A Rosie on the House Radio Show Replay.Kristin Parsons joined us for our monthly Rosie on the House Radio hour talking about plant guilds. What is a guild you say? It is a beneficial collection of purposely planted plants that self generate in the future. Ya know kinda like nature does. She also share the 7 components of a guild…Enjoy!
Urban Farm Fruit Tree Program
Welcome to our 2023 Fruit Tree Program:
We’ve started our Urban Farm Fruit Tree Education Program for 2023. The way our program works is that we offer fruit tree education throughout the year with monthly fruit tree chats online and then in the fall we schedule our core fruit tree classes.
You can pre-order your fruit trees and keep offering information to help you get prepared. Then, just like with a pumpkin lot at Halloween, we open at the perfect time to plant.
Generally the nursery is only open for about 20 days per year in two “seasons” for you to pick up your pre-ordered fruit trees. However, we do have small item pickup the rest of the year, and we are here for you at firstname.lastname@example.org Download our 2023 catalogs for details!
Let's get planting!
All live plants and large items are for
local pick-up only - no shipping.
Citrus Limited Pre-ordering in Aug-Sept for September pick up.
Deciduous Pre-ordering open now until for January pick up.
Let's get you loaded up!
Fruit Tree Blog & Podcasts
What are the best practices for growing fruit trees in our front and back yards. It is not the way fruit trees are grown in orchards. So then what? Join Greg, and Janis as we chat with Tom Spellman from Dave Wilson Nursery to discover the best backyard orchard techniques for you.
A Rosie on the House Radio Show Replay. It’s not to late to plant your fruit trees and you know the old adage the best time to plant a tree is now and 20 years ago. So let’s get to it and plant our trees. Join Greg and Romey as they explore what ultimate fruit tree success really means and how not to waist our time on trees that just don’t do all that well.
A Garden Chat with Janis Norton. -Did you know that plants and trees need to eat every day, but we are taught to plant them in the dirt you have and feed/fertilize them once or twice a year. THAT is NOT a recipe for success. Join Greg & Janis as they share the pathway they discovered over the past 24 years to make our fruit trees, and other trees and plants for that matter thrive!
Greg interviews Tom Spellman with Dave Wilson Nursery about Backyard Orchard Culture. We learn more about Tom’s three simple guidelines for your back or front yard orchards: 1. Keep the tree to a manageable size so that it’s easy to harvest. 2. Plant what you love and will use. 3. Grow trees that successively ripen.