"If it grows in Elmore,
                 it will grow where you are"

Elmore Roots Nursery

Opening Day: Wednesday April 23rd

Nursery and Fruit Grove Displays in Scenic Elmore,Vermont

Fruit Trees and Berries

With our 30 years of testing what does well in our Northern Vermont climate (and what doesn’t), we only sell varieties that have proven themselves to do well here. We propagate many of our plants from our own orchards. We graft our fruit trees onto the hardiest rootstock known. Our trees & shrubs grow slowly and steadily, so they’ll continue to grow surely and well-balanced at your place. We know fruit trees, berries, and nut trees. Our knowledgeable crew has worked more than 100 years (combined) growing fruits and nuts in the north country. Our nursery is a certifed organic farm. Our plants are healthy and ready to grow at your place under your natural care. Our trees and shrubs know Vermont winter and they know they can come out the other side even stronger. Many of our fruit trees will grow and produce for 100+ years. You can’t get fruit that tastes this good in stores!!

How to Care for Your Plants

Learn about how we grow plants at in Elmore, VT. We have a number of informative and useful guides to growing a wide variety of the plants we sell at Elmore Roots. We want you to have success growing at your own home and hope you will find these guides helpful.

2014 Workshop Schedule

Every year we offer a variety of informative and useful workshops to teach you about how we grow plants at in Elmore, VT. Other 2014 Spring Courses will be posted at a later date.


Open Spring, Summer and Fall, 9:30-5:00

Open Sunday-Friday, Closed Saturdays

Spring Values:
Spring Value 7" – 12” blueberry bushes for $15

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Read "Effortlessly Growing Plums" by David Fried in Green Energy Times, Feb 15, 2014

Read about Elmore roots in VT Life MagazineSpring 2010 Issue

See article about us from the May 2, 2011 Times Argus

Please note: We do not ship plants, but hope you'll come visit us. We can make deliveries in the area.

We grow a lot of plants and trees on our farm. Sometimes we run out of certain varieties. Please call or email us if you are coming from a long way for a specific variety. Otherwise, we can often find a similar one to fit your needs.

We are grateful when you return pots to us (1 gallon or larger). We can reuse them many times and help the earth.



This is the new 2014 Winter Catalog