Where: St. Mary’s Project, on West Depot St. (Between 3rd St. and 4th St. on Depot.) In the workshop to the west of the St. Mary’s School (DeCoursey Hall). Click HERE for a map on google maps.
When: Saturday April 14th & Sunday April 15th: 9am-5pm.
Monday-Wednesday April 16th-18th, 1pm-5pm.
What: Fruit trees, Nut trees, Berry bushes, Composters, + more! Follow this link: UPDATED Tree Availability ’12 to view a pdf with full details on the plants we have ordered and will have available at the sale. The selection was chosen for suitability to our climate. Contact us with questions.
Apples (13 varieties)
Pears (Asian & European, 9 varieties)
Cherries (Sweet only, 6 varieties)
Plums (Asian & European, 6 varieties)
Peaches (2 varieties)
Butternuts, English & Black Walnuts
Potted Chinese Chestnuts
Paw Paws, Persimmons & Illinois Everbearing Mulberries
Serviceberries & Aronias
Gooseberries, Currants, Strawberries, Blueberries, Jostaberries, Thornless Blackberries,
Available for Pre-Order, pick-up in May:
Hybrid Chestnuts & Hazelnuts
*Chestnuts are hybrids of blight resistant Chinese varieties & timber-quality American type.
Have specific questions? Contact Avi Pogel – 641-919-6890 or email@example.com
We, Full Circle Tree Crops, did not grow the majority of plants we are selling. The trees/plants come from reputable nurseries that guarantee that when we receive the plants, they are alive and true-to-name. We cannot be held responsible for the health of the plants once they leave our hands – proper planting in a timely manner, correct soil preparation, and appropriate watering are all contributing factors that are outside our control.
Replacement policy: 100% survival rate for all trees planted is simply an impossible expectation. This past year we endured uncharacteristicly hot and dry weather, which placed exceptional strain on all plants in the area. Without consistent watering and care over the past 8 months, it is likely that losses will have occurred at higher rates than normal.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but we cannot replace plants lost to the drought or otherwise.