Fruit Trees and Shrubs
This is a list of what we will have in stock, and some short descriptions of each plant.
(*) = SELF FRUITFUL
Baldwin: Ripens 10/15 Old time variety, Large red good keeper, for cider, fresh and cooking
Cortland: Ripens 9/20 Heavy producer, red/green, fresh, pies or sauce
Criterion: Ripens 10/15 Looks like Red/Yellow Delicious, multi-purpose, excellent keeper, russet resistant
Delicious, Gold Spur (*): Ripens 9/30 Self fertile, excellent pollinator. Long bearing season. Excellent fresh, cider, sauce
Delicious, Red Bisbee: Ripens 10/5 The prettiest red apple. Mild flavor and medium size.
Empire: Ripens 10/20 Dark red excellent tasting, turns red a week before ripe
Freedom: Ripens 10/1 Disease resistant, flesh is crisp, juicy .Good for juice, cider, or eating fresh.
Golden Russett: Ripens 11/1 The cider apple, long storage life, flesh is fine grained, crisp a late variety.
Granny Smith: (*) Ripens 11/15 Very late green apple, flesh is hard, crisp and juicy. Tart Flavor
IdaRed: Ripens 10/5 Heavy yield, large bright red fruit. Flesh is firm, crisp and juicy; an all purpose variety
Jonamac: Ripens 9/15 Jonathan/McIntosh cross. Milder than Mac, medium sized fruit.
Liberty: Ripens 9/20 A new disease resistant variety, bears heavily, good for all uses, dark red
Lodi: Ripens 7/15 Yellow color, tart taste, by far the earliest apple
Macoun: Ripens 9/15 Dark purple red fruit, excellent flavor, heavy biennial bearer
McIntosh, Rogers: Ripens 9/15 Medium sized red fruit, thin skin, spur variety bares more heavily and is stockier
Mutsu/Crispen: Ripens 10/10 Golden color with a red blush, Fruit is firm, juicy and excellent tasting. Needs pollinizer
Northern Spy: Ripens 11/1 Large, red fruit, very juicy, Stores very well.
Red Fuji # 2: Ripens 11/1 Possibly the best apple yet. Fruit is pinkish red, firm flesh, sweet tart flavor
Stayman's Winesap: Ripens 10/10 Good for cooking or eating. Tart, rich, wine-like flavor. Crisp and firm, dark red
Wealthy: Ripens 10/1 Red, SUPER hardy, Heavy crop, intro 1860 Resistant to scab, firebilght C/A rust
Harcot:(*) Ripens 7/20 Med. to large size freestone fruit, Excellent flavor. Disease resistant.
Moorpark: Ripens 8/15 Large orange fruit with deep blush, produces
Meteor (*): Ripens 7/15 Genetic dwf large bright red fruit, clear juice,yellow flesh
Montmorency (*) (sold out): Ripens 7/15 The standard large pie cherrt tree, clear juice, yellow flesh
Northstar (*): Ripens 7/25 Genetic dwf, large red fruit, red flesh and red juice.
Bing (Sold out): Ripens 7/1 Very large, black fruit, juicy and sweet.
Black Tartarian: Ripens 6/30 Very early dark medium sized cherry, excellent pollinizer for other cherries
Emperor Francis (Sold out): Ripens 7/10 Red blush on yellow fruit, large and beautiful. Resistant to cracking
Royalton: Ripens 7/10 Resists cracking, large firm black fruit, hardy, good pollinizer.
Kristen (Sold out): Ripens 7/15 Extremely hardy, dark red fruit up to 1" diameter
Napolean: Ripens 7/15 aka Royal Ann, Red blushed large yellow oxheart. Best canner.
Stella (*) (Sold out): Ripens 7/25 Self-fertile, large ox-heart dark red fruit. Good pollinizer
Van (Sold out):Ripens 7/15 Very hardy, heavily annual bearing, sweet, dark fruit
Windsor: Ripens 7/20 Very bud hardy for frost pockets, bears heavily, dark fruit
Elberta (*): Ripens 9/5 Excellent for canning/freezing, large fruit
Hale Haven (*): Ripens 8/15 Large yellow freestone. Flesh is juicy, sweet and firm. Good freez
Red Haven (*): Ripens 8/5 Large, nearly fuzzless, good taste, hangs on tree when ripe
Reliance (*): Ripens 8/15 The most cold hardy peach, freestone, very small pit.
Anjou: Ripens 9/25 Light green skin, flesh is very fine textured with a mild flavor, pollinizer for Bartlett
Bartlett: Ripens 9/5 Medium pyriform fruit, yellow skin. Flesh is smooth, distinctive, and juicy. Fresh or canned
Colette: Ripens 8/20 Sweet, juicy, soft white flesh with no grit. Sets fruit all summer
Red Bartlett: Ripens 9/1 Large lemon yellow fruit,, annual bearing
Seckel: Ripens 9/10 BEST flavor, called sugar pear, small, yellow brown, won't pollinate Bartlett
(*) = SELF FRUITFUL
20th Century: Ripens 8/15 Very juicy, crisp white flesh, compact tree. Use Bartlett for pollinizer.
Shinseiki Ripens 9/25 Medium to large yellow fruit. Mile sweet flavor Tree larger than most asians. Bears 2nd year.
Okusankichi: Ripens 9/25 Large, juicy fruit. Very productive tree.
Green Gauge (*): Ripens9/5 green/yellow fruit with amber flesh. Excellent fresh, cooked, or preserved.
Fellemberg (*): Ripens 9/5 Large, oval, freestone, purple fruit. Sweet delicious flavor.
Stanley (*): Ripens 9/5 The standard plum, purple flesh. Eat fresh, dry as a prune, a.k.a. Italian Prune.
Burbank: Ripens 8/20 Large red/purple fruit, firm and meaty Use Superior as pollinizer
Santa Rosa (*): Ripens 8/1 Red fruit, self fruitful and is an excellent pollinator for other Japaneese plums
Superior: Ripens 8/5 Red fruit, bears young, Very hardy use Burbank as pollinator.
Blue Jay: Ripens 7/15 Fruit holds well, a good 1 pick bush, l large juicy fruit, light annual pruning 15 lbs./ bush
Blue Ray: Ripens 7/18 The standard , Large, firm and bright-blue. 4-6ft tall 15 lbs./bush
Elliott (*):Ripens 9/1 Medium sized tart fruit, holds to bush till ripe, easy to pick, self fruitful.
Nelson: Ripens 7/25 High, 7ft, bush. 15/lbs/bush. 5 ft tall Dark blue
Patriot: Ripens 7/15 Medium 4-6 ft, bush. 15/lbs/bush. Large fruit
Spartan: Ripens 7/15 The largest fruit, very good flavor, upright and open, 4-6 ft
Northsky: Ripens 7/15 Beautiful, low, bush plant 18". Hardy to -40.
Concord: Ripens 9/20 Blue. wine, jelly, or eating fresh. The best all around grape, a must have!
Catawba: Ripens 9/15 Red fruit ,best tasting of reds, hardy and very productive
Niagara (Sold out): Ripens 9/15 White, best known and most productive, very sweet
Blue(Alden, Concord, Worden, Stuben)
White (Cayuga, Golden Muscat, Seneca)
Concord (Sold Out): Ripens 9/25 Blue and sweet, the same as its namesake only seedless
Canadice: Ripens 9/20 Red, sweet, and hardy
Himrod (Sold out): Ripens 9/1 Hardy white, Northern equivalent of Thompson Seedless
Blue, Mars Red, Reliance
GRAPE, WINE For 1999:
White, Seyval Blanc 5276, Vidal Blanc 256
Red, Baco noir
Consort Black (*): Ripens 8/1
Red Lake (*): Ripens 7/1 Pies, glaces, or jelly . The best red currant
Pixwell (*): Ripens 8/15 Pies, jelly
Brandywine: Ripens 7/20 Gourmet berry, purple and very sweet
Heritage: Ripens 9/15 Prune in late winter, will bear on new wood in the fall
Latham: Ripens 7/15 Standard home variety
Loch Ness: New thornless cultiver released from the Scottish Research Institute. Train like raspberries, semi erect canes. zone 5-b. Excellent flavor, mid to late season.
Catskill: Ripens 6/20 Very large berries, excellent freezer
Honeoye: Ripens 6/20
Sparkle: Ripens 6/25 Late bearing for cold spots, large juicy, very pretty
Ozark Beauty: Ripens Bears all summer and fall till frost. Good for container and colder areas
Adams (*): Ripens 8/15 A clone of a plant found by Wm Adams of Union Springs in the late 1800s. Large fruit. Excellent for pies, jellies and wine.
Golden (*): Ripens 8/15 Gold foliage, red edible fruit
Fernleaf (*): Ripens 8/15 Excellent for pies, jelly, or wine.
ARCTIC KIWI Actinidia arguta: Varieties not confirmed at this time
CRANBERRY Vaccinium macrocarpon: Varieties not confirmed at this time
LINGONBERRY Vaccinium vitis-idaea: Use as an evergreen groundcover. Plentiful white flowers with red/orange fruit in autumn. Use for jams, and pastries.
BUFFALOBERRY Shepherdia argentea: Similar to Russian olive but smaller and tastier orange / red fruit used for making jelly.
CORNELIAN CHERRY Cornus mas: Early April yellow flowers followed by large red fruit in Sept. Excellent for jams, jellies, and wine.
PAPAW Astimina triloba: Custard filled fruit on a landscape tree