Tyler Ludens wrote:I was going to recommend my favorite nursery, but they have retired. Their website still contains valuable information about Southern and disease-resistant varieties of fruit: http://www.johnsonnursery.com/
patrick canidae wrote:If you have limited space, use dwarf rootstock.
Dougan Nash wrote:
I don't know if it's something I can/should order offline. My wife and I both also only have cars, so even if I buy a decent sized tree I'm not sure how I will transport it. Most local places I doubt care about how organic/genetically pure the trees are but I want something raised "right". I also have no idea when to transplant, can I do it in spring?
I want to start with an apple and a plum tree, maybe a mulberry as well. I would love to do more, but my property is only about 1/10th an acre. Sorry for the very vague questions, I just want to get them in the ground asap.
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