The nurseries listed below are of particular interest to fruit growers, and some offer discounts to CRFG members. Feel free to stop by during business hours and look around!

NurseryType of PlantsContact InfoHoursDiscount
Capitol Wholesale NurseryA wholesale, Green Business that is also open to the general public. It is concerned with sustainability, and has a large list of plants with many drought tolerant and native items, as well as knowledgeable staff to assist with choices and troubleshooting. Supplies include planting mixes, organic compost and fertilizers, mycorrhizal soil inoculants, tree stakes, ties and root barriers. The website has links to useful area programs and events.2938 Everdale Dr.
San Jose, CA 95148
Carman's NurseryCarman's Nursery is a small, family owned nursery established in 1937. Third generation owner Nancy Schramm continues to grow the rare and unusual plants her father, Ed Carman, was known for. Edibles usually available include fig (40+ varieties), caper, mulberry and grape plus a few less common herbs and perennial vegetables. Ornamental specialties include bonsai starters, rock garden plants and small scale plants suitable for garden railroads and miniature gardens. We do most of our own propagation, from divisions and cuttings to seeds.8470 Pharmer Rd.
Gilroy, CA 95020
God's Little Acres NurseryDensely packed with good size fruit trees, but also offering nuts and ornamentals. Selection often includes some difficult-to-find varieties, multi-graft plants and exotic, tropical and imported varieties. They have a certified arborist and offer planting, pruning and other services. Special supplies include insect and vermin traps.19810 Almaden Rd.
San Jose, CA 95120
10% to FOF guests
Sierra Azul Nursery and GardensSierra Azul specializes in plants from the 5 mediterranean climates around the world. Unique about this nursery are the accompaning 2 acres of demo gardens and interesting sculptures where visitors can see what the full grown plants will look like in the landscape. They specialize in mound plantings. They do sell fruit trees as well, though generally not exotics - unless they come from one of the mediterranean areas. Because they are located in Watsonville - over the hill from the Santa Clara Valley - they are often cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter than other places on the tours. 2660 E Lake Ave, Watsonville, CA 950769–5:30
Summerwinds Nursery CupertinoCovered walkways, artistic vignettes and a top-notch gift shop make our Cupertino location a favorite destination for Saratoga, Los Gatos and West San José neighbors as well. Our Cupertino location originally opened in 1978 under the Woolworth Nurseries® banner; it became SummerWinds Nursery in 2002. This location recently hosted the Garden Centers of America Tour, where it wowed our guests. Its inspiring Custom Creations area features exquisite containers specially planted for customers. Additional highlights include a spectacular selection of Japanese Maples and colorful walkway displays that guide shoppers through an array of thoughtfully arranged plant tables, pottery and garden art.1491 S. De Anza Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014
8:30–6 Daily
YamagamiBeautiful nursery celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018. Its focus is on high quality plant materials, support and advice. A good place to find or order heritage and new varieties that are not often available and, increasingly, sub-tropical, tropical and other non-traditional fruit trees and other plants. They also offer very useful events and printed materials, such as monthly planners and guides covering everything from specific fruits, to cultural practices and gardening categories (vegetables, flowers, etc).1361 S De Anza Boulevard
Cupertino, CA 95014
1361 S. De Anza Blvd., Cupertino, CA 950149–6
20% to FOF guests