At Wells Medina Nursery, we know that there are few things more satisfying than enjoying garden-fresh produce. From warm, vine-fresh strawberries to cool, crisp apples, we strive to provide a quality selection of exotic and native fruits and vegetables that will be productive in the Pacific Northwest.

The following are examples of plants in our edibles selection. This does not necessarily reflect our current stock. Please call ahead to confirm availability.

Herbs and Veggies

With summer in full swing, it's time to sew crops that can be harvested in fall and winter. The following vegetables and herbs are crops recommended by The Maritime Northwest Garden Guide for mid-summer planting. Avoid planting the same crop over and over, as this can lead to nutrient deficient soil and increase the risk of disease

*There is no guarantee that we have these plants in stock.*

In the first half of July, sew Carrots, Fennel, Parsley, Green/Pearl Onions, Broccoli, Portugese Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kale, European/Diakon Radish. Rutabaga, Turnips, Escarole, Radicchio, Beets, Swiss Chard, Snap Peas and Snow Peas.

In late July, sew Chinese Cabbage, Collards, Kohlrahbi, European/Diakon Radishes, Turnips, Pac Choi, Chicory, Endive, Escarole, Lettuce and Spinach.


Fruit Trees

Come in early to enjoy the season's best selection of fruit trees!

Do you favor Malus 'Northpole' apples? We carry a wide variety of apple, pear, and plum trees. And even if you have a hard time choosing one favorite fruit variety, you'll find satisfaction selecting fruit trees that are 3-way combinations! Oh, the possibilities!

Feel free to call the store to check if your favorite variety is waiting for YOU!

Click here to read our blog about maximizing your fruit harvest.

Malus 'Goldrush' Apple

Small Fruits

Vitis 'Gewurztraminer 04' Wine Grape

Citrus - Varieties including Meyer Improved lemon, Thai lime, Yuzu inchandrin Lemon-Lime and Kumquats

Olives - Varieties including Arbequina, Universal, Black Pearl, Star of Crimea and Leccino

Figs - Desert King, Lattarula, Olympian, Vern's Brown Turkey

Grapes - Glenora, Canadice, Black Monukka, Flame Seedless and Suffolk Red

Male/Female Kiwis, Pomegranite, Sechuan Pepper, Pineapple Guava and Boseong Tea Camellias



Yellow and Red Gooseberries

Black and White Currants

Golden and Black Elderberries

Evergreen and Deciduous Blueberries

Blackberries and Raspberries

Everbearing, spring fruiting and fall fruiting Strawberries.

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Blueray' Northern Highbush Blueberry

Having success growing your own food? Share your triumphs, gardening tips and recipes with us in the comment section below or post pictures on social media using the hashtag #WellsintheWild.

17 thoughts on “Edibles

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    CRAIG D SPIEZLE - April 10, 2020

    Checking to see if you have any cheery tomato plants (or any small tomato plants)

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      Kim Anderson - April 10, 2020


      Thanks for asking about my passion, home-grown tomatoes! Note that tomatoes require warmth, specifically night temperatures above 50 degrees. Around the Seattle area this temperature occurs in the middle of May. To assist customers, we are growing beautiful tomato plants in our greenhouse right now. They will be available as plants in gallon-sized containers for purchase at our Tomato Tip-off on March 16th. There will be many old favorites like Sungold and some amazing unique varieties including a French heirloom and an award winner by the name of “Piglet Willey.” It is an event you will love! If you have more tomato questions, feel free to call me at Wells Medina!

      Tomato Lover

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    Darcie - April 20, 2020

    Are you all sold out of your tomato plants? I didn’t see any when I was there on Thursday. If not, when will you get more in? And, do you have any currant tomatoes this year?
    Thank you,

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      Kim Anderson - April 20, 2020


      I always love inquiries about tomatoes – my favorite vegetable to grow! Be assured, our tomato plants are growing nicely in our greenhouse. We bring the tomato plants from the green house when night temperatures are above 50° as tomato plants are stifled by cool nights. Our varied, beautiful tomato plants will have a mid-May arrival at the nursery. We’ll have large quantities of unique tomato plants – even some rare finds! We’ll be posting our 2020 list of tomatoes soon!

      Kim, Lover of Homegrown Tomatoes

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      Kim Anderson - April 24, 2020

      The currant tomato I am excited to try this year is called ‘Petit Moineau’ or ‘Little Sparrow.” It is know for being a prolific producer of delicious sweet tomatoes. It is growing in our greenhouse and will be available for sale on Saturday, May 16th.

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    Alexander Hoag - April 23, 2020


    Will you have Chocolate Sprinkle tomatoes for sale anytime soon?

    Alex, Lover of a great cherry tomato

    1. Reply
      Kim Anderson - April 24, 2020

      Alexander, Yes! We are growing these unique tomatoes in our greenhouse. They will be available for you in the nursery on May 16th. Tomatoes are best to plant after the last frost! Grow TOMATOES!

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    Sam Stein - May 1, 2020


    Are Yuzu trees available right now? I’m looking for one that’s large enough to plant outside right away and would hopefully bear fruit this coming season.

    Thank you,

    1. Reply
      Kim Anderson - May 7, 2020

      We carried Citrus junos ‘Yuzu inchandrin’ Lemon-Lime 1G, but it sold out!

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    Elisabeth - May 8, 2020


    I’m curious if you sell mint plants and if so, is there any available this time of year?

    Thank you!

    1. Reply
      Kim Anderson - May 12, 2020

      We sell many types of culinary mint. A few of my favorites are Kentucky Colonel Mint and Moroccan Mint. One that I am going to try this season is Mint Julep. Come and see which mint calls to you!

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    Bruce - May 14, 2020


    Do you have lemon trees in stock?

    Thank you!

    1. Reply
      Kim Anderson - May 14, 2020


      Although we don’t have a large selection of citrus, we do have Thai Lime, Kishu Mandarin, and Improved Meyer Lemon.

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    Burgi - May 14, 2020

    Love your place and thank you for all the info. (I think you mean “sow” but not “sew” which is fabric..)

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      Kim Anderson - May 14, 2020

      Thank you! We “SOW” appreciate your feedback!

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    Sharon Bowler - June 11, 2020

    Hi, I bought a cucumber start from you and now it has angular leaf spot. I’m so disappointed!
    I have a couple questions: Is it too late to pull it out and start again? If not, can I put the new one in the same spot? And, do you offer any guarantee?


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      Kim Anderson - June 12, 2020

      The extreme rain and humidity has done quite a job on our “CUKES” as you have witnessed. Pull the plants and do not place a plant of the same family in that area as crop rotation is requisite. Feel free to call and talk with me prior to your return to the nursery as we are waiting for cucumber starts.


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