Nursery

Bedding Plants

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Vegetable seedlings and limited flower seedlings are tried and true short season varieties that grow well in our region, started from seed here in our greenhouses, acclimatized to our day length.

Bedding plants are for sale May 1 to June 15 at the farm Sunday – Thursday 10:00am – 6:00pm, Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm, or at the Anchorage Farmers Market Saturdays, 9:00am – 2:00pm.

Fertilizers

Complete Blend (2.50 per lb.)

Tomato Blend (2.50 per lb.)

Fish Bone Meal ($2.00 per lb.)


Tomato Plants

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Determinate, cold hardy varieties, well-suited to growing outdoors in 5 gal. containers, or in raised beds in your garden. All outdoor varieties are prolific producers of red 1-2 inch tomatoes:

– Glacier
– Siberian Otradny
– Siberian Zaryanka
– Odessa
– Urbikany
– Northern Light
– Sub-Arctic Plenty

Indeterminate varieties for greenhouse growing:
– Big Beef (beafsteak)
– Celebrity (large, slicing)
– Sun Gold (orange cherry)
– Super Sweet 100 (red cherry)

All plants are 3-4 months old in 1.5 gal. pots.

Tomato plants are for sale May 1 to June 15 while supplies last at the farm Sunday – Thursday 10:00am – 6:00pm, Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm, or at the Anchorage Farmers Market Saturdays 9:00am – 2:00pm.


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Hanging Baskets

Available through mid-summer to add a splash in your garden and for gift-giving!

Petunia (various types, colors)
Nasturtium (Alaska, Jewel, Empress of India types)
Marigold with Lobelia (various types, colors)
Living Bouquet (assorted flowers)
Herb (assorted herbs)

12 inch baskets priced from $35 – $40.

Summer hours: hanging baskets are available until July 15 at the farm, Mon-Fri 9:00am-6:00pm. Try us on Sunday, too. Closed Saturday; or at the Anchorage Farmers Market Saturdays 9:00am – 2:00pm.

Spring hours: May 1 to June 15 at the farm Sunday – Thursday 10:00am – 6:00pm, Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm, or at the Anchorage Farmers Market Saturdays 9:00am – 2:00pm.


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Apple Trees

Spring 2017 – OUT OF STOCK – Due to shortages in rootstock supply over the last 3 years, we have no sellable specimens this year. Please check back next spring for an update.

We graft early ripening varieties that produce ripe fruit here in Alaska onto hardy Ranetka Siberian root stock. The scion wood is taken from trees in our orchard in Palmer, which are acclimatized to Alaska. We sell trees that have grown out 5 years after grafting to insure that the individual tree can withstand Alaskan winters, that the graft has healed, and the tree is growing well. Trees generally bear fruit reliably by the 5th year.

Trees come in 6 gallon pots, are 3 or more years old, and priced at $125. Two or more varieties in one tree available for $15 per extra graft.

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Apple Varieties:
Hyer 12, Hyer 20, Norland, Oriole, Chinese Golden Early,
Yellow Transparent, Geneva Early, Rescue, Dolgo Crab, Parkland,
Summer Red, Red Transparent, Mantet