Best Nurseries for Fruit Trees, and Berries and Edible Tree Crops
Looking for Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry Bushes, or Edible Vines?
Bob and Verna Duncan provide a nursery and demonstration orchard in North Saanich BC near Sidney and Victoria. They have bare root fruit trees including Desert King Figs, Frost Peaches, Cherries, Pawpaws, Pears, Plums, Almonds, and more. They also have a great selection of small fruits, berries, vines and other edibles such as goji berries, goose berries, goumi berries, haskap (honeyberries), sea buckthorn and more! Call Bob and Verna Duncan today at 250-656-4269 for fruit trees and more.
Bob and Verna Duncan
724 Wain Rd., North Saanich, BC, Canada, V8L5N8
(on Vancouver Island near Sidney/Victoria)
Salt Spring Island Nurseries
Michael Nichols and Heidi Cowan provide an example of a thriving 38 acre permaculture farm and eco forest on Salt Spring Island. A walk through his property can help others understand the true power of the land that they steward. With one of hte most diverse forests in B.C. he provides a permaculture consulting, hand crafted furniture from his woodlot as well as workshops and courses on permaculture design. On the Seven Ravens tree nurseries they grow over 100 varieties of trees that provide nitrogen fixation, food, medicine, and bee fodder as well as high quality timber wood. Contact Michael at Seven Ravens today for permaculture design, consulting, and tree crops for eco-forestry installations.
Michael Nickels and Heidi Cowan
1641 Fulford Ganges Rd
Salt Spring Island, BC Canada V8K 2A8
250 653 9565
Apple Luscious Organic Orchards
100 Heidi Place
Salt Spring Island BC
Harry Burton is a local legend in the organic community on Salt Spring Island. A winner of the best apple award in the fall fair he provides scion wood and fruit trees for rare heirloom apple varieties. He has some of the rare, most delicious Apple tree cultivars you will find in Canada.
In addition to being a grafting wizard and avid apple grower, he is a founding member and organizer of the Salt Spring Apple Festival
Why Choose Apple Trees from Apple Luscious?
- Tasty, healthy apples from rare heirloom varieties you’ll find nowhere else.
- Bigger Trees with Stronger Roots on the superior ¾ size, B118 Rootstock
- Drought tolerant trees that need no irrigation once established.
- Very cold hardy, vigorous trees that work with most soils.
- Certified Organic Apple Trees (IOPA Certification #902)
- Guaranteed to grow the first year or your money back.
- Free delivery on Salt Spring Island for Orders of 10+ Trees
P.S. Harry has one of the best articles I`ve read on Grafting. Great knowledge shared on grafting here.
Salt Spring Apple Company is a certified organic apple orchard growing 333 different varieties of heritage and connoisseur apples. They operate a B&B and sell apple trees and baked apple treats as well as fresh apples. Contact Salt Spring Apple Company today at (250) 537-4935
Saanich Native Plants offers a wide selection of plants and seeds that are native to southern Vancouver Island. Our plants are propagated from our own stock and are local in origin. Saanich Native Plants resides on the Coast Salish Territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples. I highly recommend Saanich Native Plants for the native plant selection such as the wild Woodland strawberries, Douglas Aster, Yarrow, Salmonberry,
Tree Eater Nursery
250 897 8540. Magdalene 250 650 8965
2011 North Central Rd.
Denman Island, BC. V0R 1T0.
Tree Eater Nursery propagates and sells fruit trees, nut trees, berry bushes and edible vines. Their mission is to help disseminate the greatest possible diversity of food bearing perennial plants. Click here for the
stock list of the Nursery or visit Tree Eater
Fraser’s Thimble Farm
175 Arbutus Road
Salt Spring Island B.C.
Thimble Farms has a great selection of perennials, trees, shrubs, groundcovers, fruit, flowering and nut trees year round. Visit the Nursery on the north end of Salt Spring Island.
Some interesting plants from Thimble farms include Yarrow, Vanilla leaf, Nodding Onions, Fragara Vesca (Native wood Strawberry), Saskatoon Berries, Beaked Hazelnut, Oregon Grape, Thimbleberry, Salmonberry, and Black Huckleberry.
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