Welcome to the Hardy Fruit Trees Nursery!
The Hardy Fruit Trees Nursery is growing cold hardy fruit trees for the north of Canada. Our fruit trees are grown naturally and have been selected among hundreds of varieties to offer you the best you can grow in Canada, from Alberta to Ontario.
We will start taking spring order on 2014, January 1th. Our spring inventory will be updated that same day. Wishing everyone a very nice winter!
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News & Tutorials
December 7 - 2013
Every Canadian gardener should know their hardiness zone, or they will have a nasty surprise in spring. Winter frosts will kill a tree or plant if it is not located in an appro...
September 10 - 2013
As all vegetables in the garden, fruit trees have specific needs in regards to fertilisation. We will examine the three rules of fertilisation.
Why are Fruit Trees Grafted?
September 3 - 2013
Grafting has been practiced for thousands of years. It is still used as one of the main tree propagation techniques. When people buy fruit trees, mostly apple and pear trees, t...
April 9 - 2013
Pruning a fruit tree from a young age is essential for its future. Pruning a small tree will provide a good structure, good balance, aesthetic appeal and facilitates an easier ...
November 23 - 2012
Whether you are growing your grape vines in a row or over a trellis, your grape vines must be pruned each year. Learning how to prune your grape vine is the first step...