Fruit Trees |

By: David Hunter Flower Shops  09-12-2011
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At David Hunters you can choose from a selection of fruit trees that are suitable to grow in the Greater Vancouver area. Our selection of fruit trees arrives in late february or early March, and we carry them through the summer normally selling out in early fall. We have more than 30 varieties of large fruit trees to choose from including: apples, apricots, cherries, crabapple, peaches, pears, plums, quince, and walnuts. If you only have a small backyard with room for one fruit tree, be sure to select a dwarf self pollinating variety or one of our combination trees that have multiple varieties on the same tree.

In addition to large fruit trees you can grow many small fruits and berries. These can be ideal for smaller gardens. They include grapes, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, and many more. 

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