Fruit Trees & Berry Plants
Warranty: If your trees or berries do not break dormancy or die shortly after breaking dormancy (prior to July 1st), through no fault of your own*, we will replace it free of charge. Note: You must notify us prior to July 1st via phone, e-mail or at our office. Photos of plant or dead plant
June bearer - Cavendish produces high yields of large, firm, bright red berries with outstanding flavor. June bearing.Plants are disease resistant and hardy. Actually ripens in mid May. Sold in bundles of 10, limt 10 bundles.
Large berries have excellent flavor. Plants are upright, vigorous and hardy. The earliest blackberry that ripens in mid June to early July. Needs well-drained soil. Limit 10 Plants.
Starts bearing in August and continues until frost. Very productive and hardy with good flavor and berry size. Easy to grow and easy to prune. Needs well drained soil.
Listed in order of ripening. Trees need another variety (pollinizer) to ensure pollination.
(Mid-late season flowering) On M.7 semi-dwarf rootstock 12-15’ - The BEST early season apple, ripening from early to mid July. Fruits ripen golden sometimes with a pink blush and are crisp and tart with a mild sweetness. Tree is a heavy bearer, and will need early thinning. Tree is immune to apple scab, has good resistance to cedar apple rust, and has some resistance to powdery mildew and fire-blight.
Early-mid season flowering - On M.7 semi-dwarf rootstock 12-15’ - Liberty is very similar to appearance to McIntosh, but its flavor is a bit more tart and its flesh is crisper. It has a wonderful flavor all its own. It is a good dependable choice because it is highly productive, an excellent pollinizer, keeps well and is resistant to all the major apple diseases. It ripens early September.
(Early-mid season flowering) On M.111 semi-standard rootstock 18-20’ - Triumph is a new apple variety out of the University of Minnesota. It is a cross between the ever-popular Honeycrisp and the disease resistant Liberty. Fruit ripens red, crisp, and tart in mid-late September. Variety is resistant to apple scab, and has good resistance to fire-blight. On larger growing rootstock so provide more space when planting.
Mid-late season flowering - On M.7 semi-dwarf rootstock 12-15’ - A glossy red apple with an excellent spritely flavor that improves with storage. The tree is productive, vigorous and spreading. Fruit ripens late September-early October. It is an excellent keeper and is immune to scab and resistant to fire blight, cedar apple rust and powdery mildew.
Mid season flowering - On G.890 semi-dwarf rootstock 10-13’ - A pale yellow apple with a pink blush and a juicy, sweet sub-acid flavor. Fruit ripens in early to mid October. Immune to apple scab and highly resistant to fire-blight and cedar apple rust with moderate resistance to powdery mildew.
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On Krymsk 5, semi-standard rootstock, 15-18’ - Large fruits ripen to a deep red-purple skin and golden flesh in mid June. Fruit is firm and has good crack resistance.
On Mahaleb semi-standard rootstock, 15-18’ - Fruits are large with deep reddish purple skin and flesh. Fruit starts ripening in early June and will sweeten on the tree. Great for fresh eating, dehydrated, or for its purple juice.
Listed in order of ripening. Trees need another variety of Asian or European pear (pollinizer) to ensure pollination.
Self-fertile - On Mahaleb rootstock - (10-12’)An old standard pie cherry (tart) variety with bright red skin on yellow fruit and clear juice. The Montmorency is upright, vigorous and a heavy producer. This cultivar is more productive than others and the fruit has a long ripening season throughout June. Needs well drained area.
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On Betulifolia rootstock 15-18’ - "Yoinashi" is said to mean ‘Good Pear’ in Japanese. This round brown skinned fruit is crisp, juicy and aromatic. It sets a heavy crop of small to medium 5-10 oz fruits in mid to late August. Good fire-blight resistance.
On Calleryana rootstock 15-18’ - Fruit is medium to large (10-16 oz.) with a brown to golden brown russet color. Flesh is yellowish white with a good juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens in early September, 1-2 weeks after Yoinashi. Stores 3 to 4 months. Good fire-blight resistance.
On Betulifolia rootstock 15-18’ - Fruit is medium to large (12-16oz.) with a brown to golden brown russet color. Flesh is yellowish white with a good juicy, sweet flavor. Ripens in late September. Stores 3 to 4 months.
Listed in order of ripening. Trees need another variety (pollinizer) to ensure pollination unless noted.
OHxF333 rootstock 12-15' This is the first pear variety to ripen in our area in mid-late July. 6-9 oz fruits should be harvested as they turn a light green. This variety is very precocious and tolerant of fire-blight.
Available on OHxF333 rootstock 12-15’ - Aromatic, juicy fruit that melts in your mouth. Yellow to golden skin. Resistant to fireblight. Ripens early-mid August. Excellent keeping variety when refrigerated.
OHxF333 rootstock 12-15' - This pear was released by USDA in 1993; from the Moonglow X Anjou cross. The highest quality fireblight resistant variety available. The flavor is similar to Anjou, ripening to a light green in late August. Very uniform growing tree. Two month storage when refrigerated.
Listed in order of ripening. All peaches are self-fertile.
Lovell Rootstock 15-20’ - Very early yellow flesh peach ripening from mid June to early July. Blossoms are very forst tolerant. Firm and semi-freestone fruits are small to medium sized at 4-7 ounces Bacterial spot resistant.
Citation Rootstock 10-15’ - This hardy, late-blooming peach escapes late spring frosts. Beautiful, large freestone fruit is firm, sweet and delicious. Good for fresh use, freezing or for pies. Good resistance to bacterial spot. Ripens in late July.
Also known as Chinese Dates, Jujubes are low maintenance and high in vitamin C. Harvest by shaking from the tree. Need both varieties below to ensure pollination.
Needs pollinizer: 20-25’ tall, 12-15’ wide - The 1” long pear-shaped fruit ripens to a mahogany color in early-mid September. Fruits are crisp like an apple and sweet like sugar. Good for dehydrating or fresh eating.
Needs pollinizer: 15-20’ tall, 15-20’ wide - This is a large fruited jujube that grows in our area. The fruits are 2” round and are ripe in the light green to mottled mahogany, or full mahogany color in mid September-early October. Good for fresh eating