Japanese clingstone red-purple fruit with red and juicy flesh. Mild, sweet taste. Heavy bearer, known for ease of growth. Ripens late May- early July.
The large deep blue freestone fruits are sweet and juicy. They are outstanding for preserves , jam, canning, and freezing.
Japanese variety. Large, dark red, juicy plum with sweet red flesh. Great to eat fresh off of the tree or in preserves. Harvest in August.
This classic purple plum has yellow green flesh. Blooms later making it less susceptible to late frost damage. Fruit is tender with high sugar content making it perfect for eating fresh, drying and baking.
Enjoy picking 4 different varieties of plum off of the same tree. An orchard in a tree and won’t take up a lot of space in your yard!
A hardy tree that is easy to grow and produces a large crop for fresh eating, fruit tarts, jams and jellies. Ripens in mid July.
Very sweet, rich flavor with tender fine textured flesh. Delicious eating fresh, baking, chutneys, and drying. Long lived
The fruit is sweet and flavorful eat it right off the tree, The Hollywood plum is colorful and juicy perfect for cooking, baking, and preserving. The dark red flesh looks gorgeous when sliced in a tart.
Famously reliable and heavy fruiting, this plum is large purple and freestone with yellow- green flesh. Great for drying, canning due to their sweet firm flesh.
Medium, large, golden yellow with red blushing. Crisp, juicy with a mild, sweet flavor. Harvest in late Aug.
Large hard pears that are great for cooking or for winter storage. They are greenish yellow with a red blush and are coarse crisp and juicy.
Red Bartlett is an improvement on an old favorite with a bright red color and higher sugar content, Great for eating fresh, canning. Beautiful on the desert plate with its red skin.
The very best red pear. Faintly russeted with sweet, spicy white flesh. Firm but tender with a buttery texture that includes a lot of juice.
An ancient cultivar. As the fruit ripens its skin changes from green to yellow with brown speckles. Crisp flesh, juicy and sweet with a hint of tartness and a distinct aroma.
The cold hardiest variety on the market. The freestone fruit is sweet and mild with a firm texture. Produces 15-30 lbs. of fruit a year.
Large, juicy, red and yellow blush. Best cold-weather peach! Fragrant pink flowers bloom later than most peach varieties. Summer – fall harvest.
Originating in Europe and showing up in America in the 1790’s. The worlds most popular pear has the classic pear shape. The fruit is good for fresh eating, canning and cooking.
This tree grown for its edible fruit which is sweet and firm textured suitable for fresh eating, cooking, baking, canning.
Unique for their color. Russeting over the skin. Firm, dense flesh that is juicy and honey-sweet. Harvest starting late Sept.
Top quality fruit is great as a snack or for freezing and canning. Large peaches are freestone with almost fuzz less skin and creamy yellow flesh.
Abundant heart shape fruit: a healthy go to snack its also suitable for canning, freezing, and drying to enjoy later. Resists cracking and moderately disease resistant.
Bright Red fruits are packed with flavor bite into one and you’ll be overwhelmed with immense sweetness . These cherries are perfect as a snack or added to any dish.
Large yellow-fleshed freestone. Sweet and tangy, that has a bit of a spicy afterbite. Mid-late season harvest. Self-fruitful
The ‘queen’ of nectarines. Yellow-fleshed freestone. Sweet, firm and very juicy. Stores well. Ripens in early Aug.
Originating in Russia introduced in the US in the late 1700’s. The sweet rich flavor is irresistible; perfect for fresh eating and juice .
These large bright red cherries are the most popular in the USA. They produce buckets of juicy fruit with a uniquely tart flavor. Perfect for your favorite recipes.
Large, golden, juicy and round, like an apple. Considered the “best tasting pear”. The flesh has a crispy texture. Harvest mid-Aug.
Enjoy picking 4 different varieties of cherries off of the same tree. An orchard in a tree and won’t take up a lot of space in your yard!
Uniform crops of huge glossy ,deep red almost black cherries. Fruit is juicy and sweet perfect for eating off the tree. Ripens in July.
Antique variety originating from Russia. Crisp light and sweet great in homemade apple sauce .
One of the best apricots .Pleasant apricot flavor with plenty of juice. Great for fresh eating, canning, and drying. Self pollinating.
Blooms later than most apricots protecting flowers from damaging frost. The bright orange fruit is large with firm flesh and a spicy sweet flavor. Self pollinating.
A longtime favorite this small to medium sized tree. Fruit is firm an aromatic, with a good sweet flavor. Perfect for eating, baking, canning or drying. Self pollinating.
Medium golden fruits, sweet and juicy with the flavor of a pear and the texture of an apple. Stores very well. Highly ornamental. Ripens Aug – Oct.
Medium dark red. Crisp and exceptionally juicy. Perfect for cider. Stores well. Soft pink blossoms. Harvest mid-late Oct.
Sweet and juicy with a hint of spice. Good for pies and salads. One of the most dependable pollinators for other varieties, self pollinating.
Large, greenish yellow, red striped apple from France. Crisp and juicy, perfect for sauce. Early season variety. Ripens late July-early Aug.
Early season with a crisp texture and a sweet, bright, tart flavor. Perfect for eating and baking. Shows resistance to Apple scab.
A self pollinator this apple will have loads of Red blushed Green and Yellow fruit that is crisp and juicy with a tart and sweet flavor and notes of honey raspberry and strawberry.
Fruit is vibrant red and peels easily the tender flesh has a sweet tart taste. Wonderful for fresh eating, sauces and cider.
Large, yellowish-green skin streaked dark red. Firm flesh, coarse, sweet and juicy. Good for baking. Ripens mid-late Oct.
Vivid green covered in a pinkish red blush. Tart, juicy and crisp with a ‘fizz-like’ burst of flavor. Pick Oct – Early Nov.
The most famous and widely planted apple. Its flavor is mild and sweet it has a long storage life. A highly productive apple.
This crisp and juicy and aromatic apple stores well, up to 12 months when refrigerated .It is quickly replacing Red Delicious in orchards
Can be eaten fresh its also an outstanding dessert apple. Holds its shape when baked and makes excellent sauces. Antique variety originates from Denmark. Pollinator required.
The firm white flesh has a tart and complex flavor. They’re perfect for baking, making cider, and eating fresh.
One of the most popular apples in the world. Well balanced between sweet and tart combined with a crisp texture make this an excellent eating apple.
Large, greenish yellow with rosy blush. Crisp, juicy, sweet-sour taste. Great for baking or cooking, sauces , preserves , and jam .Sept – Oct picking
A cross between McIntosh and Jersey Black. These medium sized fruits have a creamy white flesh that is extra sweet with a rich and mild taste with hints of berry.
The sweetest apple in the world. Great for snacking, cooking and baking. Developed in Fujisaki Japan
Crisp and snappy. Fruit is sweet/tart making it a great fresh eating apple it also cooks and stores well. Pollinator required.
Green fruit that can be eaten out of hand or cooked . The rich and tangy flavor and firm flesh are suitable for pies, tarts, applesauce and other dishes. Pollinator required.
The English consider this the premier dessert apple. Small red and yellow striped fruit. Pear, melon, fresh orange and mango flavors. Pick mid-Late Sept.
The flavor of Mcintosh with the sweetness of Delicious .Very productive the tree is resistant to fire blight and cedar apple rust. Pollinator required.
Enjoy picking 4 different varieties of apples off of the same tree. An orchard in a tree and won’t take up a lot of space in your yard!
Firm crisp and full flavored red eating apple. Scab and mildew resistant. Originates in Japan.
Deep crimson almost black fruit. Firm and crisp apples are perfect for baking and apple butter . Flavor improves after cold storage for 30days and can be stored for up to 8 months. Some resistance to scab and fire blight; very resistant to rust. Pollinator required
Medium to large, yellow with red striped fruits. Sweet and tart flavor. Harvest mid-October. Self-pollinating
Bright red with dark red streaks and sometimes a green blush. The white flesh is juicy sweet and tart. They are a cross between Mcintosh and Ben David. Pollinator required