Best Mail Order Company for Fruit Trees and Shrubs?

JalapenosinDelco

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I’m looking for a reputable company with good prices and good products to order from.
I’m interested in a couple of cherry trees, a peach tree, a raspberry bush, strawberries, and maybe blueberries and grapes. There’s a lot out there and I’d like some advice on what others have liked.
Thanks guys!
 

Eleanor

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I've always had succcess with Fedco and Indiana Berry. MajorCatfish's suggestion about speaking with your extension agent is sound advice. I know this time of year our area conservation districts are holding their spring plant / tree / bush sale that feature varieties suitable to the region; perhaps yours does as well.
 

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check for local greenhouses. prices may be a bit more but you have a chance of finding fellow gardeners too when you visit. :) we're very happy with our local greenhouse people.
 

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My Stark Brothers story is when I moved to Arkansas on two acres I ordered a bunch of fruit an nut trees, around 25 total. About 18 months after I received them I got a call from Stark Bros. How were the trees doing? I mentioned that one had died. (I did not mention the ones that the deer had killed, that wasn't their fault) They sent me a new one that fall.
 

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My Stark Brothers story is when I moved to Arkansas on two acres I ordered a bunch of fruit an nut trees, around 25 total. About 18 months after I received them I got a call from Stark Bros. How were the trees doing? I mentioned that one had died. (I did not mention the ones that the deer had killed, that wasn't their fault) They sent me a new one that fall.
Good Business!
 
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