SMALL FRUITS AND BERRIES
Holly Acres Nursery and
Garden Center is the largest supplier of fruit trees in
Colorado. We grow most of our trees right at the nursery!
Acclimated, on time and the right selections for Colorado.
Potted, Bareroot, or Balled and Burlapped at awesome prices!
Everyone should have a few Fruit
Trees in there yard or if there is space, a small orchard can
feed so many! It's like a sense of having your own Garden of
Eden. There nothing like meandering through the yard and being
greeted by tasty treats! The flowers in the spring bring a
beauty and fragrance and are followed by Sun kissed, brightly
colored, juicy edibles. Growing fruit trees can be as simple or
complex as you choose. From a productive old apple to espaliers
and multi-grafted trees. Colorado can grow many types as
shown in the menu above.
Click here for tips on planting trees
We specialize in hardy
fruit trees that thrive in Colorado and the Eastern Plains!
FRUIT TREES FOR COLORADO and
Order Fruit Trees Now!
ONLY $21.99 each!
QUALITY FRUIT TREES
- BIG 1"
caliper, 5-8ft well branched ,
Semi-Dwarf Bare Root
for Colorado, no minimum purchase
any 10 fruit trees (Your Choice)
CENTER & ORCHARDIST SPECIAL
of 5 trees
Bundles (50-100 trees)
Bareroot Trees are A 50% deposit is required
to process your order. Order early for best
selections. Pick up times are through the
Month of March by appointment.
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What is a bareroot? Bareroot trees
and shrubs are ones which have been
harvested when dormant and sold
without soil around the roots. There
are advantages and disadvantages to
buying bareroot products. Bareroots
have a limited planting season From
March to Mid-April and must be
ordered before pick up for
packaging. Bareroots need to be
planted as soon as they are brought
home during this early spring which
can mean taking time to dig holes
around the weather. We have these
same products available potted
almost anytime to avoid these
disadvantages. The biggest advantage
is lower price, added selection,
easy of transporting and planting.
By assuming the risk of rooting it
out yourself in early spring you can