Online Nursery prices in Fall 2020


#21

They’re also by far the cheapest and one of few with anything in stock of the bigger vendors. Not sure if they haven’t adjusted their prices or not, but I sure took advantage of it. I’ve had great success with their trees in the past. Their garlic stock, not so much.
Furthermore, I was looking for Royal Crimson on Maxma, and they, along with Raintree, were the only ones I could find that offered that combo. But Raintree are much more expensive


#22

Fine trees, nice price.
Having ordered 3 years, but not last year, my only ‘complaint’ is I’ve never yet gotten the first apple from any tree I’ve gotten from them…they’re on M111.


#23

A few varieties at Century Farms are made available on B9, at least in recent years, and since I have usually specially ordered varieties from their master list, in my last few orders I have requested B9.


#24

Century Farms’ David Vernon seems to be a real Southern gentleman and is a pleasure to work with.


#25

Yes, indeed. And Lee Calhoun chose David to be the keeper of much of his own collection when he retired. See his Master List for reference.


#26

Fedco trees just opened up ordering, and their prices seem mostly in line with last year. I think they have a lot of their own local suppliers, so they are in slightly different supply and demand bubble than all the folks buying from large wholesalers.

https://fedcoseeds.com/trees/


#27

I got the FEDCO paper catalog today. Antonovka, B118, M111, and V-1 are their rootstocks.
$30.25 per tree…which is a 1% increase from the last time I ordered from them.


#28

Just got thenew CVN catalog. Lots of peach varieties. No website. Small selection of apples pears and plums.


#29

Very low prices, $100 minimum.


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#31

They are a wholesale place…selling to nurseries and landscapers primarily.
(and to anyone with a minimum order)
A lot
of nursery stock grows in McMinnville…
perhaps only eclipsed by Oregon out west.