Wednesday, October 29, 2014

An Edible Landscape

This fall has been absolutely beautiful!  Time to start thinking about new plants for next year and adding more fruit to the landscape.  Give your customers a garden to table experience with small and large fruits.  Loma Vista has several in production and now available for booking for your spring sales.  Hurry before they are gone.

LYCIUM bar Goji Big Lifeberry 1PW and 3PW

RUBUS Black Satin #1

RUBUS Darrow #1

RUBUS Willamette #1


VACCINIUM x Northcountry #1

MALUS Gala #7

MALUS Honeycrisp #7

PRUNUS Black Tartarian #7

PRUNUS persica Early Elberta #7 and #10

PRUNUS salicina Superior #10

PRUNUS salicina Toka #10

PRUNUS x Bing #7

PYRUS com Bartlett Pear #7

Some of my favorite fruits are Blueberries and Raspberries!  Eat them fresh, freeze, can, make a smoothie! 


Fruit Smoothie with Yogurt
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Apples, peaches, pears and cherries are a joy to have and harvest.  To insure a nice harvest, be sure to properly prune and spray for best crop production. 


Prunus Early Elberta #7

Reference Guides from K State:
Pruning Fruit Trees

Planning Your Fruit Garden

By Michelle Cadena, Sales Representative, Loma Vista Nursery

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