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St. Lawrence Nurseries

Northern Climate Fruit and Nut Trees

Now accepting orders for 2016!

Greetings! My name is Connor Hardiman. Though Diana and Bill have commenced their much deserved retirement, I am keeping St. Lawrence Nurseries running! I have worked at the nursery for 5 years now, and I know the business quite well.  I intend to keep things running as Bill and Diana have for many years.  This first year under new management, we are selling only Apples, Bali Cherries, Black Walnuts, and Sweet Sap Silver Maples.  I want to start small, and ensure success.  However, as soon as possible, we will again be offering the wide variety of plants that the MacKentleys have for many years!

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St. Lawrence Nurseries is a small, family-run business. We've been growing and selling trees and plants for northern climates since 1981. 
Our customers are people in cold places who want to grow a few fruit trees, have a berry patch, or experiment with edible landscaping. 
Our aim is to provide plants which will bear fruit in a very cold climate, not just look pretty in someone's yard, although many of them serve both purposes. 
To this end, we strive to ship healthy, tough young plants that are well-packaged and ready to grow. We are not a landscape retailer, and we do not sell trees by their caliper measurement. We are a real nursery growing hardy young plants that can be easily and successfully dug, shipped and replanted in your yard.
I am pleased and honored to be continuing this business, and look forward to many more years of providing cold hardy trees to our customers!


St. Lawrence Nurseries
P.O. Box 957
Potsdam, NY 13676

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which promotes and sponsors educational programs for youth.