We just received our Elderberries, Asparagus, and Rhubarb. Limited to stock on hand. Hurry in for best selection. Bare Root Fruit Trees still available. Selection is still good.
Bare root fruit trees now available!
We will be holding free fruit tree pruning classes in our orchard here at the nursery. The dates of the classes are as follows: January 27th 10 am. February 3rd 10 am. February 4th 10 am.
BUSH & CLIMBING ROSES ARE NOW READY TO GO. TREE ROSES WILL BE READY TO GO ON FRIDAY 12/8/23 BUSH & CLIMBER ROSES – $26.00 EACH BARE ROOT, $29.00 IN POT. 36″ TREE ROSES – $63.00 EACH 36″ TWOFER TREE ROSES $73.00 EACH 24″ TREE ROSES – $45.00 EACH CLICK HERE IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COMPLETE ROSE LIST. ROSES FOR CHRISTMAS!! We Hope To See You Soon, Jeff
Blueberries, Gooseberries, Figs, Cane Berries, Pomegranates, are now in. When planting blueberries add acid fertilizer and to create an acidic environment they require.
This year has been a beautiful spring and only a couple of days with 100 degrees or more so far for the whole year. Looks like cooler for a little while now. All in all, it has been nice weather for your landscape whether new plantings or established plantings. With summer here and longer days, it gives a lot of time for gardening. Do your planting early in the day or in the evening if possible. Plants will handle the transplant just fine as long as you water them well as soon as they are transplanted, and make sure you give additional water for the first week or two after planting to make sure it is kept well hydrated. Also be sure to mulch to hold the moisture in the ground. Water the new planting well, and then water in with Superthrive mixed in water. This will eliminate any transplant shock that may occur. Keep the plant moist but not soggy while it is getting it’s root system established. If you are using a timed drip system that runs for very short periods, you will need to supplement with a hose periodically. A slow trickle for an hour or two …
May 2023 marks 38 years in business for us here at Bald Mountain Nursery. My parents, Richard and Cecilia Rice started the business in 1985. Richard Rice (Dad) passed away in 2005. Cecilia Rice (Mom) passed away in 2021. I started in the business in 1992 and
We will be holding four fruit tree pruning classes in the new orchard here at the nursery this year. The dates of the classes are as follows: January 21st, 10 am. January 22nd, 10 am. January 28th, 10 am. January 29th, 10 am. There is no charge for these, and reservations are not needed. Attend one or more that works best for your schedule. They last about an hour. Hope to see you there, Jeff
We have our fruit trees in stock now and are selling briskly. Bare root shade trees will be in within a couple of weeks and a few more miscellaneous fruit trees. Blueberries, cane berries, figs, and pomegranates in pots are in as well.