Catie George wrote:Those are fairly pricey trees...
I have no idea if they will still be shipping - but if you haven't looked at it, Whiffletree has better prices on some of the things you list. I had planned to order from them this year, but didn't end up buying a house yet, as I realized the housing market is likely to crash if people lose jobs (already prices are down in my city). I would go with a mixture of short term and long term plants - berries, sour cherries will produce early, and then longer term propositions like apple trees, nut trees.
bruce Fine wrote:those are some pretty expensive trees, me, I have more time than money and try to find inexpensive sources.
I think this year for me anyway having been battling some health issues will try to put in an extensive garden from seeds I already have after seeing all the shortages people are talking about in grocery stores.
is there a university or educational institution in your area that has an ag or forestry program? this in many places is an excellent source for inexpensive trees