Fruit, Herbs & Vegetables
Our customers asked for more fruit trees and we stocked up with a nice selection that are hardy in our zone 5 gardens. Some of the apple trees have multiple varieties grafted on one plant! The shrub selection of berries is huge. Blueberries top the list in popularity and are available in early, mid and late fruiting varieties. Don't forget you need two plants for best fruiting or choose one of the newer self-pollinating cultivars.
We also have tropical fruit trees that must be stored indoors during the winter months. These include Meyer lemon trees, limes, oranges and fruiting fig trees.
All of our herbs are grown in Lockwood's greenhouses. Most herbs are available in 3" pots with larger assorted handle packs in culinary combinations such as Italian or Mexican blends. We also grow larger and unusul pots of unique varieties like lemon grass and stevia. Look for ginger and turmeric plants in the herb section. Only beneficial insects and organic measures are used to control any insect or disease problems in the growing process.
Our herb grower, Julie Emerling, also maintains a large selection of 3" vegetables during the planting season. You'll find heirloom tomatoes beside ghost peppers and even sweet potato starter plants along with the classic beans and squash to name a few.