Fruit Trees

OCTOBER SALE Dormant Fruit Tree and Shrub Pruning Services

Book an appointment by November 1st to receive a 10% discount on dormant fruit tree and shrub pruning services scheduled for January and February 2017.

Dormancy is a key time to take steps to prevent disease, kill over-wintering insects and their eggs, and give your trees the necessary nutrients for the coming fruit season.

Call (510) 632-1522 or email us make an appointment. Don’t wait! Services must be booked prior to November 1st to receive 10% savings.

apricot trees, the evergreen nurseryIf you want to create or enhance your edible garden, then fruit trees are a great way to go.

We have a large range of all the popular varieties as well as many lesser known flavors, ranging from simple apple trees, through espaliered trees and multi fruit varieties.

We purchase the majority of our assortment from well-known Californian growers such as Dave Wilson and L.E. Cooke.




  • Anders
  • Anna   
  • Beverly Hills
  • Fuji
  • Gala   
  • Golden Delicious
  • Gravenstein
  • Honey Crisp                                         
  • Red Delicious
  • 3n1
  • 4n1                                                                  
  • 6n1 Espal.


  • Blenheim
  • Katy


  • Bing
  • Black Tartarian
  • Craigs Crimson
  • Lapins
  • Ranier
  • Stella
  • 3n1
  • 4n1


  • Babcock
  • Bonanza
  • Donut
  • Donut Stark Saturn
  • Early Elberta
  • Frost
  • O’Henry
  • Peachy Keen
  • Santa Barbara
  • So. Flame


  • 20th Century
  • Barlett
  • Buerre D’Anjou
  • Monterey
  • Warren
  • 4n1 Asian
  • 6n1 Espal.


  • Fuyu
  • Fruit Salad
  • Hachiya


  • Burgundy
  • Golden Nectar
  • Green Gage
  • Santa Rosa
  • Stanley Prune


  • Dapple Dandy
  • Flavor Grenade
  • Flavor King


  • Arctic Star
  • Double Delight
  • Goldmine
  • NectaZee
  • Sno-Queen


  • Honey Jar
  • Lang
  • Shanxi Li
  • Sugar Cane


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Recipe from the Garden: Country Pear Cake

Fruit trees give us such wonderful opportunities for baking. The abundance of pears often leave folks stumped on what to do with them all. Pears are delicious by themselves, but they don’t keep like apples, so the challenge is to use them. The following cake... read more