It was a great day at the Marion County Master Gardener Spring Festival. My sister Jessica and I met a lot of folks, put a lot of edibles into people’s hands and generally enjoyed ourselves while remaining standing for 10 hours. 😉
If you’re getting ready for spring, this is the time to stop by. We totally stocked up on fruit and nut trees before heading to the show this weekend… and on Sunday I’ll be giving a discount to anyone that wants to buy more than a couple of trees.
Buy $100 worth and I’ll knock of 20% from the order.
We have four varieties of pears, plus:
Persimmons, Dunstan chestnuts, black mulberries, native mulberries, pomegranates, peaches, soapberries, southern crabapples, sassafras, loquats, hazelnuts, Chinese chestnuts and more.
I’d like to move as many of the larger items tomorrow as I can so I have less to load after the show.
If you’re in the hunt for fruit trees, come find me between 9 and 4 ath the Marion County Agricultural Extension (more details on the previous post). And if you’re not hunting for fruit trees, come find me anyways. You know I love to talk with fellow gardeners.
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HOW CAN I GET YOUR PLANTS TO MY PLACE.??. I LIVE 60 MILES NORTH OF PANAMA CITY BEACH.. LOVE YOUR SITE AND HAVE RECOMMENDED IT TO OTHERS
Some plants I can ship; however, you might also watch out for any friends that are driving down this way. I'm only 15 minutes from I-75 a little south of Gainesville.
I'm looking for crabapples, mulberries, pears and hazelnuts… how much are your trees? It might be worth a trip up that wayt his weekend. 🙂
Crabapples are $18, mulberries range from $16 to $25, depending on size, Pears are $22-25, Hazelnuts are small still – they're $14 each.