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- Arapaho - Thornless, small seed size, erect and self-supporting, very winter hardy with a long harvest season. 1 gallon $9.99
- Chester - Thornless, most winter hardy & largest fruiting of the thornless varieties. 1 gallon $9.99
Blueberries 2 gallon $19.99 3 gallon $28.99
- Blueray - mid season; Highbush. Medium/large fruit with soft, firm skin that resists cracking and is very sweet! Nice fall foliage color.
- Brigitta - Late season. Highbush. This Australian variety yields one of the highest quality berries available. The large, light blue berries are perfectly balanced between sweet, yet slightly tart flavor with a firm, crisp texture. Brigitta blueberries store well, maintaining their texture and flavor for over a month in the refrigerator. The slightly spreading bush is a fast grower to 4-5’ tall, with deep green foliage and bronze tinted new growth.
- Duke - Early season; Medium to large, firm berries. Mildly tart flavor. Retains fresh quality longer when picked. Blooms late. Heavy consistent producer. Yellow fall foliage.
- Jersey - Late season; Highbush. Large clusters with small to medium, dark blue berries. Spicy, sweet flavor. Highly aromatic. Favorite for baking. Keeps well. Hardy, vigorous, and a heavy producer. Reliable, can fruit till frost. 7’ tall. Good for an ornamental hedge with good fall yellow leaf color.
- Patriot - Early season Highbush. Early-season. Patriot hits the mark with cold hardiness, tolerance to wet soils, and yummy berries. It grows to about 4 feet and at this height makes a great specimen in the landscape. You can enjoy the showy white blooms in the spring, the dark green summer foliage, and the fiery orange fall leaf color. But, best of all you can eat the giant, dark blue, and highly flavorful berries. For zones 3–8.
- Cocktail = Duke & Jersey together in same pot 7 gallon $49.99
- Concord - Blue-black fruit. Ripens mid-Sept. Burgundy wine. Most popular. 2 gallon $19.99
- Concord Seedless - Blue-black, ripens first part of September, great taste. 1 gallon $10.99
- Frontenac - NEW - Red wine grape, late harvest, extremely hardy & good disease resistance. 1 gallon $12.99
- Prairie Star - NEW - White wine grape, mid-season harvest, extremely winter hardy. 1 gallon $12.99
- Reliance - Pink SEEDLESS. sweet-tangy flavor; highly disease resistant; good fresh and for jelly & juice; Good keeper. 2 gallon $19.99
- American - A large shrub or small tree with multiple spreading stems that can reach 12 feet tall. Small, white flowers in summer; fruit is small, berrylike, purple to black, and very juicy. 2 gallon $19.99
- Male & Female 2 gallon $19.99
- Anne - Yellow Everbearing. Large, golden yellow berries with super-sweet flavor. Highly productive. 2 gallon $19.99
- Caroline - Red Everbearing. Large, firm fruit. Tangy flavor. Very productive with a long harvest season. Vigorous growth and high yields. 2 gallon $19.99
- Heritage - Red everbearing, moderate summer crop, then a heavy one in August to frost. Strong & productive plant, spreads fast. Excellent variety for the home gardener. 1 gallon $9.99 2 gallon $19.99
- Jewel - Black Mid season. Compact clusters of large, firm, juicy, glossy, black berries. Rich raspberry flavor. Extremely vigorous & produces heavily. Most disease resistant of all black raspberries. 2 gallon $19.99
- Latham - Red June bearing, vigorous, productive canes, excellent fruit, most popular variety. Ripens in late June, cold hardy. 1 gallon $9.99
- Logan - Black Junebearing, distinct and moderately tart flavor. A very hardy and dependable producer with high yields. 1 gallon $9.99
- Nova - Red. Early season. Medium/large size, dark red fruit. Mild flavor. Good disease resistance. High yielding, medium height canes 2 gallon $19.99
- Royalty - Purple, extra large, Summer bearing, heavy producer is hardy & has wide adaptation. 1 gallon $9.99
- Canada Red - Simmer, boil or bake the tall, plump, brilliantly red stalks—nothing fades the rich color and intense flavor! Excellent yields. 1 gallon $9.99
- All Star - (BARE-ROOT) - Junebearing Sweet, good-ol’ strawberry flavor, vigorous, hardy and easy to grow, with good disease resistance.
- Honeoye – (PLANTS) Junebearing Large, bright, firm fruit. A good variety for fresh use and freezing. Honeoye strawberries ripen early mid-season. The plants are vigorous and very productive, bearing over a longer period than most varieties. It is a very consistent producer.
- Ozark Beauty – (BARE-ROOT & PLANTS) Everbearing Large, delicious berries, sugar-sweet taste and a juicy texture. Plenty for processing but irresistible fresh from the garden. Self-pollinating.
- Cocktail - Gala, Fuji, and Yellow Delicious all budded on one tree. Enjoy apples from Summer to Fall. Apples for eating, cooking and freezing. 7 gallon - $59.99
- Gala - Early-season harvest – Tree is large, Skin is bright scarlet striped over with yellow. Flavor is semi sweet. Apple is excellent quality. Keeps very well. Self-fruitful. 5 gallon $32.99 7 gallon $39.99
- Honeycrisp - this apple is hardy and quick to bear. Ripens in early September. Honeycrisp is a popular choice for eating fresh 5 gallon $32.99 7 gallon $39.99.
- Fuji - Mid- season harvest – Tree is vigorous and very productive. The skin color is red with red blush. Crisp, juicy with flavor that is balanced between sweet and tart. Long shelf life. Requires cross-pollination. 7 gallon $39.99
- Granny Smith - Late season harvest – Large, waxy, grass-green fruit; firm and bruise resistant. Hardy, crisp, juicy, white flesh. Moderately sweet, snappy flavor. Superb eating and cooking qualities. Great for pies. Very vigorous and a heavy producer. Good keeper. Self fertile, but best with any mid-season apple variety. 5 gallon $32.99
- Jonathan - Late Season. Medium to large, almost round fruit. Highly colored in sunny climates; striped red in cool climates. Thin, tough skin. Fine, juicy flesh. Tree is a small, moderate grower that bears young, annually and heavily. Self-fertile, but crops are improved with cross pollination. 5 gallon $32.99
- NOT AVAILABLE 2013 Stayman Winesap - A large red apple that is the most popular winter keeper with a tart, rich, wine like flavor. (Pollinate with Red or Yellow Delicious, Jonathan or Early Harvest)~ 5 gallon $32.99
- Yellow Delicious - A long time favorite chosen for its sweetness and flavor. Ffruit is large and golden yellow, with flesh that is crisp and firm with delicious taste. Yellow delicious is a high quality apple good for all purposes. An excellent pollinator for any other apple tree already in your yard. Ripens Sept into Oct. 5 gallon $32.99 7 gallon $39.99
Cherry Trees NOT AVAILABLE 2013
- NOT AVAILABLE 2013 Black Tartarian - Early season harvest – Sweet cherry. Tree grows quickly and is very productive. Fruit is medium size. Skin color is bright purplish black. Cherry is firm and sweet. One of the earliest cherries. Pollinate with any sweet cherry. 5 gallon $35.99
- NOT AVAILABLE 2013 Ranier - Large, sweet, delicious yellow fruit with reddish blush. Early bearing, very productive. Resists cracking. Ripens mid season. Pollinate with Bing, Black Tartarian, Montmorency, or Stella. 5 gallon $35.99
- Belle of Georgia - Mid -late season harvest. Large, creamy white fruit with a bright red cheek. Firm, white freestone flesh tinged with red. Highly flavored. Vigorous, reliable producer. Self-fertile. Very bud hard tree (great for northern conditions) 5 gallon $32.99
- Contender - Mid-late season. Contender is very cold hardy and is tolerant to late spring frosts. Large fruit; skin is a red-orange color while the flesh is sweet, yellow and resists browning. Freestone. Consistent producer. Contender is self-pollinating, so planting another peach tree is not required. In addition to their fruit, peach trees have beautiful springtime flowering and attractive leaves making them tree in any landscape. 5 gallon $32.99
- Elberta - Mid-late season. Large, yellow fruit with a crimson blush. Juicy, yellow freestone flesh. Vigorous, compact, rapid growing tree. Self fertile. 5 gallon $32.99
- Redhaven - Mid Season. Medium, nearly fuzzless fruit; bright all over red. Firm, yellow flesh becomes freestone as it ripens. Vigorous, strong growing, self-fertile tree bears young. Abundant fruit set; requires early thinning. 5 gallon $32.99
- Keiffer - has a crisp, juicy, white flesh that has a coarse texture. It is a consistent, heavy bearer that ripens late September-October, and it is highly resistant to fire blight. Kieffer Pear is very hardy and tolerates hot climates. It is a medium to large rich-yellow pear, and since the pulp of the Keiffer pear is rather coarse and hard, it is preferable for pear preserves, and freshly cooked pear sauce. Fruit should be picked hard-ripe and allowed to reach its flavor peak stored in a cool place. Kieffer Pear trees are easy to grow, and adapt to most conditions. 5 gallon $32.99
- Moonglow - mid-season harvest. Medium to large, dull yellow fruit with pink blush. Mildly juicy, soft, white flesh with smooth texture. Excellent, mild flavor and almost no grit cells. Pollinator required. 5 gallon $32.99
- Santa Rosa - Mid Season. Japanese plum. Very large, round oval, purplish red fruit. Fragrant, fine textured, clingstone flesh, purplish near the skin, yellow streaked pink near the pit. High quality. Large vigorous, fast growing tree. Requires pollination 5 gallon $32.99
- Burbank - Mid season harvest – Tree is hardy and low growing with a flat top. Fruit is large. Skin color is red with some yellow blush. Plum is firm and juicy with excellent flavor. Good for canning or eating fresh Grows well in cold areas 5 gallon $32.99