Plants available now!

Thank you, everyone, for being patient with us as we get our website launched! The shop is now live to order for this Spring. Here’s what we have for bare-root plants:

Fruit Trees

A great selection of apples, pears, plums, and peaches. Includes diverse, heirloom varieties that are hardy enough for cold, Maine winters. If you’d like some personal recommendations from us, send us an email, and we’ll be happy to help you find what you need.

Comfrey

One of our favorite orchard companion plants!

Comfrey uses its deep taproot to bring up important minerals like potassium and calcium from the sub-soil and makes them available to fruit trees. Its lovely flowers provide nectar for pollinators, and it can be used as living mulch to suppress grass and add nutrients to the soil. Not to mention, it’s a wonderful medicinal for healing cuts and burns.

Nuts and Native Species

Enhance your landscape with some Northeast natives and nut trees.

We’ve got maple seedlings as well as a very limited supply of American chestnut, American hazelnut, butternut, and witch hazel. These are great long-term sources of food, beauty, habitat, shade, and medicine.

Stay tuned for more native species and shrubs in containers coming in Summer 2023.

Pruning Services

Trees need love in the winter, too!
Annual pruning is important for structural shaping of trees, optimizing sunlight and air flow, managing tree size, removing deadwood, and stimulating fruit growth. Winter dormancy is the perfect time to prune, before your trees start growing again.

Keep your trees healthy and productive– schedule a day for us to come out and take care of your winter pruning for you.

Fill out a form to schedule your pruning. We are available Friday-Sunday, and our fee is $75 for the first hour and then $45/hr after that. Total time depends on the size of your trees.

Once you submit your request, we’ll get back to you with our next available dates and confirm your appointment.

Coming Summer 2023

This summer we’ll be selling fresh fruit for local purchase, as well as perennials in fabric root bags: elderberries, strawberries, and more!

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