Want to grow your own fruit?  We carry a wonderful selection of fruit trees and bushes that thrive in this area.  Grow your own apples, pears, peaches, persimmons, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and figs.

Growing natural, healthy fruit…

  • Select a sunny spot with well-drained soil and allow proper spacing
  • Water just once a week during the first year.
  • Prune only once a year for vigor and production.
  • Use Bumper Crop soil amendment when planting
  • ALL fruit trees and bushes have a One-Year Guarantee

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Fruit Trees We Carry

  • Apple Trees
    • Most apple varieties require another variety for pollination. Generally, all you need to worry about is the overlapping of bloom times (early, mid, and late). They grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width. Apple trees require full sun.
  • Apricot Trees
    • Apricots are summer favorites. Excellent eaten fresh, and for freezing and canning. They adapt to a variety of soil conditions. They are Self-pollinating and require full sun. They grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width.
  • Blackberry Bushes
    • Blackberries tolerate poor growing conditions but can be pervasive. There are varieties that have thorns and those that do not.  The fruit is best and sweetest when left on the canes or vines until fully black and ripe. Select a sunny location with good drainage. Water regularly and deeply for the first year, especially during dry periods. Fertilize with an all-purpose fertilizer before the plant comes out of dormancy in the spring. They can grow to be 3-4 feet tall and wide, and they require full sun.
  • Blueberry Bushes
    • Blueberries thrive in acidic conditions. Blueberries are delicious eaten fresh or dried, in jams or jellies or desserts. Water regularly and deeply for the first year, especially during dry periods. Fertilize with an all-purpose fertilizer before the plant comes out of dormancy in the spring. They grow to be 4-6 feet tall and wide and they require full sun and partial shade.
  • Cherry Trees
    • Cherries are a delicious addition to your home orchard. Sweet should be used to pollinate Sweet cherries, and Sour should be used to pollinate Sour cherries. Great for eating and cooking. They grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width. Cherry trees require full sun. 
  • Fig “Chicago Hardy” Trees
    • Produces edible fruit in late summer. They can die back for the winter with new growth the following season. They are great for eating, freezing, and preserving. They are self-pollinating and require full sun. They can grow to be 8-10 feet tall and 10-12 feet wide. 
  • Paw Paw Trees
    • Native Paw Paws have a banana-like flavor with creamy flesh. Plant two Paw Paws for best pollination. Great for eating fresh. They require full sun and grow about 12-15 feet tall and wide. 
  • Peach Trees
    • Peaches are summer favorites. Excellent for eating fresh, freezing, and canning. They adapt to a variety of soil conditions. Peaches are self-pollinating. They grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width. Peach trees require full sun. 
  • Persimmon Trees
    • Persimmons are a wonderful Fall fruit. Excellent for eating fresh, freezing, and canning. They adapt to a variety of soil conditions. Persimmons are self-pollinatingThey grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width. Peach trees require full sun.
  • Plum Trees
    • Great for eating, cooking, and canning. Generally, Japanese plums need to be pollinated by Japanese Plums and European plums need European pollinating partners. They grow about 15-25 feet in height and 8-20 feet in width. Peach trees require full sun. 
  • Raspberry Bushes
    • Red Raspberries are self-pollinating and usually fruit two times per season. A favorite for the home garden. Great for eating, freezing, and preserving. They require full sun and grow about 3-5 feet tall and 2-3 feet wide. Black Raspberries can grow 4-5 feet tall and 3-4 feet wide. They are also self-pollinating and easy to grow. Black Raspberries are often more tart than sweet. They also are great for eating, freezing, and preserving.