We just received our Avocados. We have Bacon, Mexicola, Zutano, all of which are cold hardy for our area. Mexicola cross pollinates with Bacon or Zutano. Zutano and Bacon do not cross pollinate with each other. Trees are semi self fruitful but having A Mexicola with one of the other varieties for cross pollination will produce larger crops of fruit. All varieties produce fruit.
Avocados need good drainage and some afternoon shade in the hottest part of the summer.
We also have 5 Hass avocados. They are not cold hardy for our area but some people have had success if they are planted in an area that does not get hard freezes. If you want to try a Hass, you must find an area that is protected from freeze. Most normal areas around here are not good. Choose your location carefully if you want to grow a Hass avocado in our area.
Avocados are $36.00 each.
We will be having a class on growing blueberries in containers this Saturday, March 16th at 10 am. No reservation is necessary.
Saturday, March 13
Bald Mountain Nursery
Hope to see you there,
Our bare root fruit trees are all in. We are heeling in the standard size today and will be working on the semi-dwarf tomorrow. Shop early for the best selection. If you would like a price list, email me and I can send one to you via email. It’s an excellent time to get your fruit trees in. The selection is great right now.
2019 Bare Root Roses are in and ready for sale. We are potting and staking the tree roses as I send this. They are available as well.
All of the bare root roses are now in and ready for sale. $18.00 each for bare root bush or climber roses. If you would rather take it in the pot, they are $21.00.
- 36″ Tree Roses $40.00 each.
- 36″ Twofer Tree Roses $45.00 (Two varieties on one tree)
- 24″ Tree Roses $29.50 each.
Bare Root Fruit Trees will be coming soon. I will send an additional email when they are in.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and Valentines Day are the three dates to remember for dormant spray applications on your fruit trees, The first application should be done this week or very soon after. As soon as the rain stops and the trees have lost their leaves. Use Liquicop mixed with Horticultural Oil or Neem Oil. Spray the entire tree. Spray all your deciduous fruit trees in your orchard to prevent leaf curl, reduce the chance of fireblight and kill overwintering insects. Healthier trees will be the result next spring.
Dogwoods, Living Christmas Trees, Japanese Maples, Rhododendrons, and other Oregon stock arrived yesterday.
We have White, Pink, and Cherokee Chief (Dark Rosey Pink) dogwoods in now. Just arrived.
We also have a nice selection of Colorado Spruce and Dwarf Alberta Spruce.
Also just got in some Exbury Azaleas (deciduous azalea), Tulip magnolias, some very nice Japanese Maples, Rhododendrons, Mugho Pines, and other Oregon Stock.
And below is a picture of Chester and Jessie when they were about two months old. Now they are 9. Not plant related but very cute puppies. Great dogs now. Always happy to see everybody.
Hours: 9-5 Monday through Saturday, 10-4 Sunday
We Hope To See You Soon,
- Yellow, Red and White onions – $2.60 / pound, Sweet onions – $4.95 / pound.
- Garlic – $4.50 / pound
- Elephant Garlic – $6.25 / pound
- Shallots – $6.25 / pound
All available now for fall planting. Cooler weather ahead. Shorter days, cool mornings. FALL PLANTING SEASON IS HERE.
Winter vegetables are now in as well.
Organic Vegetable Gardening Class
April 14th and 15th. 10 AM.
We will have organic vegetable gardening classes this Saturday and Sunday at 10 AM.
We will show you how to prepare your garden beds to grow your vegetables organically, discuss planting techniques, watering, mulching, insect control, and answer any questions you have about vegetable gardening.
Classes start at 10 AM and last about 30 minutes.
No charge and no need to register for the classes. Just show up.
We also have and excellent selection of vegetable starts for planting your vegetable garden.
We hope you can make one of them,
WE ARE ADDING TWO MORE FREE FRUIT TREE PRUNING CLASSES THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3RD AND 4TH AT 10 AM.
I’VE HAD MULTIPLE REQUESTS FOR MORE PRUNING CLASSES, SO THIS WEEKEND WE WILL HOLD TWO MORE. THESE ARE THE FINAL TWO FOR THE SEASON.
LEARN HOW TO PRUNE YOUR FRUIT TREES. WE WILL HOLD THE CLASSES IN OUR ORCHARD HERE AT THE NURSERY.
NO REGISTRATION NECCESSARY. JUST SHOW UP.
FREE COFFEE, TEA, AND HOT CHOCOLATE DURING THE CLASS AND BARE ROOT SEASON.
We will also cover rose pruning and dormant spraying and answer any questions you may have.
Bare Root season continues through the end of February. Great selection of bare root fruit trees and roses and shade trees. Blueberries, Blackberries, Asparagus, Artichokes, and Strawberries all available now as well and onion starter plants and seed potatoes. And of course our full line of shrubs, trees, and plants.
20% OFF ALL IN STOCK PURCHASES ON SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY
Come shop on Small Business Saturday and have free coffee and hot chocolate while you shop. And receive 20% off all in stock purchases.
Saturday, November 25th
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Bald Mountain Nursery