Saturday, February 22, 2014

Now In Stock! Great Fruit Trees - Grown in Florida and Adapted to the Climate!

Come one, come all!

I've got some really cool stuff in the nursery right now... I'm gearing up for spring and and Food Forest Planting season.

We've got:

Large, healthy "Le Conte," "Oriental," "Hood" and "Pineapple" pear trees for $19.00 each.

Beautiful "Brown Turkey," "Jelly," and "Celeste" Figs for $14.00 a tree.

"Fuyu" and "Saigo" Japanese persimmons for $24.00 a tree.

Tall "Everbearing" and black mulberry trees for $19.00 a tree.

I've also got lovely "Raja Puri" banana trees for $14.00 each.

Drop me an e-mail to buy trees. I have a limited amount right now and would love to get them planted all over the state. ;)




2 Comments:

At February 26, 2014 at 11:01 AM , Blogger Elizabeth Hart said...

Any pawpaws in the near future?

 
At February 26, 2014 at 11:04 AM , Blogger Survival Gardener, AKA David the Good said...

I've been working on it. Complete germination failure on the triloba, at least so far. I did get some Pygmaea's to germinate, but they then decided they didn't like my potting mix and gave up.

Getting good seed of edible types is next to impossible here due to limited viability after harvest. If you look up Pietro's PawPaws, she has some of the cool native varieties, some of which are tasty.

 

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