Related pages

This page contains a list of links to other interesting websites. We found these sites to be useful or to be great references for learning more about fruit trees. If you have a site related to fruit trees and would like us to post the link on our site, contact us!


Stefan SobkowiakStefan Sobkowiak : Miracle Farms

A permaculture orchard

Stefan Sobkowiak is a frequent speaker at ecology, horticulture, gardening, and ornithology clubs as well as municipality libraries. His talks deal with one of four themes: edible gardening, gardening, garden design, and birds. He has also been a guest lecturer at Université de Montréal and a lecturer for 8 years at McGill University teaching two courses: fruit production and landscape design and plants.

We strongly recommend that you consider inviting Stefan Sobkowiak to speak in your horticulture club. Feel free to contact him! Click on the photo for a list of its upcoming talks.


Heritage Harvest SeedsHeritage Harvest Seeds

Rare and endangered heirloom vegetable, flower, and herb seeds

Heritage Harvest Seed is a mail order business specializing in rare and endangered heirloom varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs. Tanya Stefanec and her family wirk hard to preserve heirloom varieties and offer their seeds for sale to the public.

We definitely recommend purchasing your seeds from Heritage Harvest. They offer rare, heirloom varieties that can be grown in areas with short seasons. We have always been pleased with their seeds and will continue to get most of our seeds from them.



St. Lawrence Nurseries in United StatesSt. Lawrence Nurseries

A hardy fruit tree nursery for American customers

We do not ship to the United States. However, before we even thought of starting a nursery, we admired St. Lawrence Nursery for their passion, knowledge, and experience with fruit trees. If you live in the United States, we strongly encourage you to purchase your trees from St. Lawrence Nurseries. It is a small family-run business that has been growing and selling fruit trees for northern climates since 1981. They have a wide variety of trees that, like ours, have been chosen for their hardiness and that are grown naturally.