Katie shows off some of Dave Wilson Nursery's favorite late-season fruits.
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Late Season Fruit Varieties
Thursday, June 11, 2009 - 00:46
If you are thinking of planting fruit trees, here are some reasons why you should and where to begin on our website.
...a prolonged harvest of tree-ripe fruit from a small space in the yard... accomplished by planting an assortment of fruit trees close together and keeping them small by summer pruning.
Via the DWN SOFT Program, participating retail nurseries can order for you–prior to the early November deadline–almost any fruit tree in the DWN Wholesale inventory!
Trees well-chosen will be easiest to grow and give superior fruit - at your preferred harvest times.
Bare root or in containers? Large trees or small? How do I find my varieties?
Most important: know your site's drainage...before planting,
They're easy: especially when grown in containers!
Established by Dave Wilson in 1938 on a small piece of rented ground near Modesto, California, our company
Special Order Fruit Trees. Sell the entire DWN Home Garden collection, no minimum per item: taste-test winners, new hybrids from Zaiger Genetics, proven varieties for each week of the growing season, all the available variety-rootstock combinations.
Industry-leading sales aids, DWN bestselling varieties, selling Backyard Orchard Culture.
Farmers' Market Favorites™ - Fruit Trees, Grapevines & Berries: hundreds of varieties grown and shipped in 4" x 4" x 9" containers. Sell the Edibles!
Merchandising fruit trees, selling your program, inventory control.
"A Family Organized to Improve Fruit Worldwide", the Zaigers have brought the world a fantastic array of fresh market stone fruits including Pluot® and Aprium® interspecifics.
Brief Views are a quick way to scan the catalog for stone fruit varieties of interest based on key characteristics, chilling requirement, and harvest date.
The value of adequate land preparation will be realized soon after planting and for the life of your orchard. The timing and sequence of steps are very important.
Bloom, tree, crop, harvest and cultural descriptors for DWN commercial almond varieties. Relative pest and disease tolerances for DWN almond rootstocks.