The Winters Friends of the Library annual Fruit Tree Sale is held on the first Saturday in March at the parking lot on Railroad Avenue at Edwards Street. The trees available for sale may include almond, walnut, olive, apple, nectarine, plum, pluot, prune, apricot, cherry, peach, and/or pear, all donated by Sierra Gold Nursery of Yuba City, CA.
The sale starts at 9 a.m. (rain or shine) and lasts until all the trees are sold. Come early for the best selection. Members of WFoL can get in at 8:30 a.m. Not a member yet? Join at the gate!
Master Gardeners of Yolo County will be at the sale providing advice on tree selection and planting tips.
The Fruit Tree Sale is one of WFoL’s biggest fundraisers, raising around $5,000 every year. The money is used to support the Winters Community Library and pays for books and other materials, special programs, computers, and upgrades to the library.
After 20+ years we estimate there are around 10,000 trees spread out in backyards in Yolo, Solano, and nearby counties producing a bounty of fresh home-grown fruits and nuts.