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  • Crisp and snappy!
  • Fruit is delectably sweet-tart, making it a great fresh-eating apple
  • It cooks and stores well: your go-to cooking and canning apple
  • Hangs well on the tree late into the season
  • Ripens in early October

  • Sweet taste
  • Firm texture
  • Full sun
  • Ripens late Sept.
  • Medium to large size fruit


 

  • Magestic shade tree
  • Produces edible walnuts
  • Self-fertile, but planting 2 trees is suggested
  • Fast grower in a variety of well-drained soils
  • Full sun
  • Maturity: Height and spread of 60'

  • Sweet Juicy Fruit
  • Vigorous Growth 
  • Little Pruning
  • Full sun
  • Fruits in 3-5 years
  • Semi-dwarf 12'-18' in height

  • Fast grower
  • Rich, well-drained soil
  • Sheltered protection
  • Creamy, white blooms in spring
  • Foliage turns yellow in the fall
  • Large, red-tinted yellow fruits with tasty, white flesh
  • Plant with another pear variety to get fruit
  • Fruits in 3-5 years
  • Perfect to eat fresh, cooked or in preserves

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • White blooms
  • Sweet, medium to large-sized fruit
  • Swwet like a pear, crisp like an apple
  • Self-pollinating, but higher yields with another variety nearby
  • Fruits in 4-6 years

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Bears fruit at a young age
  • Hardy & blight-resistant
  • Golden skin with delicious white flesh
  • Ripens in October and stores well
  • Grows approx. 8'-10' tall
  • Needs another variety for a pollinator

  • European pear variety
  • Red-wine skin
  • Sweet flavor
  • Excellent fresh or for canning
  • Ripens in early September
  • Self-pollinating, but benefits from nearby pear pollinators

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • White blooms in spring
  • Green fruit begins ripening in September
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Fruits in 3 years
  • Extremely sweet and aromatic fruit
  • Small, brownish-yellow fruits with a russet-red blush
  • Slow-growing, productive, semi-dwarf
  • Moderate resistance to Fire Blight

  • Self-fruitful
  • Late season bloom
  • August harvest
  • Oval-shaped fruit with purplish-black skin and yellow flesh
  • Eat fresh, or use for canning or drying

  • Vigorous, Prolific fruiters
  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • 10'-15' tall, 15'-20' wide at maturity

  • Hardy, vigorous, mid-season plum
  • Oblong shape, freestone flesh
  • Great for eating fresh, or for preserving
  • Yellow-green flesh turns a rich wine color when cooked
  • Self-fertile tree, but higher yield with nearby pollinators
  • Full sun, well-drained soil
  • Blooms in March
  • Bears 3-6 yrs. after planting
  • 10'-12' in height at maturity
  • Fruit ripens in June to early August

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Pollinator needed
  • Bears in 3-6 yrs.
  • Large, baseball-sized purple fruits have dark-red flesh
  • Firm texture, juicy taste
  • Good for eating fresh or canning
  • Freestone, ripens in September

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Known as the 'queen of plums' for its delicious flavor
  • Medium to large purple-red fruit with yellow tinged pink juicy, tangy flesh
  • Early to mid-season, ripes June/July
  • Japanese variety; used to make blush wine in Japan
  • Self-fertile, but high yields with pollinators

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Pollinator needed
  • Medium, yellow-green fruit
  • Firm texture, sweet taste
  • Bears in 3-6 years
  • Ripens in late July
  • A heavy bearer with clusters of plums all throughout tree
  • Clingstone-type plums
  • Heat tolerant
  • Grows 8'-10' tall and wide

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Medium growth rate
  • Showy 1" blossoms in May
  • Medium to large oval, dark blue, freestone fruit
  • Self-pollinating
  • 15'-18' tall and wide at maturity
  • Bears fruit in September

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Medium growth rate
  • Pinkish white blooms in spring
  • Large deep yellow, orange blushed, sweet, juicy fruit
  • Good for eating fresh, canning, and freezing
  • Grows 12'-15' in maturity
  • Ripens in June to early July
  • Needs pollinator

  • Full sun
  • Widely adaptable to different soils
  • 25'-30' at maturity
  • Can be mainttained at any height with pruning
  • Bears in 3-5 years
  • Best cherry for making cherry pies
  • Snow-white blossoms in spring
  • Juicy, tart, amber-fleshed, red cherries appear in July
  • Self-fertile
  • Heavy bearing, winter hardy

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Bears in 3-5 years
  • Heavy producer
  • Fruit ripens in June
  • Cold hardy; self-pollinating

  • Full sun
  • Needs regular watering, more during extreme heat
  • Moderate grower
  • Reaches 20'-25' or can be pruned to desired height
  • Showy, pink blossoms in spring
  • Fruit ripens mid to late July
  • Large freestone fruit has red skin with bright yellow, firm flesh
  • Attracts butterflies and birds

  • Full sun
  • Self-fertile
  • Productive, early to bear
  • Red freestone fruit have firm, very sweet & juicy flesh
  • Store and keep well
  • Thin early and aggressively for good size
  • Good for cooking, canning, and freezing

  • Full to partial sun
  • Purplish-pink blossoms in spring
  • Yellow with crimson blush freestone fruit
  • Yellow, orange, red tree foliage in fall
  • Heavy producer
  • Peaches soften as they ripen, so the juicy flesh is 'melt in your mouth' delicious
  • Reaches approx. 10' tall and wide

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Medium to large, sweet, juicy red fruit
  • Pink-white blooms in spring
  • Fruit ripens in August
  • Bears in 2-4 years
  • Vigorous grower, excellent producer of abundant crops
  • Eat fresh or preserve
  • Self-pollinating

  • Full sun
  • Loamy, well-drained soil
  • Medium grower
  • Self-fertile
  • Firm, sweet, juicy, yellow freestone fruit
  • Excellent for eating fresh
  • Ripens late June to early July
  • Grows 10' tall and wide in maturity