Fall 2012 Harvest Season

As autumn has fallen upon us, we start preparing for our digging season, pulling stakes, spraying trees with fungicides, performing maintenance on machinery and equipment. These are just a few examples of what our crews are doing to get ready for our busy harvest season. By December we are in full swing of digging, grading and storing our trees until we begin shipping in February.

Okame Cherry

Okame Cherry Tree

 A hybrid cherry developed in England crossing a female flower of Fuji cherry for hardiness with the pollen from a deep rose flowered Taiwan cherry. An abundance of rosy pink flowers in very early spring lasts two to three weeks. Maximum height of 20-30 feet with a canopy spread of 12-20 feet. Its small stature and fine leaf  texture make it particularly adaptable to smaller gardens. Zone 5. We currently have a good selection of  whips and branched trees.