Updated for 2020
Starting an orchard at your home this season? Looking for advice on how to maintain your fruit trees? 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 grow reliably in Wisconsin. Growing fruit trees becomes increasingly popular with each passing season because growing trees in your landscape that can also produce food is a sustainable landscape practice.
Training and pruning is important the success of your fruit trees. You train a fruit tree early in the first few seasons to achieve a proper (or desired) shape and form (central leader, open center). And after a couple seasons, when the fruit tree reaches its mature height, you may begin to allow it to grow on its own. Learn more about Training & Pruning Fruit Trees >>
Fruit trees are popular and sell out quickly every year. We do our best to keep stock from our growing fields or from other local sources; however, we recommend calling to reserve your plants. Retail customers may view pricing in the Public Inventory. Wholesale & Contractor customers may visit the Wholesale Department.
Espalier Apple Trees is an exciting style of growing fruit trees that allows homeowners with smaller spaces or urban lots to grow apple trees. Unfortunately, they are a rare site in most home fruit orchards and backyards. Most fruit growers think they are ‘neat’ looking and drool over the choice espalier specimens when found at arboretums, but too often they fail to re-create that vision in their own backyards.