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We’re Shipping Trees in 2019!

We will be shipping our 7-8’ trees throughout MN, ND, SD, WI, IA, IL and some cities in Nebraska, Michigan and Missouri to your target location, for very reasonable prices. You may also pick-up your trees at one of Gilby’s Read More …

New Bareroot Tree – Pick Up Spots

Pick Up Your Bareroot Trees This Spring! Choose from three convenient locations around the state to pick up your bare-root tree order from Gilby’s. Click to Order

Learn to Grow Apples – Classes

Topics & Classes David Gilbertson brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise but in a friendly down-to-earth manner that even beginners and children can understand.                     With the growth in our Read More …

Buy Bare Root Dwarf, Semi-Dwarf & Standard Trees

You can now order your Dwarf (10′), Semi-Dwarf(15′), and Standard(25′) bare-root fruit trees for Spring 2018 pickup. The sooner the better, so we can plan our inventory to suit your needs for next spring. You can look over the specifications Read More …

High Density Orchards

Minnesota Apple Growers

Learn how to incorporate dwarfing apple trees into a high density configuration in your orchard to maximize your yield. Go here to view our Powerpoint presentation, taken from  recent apple growing classes at Gilby’s. Go Here

Plan Your Autumn Now!

Check All the Great Weekends this Fall >> See All the Activities And Get Ready For…. Click Image to Download Poster!

Opening Weekend Starting Aug 24

MInnesota Harvest Season at Gilby's

Starting August 24th, Gilby’s will open for the fall harvest season! We will be open every day from 9 am – 5 pm. Come to Gilby’s this autumn to take in the best of Minnesota’s apple orchard fun. Check out Read More …

Gilby’s Fruit Tree Spray Program

North Central Minnesota Basic Apple, Pear and Plum Spray Program. Are you looking for quality fruit this year? If so, you need to start your spray program by May 1st! When we got started growing Apple trees we were in Read More …

It’s Time to Prune Your Apple Trees.

It’s that time of year again; time to prune your apple trees.  Why is pruning so important? Encouraging fruit production, air flow, and light penetration. Encouraging fruit production:  You will only get fruit on 1-3 year old wood. Air flow:  Read More …