It’s official now! Our name is NW Fruit, our trade name that is. We are Western Washington Fruit Research Foundation and NW Fruit so we are gradually changing to NW Fruit in our publications, etc.
At the the Winter Field Day on March 3, 2018 we will have an emphasis on nuts and unusual fruit such as Persimmon, Medlar, Cornelian cherry, Fig, Mulberry. English walnut, Chestnut and Sea Buckthorn, along with our usual lectures and demonstrations on pruning, pest control, and grafting. Scionwood for many varieties will be available, along with rootstocks. Tree grafting will be available as usual.
Our Fruit Garden, located at 16650 State Route 536, Mount Vernon, WA, is open to the public 7 days a week from dawn to dusk. The Fruit Garden is west of the Discovery Garden.
If you are not able to visit our Fruit Garden in person, you can take a home Fruit Garden Tour.
See our blog posts for news about events and other announcements.
Join the Fruit Garden volunteers!