Spring 2015 seasonPlease order now for delivery in spring 2015. 

How to contact us

The best way to contact us is by using the form below. Rest assured a real person will read your inquiry and reply promptly. We try to answer within 24 hours, usually sooner, 7 days a week.

We like to talk to customers but please note at busy times we give priority to inquiries using this form ahead of telephone inquiries.



Your first name:
Your last name:
Email address:
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Telephone:
Subject

If you are asking for advice about choosing fruit trees, be sure to describe the size of your planting area, which direction it faces, and how big you want the trees to become when they reach full size.
Your question

Where do you live? (optional)

Please tell us where you live, so we can take your local climate into account when we reply.
Address:
City:
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Zipcode:

Do you want to buy some trees? (optional)

Tree size:
Number of trees:

Is your question about fruit trees purchased elsewhere? (optional)

We are happy to answer questions even if we did not supply your trees (maybe you will consider us next time!) but please include the following details (if known) so we can advise you better.
Where purchased:
Variety(s):
Rootstock(s):

We may wish to send you occasional newsletters about choosing and growing fruit trees in the future. Rest assured that we will not bombard you with emails, and you can change your mind at any time. We do not sell email addresses to other organisations. Please check this box if you are happy to receive these communications from us:





Other ways to contact us

By email. Please send inquiries and photos to trees@orangepippin.com.

By phone. Call us at 607-330-6015 - we have a fruit tree expert available most mornings or you can leave a message. Please note at busy times we give priority to messages sent from the inquiry form above, or by direct email.

By post. For our postal address and company details click here. Please note that we can only reply to letters by email, so please include an email address. Please do not send fruit or leaf samples in the post as by the time they reach us we will not be able to identify them.