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Need fruit trees inSeattle, WA

Posted by paddyberk WA (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 24, 10 at 15:01

Hello everyone.

Where is the best place within 40 miles of Seattle to buy trees. I am looking for fruit trees mostly but also a few ever greens to fill in the yard. Looking for a place with a large selection and decent prices (my yard is already WAY over budget). So let me know your favorite nursery.

Thanks for the help


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RE: Need fruit trees inSeattle, WA

paddy
I buy all my fruit trees from WWW.burntridgenursery.com. The prices are very reasonable as is the shipping costs from their location in Onalaska,wa


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  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 25, 10 at 0:25

They have some pretty good looking ones at Sky (185th & Aurora).


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RE: Need fruit trees inSeattle, WA

You may wish to wait until bareroot trees are availabe in late winter. You get a much greater variety of fruit trees. Easily found at all full-service nurseries.


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  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 12, 10 at 23:47

Today I noticed that the ones they have left (many seem to have sold in the past month or so) are now half off. So you can start with a pretty big specimen (apple, pear etc.) for perhaps less than 20 dollars with tax - full prices I read for a couple of these more common types were less than 40 dollars. Apple, columnar apple, Asian pear, fig, nectarine, plum...


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