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We're open Wednesday through Sunday, 9:05-5:08 EST
30 Saint Frances St. Crawfordville, FL (850) 926-5644
Fall 2013-Spring 2014 shipping.
For all our local customers (and anyone willing to make the trip & save money!) we have our Pickup at Nursery Price List available.
We've updated our web site so we can present more of the ornamental plants we love to collect. To check out the more than 175 kinds of fruit we stock, go to the Fruit Home page (CLICK HERE) for a complete list. For a taste of our rare and unique ornamental collections, check out the Ornamental Home page (CLICK HERE). Check back, as we'll be adding new collections as we are have the time. And of course, both our fruit and ornamentals are available at our retail nursury.
Just in case you didn't know, in addition to being a mail order nursery, Just Fruits and Exotics is also a great destination nursery, complete with 1 1/2 acres of interesting gardens filled with funky combinations of fruit trees and exotic ornamentals. There are lots of interesting signs to read along the way.
We take great pride in our mail order business and always ship the same trees that you could buy at our retail nursery. However, we strongly encourage you to come visit us at our retail nursery to make your selections. You save yourself the shipping and handling charges and avoid possible damage from the mail order process. You also get to pick your own trees and we'll teach you to prune them in person. You'll also save money another way. Mail order costs us much more than selling retail (imagine phone bills, labor, billing and inventory costs), so our mail order plants cost 25-33% more than the exact same plant from the retail nursery. Besides, we'd like to meet our customers and make sure they're happy with their plants.
We’re open Wednesday through Sunday, 9:05-5:08. We're always closed between Christmas and New Year's and on Thanksgiving Day, Easter Sunday, and 4th of July. If you are traveling a long ways, or are with a tour group, garden club or other organization, be sure to call ahead. We’d love to make your experience a good one. If your interest lies in how your fruit tree was created, be sure to take a guided tour of our growing field.
How to get here...
Located in the sunny Panhandle of North Florida near the sweet warm
shores of the Gulf of Mexico, this area offers much for the traveling
gardener. We are located 19 miles south of Tallahassee, just off US Highway 98, 1 mile east of the
intersection with US Highway 319 (South of Crawfordville center and actually in the village
Wakulla Springs State Park: World’s deepest fresh-water springs. See Old Florida as it was meant to be seen. Elegant, restored lodge, beautiful river cruises and of course, the world-famous glass bottom boats. Great place for birding and observing wildlife. Awesome!
Apalachicola: Old historical seaport town located 90 miles southwest of Tallahassee. Beautifully restored historical homes and churches, great shopping and a wonderful small-town atmosphere.
St. George Island: Consistently voted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the U.S. A great place to get away from it all. 9 miles of unspoiled state park beaches, lots of rentals, restaurants and local color.
George Griffin’s Pottery: Located in beautiful Sopchoppy. Awesome, original, ceramic creations sure to delight you!
St. Joseph State Park: Another top ten beach in the U.S. Sugary, white sandy beaches and the blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Can’t beat it for beautiful beaches.
Gulf Specimen Lab: Enter the world of marine life. Tanks of native underwater species that you can touch! Great place for you and your kids to learn about the local ecosystem.
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge: If you like to look at awesome birds, this is the place, with a 68,000 acre migratory stopover for just about any bird you can imagine. Plus a great old lighthouse built in 1831. Be prepared to see alligators, bobcats, eagles, red cockaded woodpeckers, woodstorks and many more cool species, all in their native habitat. Bring your binoculars!