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NATURE AND NURTURE, LLC

An organic landscaping business located in Ann Arbor, Michigan
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NURSERY CATALOG


Nature and Nurture, LLC is not a mail order nursery.
  
We stock many of the plants below in our nursery.  If you don't see what you are looking for please let us know so we can try to special order it for you.  We continually strive to expand our knowledge of fruit that is suitable for growing in SE Michigan and want to find your unusual fruit request.
Discounts available on bulk special orders.  Please call or email for prices. 

To order or for more information, call us at 734-929-0802 or
email info (AT) natureandnurture.org

Nature and Nurture Fruit Catalog

This is a rough catalog of what we have available this year. Actual prices may vary based on size of plant and availability.

 


 



Apples
Pears
Apricot
Peach
Nectarine
Sweet Cherry
Sour Cherry
European Plum
Japanese Plum
Pawpaw
 

 

Plants We Stock in the Nursery

 
Trees
 
Pawpaw – Need 2 for pollination, grows to 20 ft.
Named varieties, bareroot or container grown, 2-4’ (pre-order for spring)      
Seedlings
 
Persimmon – Grows to 50 ft., needs a male and female
 
Shipova (sorbus x pyrus) - Hybrid of Mountain Ash and Pear
 
Fruiting Quince
 
Medlar – Ancient fruit of European origin, related to apple and pear. Fruit must ripen off tree until mushy. Flavor like spiced applesauce
 
Che – Relative of mulberry with large fruit, grafted to osage orange tree.
 
Japanese Raisin Tree – Large shade tree with edible peduncles
 
Mulberry – 15'-50 ft.
 
Nuts – Need 2 for pollination
Precocious Hazelnut – Fruits at a young age
Precocious Chestnut – Fruits at a young age
American Hybrid Chestnut
Chestnut x Chinquapin Hybrid
 
Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa) – Grows to 15 ft. Self fertile. Fruit have interesting shape.
 
Cornelian Cherry (Cornus mas) – Grows to 20 ft. Need 2 for pollination.
 
Shrubs
 
Plums
Beach plums  - grows to 6 ft.
Dwarf beach plums - grows to 5 ft. or less
DunbarsPlum – cross between american plum and beach plum. Grows to 6 ft.
 
Serviceberries
Amelanchier alnifolia – many varieties – typically grow 6-8 ft.
Amelanchier gaspensis – Grows to 4 ft.
Amelanchier stolonifera  - Grows 3-5 ft.
 
Chokeberry
 
Dwarf Chokeberry – 3-6 ft.
 
Elderberries – Grows to 8 ft.
 
Bush Cherries - Grows 3-4 ft.
 
Nanking Cherries – Grows 7-8 ft.
 
Dwarf Mulberry – Grows to 6 ft.
 
Hardy Figs – Typically die back to ground and resprout in June or grow as a houseplant.
 
  
Cane Fruit
 
Everbearing Red Raspberries
 
Yellow Raspberries
       
Black Raspberries
 
Purple Raspberries
 
Jostaberries
 
Gooseberries
 
White Currants
 
Red Currants
 
Pink Currants
 
Black Currants - Not For Sale Unless You Have a MDA Permit
 
Vines – Require support!
 
Grapes
 
Hardy Kiwi - Actinidia arguta – Fruits well in full sun, fruit are not fuzzy and grape sized. Needs a male and female for fruit. 
 
Arctic Kiwi - Actinidia kolomikta – Grows best in partial shade, but needs sun for fruit. Ornamental tricolor leaves. Needs a male and female for fruit.
 
Passionflower - Passiflora incarnata
         
Perennials
 
Junebearing Strawberries
 
Day-neutral/everbearing Strawberries
 
Alpine Strawberry
 
Groundcover Raspberry
 
Green or Purple Asparagus
 
Green or Red Rhubarb
 
Chives
 
Garlic Chives
 
Lovage
 
Winter Savory
 
Hardy Banana (depending on size – hardy, but no edible fruit
 
Dwarf Banana (depending on size) – Can produce fruit, but is not hardy. Makes a great houseplant
 
Acid loving plants
 
Blueberry
 
Cranberry
 
Lingonberry
 
Wintergreen
 
Salal berry

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