Posts Tagged ‘Raintree Nursery’


New compact berry bushes from Raintree – great for small urban spaces!

Recent news from one of our favorite local nurseries:

Gorgeous four-season edible ornamentals for small spaces

BrazelBerries Peach Sorbet 3+: $19.95

Fruit gardeners with limited space and an eye for beauty will love the BrazelBerries®. They are new dwarf blueberries and raspberries bred to thrive in containers. True edible ornamentals, they are beautiful in all seasons and produce lots of delicious fruit in small spaces.
They are perfect for folks with limited space who want to grow their own healthy food on a balcony or patio. They will also thrive planted in the ground in your yard.
For many years, Raintree Nursery has specialized in edible plants for the different niches in your yard including many varieties that will grow well in pots.

BrazelBerries« Jelly BeanÖ 3+: $19.95

Look for them throughout the catalog and go and learn lots more about varieties and techniques suited to growing wonderful fruit in containers.

Check Out the Seattle Tree Fruit Society Fall Fruit Show Tomorrow

Seattle has an amazing wealth of knowledge about horticulture on hand. Before you don a costume this Halloween, take advantage of it at the Seattle Tree Fruit Society Fall Fruit Show.


Learn about fruit gardening and sample local apple varieties at the Seattle Tree Fruit Society Fall Fruit Show tomorrow.

It’s a great opportunity to learn more about growing your own fruit. You’ll be able to attend lectures on mason bees, mead, container gardening, and choosing fruit varieties for smaller gardens. A large number of apple varieties will be available to sample, as will various products made from apples and other fruits from the home garden. Vendors such as Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation, Raintree Nursery, and Hartman’s Nursery will offer interesting products and information, and tool sharpening and apple identification will be available.

STFS members will be on hand to chat about many aspects of home fruit growing. They’re great resources for information on pest control and the best fruit varieties to grow in our climate.

The Fall Fruit show runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m at the Center for Urban Horticulture at 3501 NE 41st Street (Mary Gates Drive).