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Potted Fruit Tree List - Spring 2024
(For Pickup Only!)

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Apples (Grafted)- 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Almata - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small dark red apple with flesh that is red, tart and soft. Fruit ripens in August. Note: This variety was developed by Niels Hansen at the South DakotaExperimental  Research Station in 1942 and inspired by seeing red flesh crabapples growing wild during his travels to Kazakhstan in 1897. The variety also needs another pollinator such as Alkmene, Anna, Golden Russet, Idared, McIntosh, William's Pride, Zestar. Zone:  3-6. 

 

Ambrosia - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red/yellow apples that have crisp, sweet flesh. Fruit ripens late September into October. Apples are good for cooking and eating fresh. Note: This variety was discovered in British Columbia by Sally and Wilfrid Mendell in the 1990s. Note: This variety will need to be planted with another variety of apple for pollution. Zone: 4-8.

 

Blenheim Orange - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large round apples that are green/yellow and have orange/red striping. The flesh is white with a juicy and sweet flavor. Fruits ripen in mid-late September, and are good for cider, cooking, desserts, and eating fresh. Note: The original tree was found growing in Blenheim Palace in England in 1740. Trees are said to be resistant to brown root, fire blight and mildew. Needs another apple tree to pollinate with such as Antonovka, Black Oxford, Cortland, Crimson Crisp, Crimson Topaz, Empire, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Gold Rush, Jonathan, Nova Spy, or others. Zone: 4a-8b.

 

Buckingham - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red/green apples with tiny white specks on skin. The flesh of the apples is juicy, tender, and yellow. Apples ripen in mid-October and are good for cider, cooking, eating fresh and storage. Note: The variety is thought to originate in the southeastern United States during the late 1700s. Also, this variety needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Burford Red Flesh - H: 18- 20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large size, red, round apples that ripens September to October. Apples are crisp, juicy and tart, but said to sweeten with storage. Fruit is good for cider and cooking. Note: This variety was a seedling found by the Burford Brothers Nursery in the 1700s in Amherst County, Virginia. It is thought to be a seedling of Siberian crabapple. Needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9.

 

Caney Forks Limbertwig - H: 18- 20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large round red/yellow apples with small white flecks on skin. Fruit is good for cooking and fresh eating. Apples ripen early October and are good for storage.Note: This variety originates from the Caney Forks area in Kentucky. This variety needs another variety of apple to pollinate with.  Zone: 4a-9b.

 

Guard Rak Red Flesh - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red apples. Note: Needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Golden Transparent - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size yellow apple with white, tart flesh. Apples ripen in July/August, are good for cooking, but do not keep well. Note: This variety originates from eastern europe around the 1850s. The variety should also be planted with another early fruiting variety of apple as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8. 

 

Granny Smith - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green apples with white, tart flesh that ripen in late-October. The fruit is good for baking, cooking, and storage, Note: The trees are self-fertile but yield higher when planted with another variety of apple or crabapple. Zone: 5-9.

 

Hauer Pippin - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large round red/green apples that ripen in November. Apples are juicy and tart. Fruit is good for baking, cider, cooking and storage. Note: This variety is believed to be a cross between Cox's Orange Pippin and Yellow Bellflower apple varieties that was discovered in Santa Cruz, California in 1890s. The variety is said to be resistant to codling moth and scab. Also, the variety needs another apple variety to pollinate with similar bloom period. Zone: 4-8.

 

Hawaii - H: 18-20ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow apples with pink/orange blush. Sweetness and pineapple aroma/flavor varies in intensity based on growing conditions. Fruit ripens in late fall and is good for cider, eating fresh and pies. Note: This variety was developed in California in 1944 by crossing the varieties Golden Delicious and Gravenstein. Trees are cedar rust resistant but need heavy thinning of the fruit. Zone: 5-11.

 

Hudson Golden Gem - H: 18-20ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow/olive green apples with a heavy russet. The flesh is sweet and tastes like Bosc pears. Apples ripen mid-late September. Note: This variety was discovered in Oregon in the 1930s and introduced by Hudson Wholesale Orchard. The variety should also be planted with another variety for pollination such as Enterprise, Gala, Newtown Pippin and others. The variety has good resistance to apple scab, cedar apple rust, fire blight and powdery mildew too. Zone: 3-8. 

Irish Peach - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small apples that are green and red. The flesh is crisp, juicy and has a rich flavor. Fruit ripens in July/August and are best eaten fresh. Note: This variety is a cross between Yellow Transparent and a wild Irish apple seedling from Ireland. Needs another variety of apple as a pollinator such as Alkmene, Cortland, Crimson Crisp, Crimson Topaz, Empire, Freedom, Frostbite, Fuji, Hudson's Golden Gem, Idared, Jonathan, Newtown Pippin, Novaspy, Snowsweet, Sweet Sixteen, William's Pride or others. Zone: 3-9. 

 

Jonamac - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red/green apples that have crisp, sweet/tart flesh. Apples ripen in September and are good for baking, eating fresh, and sauce. Note: The variety is a cross between Jonathan and McIntosh that was developed in 1944 by Dr. Roger Way and introduced in 1972 from the NY State Agricultural Research Station in Geneva, NY. This variety needs another variety of apple to pollinate with such as Enterprise, Honeycrisp, Sansa, or other. Trees have good resistance to fire blight. Zone: 5-8.

 

Kerry Pippin - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small yellow apples with some red steaks and russet overlay on the skin. The flesh of the apples are white, hard, and sweet tart in flavor. Apples ripen in August and are good for baking, canning, cider, eating fresh, and sauce. Note: The variety originated from Ireland around 1802. The variety needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9.

 

Kinderkrisp - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small red apples with a yellow, crisp flesh, Fruit ripens in late August and good for baking, cooking, eating fresh, juice, and sauce. Note: The variety was developed in South Haven, Michigan and from Honeycrisp. Needs another pollinator such as Gala, Golden Delicious, Rome, or others. Zone: 3-7.

 

King of Tompkins County - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round, large, red/green apples. Apples ripen in late August and are good for cider, cooking, eating fresh and storage. Note: This variety began to be grown in 1805 in Tompkins County, NY by Jacob Wycoff. A triploid variety of apple and not a good pollinator for other apple varieties. The variety does need another variety of apple as a pollinator such as Alkmene, Domaine, Golden Russet, Idared, McIntosh, Nehou, Slavyanka, William's Pride. Zone: 4-9. 

 

Lemoen - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, long, yellow apples that are ribbed and have a russet overlay on the skin. The flesh of the fruit is white/greenish and is very acidic with only a little bit of sweetness. The fruit loses its acidicness with the ripening of it. Note: The variety was originally grown by J. H. Th. van den Ham in Lunteren, Netherlands. In 1899 the variety and breeder was distinguished by the Netherland Horticulture Society. This variety needs another variety or apple to pollinate with such as Elstar, Enterprise, Kingston Black, and others. Also, the variety is susceptible to fireblight. Zone: 5-9. 

 

Liberty - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium to large sized red apples with small white speck on skin. Fruit ripens mid-October and is good for eating, juice, and sauce. Note: This variety is a result of crossing the McIntosh and Macoun varieties of apples. The variety is also said to be resistant to cedar apple rust, fire blight, and scab. Also, this variety needs another apple variety to pollinate with such as Burgundy, Cox' Orange Pippin, Crimson Crisp, Empire, Freedom, Fuji, Golden Delicious, McIntosh or others.  Zone: 5-8.

 

Lucombe's Pine - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow apples with red striping and russeted color that ripen in early October. Fruit is said to have a hint of pineapple taste and is good for eating fresh and juice. Note: This variety was developed in the 1800s in Exeter, England by John Lucombe and Benjamin Prince. The variety is said to be resistant to apple scab. Needs another variety of apple as a pollinator such as Akane, Black Oxford, Brown Snout, Ellis' Bitter, Enterprise, Ginger Gold, Hubbard Nonsuch, Keepsake, Kingston Black, Northern Spy, or others. Zone: 4. 

 

Margil - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small round apples that have red and yellow steaks with a russet overlay. The flesh of the apples are white/greenish with a rich flavor that has hints of honey and nuts. Apples ripen in early October and are good for cider, desserts and storage. Note: The origin of this variety is unknown but it was reported to be grown by the Brompton Park Nursery in England in the 1750s. This variety needs another variety of apple as a pollinator such as Enterprise, Golden Russet, Kingston Black, and others. Also, the variety has resistance to apple scab. Zone: 5-8. 

 

Melrose - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green and red apples with some russet overlay on the skin. The flesh of the apples are creamy white with a sweet/tart flavor. Apples ripen mid-September to early October. Also, apples are good for baking, cooking, eating fresh, freezing and storage. Note: This variety was developed by crossing Jonathan and Red Delicious in the 1940s by Freeman Howlett at the Ohio State Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, OH. The variety also needs another variety of apple to pollinate with . Zone: 4-9. 

 

Mother - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/red apples with creamy, sweet, white flesh. Fruit is cider, cooking, eating fresh, and sauces. Apples ripen September to October. Note: Discovered in Massachusetts in 1840. Needs a different variety as a pollinator such as Enterprise and others. Zone: 5

 

Newtown Pippin - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size apples that are green/yellow with some russet coloration. Apples ripen late October and become sweeter in taste after 2+ months of storage. Fruit can be used for cider, cooking, and eating fresh. Note: This variety was originally grown by settlers on Long Island, NY in the early 1700s before being introduced back to England where it became a very popular variety by the Victorian era. Another variety of apple is needed to pollinate this type such as Braeburn, Cox's Orange Pippin, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Idared, Jonathan, Kingston Black or other varieties. Zone: 4-10. 

 

Northern Lights - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red/green apples that ripen late September and have a sweet/tart flavor. Note: This variety was developed by Cornell University in Geneva, NY in 1938 by crossing Haralson and McIntosh varieties, but not released until 1990. The variety requires another variety that blooms at the same time for pollination. Also, variety is a good pollinator for other apple varieties. Zone: 2-7.

 

Orei - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available. Note: This is a Japanese variety of apple and needs another variety of apple or crabapple as a pollinator. Zone: 4. 

 

Pitmaston Pineapple - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small yellow colored apples with a russet overlay. The flesh of the apples varies from acidic to sweet but has a consistent musky pineapple flavor. Fruit ripens mid-September and is good for cider, desserts and storage. Note: This variety is a seedling of Golden Pippin and was presented to the London Horticultural Society in 1845 by Mr. Williams of Pitsmaston, England. The variety needs another variety of apple to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Pixie Crunch - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small red apples that are crisp and sweet. Apples ripen in late August and are good for eating fresh and storage. Note: This variety needs another apple variety as a pollinator such as Gala, Golden Delicious, Liberty, Red Delicious, Sundance, or others. Zone: 5-8.

 

Pound Sweet - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/green apples with yellow sweet flesh that ripen in early October. Good for apple butter, cooking, desserts, sauce and traditionally for feeding livestock. Note: The origins are a bit uncertain but it is documented being grown in New England during the early and mid 1800s. Zone: 4. 

 

Ramsdell Sweet - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large wine red/yellow apples with sweet yellow flesh. The apples ripen October/November and are good for cider and eating fresh. Note: This apple was discovered by Rev. Hezekiah Ramsdell around 1838 by West Thompson, CT. The variety should be planted with another variety of apple or crabapple for pollination. Zone: 4-9.

 

Rhode Island Greening - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green apples with white specks that ripen in September. Good for baking, cooking, purees, and sauces. Fruit is said to keep its shape when cooked. Note: An heirloom variety that was discovered by Mr. Green in Green's End, Rhode Island in the 1600s. The variety comes in tetraploid and triploid forms and cannot pollinate with most other apple varieties. This variety does need another variety to pollinate with such as Alkmene, Beauty of Bath, Black Oxford, Blue Pearmain, Burgundy, Cortland, Cox's Orange Pippin, or others. Zone: 5-7.

 

Spokane Beauty - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round carmine/green apple with white acidic flesh. Apples are good for cooking, desserts, drying, juice, and storage. The fruit also ripens in October. Note: This variety was discovered near Walla Walla, WA around 1859. Also, this variety needs to be planted with another variety of apple or crabapple for pollination. Zone: 4-9.

 

Vandevere - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized, round red/green apples with small white flecks on skin. The flesh of the apples is crisp, juicy, sweet and yellow. Apples ripen in October and are good for cooking and storage. Note: There are 2 origin stories for this variety. The first story is that it was a wild seedling found on the Van der Veere Farm in the 1700s near what was Flatbush but is now Brooklyn, NY. The other story is that it came from the Vandiver Farm in Wilmington, DE during the 1700s. Also, the variety needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Victoria Limbertwig - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red/purple apples with crisp, juicy, sweet, yellow flesh. Apples ripen in September and are cider, cooking, desserts, eating fresh and storage. Note: This variety was originally grown in Grundy & Warren County, TN in the 1860s. It is part of the Limbertwig series that was developed in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Trees should be planted with another variety of apple or crabapple for pollination. Zone: 5-10. 

 

Washington Strawberry - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, round apples with red/yellow skin and creamy colored flesh that is juicy but slightly tart. Apples ripen July/August. Note: This variety originated in Washington County NY and was sold by Georgia Nursery between 1895 and 1902. The variety also needs another variety or apple or crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Wealthy - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green/yellow apples with red blush that ripen in September. The fruit is crisp, juicy, and a sweet/tart flavor. Good apples for cooking and fresh eating. Note: This variety was developed by Peter Gideon in 1868 and named after his wife Wealthy. The variety is said to be a cross from Cherry and Siberian Crabapples. It is a self-fertile variety and a good pollinator for other apple varieties that bloom around the same time. Zone: 4-7.

 

William’s Pride - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Medium to large sized apples that are conical shaped and red/green in color. The flesh is cream colored and has a sweet/tart flavor with a hint of spiciness. Apples ripen in early August and are good for fresh eating. Note: This variety originates from Indianna around 1975. Trees are resistant to cedar apple rust, fire blight, and powdery mildew. Also, trees need to be planted with another early variety of apple for pollination. Zone: 4-9. 

 

Apples (Grafted) - 1.5 gal @ $30.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Irish Peach - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small apples that are green and red. The flesh is crisp, juicy and has a rich flavor. Fruit ripens in July/August and are best eaten fresh. Note: This variety is a cross between Yellow Transparent and a wild Irish apple seedling from Ireland. Needs another variety of apple as a pollinator such as Alkmene, Cortland, Crimson Crisp, Crimson Topaz, Empire, Freedom, Frostbite, Fuji, Hudson's Golden Gem, Idared, Jonathan, Newtown Pippin, Novaspy, Snowsweet, Sweet Sixteen, William's Pride or others. Zone: 3-9. 

 

Isle of White Pippin - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round green/red apples with a russet overlay on the skin. The fruit has white/greenish tint and has a juicy sweet-sharpe taste. The fruit is good for cider, eating fresh and storage. Note: The variety is thought to originate from 2 places. The first place is the  Normandy region of France in the 1700s. The other place is from the eastern USA during the 1800s. This variety should be planted with another variety of apple or crabapple for pollination. Zone: 4a-9b. 

 

Apples (Grafted) - 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Fuji - H: 15-20ft (Semi Dwarf), W: N/A, Sun: Fall, Fruit: Apples are yellow green with pink/red blush. The flesh of the apples is white and crisp, juicy and sweet.  Fruit can be used in baking, cooking, and for juice. Note: This variety was developed in the 1930s by the Tohoku Fruit Tree Research Station in Morioka, Japan from Red Delicious and Ralls Janet Apples. Zone: 4-8. Sold Out for 2023.

 

Mountain Rose - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green apples that have an orange/red blush and dark red flesh that is sweet/tart. Apples ripen in early September and are good for baking, juicing, salads, and sauce. Note: Variety discovered by Bill Schulz near Airlie, OR. Best pollinators for this variety include Arkansas Black, Enterprise, Empire, Jonathan, Liberty, Mutsu, Wealthy, Winesap, and more. Zone: 4. 

 

Pear Apple - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Pear shaped apples that ripen in the fall. Note: A variety from a collector with limited information. These trees should be planted with other varieties of apples and crabapples for pollination. Zone: 4. 

 

Pigeonette Rouge - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green apples that have dense flesh and a tart flavor similar to that of Sturmer Pippin and Granny Smith. Note: Old French variety that originates from around 1755. Note: Needs another variety or apple of crabapple to pollinate with it. Zone: 4

 

Redlove Odysso® - H: 12-16ft (M-7 Semi dwarf rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red apples with red sweet flesh that ripen in late September to early October. Fruits are good for storage. Note: This variety is resistant to powdery mildew and scab. The variety also needs another apple variety to pollinate with such as Alkmene, Akane, Redlove Calypso, Redlove Era, Liberty, Sansa, Snowsweet, William's Pride, Wynoochee Early, Zestar, or others. Zone: 4.

 

Reinette du Canada - H: 30ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Golden/yellow apple with russet overlay on the skin. Apples are crisp with a sharp, tart and sweet flavor. Fruit ripens in late fall and gets sweeter the longer it is stored. Also, fruit is good for cooking, desserts, fresh eating, pies, and sauces. Note: An old French apple variety thought to originate from Normandy, France and first described in 1771. Needs another variety of apple or crabapple to pollinate it such as Beauty of Bath, Braeburn, Cox's Orange Pippin, Golden Delicious, Kingston Black, Rosemary Russet, Winter Gem or others. Also, a triploid variety and not a good pollinator for most other apple varieties. Zone: 5-9.

 

Apricots (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Helena - H: 10-15ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/orange apricots with firm and sweet flesh. Fruits are freestone and good for fresh eating. Note: Trees are self-fertile. Zone: 3 

 

La Sughead - H: 10-15ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available, but is a fruiting type. Note: A variety from a collector in Idaho. Zone: 3.

 

Mirsenjeli Late - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available, but is a fruiting type. Note: A variety from a collector in Idaho. Zone: 3.

 

N-270 - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available, but is a fruiting type. Note: A variety from a collector in Idaho. Zone: 3.

 

Skaha - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large dull orange/yellow apricots. Fruits have firm and sweet flesh. Note: This variety was introduced in 1973 in British Columbia and was a seedling of the Perfection variety. Zone: 3.

 

Suphany - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small/medium size apricots with white flesh that is sweet. Note: This variety is originally from Uzbekistan, needs lots of chilling hours to bloom, and self-fertile. Zone: 4a.

 

Turkish White - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available, but is a fruiting type. Note: The variety is originally from Turkey and from a collector in Idaho. Zone: 3.

 

Apricots (Grafted) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Harlayne - H: 12-16ft, W: 10-14 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size bright orange apricots with a red blush. Fruit is sweet, freestone, and ripens in early August. Also, fruit is good for eating fresh and processed food. Note: This variety was developed and released in 1980 from the Harrow Ontario Experiment Station in Canada. The variety is resistant to bacterial spot, brown rot, and canker. Also, this variety needs another variety of apricot to pollinate with such as Harcot, Harogem, or others. Zone: 4-8.

 

Skaha - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large dull orange/yellow apricots. Fruits have firm and sweet flesh. Note: This variety was introduced in 1973 in British Columbia and was a seedling of the Perfection variety. Zone: 3.

Sour Cherry (Grafted) - 1gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Sumdinka - H: 8-12ft (Mazzard rootstock), W: 8-12 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red cherries that are aromatic and firm. Cherries ripen in July and are good for baking, canning, eating fresh juice and preserves. Note: The variety was developed in 1969 in Cacak, Serbia. Trees are self-fertile but good pollinators for other sour cherry trees. Zone: 4-8.

 

Sweet Cherries (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Sold out until fall 2024.

Cherry Plums (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Chernuskha - H: 10-15ft (Myrobalan 29C Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small dark colored plum.cherry like fruits. Note: This variety is a hybrid between apricot and cherry plum from Latvia. The name translates to "Little Dark One." The pollination requirements are unknown for this variety, but we suggest planting it with another cherry plum or European plum variety. Zone: 5.

 

Sweet Treat - H: 30 ft (Myrobalan 29C Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red skinned, yellow flesh fruit a little larger than a cherry with the sweetness of a cherry and the zing of a plum that ripen late July. Note: Need Burgundy or Santa Rosa Plum or Flavor King Pluot as a pollinator. 

 

Crabapple (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Kerr - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small/medium size crabapples that are red. Fruits are sweet/tart and ripen in October. Fruit is good for cider, cooking, and feeding wildlife. Note: This variety was introduced in 1952 and is a cross between two crabapple varieties of Dolgo and Harlson. The variety is a very good pollinator for apple varieties and is resistant to cedar apple rust, fire blight, powdery mildew, and scab. Zone: 3-8.

 

Transcendent - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow crab apples with red blush. Fruits are good for canning, cider, cooking and jelly. Note: The variety originated in England in 1844. Trees need another variety of crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4-10. 

 

Crabapple (Grafted) - 1.5 gal @ $30.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Jonsib - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Not noted for fruit production. Note: This variety was originally developed in South Dakota. Trees have prolific white blooms and are a good pollinator for apples. Zone: 3-7.

 

Kerr - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small/medium size crabapples that are red. Fruits are sweet/tart and ripen in October. Fruit is good for cider, cooking, and feeding wildlife. Note: This variety was introduced in 1952 and is a cross between two crabapple varieties of Dolgo and Harlson. The variety is a very good pollinator for apple varieties and is resistant to cedar apple rust, fire blight, powdery mildew, and scab. Zone: 3-8.

 

Transcendent - H: 18-20 ft (Bud 118 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow crab apples with red blush. Fruits are good for canning, cider, cooking and jelly. Note: The variety originated in England in 1844. Trees need another variety of crabapple to pollinate with. Zone: 4-10. 

 

Mountain Ash x Aronia Hybrid - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Ivan’s Beauty - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Purple/wine colored fruit that comes in clusters. Berries are good for juices, sauces, and wine. Note: This variety was developed in Ukraine by Ivan Michurin by mountain ash (Sorbus aucupari)  and Aronia (Aronia melanocarp). Zone: 3-9.

 

Likyornaya - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Black, tart berries similar to Aronia. Fruit is good for cordial, wine and wildlife. Note: This variety was developed in Lithuania by Ivan Michurin in 1905 by crossing mountain ash (Sorbus aucuparia) and Aronia (Aronia melanocarpa). Plants grow and have leaves like mountain ash but fruit like aronia. Zone: 3-9.

 

Mulberries (On Own Roots) - 1 gal @ $20.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Girardi - H: 8-12ft, W: 8-12ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large long black fruit that are flavorful and similar to taste of an Illinois Everbearing (Concord grape flavor with a tang). Fruit ripens in June through July. Note: Dwarf variety from a natural selection and introduced by Girardi Nursery in O'fallen, IL, not as hardy as other varieties of mulberries, diseases and pest resistant, and self-fertile. Zone: 5-8. 

Mulberries (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $30.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

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Mulberries (Grafted) - 1.5 to 2 gal @ $40.00 each + NYS Sales Tax

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Pawpaws (Grafted) - 5.5 inch tall Anderson pots @ $32.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Mango - H: 15-20ft, W: 15-20ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large yellow/green fruit with some brown russeting. Fruits have orange/yellow flesh that tastes like vanilla custard. The fruits are good for baking, canning, and cooking. Also, fruit ripens in October. Note: Trees are vigorous growers. Another variety or seedling type of pawpaw is required as a pollinator. Zone: 5-8.

NC-1 - H: 15-20ft, W: 15-20ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large yellow/green fruit with yellow flesh that is flavorful and sweet. Fruit ripens in September/October. Also, fruit has a high flesh to seed ratio. Note: A Canadian variety that is noted for early ripening. Another variety or seedling type of pawpaw is required as a pollinator. Zone: 5a-9b

 

Rebecca's Gold - H: 12-15ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large green fruit with sweet and rich flavor. Fruit ripens in September/October. Note: This variety was selected in the 1970s in California. Another variety or seedling type of pawpaw is required as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.  

 

Sunflower - H; 12-30ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Very large yellow green fruit that are delicious and sweet. Fruits ripen in September/October and variety is a reliable producer. Note: This variety won first place at the Ohio Pawpaw Festival in 2010. Another variety or seedling type of pawpaw is required as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9. 

 

Peaches (On Own Roots) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Iowa White (Seedling) - H: 25ft, W: 25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size pale yellow peaches with a red blush and creamy white, red veined toward center flesh that is freestone. Good for baking, canning, eating fresh, or freezing. Ripens late August/early September. Note: Native/rare peach from the Midwest that is cold hardy. Need two trees or another peach of a different variety with same bloom time for pollination, Zone: 4. 

 

Peaches (Seedling) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00 each + NYS Sales Tax

Iowa White (Seedling) - H: 25ft, W: 25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size pale yellow peaches with a red blush and creamy white, red veined toward center flesh that is freestone. Good for baking, canning, eating fresh, or freezing. Ripens late August/early September. Note: Native/rare peach from the Midwest that is cold hardy. Need two trees or another peach of a different variety with same bloom time for pollination, Zone: 4. 

 

Asian Pears (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Kosui - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small/medium sized round pears that have yellow russet skin. Flesh is crisp, juicy and sweet. Pears ripen in August. Note: Trees are fire blight resistant and need another Asian pear variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9. 

 

European Pears (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Agong - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large brown pears that are delicious and juicy. Pears ripen late in the fall. Note: This was a seedling variety  named after Eliza Evans’ father-in-law in Virginia. Trees are disease resistant and need another pear variety to pollinate with. Zone: 4.

 

Early Golden - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized, green, oblong pears that ripen in early fall. Flesh of the fruit is white, crisp and sweet. Also, fruit is good for baking, canning, cooking, and eating fresh. Note: This variety was a seedling from the Ure variety of pear. Needs another Asian or European variety of pear as a pollinator such as Housi, Parker Shinko, Shinseiki, Summercrisp or others. Zone: 3a. 

 

Freckles - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small/medium size round brown pears that are freckled. Soft juicy pears ripen in September. Note: This is another seedling from Eliza Evans Virginian Farm and needs another variety of pear to pollinate with. Zone: 4. 

 

Kaspar - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small green pears with mottling. Fruit is very hard and should not be eaten until about a month after harvesting. Also, pears ripen in late fall/winter and are good for storage. Note: This variety is originally from Frankendorf, Germany. The variety also needs another variety or European pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4. 

 

Kirkiska -H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available but is a fruiting type. Note: It is a Russian Variety and should be planted with another variety of pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.

 

Kyurne Winter - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available but is a fruiting type. Note: It is a Russian Variety and should be planted with another variety of pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.

 

Leona - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large apple shaped fruit that is sweet and good for desserts which ripens in September. Note: Developed in Louisiana. Zone: 4.

 

Lesnaia Krasavistsa - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available but is a fruiting type. Note: It is a Russian Variety and should be planted with another variety of pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.

 

Mark - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Olive green/yellow pears with russet skin. The flesh of the pears is juicy, tender and white with very little grit to it. Fruit begins ripening in early September. Note: This variety originated from seeds sent by Mr. Mark in the Hudson Valley Region of NY in 1928 to the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, The variety was  introduced by George D. Oberle from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University of Agricultural Research Experiment Station in 1973. Trees are fire blight resistant and need another variety of pear to pollinate with. Zone: 4.

 

Osenniaja Jaliovleva - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available, but is a fruiting type. Note: It is a Russian Variety and should be planted with another variety of pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.

 

Potomac - H: 15-30ft (Standard rootstock), W: 14, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green pears with red blush that ripen mid-September. Pears are buttery, smooth and sweet with no grittiness. Note: A cross between the Anjou and Moonglow varieties of pears. Trees are very fire blight resistant. Also, trees need another variety of pear as a pollinator that blooms/ripens around the same time as Bartlett, Shenandoah, or others. Zone: 4. 

 

Seckel - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small red/green pears that are juicy and very sweet. Fruits are good for canning, cooking, and eating fresh. Also, fruit ripens in September. Note: Variety is fire blight resistant and developed/found in Philadelphia, PA in the 1700's. This variety needs another pear variety as a pollinator such as Bosc, Delicious, Honeysweet, Moonglow, and others. Zone: 4-8. 

 

Tom Burford - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Green/yellow pears. Flesh is buttery, melting, smooth and sweet. Fruit is good for canning, eating fresh, freezing, perry, preserves and more. Note: This tree was selected by Tom Burford’s great grandfather in his orchard in Virginia. Trees are fire blight resistant and need another pear tree as a pollinator. Zone: 4. 

 

Vavilov - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow pears with red blush. Note: Developed in Russia and needs another variety to pollinate with. Zone: 4.

 

Winter Sweet - H: 25-40ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow, round, hard pears. Fruit is good for cider, feeding livestock, and storage. Pears get sweeter with storage. Note: This variety was discovered by Eliza Evans’ Virginian Farm. Trees are vigorous and need another pear tree as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.
 

European Pears (Grafted) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Golden Boy - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: 12-15 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green pear with super sweet flavor that ripens early/mid-August. Note: Fire blight resistant and needs another early pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4.

 

Seckel - H: 10-12ft (OHxF 513 Dwarf rootstock). W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small red/green pears that are juicy and very sweet. Fruits are good for canning, cooking, and eating fresh. Also, fruit ripens in September. Note: Variety is fire blight resistant and developed/found in Philadelphia, PA in the 1700's. This variety needs another pear variety as a pollinator such as Bosc, Delicious, Honeysweet, Moonglow, and others. Zone: 4-8.

American Plums (Grafted and On Own Roots) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Beach (On Own Roots) - H: 8-10 ft, W: 8-10 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small blue to pink fruit that ripen late summer/early fall. Fruit is good for preserves. Note: Native species to North America and require two trees for pollination. Zone: 3a-8a.

Dunbars - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red to blue round plums that range in size from 0.5 to 1.5 inches in diameter. Fruit is good for making preserves. Note: This is a hybrid between American Plum (Prunus americana) and Beach plum (Prunus maritima). Grafted trees are short lived, only surviving around 20 years. Also, trees are observed to be fairly disease and insect resistant. Trees are self-fertile too. Zone: 3-9. 

Goose (Grafted) - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red and yellow plums with thick skin and tart/sweet flavor. Fruit is good for baking, preserves or wine. Plums ripen in July. Note: A variety that readily hybridizes with other plus native to North America. Zone: 3a-8b.

NC McKibben (Grafted) - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: Up to 20 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright/red orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh. Note: Needs another Chickasaw type of plum such as Guthrie, Odom or Tooles Heirloom to pollinate with. Zone: 4.

Renald's Plum (Grafted) - H: 10-20ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Pink/orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh Note: Needs another Chickasaw plum as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9. 

 

Ridgeland (Grafted) - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright/red orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh. Note: Needs another Chickasaw type of plum as a pollinator. Zone: 4.

 

Toole's Ridgeland (Grafted) - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Bright/red orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh. Note: Needa another Chickasaw plum as a pollinator.  Zone: 4-9.

American Plums (Grafted and On Own Roots) - 1.5 gal @ $30.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Goose (Grafted) - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red and yellow plums with thick skin and tart/sweet flavor. Fruit is good for baking, preserves or wine. Plums ripen in July. Note: A variety that readily hybridizes with other plus native to North America.   Zone: 3a-8b.

 

European Plums (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Black Pearl - 10-20ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark purple/black fruit with beet red flesh. Fruit is slightly tart, but sweet. Plums are good for baking, canning, eating fresh, juice, and preserves. Note: The best varieties to use for pollinating this variety are African Delight, African Rose, Angelino, Fortune, Harry Pickstone, Pioneer, Mark, Red Diamond, Ruby Sun, or Sun Kissed. Zone: 5-8. S

 

Early Laxton - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Beautiful, oblong, pink, orange fruit that has freestone, meaty, yellow flesh. Frui ripens in August, and it is high in vitamin C and good for cooking. Note: This variety is self-fertile, but yields increase when planted with another European plum variety for pollination. Also, tree bears abundantly, and fruit needs thinned to prevent splitting of branches. Zone: 5-9.

 

Golden Transparent - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Bronze/golden skin with red freckles and the flesh has a sugary sweet, apricot like, rich, juicy flavor and ripens in September. Note:  Heirloom European variety and supposedly self-pollinating, but recommend using Bavery Gage, Cambridge Gage, or Early Laxton as a pollinator. Zone: 4.
 

Oullin's Golden Gage - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large, oblong, green/yellow plums with red dots. The flesh of the plums is juicy, sweet and yellow. Fruits are said to be good for desserts. Note: A German variety that needs another variety of European plum as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9.

 

Silver Prune - H: 30 ft (Myrobalan 29C Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round pale-yellow plums with a sweet flavor. Fruit is good for storage. Note: This variety was a seedling of Coe's Golden Drop. The trees are self-fertile, late bloomers, and very cold hardy. Zone: 4.

 

St. Catherine - H: 30 ft (Myrobalan 29C Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow plums that are good for cooking, drying, and eating fresh. Note: This heirloom variety French variety that was included in the gardens of King Louis XIV. Also, this variety needs another variety of European plum as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9.

 

Sugar Prune - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana rootstock), W: N/A, Sun, Full, Fruit: Medium sized red/purple plums with yellow/green flesh that is sweet. Note: This variety is a biennial producer and is self-fertile. Zone: 5-8. 

 

Yakima - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red oval plums with golden flesh that is sweet, juicy, and freestone and ripens in early September. Note: Partly self-pollinating but should use another European plum like any type of Gage.
 

European Plums (Grafted) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Edinburg - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information available on the fruit, but is an edible type, Note: Rare European plum and should be planted with another European plum for pollination. Zone: 4. 

Golden Transparent - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Bronze/golden skin with red freckles and the flesh has a sugary sweet, apricot like, rich, juicy flavor and ripens in September. Note:  Heirloom European variety and supposedly self-pollinating, but recommend using Bavery Gage, Cambridge Gage, or Early Laxton as a pollinator. Zone: 4.

 

NY-9Ⓡ - H: 15-20ft (Standard rootstock), W: 20 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Blue skinned plums with yellow/green flesh that has a mild sweet flavor. Note: This variety was developed by Cornell University and self-fertile. Zon: 5-8. 

Victoria - H: 30ft (Myrobalan 29C Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Bright pink/purple fruit with pink/orange flesh that are good for desserts and preserves. Fruits are freestone and ripen in August and September. Note: Was introduced in the United Kingdom in the 1840s, self-fertile, and has brittle branches so fruit loads should be thinned. Zone: 5-9.

 

Japanese Plums (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Early Golden - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W:15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Golden plums with a red blush that ripens in late July. Fruit is sweet. Note: Needs heavy thinning and pruning to avoid biennial fruiting and small size fruits, as well, as limb breakage from too heavy of crop load. Variety needs another Japanese plum variety as a pollinator. Seedling was discovered in Fronthill, Canada. Zone: 4-9.

 

Howard's Miracle - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W:15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow round plums which get a pink/red blush. The flesh of the plums is freestone and white. Plums have a sweet and zesty taste with a hint of honey and pineapple. Note: This variety needs another Japanese plum variety such as Santa Rosa as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.

 

Red Diamond- H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W:15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red plums with thick and sweet flesh. Note: Variety is said to be disease and insect resistant. Zone : 5-9.  

 

Shiro - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W:15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow skin and flesh plums that are sweet and juicy. Fruit ripens in late-July and clingstone. Note: Heat tolerant and introduced in the USA in 1899. White blooms and needs another Japanese type of plum to pollinate with like Bubblegum, Methley, Ozark Premium, or Santa Rosa. Zone: 5-9.

 

Vampire - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W:15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large plums that have green/ruby red skin. Flesh of the plums are red and juicy. Note: This variety is very cold tolerant and needs another variety of Japanese plum as a pollinator. Zone: 4

Japanese Plums (Grafted) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Methley - H: 18-20ft, W: 18-20ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized red/purple plums that have mild sweet red flesh. Fruit ripens mid July and are clingstone. Note: Blooms white blossoms, a variety originally from South Africa and introduced to the USA in 1922, and self-fertile but should be planted with another Japanese plum variety to help with pollination. Zone: 4-9. 

 

Santa Rosa - H: 18 - 25 ft (Standard rootstock), W: 18-20 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red/purple plums with yellow clingstone flesh.  Plums are sweet but have a slight tart taste. Fruit ripens in July and is good for canning, dehydrating, and preserves. Note: This variety was introduced in 1906 by Luther Burbank in Santa Rosa, CA. This variety needs another Japanese plum variety as a pollinator. However, this variety is a very good variety for pollinating an array of Pluot varieties. Zone: 5-9. 

 

Shiro - H: 15-20ft (Marianna 2624 Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow skin and flesh plums that are sweet and juicy. Fruit ripens in late-July and clingstone. Note: Heat tolerant and introduced in the USA in 1899. White blooms and needs another Japanese type of plum to pollinate with like Bubblegum, Methley, Ozark Premium, or Santa Rosa. Zone: 5-9.

Plum Apricot Hybrids (Grafted) - 1 gal @ $25.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Flavor Delight - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow/light orange apricot like fruits. Fruits have the plum sweetness but the zest of an apricot. The fruit is also good for baking, eating fresh, and making preserves. Note: Trees are self-fertile but produce a larger crop when planted with an apricot for pollination. Zone: 6-10. 

 

Flavor Grenade - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green elongated plum like fruit with a red blush that have a crisp texture and explosive flavor and ripen late August. Note: Cross between a plum and apricot, needs Flavor King, Dappled Dandy, or Emerald Drop Pluot or Santa Rosa Plum as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.

 

Geo Pride - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red skinned plum like fruit with yellow speckling and yellow flesh that is sweet with a unique plum/apricot flavor and ripens in late July, Note: Cross between a plum and apricot. Use Flavor Supreme or Dappled Dandy Pluot, or Santa Rosa plum as a pollinator. Zone: 6a -9b.

Lyon - H: 10-15 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow/orange fruit that looks like an apricot on the outside but flesh that tastes like a plum. Note: This variety was developed in Europe or Asia. The variety also needs a European plum variety as a pollinator. Zone: 3.

Tlor tsiran - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark purple/red fruit that are oval and fuzzy like an apricot with red and yellow juicy flesh. Fruit ripens in August. Note: It is a naturally occurring hybrid between apricot and myrobalan plums from Russia. Late flowering varieties of apricots or other plum/apricot hybrids can be used for pollinating this variety. Zone: 5

 

Plum Apricot Hybrids (Grafted) - 1.5 gal @ $30.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Flavor Supreme - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red and green mottled fruit. Fruit has deep maroon colored flesh that is crunchy and flavorful.  Note: A cross between a plum and apricot. Needs a Japanese plum or Japanese plum hybrid to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9.

 

Flavor Treat - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large pink/purple fruit that have thick yellow flesh. Fruit is good for appetizers, eating fresh, and fruit salads. Note: Cross between plum and apricot. This variety needs a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.

Mesch Mesch Amarah - H: 10-20 ft (Manchurian Apricot Rootstock), W: 12-18ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round flatten fruit that are said to be black/violet in color. Yellow/orange flesh is juicy and sweet. Note: It is a hybrid between a cherry plum and apricot from Northern Africa. This variety is said to be one of the plum-cot varieties for northern growing. Also, this variety will need a cherry plum or Japanese plum variety as a pollinator. Zone: 5

 

Plum Apricot Hybrids (Grafted) - 2 to 3 gal @ $40.00/each + NYS Sales Tax

Flavor Queen - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round green fruit with amber color flesh. Fruit ripens late in July and is very sweet. Note: A cross between a plum and apricot. Needs a Japanese plum or Japanese plum hybrid to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9.

 

Flavor Supreme - 10-20ft (Prunus americana rootstock), 15-25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red and green mottled fruit. Fruit has deep maroon colored flesh that is crunchy and flavorful.  Note: A cross between a plum and apricot. Needs a Japanese plum or Japanese plum hybrid to pollinate with. Zone: 5-9.

 

Haleardi - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: No information is available at this time. Note: A hybrid between an unknown apricot and plum variety from New Zealand. Zone:5.

 

Spring Satin - H: 10-20 ft (Prunus americana Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Purple/red fruit with orange/red flesh that are very sweet, containing up to 33% sugar. Ripens in July and clingstone. Note: Developed in Byron, GA and introduced in 2002. This variety needs a pollinator such as a Japanese plum like Ozark Premium, Methley, Santa Rosa, or Shiro. Zone: 5-8.

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