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about us

Most of our fruit trees will be going to Plants of the Southwest, both in Santa Fe and Albuquerque. We will have a few ready here at the farm after Labor Day.

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Tooley’s Trees is a retail and wholesale nursery in Truchas, NM, on the highroad between Santa Fe and Taos, at 7,960’. Focusing on varieties that are drought tolerant and adapted to high pH, we grow species trees, shrubs, and grafted fruits. We grow our trees and shrubs in native soil in fabric bags and rootmaker pots.  Our stock is grown with organic methods and we practice holistic orchard management. It is time consuming and labor intensive, but results in healthier plants, soils, water quality and beneficial insect populations.

Watch Gordon plant a tree in our orchard!


We have many heirloom and uncommon varieties of grafted apples, apricots(sometimes), plums, pears and cherries. Some of them may be new to you but are an opportunity for you to grow varieties that have all but disappeared from our markets.  Our grafts are on rootstocks carefully selected to match climate and soil types in this area.  Our species trees and shrubs are easy to care for and will provide screening, habitat and food for wildlife and yourself.

We believe in selling small caliper trees with well-developed root systems.  The fabric root bags we plant in are key factors in building a fibrous root structure.  Smaller caliper trees establish more quickly with less transplant shock, and grow more vigorously in difficult sites than large caliper trees.

Here’s another video of our farm, made in 2020. https://www.eshaphoto.com/good-earth/tooleys-trees

We are taking a break from our work with the Quivira Coalition’s New Agrarian Program to host apprentices. Please check out their website for more information on their programs.


We are open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 8 to 5, except for July 4th weekend and Labor Day weekend when we are closed. You may email us an order or pick them out yourself. Depending on how busy it is when you get here, we may not be able to pull your order while you wait.

We have limited availability for fruit trees in September.


We will close for the winter on October 24, 2021.

Wholesale prices are reserved for nursery and landscape professionals.