Welcome to Hardy Fruit Tree Nursery

 

At Hardy Fruit Tree Nursery, we sell cold-hardy fruit trees suited to Canada's northern climate. Our fruit trees are grown naturally and have been selected from over four hundred varieties that we are testing to offer you the very best trees that can be grown in Canada.

We are now taking spring 2020 orders. Choose your shipping date at checkout (April 20th, April 27th, May 4th, May 11th or May 19th). If you live nearby, you can also come to pick up your trees on certain weekends; we will be open on April 25th-26th and May 2nd-3r.

Shipping fees for Quebec and Ontario are a flat rate of $35 per order. Other provinces vary between $50 and $100 depending on location and order size. Check here for detailed information.

 

 

Tutorials

Bagging: How to get perfect fruit without pesticide

January 12 - 2018

We have an orchard of more than 300 hardy apple varieties which we use to test their hardiness, taste, disease and bug resistance in Canadian conditions. After 10 years of observation, we successfully identif...

Area calculator

December 12 - 2017

We built a tool to enable you to calculate the amount of land needed to plant the trees you wish to plant. Please note that this table is adapted to the trees that we produce, and has been built with trees gr...

Fertilising fruit trees

January 19 - 2015

As with vegetables in the garden, fruit trees have specific needs in regards to fertilisation. In this tutorial, we will examine the three rules of fertilisation. Rule 1: Never fertilise after July 1...

How to prune a grape vine

January 8 - 2015

Whether you are growing your grape vines in a row or over a trellis, your grape vines must be pruned each year. Learning how to prune your grape vine is the first step in gathering a bountiful suppl...

How to plant a bare rooted tree?

January 26 - 2014

Wondering what is the best technique to plant a bare rooted tree? Come and learn how! We sell bare rooted trees, which are not the same as the potted trees most people are used to. Planting a potted ...

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