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Nurseries

Crop cultivars:


About the guide

This two-part nursery guide for berry growers cross references scores of cultivars with the nurseries that sell them.

The nurseries page has an alphabetized listing of businesses throughout the United States and Canada that have requested inclusion in our listing. If you are a nursery that sells berry crops, see below to find out how to be included on this list.

No endorsement is intended for those nurseries included in the list, nor discrimination for those not listed. The buyer must evaluate nursery quality and reputation through independent means.

Cultivar pages for each crop (see menu in right column) list specific cultivars followed by the nurseries that sell them.

For advice on cultivars best-suited for your area and needs visit Cornell’s cultivar review pages (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries or currants and gooseberries) or contact your local office of Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Not finding what you need?

More information about nurseries that sell particular cultivars can be found in the Fruit, Berry and Nut Inventory (Fourth Edition) by Kent Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange. This 520-page comprehensive “catalog of catalogs”  is available through booksellers (i.e. Amazon.com and others) and contains 75 sections divided by fruit type, source information for obtaining the catalogs of 280 mail-order nursery companies, and nearly 6,000 cultivar descriptions keyed to suppliers. Everything commercially available can be scanned to locate desired cultivars.

How may my nursery be listed?

Contact us  and we’ll add you to or update your entry for the Nursery Guide for Berry and Small Fruit Crops.

Please provide the following information:

  • Nursery Name
  • Website Address
  • Email Address
  • Mail Address
  • Fax
  • Phone
  • Cultivars you currently sell
  • Cultivars you are not selling this year but sold last year

In addition, we would be glad to receive your catalog each year. Mail or email the information with an attention or subject line “Berry Nursery Guide” to:

Craig Cramer
Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
School of Integrated Plant Science, Horticulture Section
135 Plant Science Building
Ithaca, NY 14853
cdc25@cornell.edu

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