Ames Orchard and Nursery
Specializing in disease resistant fruit trees and plants suited for the Ozarks,
including apple, pear, grape, elderberry, pawpaw, and other fruits.
Reasonable prices. Expert advice.
Don’t Miss Our Facebook Page!
The Ames Orchard & Nursery Facebook page is where we post a lot of timely stuff, like what fruit we’re bringing to the Fayetteville Farmers Market, photos of huge or cool or beautiful fruit, notices about upcoming workshops (ours and others), etc. You can message us from there, too.
Fall Planting Is Over, but It’s Still a Great Time for Planting Fruit Trees!
IF the ground isn’t frozen, you can plant trees in the Ozarks all through the winter. So, though fall (November & December) is best, January and February and even early March is better than planting late in March and certainly better than in April!
Lots of apple trees left, including some great southern heirloom types, like Royal Limbertwig, Arkansaw, and Stayman Winesap. These are easy to grow and produce great apples unlike anything you can find in a store!