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Fruit Trees:

  • While the type of tree is listed in alphabetical order, the varieties are listed in approximate order of ripening.
  • Where available, we try to stock semi-dwarf trees. Semi-dwarf trees grow 1/2 to 2/3 the size of standard trees. This size of tree bears a good size crop and needs less room to grow.
  • All trees are self-fertile unless otherwise noted.
While we try to carry all of the trees below our selection is subject to availability.


Fruit looks like a leathery, flattened, undersized green peach. Harvest almonds when hulls split. You may need to knock them from the tree or pick off the ground. Remove hull, spread nuts in sun for a day or two to dry. Shake nuts and the kernel will rattle inside when adequately dried.

All in One

Very good almond for the home orchard. Heavy crops of soft-shell nuts with sweet, flavorful kernels. Hot summer required to ripen. Tree grows 15 feet tall. Very winter and frost hardy.


Late blooming, productive tree. Hard-shelled nut with short, plump kernel. Interfruitful with All-In-One. Needs Pollinator.

Hall's Hardy

Hard-shelled nut of good size and quality. Pink bloom comes late—an advantage in our area. Tree is hardy, though blooms are susceptible to early frosts. Partially self-fertile, but better with pollinator. Needs well drained soils.

Neplus Ultra Almond

Large, solf shelled nut with long, broad, flat kernel. Needs Pollinator.


Most apples will set adequate fruit on their own, but will set more fruit if pollinated by another variety. Trees need sun for best production. Flowers borne on two-year or older wood known as "spurs". Spurs generally begin to appear on trees 3-5 years old. Spur type trees form earlier and have more fruit. Follow the spraying schedule for our area.

Nured Jonathan Sport

Small to medium fruit. High-colored red. Juicy, moderately tart, crisp flesh. All purpose apple. Susceptible to powdery mildew. Some resistance to scab. Self fertile.

Scarlet Gala

Firm, crisp yellow flesh. Juicy, sweet apple that stores well. Vigorous heavy bearer that requires thinning. Use central leader training to allow good light penetration. Needs Midseason Pollinator.


Round, bright to dark red over green, superb quality in cool climates. Crisp, aromatic, subacid,sweet. Good for desserts and cooking. Early harvest. Partially self-fruitful, best if pollinated by Red Delicious or Gala.


Crip, juicy, flavorful, tart aplles. Famous for sauce and baking, also used fresh. Early bloom and early harvest. Needs Pollinator


Exceptional texture and juiciness. Scarlet red over a yellow background. Keeps well for 5-6 months in common storage. Partially self fruiting, but better if pollinized.

Midnight Spur

Apples start coloring in late May. Whiter flesh than other types of red delicious. Needs pollinator.

Stamps Red Delicious

Firm apple with creamy white flesh. Prominent stripe on the red background. Good quality fruit. Tree has excellent crotch angles. Needs pollinator.

Early Spur Rome

Has true Rome flavor, quality and brilliant red color, even in the heart of the tree. Greenish-white, fine grained, juicy flesh that is used primarily for baking.Self fertile, can pollinate other types.

Golden Delicious (Carnefix)

Long time favorite. Reliable producer of sweet, flavorful fruit that is good for eating and cooking. Good for home gardens. Midseason producer. Good Pollenizer.

Goldspur Delicious

A spur type. Large, crisp golden apples sometimes blushed with a rosy cheek. Excellent for eating and cooking. Mid season producer. Keeps well. Self fertile. Excellent pollinator.

Jonagold (Rubinstar)

Cross of Jonathan and Golden Delicious. Jonagold is less susceptible to sunburn. Crisp, juicy, sub-acid, all purpose fruit. Midseason. Tree is more compact than others. Needs to be pollinated by Fuji, Gala, Granny Smith or Red Delicious but not Golden Delicious.


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 is faintly sweet/tart with excellent eating quality. Blooms in mid-season and will pollinate other early and midddle blooming apple varieties.

Hillwell Red Braeburn

Firm, juicy, fine textrued flesh. Medium sweet. Good for eating, cooking and canning. Shows biennial tendencies if not thinned. Stores for up to 6 months. Partially self fertile, but best with a pollinator.

Myra Red Fuji

"Pinkish red" fruit with light creamy yellow flesh. Crisp with a sweet, fruity flavor. Outstanding keeping qualities. Matures faster than regular Red Fuji. Needs midseason pollinator.

Red Fuji #12

A medium to large sized apple with a red stripe. The flesh is yellowish green, dense and crisp. The flavor is sweet, sub-acid and very pleasant. An extremely firm apple. Fruit keeps well at room temperature. Requires a very long growing season. Blooms early to mid-season. Needs Pollinator.

Pink Lady

New hot climate apple from Western Australia. Very crisp. Sweet-tart, distinct flavor, good keeper. Skin reddish-pink over green when ripe. White flesh resists browning.

Granny Smith

Late green fruits are all purpose. Crisp, tart, good keepers. Requires a long summer. Susceptible to scab. Partially self fertile, but best with a pollinator. Can pollinate some other varieties.


Late season. Very crisp and tangy fruit. More flavorful than Granny Smith. Good keeper. Green with dark red blush. Partially self fertile, best with pollinator.


Apricots bear fruit on short fruit spurs which form on last year's growth and remain fruitful for about 4 years. One limitation is the early blooming season of most varities, but some new varieties are late blooming to compensate for this problem. Follow spray schedule for our area.


Large, orange fruit with firm, sweet flesh. Slightly tart, old apricot flavor. One of the most consistently productive apricot variety. Partially self pollinating, but best when cross pollinated.


Medium to large fruit has a sweet, juicy, rich flavor. From Canada, this variety has a frost hardy late bloom.


One of the later blooming apricots. Fruit is medium size, yellow to medium orange in color. Good flavor and texture. Hardy tree. Good production of fruit in late-frost and cold winter regions. Will cross pollinate.


July 10-July 20 C&O


The fruit is large sized, oval in shape and fairly symmetrical. Develops a waxy bright orange color. Flesh an attractive deep orange. Firm fruit, fine texture. Does best with a pollinator.


Oval fruit ripens to a light orange color with a red blush on exposed cheeks. Mildly flavored, deep orange flesh. Does best with an early flowering pollinator.


All-purpose freestone has a sweet, aromatic flavor. Early bloom, late June to early July harvest.


Large size with oval shape. Yellow colored skin and flesh. A heavy bearer. Excellent for home use. Good for dessert or drying, but a poor canner. Does best with a pollinator.

Puget Gold

Proven producer of large, flavorful fruit. Recommended for climates where spring rains and frosts limit apricots. Harvest early August.


Apricot plum hybrid. The fruit resembles an apricot with a slight fuzz covering the fruit. The flavor is unique, much like a blend of fruit juices where the mixture is an improvement over any of the separate ingredients. Additionally, the sugar content is much higher than in any standard plum or apricot--yielding very sweet fruit.

Flavor Delight

One of the most flavorful early season fruits. Harvest in June. Self fruitful, but largest crops if pollinated by any apricot.


Fruiting spurs are long lived, do not need to be renewed by pruning. Prune tree only to maintain good structure and shape. Requires well drained soils. Follow spray schedule for our area.


Fruit almost black when ripe. Large, excellent quality fruit. Sweet, juicy and firm. Midseason. Needs Pollinator


Large yellow fruit has a red blush. Sweet and flavorful. Very cold hardy. Mid season harvest. Needs pollinator. Bing or Lambert best.

Utah Giant

A Utah favorite. Larger, firmer, and more flavorful than Bing or Lambert. Good for canning. Needs Pollinator.


Fruit is good sized and firm. Flavor is comparable with "Lambert". More resistant to splitting from rain than Bing and Lambert. Self fertile. Good Pollinator.


Very large dark red fruit of excellent quality. About a week later than Bing, but more resistant to late frosts. Fruit is smaller than Bing. Needs Pollinator.


Fruit is the same quality as the "Bing", and are highly split-resistant. Self Fertile. Good pollinator.

Montmorency Sour (Pie Cherry)

Large, light red skinned fruit has yellow flesh. Perfect for cobblers, pies, etc. Extremely winter hardy.


Cherry- plums have excellent quality for canning,jams ,jellies, pies, and juices. Many varieties are very hardy. Cherry-plums grow in well drained soil. At no time should the water table be within 1m of the surface. For the homeowner or grower, cherry-plums have the appeal of fruiting 2-3 years after planting.


Red fruit. Excellent for jams, jellies, canning and sauces. Early bearing type that produces fruit the second year after planting. Clingstone. Pollinator.


The large edible nuts are enclosed in prickly burrs. Allow nuts to fall to ground, then store in cool place. Need well drained soils. Fertilize only in the spring. Prune when hot and dry, early summer best. Keeps weeds and grass 3' from trunk of tree.


Large nuts. A good producer. Best in acidic soils. Good pollinator for Colossal. Needs a pollinator.


High quality medium to large nuts fall easily from hull and are easy to peel. Best in acidic soils. Needs pollinator.


Roundish to oblong nuts can be harvested in the fall. Nuts form in frilled husks. Plant in well drained soil in part sun. Requires constant soil moisture. Tree tends to sucker, so to keep a clear trunk you must prune these out. Cross pollination is required, so plant different varieties.

European Filbert (Corylus heterophylla)

Roundish nuts of good flavor. Ripen in early fall. Small tree grows 15' high, 20' wide.

Barcelona Filbert

Considered a long-time #1 favorite. Ripen in early fall. Grown as a 15' bush. Prefers afternoon shade.

Butler Filbert

Good producer with larger nuts. Becomes a bush 15' x 15'. Needs pollinator.

Casina Filbert

Recommended for backyard plantings. Thin shelled small nut has an excellent flavor. Heavy producer. Good pollenator for all other common Filbert varieties.

Hall's Giant Filbert

Very vigorous grower. Yields light crop of medium to large round nuts. Good pollinator.


Plant in rich soil. Give ample water and feed often. Supply supports for them to twine upon. In winter, prune plant for form and fruit production. Fruit borne on year old wood. Cut out shoots that have fruited for three years.

Issai Self Fruitful

Fuzzless fruit you don't need to peel. Smaller, but often sweeter. Winter hardy.


Persian Fruiting

Densely foliated tree to 25-30' tall. Large heart-shaped leaves. Large fruit is juicy, dark red to black, and great for jam.


Nectarines are similar to Peach trees. They require the same care needs and grow the same. The biggest difference is the fruit. Nectarines have a slightly different taste and have a smooth skin.


This early-maturing variety shows commercial promise for its season. The yellow-fleshed fruit ripens to a bright red over a golden yellow ground color. Trees are vigorous and highly productive.


Fruit is large. Firm, smooth textured yellow flesh. Excellent quality. Freestone.


Large, firm yellow flesh. One of the highest scoring in taste tests. Freestone.


Large, smooth skin with deep yellow flesh. Long storage and shelf life. Sweet flavor. The tree is hardy and vigorous.


High quality fruit with a glossy, clear red color. Firm, yellow flesh with a good shelf life. Good sized if properly thinned. Best variety for this area.

Paw Paw

Slow growing, pyramidal, deciduous tree with large, tropical looking leaves. Fruit has custard-like texture and a banana like flavor. Harvest just as skin turns greenish-yellow and fruit begins to soften. Hardy to -20 degrees F.


Heavy bearing, precocious tree. Early season fruit. Harvest is usually September. Best in rich, moist soil. Plant two varieties for cross pollination.

Rebecca's Gold

Large, late season fruit. Harvest is usually in October. Best in rich mois soil. Plant two varieties for cross pollination.


Fast growing. Well pruned trees usually under 15' high. Starts bearing large crops 3-4 years after established. Tend to form too much fruit, even with pruning, so thinning is required. Requires good drainage and regular fertilization. All peaches are freestone unless noted otherwise. Follow reccommended spray schedule for our area.

Early Redhaven

Fruit similar to standard Redhaven, but is more rounded and ripens approximately 14 days earlier. Semi-cling.


Firm, yellow flesh of good flavor, and a bright attractive skin color. Excellent for canning and freezing.


Late Bloomer. Very Cold Hard. Self Fertile. Sweet Fruit. Fruit ripens two to three weeks before Elberta.

Canadian Harmony

Medium to large, firm, yellow freestone with red near the pit. Skin almost entirely blushed red. Late blooming, vigorous tree. Cold hardiness comparable to redhaven.

Coral Star

80% coral red skin color with clear, non-browning yellow flesh. Large fruit with good shipping and storage qualities.


Medium to large size fruit. Skin is red over orange-yellow. Yellow freestone flesh is juicy, sweet, low acid, with excellent flavor. Mid season harvest. A cross of J.H. Hale and South Haven

Early Improved Elberta (Lemon)

Large fruit. Golden yellow with a rich and pleasant flavor. A brighter golden color than Elberta with little or no red blush. Sometimes referred to as "Lemon Elberta". Good Pollinator.


A beautiful white fleshed peach. Peach is 80% ddp pinkish-red. Flesh is white tinged with pink and does not brown when cut.


Fruit is large. Golden yellow color blushed with red, and famous for its shipping quality.  An excellent pollenizer for other varieties. Good Pollinator.


Fruit is large and firm. Bright red over yellow ground color.  Mild flesh.  Vigorous grower. Good shipper.   Better coloring and better keeper than J.H. Hale. 

J. H. Hale

Fruit is large.  Outstanding handling and shipping peach.  Yellow flesh, free from stringiness.  Yellow ground cover overlaid with red. Needs Pollination.


Large peach with a striping tendency. Ground color is a medium yellow-green with a nice blush. Flesh is firm with high sugar content.


Take damp heavy soils. Long lived. Needs little pruning when mature. Be sure to follow the spraying schedule recommended for our area.


The leading standard pear for this area.  Medium to large fruit of good quality when ripe. Thin skin. Good pollinator.

Housi (Asian Pear)

Unpearlike texture and taste. Generally round, crisp and firm. Yellowish brown skin with very delicate taste. Medium to large fruit. Good for cooking and eating fresh. Also know as ASIAN APPLE. Needs Pollination.

D' Anjou Pear

The medium to large fruit is firm, juicy and has a rich flavor. Best flavor when stored for 1 to 2 months. Excellent keeper. Needs pollination.

Bronze Beauty

Bronze Beauty

Medium to large fruit takes on a rich bronze color when ripe. The flesh is yellowish- white, slightly granular, and sweet. Needs pollinator.

Twentieth Century

Clear yellow skin has no blotches. White flesh that is slightly tart. Ripens late September.


Usually reach a height not exceeding 15'. Does best in well drained soil. Best growth and fruit development with periodic deep watering in summer. Train trees when young. Mature trees need little pruning. Follow the spraying schedule recommended in our area.

Santa Roas Plum

Medium to large, purplish red plum. The flesh is yellow to dark red near skin. Tart flavor. Early. Good canned if skin is removed. Good pollinator.


The large fruit has black skin when fully mature. The amber flesh is firm and of good quality. Tends to set a heavy crop. Good pollinator.


The large fruit is uniform with dark purplish red skin. The sweet flesh is yellowish white with a firm texture. Good pollinator.

Blue Damson

Small purple plum with golden yellow flesh. Freestone. Very tart flavor. Good for jam and jelly.


A medium size plum with exceptional flavor. The flesh is juicy and sweet, red in color. The skin is dark red. Early midseason. Good for jams and jellies. Needs Pollinator.

Green Gage

Medium round fruit. Greenish-yellow skin, amber flesh. Very sweet, juicy flesh. Midseason. Wide climatic range. Sets heavy crop. Good for eating, cooking, canning, or jam.

Elephant Heart

Very large dark red fruit with rich red flesh. Freestone. Excellent flavor. Midseason to late. Long harvest season. Skin is tart, some prefer these plums peeled. Needs pollenizer.


A simple cross of plum x apricot. Unique blend of flavors. Compact small tree.

Plum Parfait

Large purplish black fruit with greenish-yellow flesh.


Apricot plum hybrid. The fruit resembles a plum with smooth skin. The flavor is unique, much like a blend of fruit juices where the mixture is an improvement over any of the separate ingredients. Additionally, the sugar content is much higher than in any standard plum or apricot--yielding very sweet fruit.

Flavor Supreme

Richly flavored, firm red flesh. Greenish maroon mottled skin. Ripens approximately two weeks before Santa Rosa Plum. Pollinated by Santa Rosa or other Pluot varieties.

Dapple Dandy

Creamy white and red-fleshed freestone fruit. Skin is greenish yellow with red spots, turning to maroon and yellow dappled. Ripens in late August. Santa Rosa Plum or Flavor Supreme good pollinators.

Flavor King

Reddish purple skin, crimson flesh. Naturally a small tree. Ripens in early September. Pollinate with Flavor Supreme or Santa Rosa Plum.


Prunes have a high sugar content, making them sweeter than most plums. Does best in well drained soil. Best growth and fruit development with periodic deep watering in summer. Mature trees need little pruning. Follow the spraying schedule recommended in your area.

Stanley Prune

Hardy type of the "Italian".  Large purplish black fruit with greenish-yellow flesh. Juicy, tender, firm and sweet. Midseason. Good for eating, canning, and drying.

French Imporved

Reddish-purple skin, dark amber flesh. Very sweet, high quality fruit. Good for cooking, canning, or drying.


Productive prune of very good quality. Fruits are medium size that rarely split. Very good for eating.

Italian Prune

Dark purple skin. Flesh is greenish-yellow which turns to dark wine color when cooked. Separates freely from pit. Late midseason. Excellent for eating, canning and drying.


Husks open in fall, dropping nuts to ground. Pick up nuts immediately. Remove any adhering husk. Dry in single layer spread out in shade until kernels become brittle. Then store. Fast growing when young. Prune only to remove dead wood or correct shape. Prefers deep soils and deep watering.

Carpathian (English)

Oval to round nuts in fleshy husks. Large, thin shelled. Deep watering in hot areas recommended for top quality nuts.


Cold hardy Carpathian type. Large, sweet nut with a high quality kernel. Bears when young and usually has a heavy crop.


These trees require more attention when spraying. The spray for the type of tree needs to be applied to the branches of that tree only. Note the spray schedule for each type of tree that is on the multiple fruit tree.

4-in-One Apple Tree

Contains 4 different variaties of apples.

Fruit Salad

Includes three different types of fruit on the same tree.

Cold Hardy Peach

Includes four different variaties of peaches.