[NAFEX] Fruit bearing Seedlings

Jim Fruth jfruth at tds.net
Sat Jan 5 10:10:14 EST 2008

    If you want to grow fruit but don't want to spend alot of money per 
bush/tree, consider buying conservation seedlings.  The only 'catch' is that 
you'd have to buy them in bunches like maybe $12 for a bunch of ten or $20 
for a bunch of 25.  There are bigger bunches.
    I bought Beach Plum from the New Hampshire Division of Forests and 
Lands.  They also have Bayberry, Chokeberry, Highbush Cranberry, Elderberry 
(black and/or red), Juneberry, Winterberry Holly, to mention a few.  They 
also have shade tree seedlings.  If you buy from the State of New Hampshire 
you can order in Winter for Spring delivery.  I receive a hard copy catalog. 
Go to http://www.nhnursery.com .
    Go to http://www.lincolnoakes.com/ for other items such as Manchurian 
Apricot, Chokecherry, +, +, +.  Lincoln Oakes has bunches of seedlings from 
one year old to 5 to 6'.  Everything is a dollar something or less per item 
per bunch.  The down side is that you have to order in Fall for Spring 
delivery but I have, on occasion, called them in Mid-Winter to see if they 
had extra of something and they usually did.
    Wisconsin has nurseries that will sell other items.  Last year I spent a 
morning googling Wildflower Nurseries and finally found one that would find, 
and dig up, a bunch of Eastern Huckleberry.

Jim Fruth
Brambleberry Farm
Pequot Lakes, MN  56472
For jams, jellies & syrups:
(877)265-6856 [Store]
(218)831-7018 [My Cell] 

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