Rabbit Ridge Nursery

Rabbit Ridge Nursery
Fred Robinson
P.O. Box 913; 125 West Lisa Street
Coats, NC 27521
HARNETT County
Phone: 910 897-2639
Fax: 9106940254
Fred@RabbitRidgeNursery.com

Extraordinary Fruits For Our Part Of North Carolina

Special News
Fall and winter are the best times to plant out your fruit and nut trees. The trees and vines are dormant and resting for their spring green-up. As long as the ground can be worked, you can plant!

About US
We are a container Fruit Tree Nursery located in Coats, North Carolina, that has been in business since 1993. We pride ourselves on growing quality plants at the best possible prices.

Our plants are all true to size and are never potted up just for sales or special occasions; Nearly 90% of our Fruit Trees are sold at bearing age...no waiting: you see what you are getting! ALL our Fruit Varieties are Low Chill and are suited for many NC Gardens.

Our Products
Container grown Fruit Trees and Berries from 1 to 25 gallons: Apple,Peach,American and Japanese Persimmons,Plum, Cherry, Pear, Grape, Blueberry,Fig,Thornless Blackberry, Raspberry, Tayberry, Logan Berry, Jujube, Pecan, Walnut, Almond, Hazelnut, more. Large area of Pick Your Own Berries and Muscadine Grapes We also carry a quality inventory of Tropicals, including several cultivars of Lemon, Lime and Mandarin Orange, including a selection already potted in attractive clay planters- you just have to add water and sunshine!

Directions
Highway 55 or Highway 27 to Coats, NC. Nursery is located at 125 West Lisa Street, directly behind Destiny Lodge (Formerly the Coats Town Hall).

Hours of Operation
Year 'Round, specifically Monday through Friday, 8:00am until 4:00pm Saturday 8:00am until 12:00pm Closed on Sundays, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Open other times by special appointment

Web Site
www.RabbitRidgeNursery.com

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