Fruits and Berries
At Portland Nursery, we bring you a broad selection of fruit bearing trees, shrubs, and vines. Our buyers start ordering in the winter months and by February our stock is filling up. Check out our helpful buyer's lists to see what varieties we are stocking.
Fruits and Berries
We provide our buyers' lists each year so that you can decide on which varieties you would like for your garden. Small Fruits and Berries start arriving in mid-February to mid-March. Call to check if the trees you want are available.
Please note that we buy to our lists but stock can often sell out quickly.
Phone ahead to check stock on a specific fruit.
Fruit bearing shrubs
|Rhubarb||Rhubarb Varieties & Care|
|Sea Berries||Sea Berry Care|
Berry brambles and strawberries
||Care & Varieties|
|Boysenberries||Care & Varieties|
|Raspberries||Raspberry Care & Varieties|
|Strawberries||Strawberry Care & Varieties|
||Table Grape Care
Table Grape Varieties
|Wine Grapes||Wine Grape Care
Wine Grape Varieties
|Kiwi||Kiwi Varieties & Care|
Fruit bearing trees
Apple Pollination Chart
|Cherry||Cherry Varieties & Care|
|Fig||Fig Varieties & Care|
|Pear - Asian||Asian Pear Varieties|
|Plum/Prune||Plum and Prune Care|
Nut bearing trees
Seaberry photo Credits to One Green World
Do you wish for the kind of yard that provides something to eat around every corner? If so, you are not alone. Edible landscaping is on the rise and Portland Nursery is the place to find everything you need to make your dream a reality.
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