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A Resource Guide to fruit trees for the Pacific Northwest

Articles: A Resource Guide to fruit trees for the Pacific Northwest

As a companion to Kristan Johnson's article, Well-bred Fruit (for the Maritime Climate), which was featured in the July 2011 issue of Pacific Horticulture, we offer the following list of nurseries that offer some of the fruit trees (and other fruits) discussed in the Kristan's article. Be sure to contact any nursery before visiting to confirm that there will be any of the fruit trees and shrubs available.

Visit the Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation website (www.NWFruit.org) for additional nurseries and sources of fruit trees, shrubs, grafting stock, and other resources for the fruit grower in the Pacific Northwest.

Visit https://www.NWFruit.org/fruit-tree-varieties.htm for a list of Favorite Tree Fruits for the Puget Sound.

Nurseries:

Burnt Ridge Nursery
432 Burnt Ridge Road
Onalaska, WA 98570
360/985-2873
www.burntridgenursery.com
Mail order and online catalog

Cloud Mountain Farm & Nursery
6909 Goodwin Road
Everson, WA 98247
360/966-5859
www.cloudmountainfarm.com
Walk-in, mail order, and online catalog

Forestfarm
990 Tetherow Road
Williams, OR 97544
541/846-7269
www.forestfarm.com
Online catalog, mail order

One Green World
28696 ...

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