53957.  (800) 247-5864.  Good list of fruits.

Lake Sylvia Vineyard Nursery, 13375 51st Avenue, South Haven, MN 55382.  Hardy grapevines.

Lawn-Gardening-Tools specializing in garden hand tools, pea shellers, and high speed nut crackers.

Lawson’s Nursery, Route 1 Box 472 , Ball Ground, GA 30107    (770) 893-2141.  Tree fruits, berries, grapes for south. Free catalog/list.

Lawyer Nursery, Inc., 950 Highway 200 West, Plains, MT 59859 . Large selection of field grown seedlings. 800-551-9875 (VOICE) 406-826-5700 (FAX).

Louisiana Nursery, the Durios, Route 7, Box 43, Opelousas, LA   70570. (318) 948-3696.  Fruiting trees shrubs, vines, and many other plants including magnolias.  Catalog $6 or free list.

McKenzie Farms, 2115 Olanta Hwy, Scranton, SC 29591 (843) 389-4831 specializes in cold hardy citrus, eucalyptus and some palms.

Miller Nurseries, 5060 West Lake Road, Canandaigua, NY   14424. (800) 836-9630.  A fine list of new and old fruit.

Montoso Gardens, Bryan Brunner, Hwy 120, KM 18.9, Box 692, Maricao, PR 00606 (787) 221-0614 specialize in rare and exotic tropical fruit trees and seeds. Certified to ship anywhere.

Morse Nursery, 12300 Betz Rd, Battle Creek MI 49015 (800) 338-2105 Specializes in trees that produce fruit and acorns to attract and feed wildlife, such as persimmon, paw paw, wild pear, crabapple, etc.

Nash Nurseries, 4975 W. Grand River Rd., Owosso, MI 48867-9292. (517) 651-5278, NashFarm@shianet.org  Container stock of grafted pawpaw, hybrid chestnuts, pine nuts & fruit trees.

Neighbors Nursery
,  Joyce Neighbors, 1039 Lay Springs Rd., Gadsden, AL 35904   (256) 546-7441.  Sells scionwood of old southern apples and other antique varieties.  Free list of scions available for shipping  in February and March.
e-mail jneighbr@internetpro.net

Nolin River Nut Tree Nursery, 797 Port Wooden Rd., Upton, KY 42784   (270) 369-8551 Mon.-Sat. 7-7 C.T. .  Grafted nut trees and persimmons.  [One of the best nut tree nurseries.]

North Star Gardens, specializes in raspberries for the whole country. Now sharing catalog and addresses with Indiana Berry and Plant Co., 5218 W.500 South, Huntingburg, IN   47542.   (800) 295-2226

Nourse Farms - Nourse Farms 41 River Rd, South Deerfield, Ma 01373 (413)665-2658
Specializing in small fruits, including strawberries, raspberries,
blueberries, and ribes. Free catalog.

Raintree Nursery, 391 Butts Road, Morton, WA   98356.  (360) 496-6400.  Fruit and nut trees, rootstocks, berries and vines.

Rhoras Nursery, 32983 Wills Road Wainfleet Ontario, LOS 1VO (950)-899-3508. rhoras@nuttrees.com

Lon J. Rombough, PO Box 365, Aurora, OR 97002-0365  Phone (503) 678-1410  Cuttings of a large selection of table grapes and wine grapes.

Sherwood’s Greenhouses, J. S. Akin, PO Box 6, Sibley, LA   71073. (318) 377-3653.  Southern fruit, including mayhaw.  Send SASE for list.

Old Southern Apples Nursery, offers old southern and heirloom apple trees, scion wood, and rootstock. We also carry grafting supplies. (888) 835-7764

St. Lawrence Nursery, 325 State Highway 345, Potsdam, NY   13676. (315) 265-6739.  Fruit and nut trees for the northern climate.

Stark Bros Nurseries, P.O. Box 10, Louisiana, MO 63353 (800) 325-4180.  Fruit trees, nut trees, small fruits.  Free catalog.

The Apple Branch, Antique apple bench grafts, rootstock and apple scion wood. PO Box 281 Portland, MI 48875. (517) 648-2443. Email applebranch@sbcglobal.net.

TRECO, Oregon Rootstock & Tree Co., Inc., 10906 Monitor-McKee Road NE, Woodburn, OR   97071.  (503) 634-2209.  Extensive line of dwarfing rootstocks.  Minimum order 100.

Trees of Antiquity, 20 Wellsona Road Paso Robles, CA 93446. (805) 467-9909.  Large selection of apples and many other fruits.  Free catalog.

Tripple Brook Farm, 37 Middle Road, Southampton, MA   01073.     (413) 527-4626.  Unusual plants.  Free catalog. 

WSU Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center, 16650 State Route 536 Mount Vernon, WA 98273. (360) 848-6120. A collection of scionwood resources.

Van Well Nursery, 2821 Grant Road · PO BOX 1339 Wenatchee, WA 98807 509-886-8189  TOLL FREE: 1-800-572-1553.   More than 150 fruit tree varieties.

Vintage Virginia Apples, PO Box 210, North Garden, Virginia 22959 (434)295-5382  Gift boxes of classic apples, rootstocks, young trees and scionwood, workshops.

Wagon Wheel Orchard 15380 Edgerton Rd, Gardner, KS (913)893-6050. A preservation orchard that benchgrafts over 1,000 varieties of apple and pear every spring. Check fall listing for availability. wagonwheelmail@aol.com

Walden Heights Nursery and Orchard, 120 Vermont Route 215 Walden, VT 05873 802.563.3012
Certified Organic fruit trees, scionwood, and rootstocks--hundreds of varieties.

Whitman Farms, Lucile Whitman, 3995 Gibson NW, Salem, OR   97304. (503) 585-8728.  Many gooseberry and currant varieties, plus other fruits.

Willamette Nurseries, Inc..25571 S. Barlow Rd, Canby, OR 97013
(800)852-2018 Seedling and clonal fruit tree underrstock 50 pc min

Woodlanders, Inc., 1128 Colleton Avenue, Aiken, SC   29801.  (803) 648-7522.  A wide variety of hard-to-find southern plants.


AUSTRALIA

Fruit Spirit Botanical Gardens, Paul Recher, Dunoon Road, Dorroughby, NSW, Australia   2480.  List for two (2) US dollar bills.


CANADA

Apple Luscious Organic Orchard Harry & Debbie Burton, 110 Heidi Place, Salt Spring Island, BC, V8K-1W5
250-653-2007  About 150 apple varieties. 1 year bear root whips.

Hardy Grapes for the Canada ColdOver 60 grape varieties.  Mostly dormant rootless grape cutting";   some rooted cuttings, and a few potted grapes.  Bert Dunn    RR4 Tottenham   Ont    zone 4b

Corn Hill Nursery, RR 5, Petitcodiac, NB E0A 2H0. (506) 756-3635. Antique apples and other fruit.No fruit trees to the US.

O'Keefe Grange - Bill & Lyn O'Keefe - 1070 Conc. 2 Arran, RR 1 Dobbinton, Ontario Canada N0H 1L0 - 519 934 3673 - E Mail okeefegrange@yahoo.ca - Custom grafting and sale of scionwood of over 100 varieties of apples and pears. Apple tasting (free) every Thanksgiving weekend.

Siloam Orchard, Eric Hambly, RR#1, Uxbridge, Ontario L9P 1R1 (905)852-9418  Fax: (905)852-3182.  They carry Heritage, modern and prairie hardy apples, pears, stone fruit and small fruit.

 


United Kingdom

Agroforestry Research Trust, 46 Hunters Moon, Dartington, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6JT, UK.  Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1803 840776.  Supplies bare-rooted nut and fruit trees, also many potted edible & useful plant rarities


Cyndi's Catalog of Garden Cataolgs -- provides an extensive list of all sorts of gardening catalogs.

Pennsylvania Tree Fruit Production Guide has a list of useful web sites.


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Last update April, 2011. 


Web Pages of NAFEX Members

Some of our members web sites are listed below. If you are a NAFEX member and would like your website listed, please send information to nafexmember@gmail.com.

Lon J. Rombough -- NAFEX member, author, horticulturist, grape master, Lon blogs at http://lonrombough.livejournal.com/ and offers his products and services at bunchgrapes.com.

Harry Burton, owner of Apple Lucious Organic Orchard in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia writes about orchard happenings at http://www.appleluscious.com

  • The Callahan Garden Page
  • Pete Tallman's page - Rubus (ex. raspberry and blackberry) group coordinator
  • persimmonpudding.com - dedicated to growing, education, and use of Diospyros virginiana L., the common, or American persimmon
  • Grow Organic Apples - holistic orchardist network
  • Heartsong Farm Healing Herbs
  • If a member has a site that is of interest to fruit growers, please send information to: Webmaster.

    Related Web Sites

    1. Home Orchard Society - A nonprofit organization dedicated to growing fruit at home.
    2. Cold Climate Gardening - Help for growing fruit in cold regions.
    3. Applesource is a source for apples for taste evaluation. They have a wide selection of old, unusual, rare, new, good tasting, ugly, beautiful, tart and sweet apples for you to enjoy. There are cultural suggestions for home orchardists as well as variety suggestions.
    4. California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. - Excellent source of material about a wide range of fruit growing with emphasis on tropical and subtropical fruits.
    5. Cornell University Education Grafting Information
    6. The Garden Gate offers gardeners and nature lovers links to useful and interesting sites around the world as well as a growing collection of original materials."
    7. The Garden Web is a collection of gardening resources, including an on-line seed/plant exchange service.
    8. The National Clonal Germplasm Repository at Corvallis, Oregon is the site for preservation of hazelnut, strawberry, pear, current, gooseberry, raspberry, blackberry and cranberry germplasm.
    9. National Clonal Germplasm Repository for Tree Fruit/Nut Crops and Grapes at Davis, California is the site for kiwi, fig, walnut, mulberry, olive, pistachio, prunus (almond, apricot, peach, plum, cherry), persimmon and pomegranate germplasm preservation.
    10. Plant Genetic Resources Unit at Geneva, New York is the repository for apples, tart cherries and grapes.
    11. USDA-ARS Tree Fruit Research Laboratory at Wenatchee, Washington. Good site for apple information.
    12. Northern Nut Growers Association has information on nut growing and related crops.
    13. Virtual Orchard Great site to visit for apple information.
    14. Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop - fruit growing information from three universities.
    15. University of Vermont - Information on Apples
    16. Northeastern IPM - Northeastern fruit pest management
    17. The Good Fruit Grower - Periodical with a northwestern U.S. slant.
    18. Texas Plant Disease Handbook - Information on plant diseases with a great deal of information on fruit diseases.
    19. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign IPM - IPM (Industrial Pest Management) information for Apples, Blueberries, Grapes, Peaches and Strawberries.
    20. Northumberland BerryWorks - Currants and Gooseberries
    21. Western Cascade Fruit Society - Aspiring hobby orchardists and backyard fruit growers in Western Washington
    22. Orange Pippin - Descriptions of apple varieties and origins
    23. Castoroil.in - Resources and information on over 200 plant oils
    24. Midfex - Midwest Fruit Explorers, concentrated in Great Lakes region.
    25. Interactive Plant Hardiness Map from the USDA
    26. Buncombe Fruit and Nut Club --Website, Google Group Facebook page.

     

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