Updated for 2021
Starting an orchard at your home this season, or are you looking for help maintaining your new first-year fruit trees from last season? You've come to the right place. We grow an assortment of traditional favorite apple trees, cherry trees, peach trees, pear trees, and plum trees that are reliably hardy for Wisconsin and northern climates.
Growing fruit trees increases in popularity with each passing season because growing fruit trees in common residential landscapes is possible!
Unlike many ornamental landscape trees, fruit trees will require some training and pruning to be successful. You train a fruit tree in the first few seasons to achieve a proper shape and form, then after a couple seasons you can let it grow on its own. We've prepared some simple DIY resources to help you.
Will my tree come with fruit on it? That depends. Fruit begins to form in summer and typically ripens in fall, so it depends on when you purchase it. Whether or not it has fruit when you buy it "off the shelf" doesn't impact it's fruiting capability once it's happily sited in your yard.
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Fruit trees are popular and sell out every year. We do our best to keep stocking from our growing fields and farms. We recommend preordering in advance. See pricing in the Public Inventory. Wholesale customers should visit the Wholesale Department.
Did you know? Many fruit trees (like apples) require a second (different variety) apple or a crabapple nearby for pollination and fruiting. Look at Apple trees specifically in our Apple Trees in Wisconsin resource that includes pricing and inventory.
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We offer fruit trees in Container sizes from #5 through #10. These sizes are, generally speaking, between 8 and 10-feet tall with a trunk size between a pool cue and a baseball bat. No two trees are the same, so we encourage you to browse. We may have larger, field grown (B&B) - inquire within.
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Espalier Apple Trees is an exciting style of growing fruit trees that allows homeowners with smaller spaces or urban lots to grow apple trees. They are not for the novice grower. Many think they are ‘neat’ looking and drool over the choice espalier specimens when found at arboretums.