• Asian Pears

    Asian Pears (2)

    Chojuro: A wonderful small Asian pear which ripens early but keeps very well. Produces crisp fleshed pears with a hint of butterscotch sweetness. Ripens in August here in TN. Korean Giant: Heavy producer of very large (if thinned) russet pears. A delightful fruit that grows on a vigorous upright tree. Branches should be spread on this variety. The fruit is…
  • Bee Trees - 1 Gallon

    Bee Trees - 1 Gallon (41)

    Trees are an important source of nectar and pollen for honeybees and other pollinators. Here we offer trees that bloom in turn throughout the seasons. Whether you keep bees or not, these trees are beautiful and deserve a place of prominence in the landscape. Read More
  • Bee Trees - 2 Gallon

    Bee Trees - 2 Gallon (28)

    Trees are an important source of nectar and pollen for honeybees and other pollinators. Here we offer trees that bloom in turn throughout the seasons. Whether you keep bees or not, these trees are beautiful and deserve a place of prominence in the landscape. Read More
  • European Pears

    European Pears (4)

    Magness: By far the finest pear we have ever grown, smooth buttery flesh without a hint of grit. Properly thinned they can weigh a pound each. Red blushed over a green background for a beautiful pear. Magness produces no pollen, so it must be grown with another variety, we recommend Maxine. Magness ripens here in early August. Maxine: A high…
  • Fruit Trees- Native and Traditional

    Fruit Trees- Native and Traditional (32)

    We offer a selection of fruit trees- native and traditional selected for flavor, production and pest resistance. (low spray) American Persimmon: There are two strains of American Persimmon in the U.S. A northern strain found north of the Ohio River and the Mason Dixon line and a southern strain found south to the Gulf of Mexico. We offer grafted American…
  • Northern Pecan Trees

    Northern Pecan Trees (22)

    Growing your own pecans is not only for those living in the deep south. Pecans can be grown successfully throughout the southern half of the US, the lower Midwest and into the lower Mid Atlantic states. Here we offer varieties that will allow you to grow your own pecans, both for home use and as a small farm enterprise. Read…
  • Nut Wizard

    Nut Wizard (6)

    The Nut Wizard makes gathering nuts a breeze. Whether you are picking up nuts to eat or just cleaning up the yard, a Nut Wizard will make life easier. No more crawling around on the ground. No more stained hands. There are models that pick up Golf Balls, Tennis Balls, Apples, even spent brass and shotgun shells at the range.
  • Pawpaw Trees

    Pawpaw Trees (1)

    Pawpaws bloom very early with the earliest forest wildflowers. The blooms are inconspicuous. 1″ to 1 1/4″ in diameter, a deep burgundy red, with a quilted appearance. The fruit is a dull green and blends in well with the foliage. The fruits are hard and have a white flesh until ripe. The flesh, as they ripen, changes from a hard…
  • Permanent Food Plots

    Permanent Food Plots (63)

    Annual food plots have become very popular with wildlife managers. These plots are an important tool in the effort to improve the health of wildlife populations. Hard and soft mast are the driving force of deer and turkey populations and their health. These mast producing woody trees and shrubs are the species that attract and hold deer and turkeys in…
  • Trees For Bees

    Trees For Bees (67)

    Trees are an important source of nectar and pollen for honeybees and other pollinators. Here at Trees For Bees we offer trees that bloom in turn throughout the seasons. Whether you keep bees or not, these trees attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and all manner of pollinating insects. Flowering trees are beautiful and fragrant and deserve a place of prominence in the…
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