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Malus domestica 'Braeburn'

Malus domestica 'Braeburn'

Common Name: Braeburn Apple

A semi-dwarf variety, the Braeburn is fairly easy to grow and produces heavily at a young age. This apple is firm to the touch with red-orange vertical stripes against a yellow-green body.  Best eaten slightly cooled to bring out the sharp refreshing flavor that has a good balance of tartness and sweetness.  Good cooking apple as it holds it shape, also producing a lot of liquid making it ideal for tarts. Stores well when kept chilled.  Pollinates with Fugi.  We offer Braeburn 1"+ caliper plus in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Fuji'

Malus domestica 'Fuji'

Common Name: Fuji Apple

White buds open to white flowers in mid April followed by medium sized reddish-green fruit in late September and October. Crunchy and full of flavor, the Fuji has become one of American's favorite eating apples since it was introduced in the 1960s.  Pollinates well with Granny Smith or Yellow Delicious.

We offer Fuji 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Gala'

Malus domestica 'Gala'

Common Name: Gala Apple

Light pink buds open to pink and white blooms in April.  Beginning in August nice crisp, firm and sweet fruit begin to ripen and continues through the fall. One of the country’s most popular apples.  Fruit can be stored for up to 6 months.  Very adaptable and easy to grow, maintains its oval shape as it matures.  A very reliable pollinizer for other apples blooming at the same time.  Pollinates with Yellow Delicious.

We offer Gala 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Liberty'

Malus domestica 'Liberty'

Common Name: Liberty Apple

The Liberty Apple has a late-harvest season. The skin color is red and the flesh is crisp and juicy with a somewhat tart taste. Good for fresh eating, fried apples, compotes....holds its shape well being cooked. This apple does require two pollination partners that cross-pollinate each other as well as the Liberty. Pollinators include: Jonathan, Yellow Delicious, Cortland, Freedom, Golden Delicious, and Red McIntosh

We offer the Liberty Apple in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Red Delicious'

Malus domestica 'Red Delicious'

Common Name: Red Delicious Apple

Pink blooms fade to white on Americans favorite snacking apple in late spring. Beginning in September and into October the red crisp, fine textured mildly sweet fruit begin to ripen. Adapts to many soil conditions, this is an easy tree to grow. Pollinates with Cortland, Granny Smith or Yellow Delicious.

We offer Red Delicious 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Malus domestica 'Yellow Delicious'

Malus domestica 'Yellow Delicious'

Common Name: Yellow Delicious Apple

Pink buds open to white flowers in the spring and by September and October the golden yellow skin fruit begins to ripen.  Sweet, full of flavor eaten fresh and in desserts. Excellent pollinator for other apples trees blooming at the same time. 

We offer Yellow Delicious 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus avium 'Bing'

Prunus avium 'Bing'

Common Name: Bing Cherry

The most popular of all the sweet cherries.  Large dark red heart-shaped fruit that is firm, sweet and very jucy.  Begin enjoying its fruit in early July.  Pollinate with Black Tartarian.

We offer Bing 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian'

Prunus avium 'Black Tartarian'

Common Name: Black Tartarian Cherry

This semi-dwarf tree has very dark purplish-red medium sized fruit that ripens early in the season. The flesh of the fruit is tender, very juicy and sweet.  Pollinates with Lapins or Bing.

We offer Black Tartarian 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus avium 'Lapins'

Prunus avium 'Lapins'

Common Name: Lapins Cherry

A semi-dwarf variety that produces huge, juicy fruit in mid to late July. One cherry is a mouthful! Firm cherries resist splitting. Self-fertile. Use as a pollinator for other varieties.

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Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'

Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'

Common Name: Montmorency Cherry

The most popular cherry for making cherry pies. Blooms in early May and ripens in early July with an abundant bounty of fruit. Full sun, adapts to a variety of soil types. The tree is self-fertile and produces large sized, dark red cherries with a good tangy flavor.

We offer Montmorency 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus domestica 'Stanley'

Prunus domestica 'Stanley'

Common Name: Stanley Prune

This semi-dwarf variety is the most popular for prune plums. The freestone, medium sized, deep purple-blue fruit ripens in midsummer and is sweet, juicy, firm, but tender. Does not require a pollinator.

We offer Stanley 1" plus caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus persica 'Elberta'

Prunus persica 'Elberta'

Common Name: Elberta peach

This dwarf peach is the most disease resistant peach tree available.  Beautiful rose-red blooms in spring with large yellow fruit in mid-August.  Eaten fresh but best known for canning.  Full to partial sun, widely adaptable to different soil types. Self-pollinating.

We offer Elberta 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus persica 'Hale Haven'

Prunus persica 'Hale Haven'

Common Name: Hale Haven peach

A firm, juicy, very sweet and richly flavored fruit that ripens in August.  Excellent eaten fresh, freezing and canning. Adapts to a variety of soil conditions, best grown in full sun. Self-pollinating.

We offer Hale Haven 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus persica 'Suncrest'

Prunus persica 'Suncrest'

Common Name: Suncrest peach

The fruit of this peach is large, round, firm and very sweet and tasty.  Harvest in mid-season, self-pollinating tree. Grows well in full sun and adapts to most soil types.

We offer Suncrest 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus salicina 'Burbank'

Prunus salicina 'Burbank'

Common Name: Burbank Plum

A semi-dwarf variety with a flat topped habit that produces an abundance of sweet and juicy fruit suitable for canning, baking, desserts or eating fresh. Will pollinate with Satsuma plum.

We offer Burbank 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Prunus salicina 'Satsuma'

Prunus salicina 'Satsuma'

Common Name: Satsuma Plum

A Japanese variety with nice dark red fruit from July to mid-August.  The flesh is firm and dark red, juicy and sweet. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, canning or preserves.  Pollinates with Burbank. 

We offer Satsuma 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Pyrus communis 'D'Anjou'

Pyrus communis 'D'Anjou'

Common Name: D'Anjou pear

Semi-dwarf variety that produces large greenish-yellow fruit with sweet, juicy, white flesh. Good for fresh eating or for cooking. Blooms in mid-April and ripen in September. Pollinator with Luscious.

We offer D'Anjou 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Pyrus communis 'Luscious'

Pyrus communis 'Luscious'

Common Name: Luscious pear

Semi-dwarf variety produce small to medium size yellow fruit with a red blush. Flesh is sweet and very juicy, a good dessert pear. Blooms in May and ripens in September.   Pollinates with D’Anjou.

We offer Luscious 1"+ caliper in a 15 gallon container.

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Vaccinium corymbosum 'Bluecrop'

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Bluecrop'

Common Name: Blueberry

This vigorous grower, brings forth perfectly white bell shaped flowers in the spring.  Abundant large light blue, sweet and firm fruit in mid July to early August.  This is the leading commercial blueberry variety in North America.  Good eaten fresh, cooking, jellies and jams and freezing.  More drought resistant and cold-hardy than most other varieties.  Dark green leaves turn a bright red in the fall followed by bright red stems in the winter. 

We offer Bluecrop 24"+ in a 5 gallon container.

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Vaccinium x 'Duke'

Vaccinium x 'Duke'

Common Name: Blueberry

Blueberry ‘Duke’ has medium to large light blue berries with a mildly sweet flavor is quite firm and retains its fresh quality longer than most berries. Duke blooms late but produces fruit in early July. The berries can be eaten fresh, good for cooking and freezing. This upright grower is one of the heaviest, most consistent producers. Fall color is yellow-orange.

We offer Duke 24"+ in a 5 gallon container.

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