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Cameo

Price: 29.99

The Cameo apple produces raves from growers and consumers. The fruits have a red stripe over a yellow-light green undercolor. The Cameo fruit is medium to large and uniform in size. The flavor has been judged to be faintly sweet/tart with excellent eating quality. This variety is widely heralded as one of the most flavorful, crispy, and juicy apples anywhere. The Cameo matures one week before Fuji and has a long harvest and storage window.


Ginger Gold

Price: 29.99

The Ginger Gold apple is great as a snack or multi-purpose cooking and baking apple that holds its shape when cooked. The fruit is medium to large, round to oblate, and it has a smooth skin. A mature Ginger Gold is yellow with a slight red, striped blush. The fruit flesh is a white cream color and is slow to discolor or oxidize which makes this apple a natural for salads, slices and chunks or garnishes. The fruits texture is crisp and firm.


Mollies Delicious

Price: 29.99

The Mollies Delicious apple is rated one of the best yellow delicious apples on the market. Molly Delicious apples are good for fresh eating, pies, and sauces. This apple matures in mid-season and is is very productive, vigorous tree. The fruits texture is crisp and firm.


Mutsu

Price: 29.99

The Mutsu Apple has a moderately sweet flavor with firm, juicy and cramy white flesh. Its skin color is a yellowish green with an orange blush. The Mutsu apple is also known as Crispin. This apple is vigorous, fairly early, and the fruit is large and oblong shaped. It is excellent for fresh eating, sauces, pies, and baking. This apple stores and keeps well.


Dolgo

Price: 29.99

The Crabapple Dolgo produces pink buds that open to fragrant, white flowers. The glossy, dark green foliage turns yellow in the fall. Dolgo Crabapples are large and are bright red. They are excellent for jellies. This hardy tree is upright with an open habit and is very ornamental. The Dolgo is a superb apple pollinator for other apple trees.


Cresthaven

Price: 29.99

The Cresthaven Peach tree produces a very firm, highly colored red fruit. The Cresthaven peach is yellow fleshed and shows considerable red around the pit. This tree is very productive and is also a freestone. The clear, firm flesh is resistant to browning and the skin is smooth but tough.


Arkansas Black

Price: 29.99

The Arkansas Black Spur Apple is a large, late season apple fruit tree. It is a very late maturing variety grown primarily in the Southeast. The distinctive dark red skin encases a high quality fruit even where summer nights are warm. Use this apple for dessert and cooking. This is a great variety to add in a cider blend, providing a high acid, spicy flavor. They have an excellent storage life. They keep for many months. Arkansas Black blooms in mid-season and is a great pollinator for early blooming apple varieties, varieties blooming in the middle of the season, and varieties blooming late in the season.


Pink Lady-« (Cripps Pink Variety)

Price: 17.65

Pink Lady« Apple, which is also known as the Cripps Pink variety, is a new hot climate apple from Western Australia. Pink Lady is a very good apple for those of you south of the Mason-Dixon line. It is a large apple with a pink blush over a yellow undertone with no russetting. The flesh is creamy and crisp. The flesh resists browning when cut. It has a sweet-tart taste similar to, but generally rated better than Granny Smith. Pink Lady« (Cripps Pink Variety) maturity date is 10-15 days after Granny Smiths. This apple tree does not need a pollinator. Pink Lady« (Cripps Pink Variety) will not mature properly in USA in zone 5, due to low autumn temperatures.


Tomcot

Price: 29.99

The Tomcot Apricot is a very consistent and productive apricot variety. The large, orange fruit is firm and the flesh is sweet.The Tomcat Apricot will be ready for harvest, 2-3 weeks before Wenatchee and 4 days before Goldstrike and Goldbar. This fruit tree is partly self-fruitful but they will produce larger crops if cross-pollinated by another apricot. The fruit ripens in early July, 2.5 weeks before Wenatchee and 4 days before Goldstrike and Goldbar. The skin is a light-orange color and slightly glossy. A trace of blush develops on the side that is exposed to the sun. The pit is medium-large and free from the flesh.


Arctic Glo

Price: 17.65

The Arctic Glo Nectarine Tree is an exciting new sprightly-sweet, early season white-fleshed nectarine. The Arctic Glo has scored high in taste tests. The taste has a nice balance of sugar and acid which makes for a very appealing flavor. The Arctic Glo is a is a semi-freestone and is highly recommended for home orchards. The fruit is produced is medium sized with a dark red skin. Arctic Glo fruit matures about 5 days after the Redhaven Nectarine. This tree does not need a pollinator.


White Lady

Price: 29.99

The White Lady Peach Tree is among the best of the new low acid, high sugar, fresh market white peaches. The red-skinned fruits are medium to large, very firm, and is a freestone. It was one of the top scoring varieties at a blind fruit tasting event. The average fruit diameter is 2.5 to 3.0 inches. The harvest season begins in late July. Eighty to 95% of the fruit surface is covered with a dark pinkish red over a cream background.The White Lady does not need a pollinator to produce fruit.


Blakes Pride

Price: 29.99

The Blake's Pride Pear tree fruit has a sweet, rich taste and aroma, and is lovely to look at as its skin is mostly golden and light-yellow. Blake's Pride Pear is a new pear variety that offers great taste and fireblight resistance. Blake's Pride is moderate in size, averaging almost 3 inches in diameter, with a short, upright stem on the fruit. It harvests about three weeks after Bartlett and it stores very well. The tree for Blake's Pride is moderate in vigor and upright-spreading. Yield is moderate to high, with the first crop three to four years after planting. Suggested pollinators are D'Anjou or Bartlet Pear.


Superior

Price: 17.65

The Superior Plum trees is a Japanese variety selected for it's large size, vigor, and hardiness.The Superior is a good variety for cold regions. It will bear fruit early. The Superior fruit is fire red with yellow flesh, ripening the first days of August. It is a great pollinator for other Japanese plum varieties. Superior requires another Japanese plum for pollination. Wiith this plum tree, you have a tree that bears earlier and heavier than most plum trees. The fruit ripens in August-September. A good plum tree for Zone 4.


Green Gage-Bavays

Price: 29.99

The Green Gage Plum Tree, a European plum, is later blooming than Santa Rosa and other Japanese types. The Green Gage has a full-bodied flavor, smooth texture and lime-green color. The cling fruit ripens in early September. It is self-pollinating. This Plum tree is a long-time favorite for dessert, cooking, and canning. The fruit is tender and juicy. Green Gage is a relatively small tree with very good productivity.


Methley

Price: 29.99

The Methley Plum Tree produces juicy, sweet, red flesh with a mild flavor. This early variety has reddish-purple skin and blood red flesh. The Methley plum tree is very attractive in appearance and vigorous. The Methley is self-fruitful so no pollinator is needed. This early variety has red-purple skin and soft, juicy, blood-red flesh. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds and the flowers are fragrant. It is drought-tolerant and is a regular bearer.

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