Bedding Plants, Trees, Shrubs Producers

    Ali's Organics & Garden Supply
    241 north 380 west
    La Verkin, UT 84745
    Ali Reynolds
    435200
    grow@alisorganics.com
    http://alisorganics.com

    We offer locally grown, all organic vegetable and flowers starts. Seasonally we sell organic fruit and vegetables from our organic orchard and garden.
    Baer's Homegrown Produce
    440 E Johnson Drive
    Kanab, UT 84741
    435 644-8103
    baersden@kanab.net

    I grow 2 large gardens in Kanab and Deer Springs. I sell produce at local farmers markets.
    Ck Farms Inc.
    383 South 500 East
    American Fork, UT 84003
    Lee Larson
    801 756-7230
    ckfarmsinc@gmail.com

    Retail and Wholesale Grower. Retail: Bedding Plants, Trees, Shrubs. Seeds: Flowering and Vegetable. Seasonal Produce: Fruit and Vegetables. Wholesale: Annual and Perennial Bedding Plants. Seasonal Produce: Fruit and Vegetables.
    Mololo Gardens
    Mele Tua'one
    801 366-6000
    pdkingfish2000@gmail.com
    http://facebook.com/molologardens

    We are a family owned organically operated farm, greenhouse and retail store, specializing in a large variety of flavors and colors of produce. Look for us at the following farmers markets: Downtown Salt Lake City, Sugar House, Wheeler Farm, and Kaysville (USU Botanical Center).
    https://slcfarmersmarket.org/
    http://www.sugarhousefarmersmarket.com/
    http://www.wheelerfarm.com/whatToDo/farmersMarket.html
    http://usubotanicalcenter.org/htm/farmers-market
    Produce Landing
    400 N US Highway 89/91
    Wellsville, UT 84339
    Steve Kyriopoulos
    435 760-5100
    steve@gwpark.com

    Peppers. Wide variety many suited best for roasting. Many Many Peppers.
    Zollinger Fruit and Tree Farm
    1000 River Heights Blvd.
    Logan, UT 84321
    Ron Zollinger
    435 752-7810
    zfandtf@gmail.com
    http://www.zollingerfarm.com

    This farm has been owned and operated by the Zollinger family for over 100 years. William Zollinger purchased the land in 1904 and planted one of the first commercial fruit orchards in Cache Valley. Since that time it has grown to be the largest horticulture business in Cache County,(Now known as Zollinger fruit and Tree Farm.) The diversity of products has grown to include over 80 varieties of ornamental and fruit trees as well as a wide variety of shrubs and perennials. In the fall, apples are still harvested and sold to a local fresh market. Many of the 13 apple varieties are blended to make the Apple Cider which the Zollinger family is so well known for.