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Fruit trees are available bare root (spring only) or containergrown (all season) and all fruit trees are 5-7' tall

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Connell Red Apple

Crisp, juicy, sweet, greenish-white flesh

Connell Red Apple

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Crisp, juicy, sweet, greenish-whiteflesh

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE:Mid-October

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Fair

Sauce: Fair

Storage: Very good

ZONE: 4

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Fireside Apple

Crisp, juicy, sweet, greenish-white flesh

Fireside Apple

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Crisp, juicy, sweet, greenish-whiteflesh

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE:Mid-October

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Fair

Sauce: Fair

Storage: Very good

ZONE: 3

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Frostbite Apple

Extremely cold hardy, small in size, unusual inappearance, and very sweet

Frostbite Apple

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Extremely cold hardy, small in size,unusual in appearance, and verysweet

BLOOM: Mid/Late

RIPEN DATE: LateSept/Early Oct

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very good

BAKING: Very good

ZONE: 3

OTHER: Small apple

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Goodland Apple

Crisp apple for eating, cooking or juicing

Goodland Apple

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Crisp apple for eating, cooking orjuicing

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: LateSeptember

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Very Good

Sauce: Very Good

Storage: Good

OTHER: Washed RedOver Green

ZONE: 3

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Haralred Apple

Medium sized, deep red fruit

Haralred Apple

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Medium sized, deep red fruit

BLOOM: Late

RIPEN DATE: EarlyOctober

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Very Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Very Good

Zone: 3

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Haralson Apple

Crisp and juicy, having a tart flavor

Haralson Apple

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Crisp and juicy, having a tartflavor

BLOOM: Late

RIPEN DATE: EarlyOctober

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Very Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Very Good

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Honeycrisp Apple

Crisp, with balanced sweetness and acidity

Honeycrisp Apple

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Crisp, with balanced sweetness andacidity

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: LateSeptember

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Very Crisp

EATING: Excellent

BAKING: Good

PIES: Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Excellent

Zone: 3

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Honeygold Apple

Crisp, sweet, and bland

Honeygold Apple

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Crisp, sweet, and bland

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: EarlyOctober

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Good

Sauce: Very Good

Storage: Good

OTHER : Yellow

Zone: 3

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Liberty Apple

Crisp, juicy with a sprightly flavor

Liberty Apple

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('Macoun' x Perdue 54-12) New York,1964. A productive variety that wasselected for its resistance to applescab and cedar-apple rust. Crisp andjuicy with a sprightly flavor. Keepswell into February. Does not requirefungicide sprays. Does very wellwithout spraying.

HEIGHT: Varies

Spread: Varies

EXPOSURE: Full Sun

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McIntosh Apple

Heavy bearer

McIntosh Apple

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Heavy bearer

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: MidSeptember

FLAVOR: Sweet /Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Fair

PIES: Good

Sauce: Very Good

Storage: Fair

OTHER: Heavy bearer

Zone: 4

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Red Prairie Spy Apple

Beautiful red apple with cream-colored streaks

Red Prairie Spy Apple

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Beautiful red apple withcream-colored streaks

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: EarlyOctober

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Firm

EATING: Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Very Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Very Good

Zone: 4

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Snowsweet Apple

Taste sweet, tart and buttery

Snowsweet Apple

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Taste sweet, tart and buttery

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: MidSeptember

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Very Good

Other: Slow toOxidize

Zone: 3

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State Fair Apple

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

State Fair Apple

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: Early

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Poor

Zone: 3

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Sweet Sixteen Apple

Very sweet, with an unusual flavor of sugar cane

Sweet Sixteen Apple

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Very sweet, with an unusual flavorof sugar cane

BLOOM: Mid

RIPEN DATE: MidSeptember

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Good

Sauce: Good

Storage: Fair

Zone: 3

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Wealthy Apple

Very juicy apple, with a tart and sweetstrawberry-like flavor

Wealthy Apple

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Very juicy apple, with a tart andsweet strawberry-like flavor

BLOOM: Early

RIPEN DATE: EarlySeptember

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Texture

EATING: Good

BAKING: Very Good

PIES: Excellent

Sauce: Very Good

Storage: Poor

Zone: 4

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Zestar Apple

Sweet tart taste with a hint of brown sugar

Zestar Apple

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Sweet tart taste with a hint ofbrown sugar

BLOOM: Early

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet/Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Excellent

BAKING: Excellent

PIES: Excellent

Sauce: Very Good

Storage: Good

Zone: 4

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Alderman Plum

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Alderman Plum

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Large

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Black Ice Plum

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Black Ice Plum

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: EarlyAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Good

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Large

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Compass Cherry Plum

Soft texture has a juicy consistency with boldand bright flavors

Compass Cherry Plum

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Soft texture has a juicy consistencywith bold and bright flavors

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly

FR TYPE: Clingstone

COLOR: Red

EATING: Poor

PRESERVES:Excellent

CANNING: Excellent

SAUCES: Excellent

Zone: 3

Other: Requirespollinator, good poll

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Mount Royal Plum

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Mount Royal Plum

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCES: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Medium

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Selfpollinator

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Pembina Plum

Juicy and sweet

Pembina Plum

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Juicy and sweet

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Juicy

TEXTURE: Sweet

EATING: Good

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Medium

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Pipestone Plum

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Very Good

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Large

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Sapalta Cherry Plum

Tart taste and a firm texture

Sapalta Cherry Plum

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Tart taste and a firm texture

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly

FR TYPE: Semi Cling

COLOR: Purple

EATING: Excellent

Zone: 3

Other: Requirespollinator

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Superior Plum

Juicy and can be eaten fresh or used injam-making or other recipes

Superior Plum

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Juicy and can be eaten fresh or usedin jam-making or other recipes

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Juicy

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

Canning: Poor

FRUITSIZE: Large

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Toka Plum

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Toka Plum

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: MidAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Small

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Pollinator

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Waneta Plum

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Waneta Plum

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Sweet taste and a firm texture

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BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Very Good

PRESERVES:Jam/Jelly

SAUCE: Desserts

FRUITSIZE: Medium

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Use Toka topollinate

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Early Gold Pear

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

Early Gold Pear

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: May

RIPEN DATE: EarlyAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Good

Canning: Good

Storage: Fair

Zone: 2

Other: 25 - 30"

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Golden Spice Pear

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

Golden Spice Pear

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: May

RIPEN DATE:September

FLAVOR: Tart

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Fair

BAKING: Poor

PIES: Poor

Canning: Very Good

Storage: Very Good

Zone: 3

Other: 15 - 20'

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Parker Pear

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

Parker Pear

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: May

RIPEN DATE: August

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Tender

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Very Good

Canning: Good

Storage: Very Good

Zone: 4

Other: 12 - 15'

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Summercrisp Pear

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

Summercrisp Pear

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: May

RIPEN DATE: MidAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Crisp

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Fair

PIES: Very Good

Canning: Poor

Storage: Good

Zone: 4

Other: 12 - 15'

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Ure Pear

Sweet taste and a crisp texture

Ure Pear

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Sweet taste and a crisp texture

BLOOM: May

RIPEN DATE: MidAugust

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Very Good

BAKING: Good

PIES: Fair

Canning: Very Good

Storage: Poor

Zone: 3

Other: 15 - 20'

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Chestnut Crabapples

Taste extremely sweet with hints of pear, honey,orange and vanilla

Chestnut Crabapples

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Taste extremely sweet with hints ofpear, honey, orange and vanilla

BLOOM: Early/Mid

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Nut Like

COLOR: Red

EATING: Excellent

STORAGE: Medium

Zone: 3

Other: Requirespollinator, large fruit, superflavor

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Whitney Crabapples

Subacid flavor with a slight astringency

Whitney Crabapples

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Subacid flavor with a slightastringency

BLOOM: Early

RIPEN DATE:Mid/Late August

COLOR: Yellow/Red

EATING: Good

BAKING: Fair

STORAGE: Short

Zone: 3

Other: Requirespollinator, hardy, heavy bearing

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Evans Bali Cherry

Highly productive self-pollinating tree requireslittle maintenance

Evans Bali Cherry

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Highly productive self-pollinatingtree requires little maintenance

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE: August

FLAVOR: Sour/Sweet

COLOR: Deep Red

EATING: Excellent

BAKING: Excellent

Zone: 3

Other:Self-fruitful

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Meteor Cherry

Sweet taste and a firm texture

Meteor Cherry

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Sweet taste and a firm texture

BLOOM: Early July

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly-August

FLAVOR: Mild Acid

COLOR: Bronze Red

EATING: Poor

PRESERVES: Fair

Zone: 4

Other:Self-fruitful

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Northstar Cherry

Red fruit with a small stone

Northstar Cherry

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Genetic dwarf introduced by theUniversity of Minnesota in 1950. Redfruit with a small stone. Veryproductive. A sour pie cherry.Blooms in early May.

BLOOM: Early May

FLAVOR: Sour

COLOR: Red

HEIGHT: 8 - 10'

Spread: 6 - 8'

Exposure: Full Sun

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Sweet Cherry Pie Cherry

Fantastic choice for jams, jellies, and baking

Sweet Cherry Pie Cherry

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Fantastic choice for jams, jellies,and baking

BLOOM: Early July

RIPEN DATE: MidJuly

FLAVOR: Sweet/Sour

COLOR: Dark Red

EATING: Poor

PRESERVES:Excellent

BAKING: Excellent

Zone: 3

Other:Self-fruitful

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Brookcot Apricot

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Brookcot Apricot

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateAugust

FLAVOR: Juicy

TEXTURE: Juicy

COLOR:Yellow/Orange

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES: Good

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Selfpollinator

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Debbie's Gold Apricot

Less sweet taste and firm texture

Debbie's Gold Apricot

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Less sweet taste and firm texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly

FLAVOR: Less Sweet

TEXTURE: Firm

COLOR:Yellow/Orange

EATING: Good

PRESERVES:Excellent

Zone: 3

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Selfpollinator

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Moongold Apricot

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Moongold Apricot

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: LateJuly

FLAVOR: Sweet

TEXTURE: Juicy

EATING: Excellent

COLOR : Lt Orange

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Slightacidity, requires pollinator

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Scout Apricot

Sweet taste and a firm texture

Scout Apricot

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Sweet taste and a firm texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: EarlyAugust

FLAVOR: Mild

COLOR: Bronze/Gold

EATING: Fair

PRESERVES: Good

Zone: 3

Other: Producesmore fruitw/ pollinator

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Sungold Apricot

Sweet taste and juicy texture

Sungold Apricot

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Sweet taste and juicy texture

BLOOM: Late April

RIPEN DATE: EarlyAugust

FLAVOR: Mild/Sweet

COLOR: Clear Gold

EATING: Good

PRESERVES: VeryGood

SAUCES: Fair/Good

Zone: 4

STORAGE: Poor

Other: Requirespollinator

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Contender Peach(available in bare root only)

Sweet, juicy, aromatic and very flavorful

Contender Peach

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Sweet, juicy, aromatic and veryflavorful

Available in bare root only

BLOOM: Early May

RIPEN DATE:Mid/Late August

FR TYPE: Freestone

COLOR: Yellow

EATING: Excellent

PRESERVES:Excellent

CANNING: Excellent

SAUCES: Excellent

Zone: 4

Other: Cold hardy,self-fruitful, sweet

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FAQs

Can I grow peaches in Minnesota? ›

Peaches love warmth more than the other stone fruits, and so are the most limited in varieties that can be grown in Minnesota. If you live in the southern part of the state or have a particularly mild micro-climate in your yard, you might have success with one of the few hardier peach varieties.

Can pear trees grow in Minnesota? ›

Pears are related to apples, but can be easier to grow than apples. Two varieties are generally needed for successful pollination and fruit set. They can be grown organically in Minnesota. Pear trees require full sun to produce the most fruit.

What tree gives most money? ›

Trees used for veneer purposes are the most valuable. Walnut trees are always one of the most demanded trees in the wood industry. Oaks, maples, cherry, and ashes are also valuable trees. A high-quality veneer tree with a large diameter can be worth a lot but they are rare.

What fruit is native to Minnesota? ›

Minnesota has two native blueberries: common lowbush blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium) and velvet-leaf blueberries (V. myrtilloides). Both grow primarily in the northeastern half of the state, but they can be found growing from the furthest northwestern counties all the way to the southeastern corner of the state.

Do I need 2 peach trees to get peaches? ›

Most peach and tart cherry varieties are self-fertile and can be expected to bear fruit with pollen from the same tree or another tree of the same variety. Some varieties of quince and sweet cherry are also self-fertile.

Can you grow pineapple in Minnesota? ›

Perhaps it was because it was the first Minnesota-grown pineapple I ever ate. Or because it was the first pineapple I ever grew myself. Whatever the reason, I had discovered that growing pineapples is pretty easy. Then and there, I decided to become the first pineapple farmer in Minnesota.

Do you need 2 pear trees to produce fruit? ›

Plan to plant at least two varieties of pear trees, as they will need to be cross-pollinated to produce fruit. Make sure the varieties are compatible with each other. Space standard-size trees 20 to 25 feet apart.

Can figs grow in MN? ›

While some types of fig trees can survive and do well in Minnesota winters, most will become stunted and not produce fruit or may even die.

Can an apple tree pollinate a pear tree? ›

In general terms each species can only pollinate others of its own kind - apples will only pollinate other apples, pears will only pollinate pears, and so on. Amongst apples there is generally no distinction between crab apples, cider apples, and mainstream apples - they can all potentially cross-pollinate each other.

Is a tree farm a good investment? ›

Planting forests on your property is an excellent long-term investment. It will take years for the trees to grow, often 25 years or more, but the profits are enormous, and they don't take much day-to-day work. Many farmers use this method to set themselves up for retirement or legacy purposes.

Is owning an orchard profitable? ›

Starting an orchard for profit is a way to make a living on a very small acreage. “One acre can make a person $50,000 per year. You can service a mortgage and make a living on an acre or half an acre growing fruit or vegetables.

Can you make money with fruit trees? ›

Growing fruit trees gives you a way to use your green thumb to make extra cash or turn your labor into a full-time business. The types of fruit you grow and the varieties you plant, such as dwarf, heritage or regular fruit trees, gives you plenty of options to meet your customers' needs.

What trees are worth money to sell? ›

Lumber from trees such as red or white oak, black walnut, paulownia, and black cherry is expensive, and a tree in your yard might contain an impressive quantity of wood.

What trees do Loggers want? ›

Some of the most recognized hardwoods include maple, oak, ash, beech, sycamore, alder and cherry. Another important factor in product value is tree size.

What is the rarest tree in Minnesota? ›

Tsuga canadensis (eastern hemlock) is one of Minnesota's rarest and most imperiled trees.

What is the most poisonous plant in Minnesota? ›

Poison hemlock (Conium maculatum) was introduced to North America in the 1800s as a garden plant. It can be found along streams and roadsides, and in wet areas, fields, and disturbed habitats. This plant is highly poisonous.

What is the oldest tree in Minnesota? ›

The oldest known tree in Minnesota is an Arborvitae thought to be over 1,100 years old. The name Arborvitae, Latin for l'arbre de vie (tree of life) was bestowed by the king of France in the early sixteenth century.

How many years does it take for a peach tree to bear fruit? ›

The average peach tree does not produce fruit in its first year. It typically takes three or four years after planting to start to produce a reasonable crop. A peach tree's fruit production starts in the early spring, when it produces beautiful pink flowers and tiny green peaches.

Can you just plant 1 peach tree? ›

Most types of peach trees are self-fertile, so planting one tree is all that's needed for fruit production.

How many years does it take for a peach tree to produce fruit? ›

Growing a peach tree from seed takes three to four years to produce fruit, so a quicker solution is to purchase a young tree from your local nursery to plant in your home garden. 1. Choose a type of peach tree that grows in your climate.

What fruit tree can grow in MN? ›

Apricots, cherries, peaches and plums.

Will a single pineapple plant produce fruit? ›

This herbaceous perennial has long sword-like leaves growing in a spiral around a central stem. Each pineapple plant will produce one flower stalk and, consequently, one pineapple fruit.

How long does it take to grow 1 pineapple? ›

As a general rule, it will take anywhere from 16 to 24 months to begin seeing fruits. If you live outside a tropical area or plan on growing your pineapple indoors, it can take longer. The long duration in which for them to grow is because it takes 200 flowers to develop into one fruit.

What is the fastest fruit bearing tree? ›

Plum trees not only have delicious fruit, they also produce spring blossom that looks pretty and helps wildlife. 'Plum trees are the fastest growing fruit trees,' says Karim Habibi, co-owner of Keepers Fruit Nursery (opens in new tab) in Kent.

What fruit trees should not be planted together? ›

While most fruits can be grown in close proximity, here are some combinations to avoid growing next to each other:
  • Apples or apricots with peppers or walnuts.
  • Blackberries, nectarines, or pears with raspberries.
  • Blueberries, cherries, corn, grapes, or melons with tomatoes or eggplants.
  • Peaches with plums or raspberries.
7 Sept 2022

Can a peach tree pollinate an apple tree? ›

Can apple and peach trees pollinate each other? Yes, it is possible to pollinate two different apple and peach trees by hand. The problem is that not all apple varieties are compatible with one another. The most commonly used apples are triploids, which need another fruit tree to produce a healthy crop.

Can avocados grow in Minnesota? ›

Also, Avocado trees, according to the U.S Department of Agriculture, will only grow in plant hardiness zones eight through 11. However, avocados only thrive in a handful of states like California, Florida, and Hawaii.

Can lemon trees grow in Minnesota? ›

Yes, you can grow lemons in cold climates (even here in Minnesota), if you have a sunny window and give them some outdoor time each summer. In May, the tree (on the steps behind the rhododendron) spent about a week going in and out of the house as it got used to outdoor conditions.

How cold is too cold for a fig tree? ›

But edible figs, even the most cold-resistant varieties, only tolerate temps down to 20°F, and will suffer true winter damage below 15°F (except 'Chicago Hardy').

Do I need 2 plum trees to produce fruit? ›

Most plum trees are not self-pollinating, so you will need to plant at least two plum trees to bear fruit. When planting a plum tree, it is important to make sure that the variety you choose will grow well in your climate. European, Japanese, and Damson plum varieties are available depending on your location.

What happens if you plant fruit trees too close together? ›

It also means that you might get a lot of the same fruit all at once, resulting in spoilage. With limited space, it is more of a challenge to ensure proper cross pollination and harvest over a long season.

Do I need a male and female apple tree? ›

Like all fruit trees, apples need to be pollinated if they are to set fruit. This involves the transfer of pollen from the stamen (the male part of the flower) to the stigma (the female part).

What tree makes the best lumber? ›

Douglas-fir, popularly known as Doug-fir, is undoubtedly the best and most common structural lumber. It is most architects' and engineers' go-to lumber species and this is not just because of its remarkable dimensional stability. It is also among the strongest and most durable softwood lumbers.

Is tree farming worth it? ›

Planting forests on your property is an excellent long-term investment. It will take years for the trees to grow, often 25 years or more, but the profits are enormous, and they don't take much day-to-day work. Many farmers use this method to set themselves up for retirement or legacy purposes.

Which tree gives fruit fastest? ›

1. Papaya. Growing up to 20-25 feet tall, papaya starts bearing fruits early. The tree leaves are deeply lobed, and the fleshy orange fruit has a sweet, musky taste.

Which trees release the most oxygen? ›

Which trees give off the most oxygen?
  • Pines are at the bottom of the list in terms of oxygen release because they have a low Leaf Area Index.
  • Oak and aspen are intermediate in terms of oxygen release.
  • Douglas-fir, spruce, true fir, beech, and maple are toward the top of the list for oxygen release.

What wood is poisonous burning? ›

Poisons. Watch out for any wood covered with vines. Burning poison ivy, poison sumac, poison oak, or pretty much anything else with "poison" in the name releases the irritant oil urushiol into the smoke.

What wood should you not burn? ›

Don't burn treated, painted, or sealed wood in your fireplace. Treated/painted/sealed wood will release chemicals during burning, many of which are cancer-causing chemicals. Don't burn green/wet wood in your fireplace.

What tree has the weakest wood? ›

What is the softest wood?
  • Paulownia: 300 lbf(1,330 N)
  • Monkey Puzzle: 320 lbf (1,420 N)
  • European Silver Fir: 320 lbf(1,420 N)
  • Atlantic White Cedar: 350 lbf(1,560 N)
  • Yellow Buckeye: 350 lbf(1,560 N)
  • Eastern White Pine: 380 lbf(1,690 N)
  • Sugar Pine: 380 lbf(1,690 N)
  • Maritime Pine: 390 lbf(1,740 N)

What makes a good sellable tree? ›

You will have a better chance of selling if it is a valuable species in your area. It is also good to have more than one tree. Know the tree's circumference. Bigger trees mean more volume and will have a better chance of attracting a buyer.

Can I make money by planting trees on my land? ›

Forestry as an investment

As with most assets, there are two main ways to make money from trees: capital gains and income. So you can buy a plot of woodland and hope that it goes up in value by the time you come to sell it. Or you can buy a forest and sell the timber that it produces.

Can I make money planting trees? ›

Trees represent a profitable and renewable resource and can be grown in an urban backyard or small rural acreage that has minimal space available. Additionally, trees are not a seasonal crop like vegetables or flowers, making them a versatile supplemental income when sold.

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