Grow Fruit Organically

Our primary focus is getting you on your journey to grow fruit organically. Not only do we offer an incredible selection of fruit trees and supporting plants, we offer the education you need to succeed.

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Next Workshop

Fantastic Fruit Trees & How to Grow Them

Date and time to be determined based on customer feedback

This is an entry-level workshop for one who appreciates the idea of growing their own fruit. It is for one who might be hesitant to start because simply put, don't know how to start. It is for one who has started but feels like they are getting nowhere. It is for one who has fruit trees but is so frustrated with them, they are going to cut them down.

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Tuesday, October 12

Next generation owner! Mark Albrecht is now a co-owner here. Many of you have seen him in the back ground keeping things running. Had called him the range boss a few years ago already as he had a pretty good handle on what it took to keep the growing fields in great condition. He is now being heavily introduced into the 'books', hahaha. You just can't always have fun without doing the bookwork!

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Choose Your Evergreens!

Pick out your evergreen trees right in the ground. All evergreen fields are now open for you to walk through and select the tree you would like to reserve this fall or for next spring. We will be digging soon for fall, so put your name on your favorite evergreen trees like the Balsam Fir, White Pine, or the Black Hills Spruce. Call us at 715-723-8001 to schedule a time.

Choose Your Evergreens!

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Ideal Planting Conditions For Fruit Trees