Bare Root Season
It has been a while since any of us had some time to post something on In the Loop. We have been very busy with Garlic, Onion, and Potato season, and as the Bare Root season gets closer, we have had no time to relax. Right now is the time to pre-order your Bare Root Fruit and Nut Trees (Planting Guide), and all the other great bare root products we feature in our Winter Catalog. These high quality 2 year old trees are a 3/4” caliper, and come delivered to you at 4’-5’ tall - most are grown on a semi-dwarf root stock so they make great additions to even the smallest back yard orchard. Keep in mind we offer 10 Fruit trees shipped to your door for $199.00, a great offer for all of you who are aspiring to grow your own fruit. Take a look at this article from last year if you would like help figuring out what bare root fruit trees would do best in your planting area. And to see pictures of our last years Bare Root shipping look here.
Artichokes (guide) and Asparagus (guide) make a great addition to your garden, both in terms of aesthetics and pure tastiness. Cane berries (guide)are undoubtedly some very fun and rewarding plants to grow, there is nothing like picking fresh raspberries or blackberries from your very own bushes and eating them on the spot!
This year we are also offering a variety of Wine Grapes and Hops plants for those aspiring home brewers and vinters. And have added a variety of kits to help your fermentations acquire a wonderful and vibrant taste and smell.
If you have any gardeners close to you that you just can’t decide what to get them for Christmas - nothing is better than a PVFS gift certificate. Take a look here for our current promotion.
At Peaceful Valley we are excited to enter into this our 34th year of Winter Bare Root planting season. It is a great time of year to add permanent additions to your yard - that will produce sweet tasty fruit for years to come! If you have any questions, give us a call at 888.784.1722 we will be happy to help you pick.
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