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FRUIT TREES

Our selection of hardy fruit trees in stock

Contender Peach
A freestone peach with bright yellow flesh.
Cold-hardy and tolerant of spring frosts.
Sweet, extra-juicy fruit is an absolute delight for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing.
Self-fruitful.
Ripens mid to late August.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: 12-15'
Spread: 15-18'
Zone: 4-8

Honeycrisp Apple
Exceptionally crisp, sweet and juicy, this medium sized red apple is a must for any home or orchard.
Blooms mid-season, ripens late September and has excellent storage life, up to 7 months!
Self sterile, needs pollinator.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: Varies
Spread: Varies
Zone: 4-7

Lapin Cherry
These dark mahogany-red cherries are some of the largest and juiciest that grow on trees.
The sweet taste is wonderful for baking and cooking.
The fruit is resistant to browning, ripens late July to early August.
Self-fruitful, no pollinator needed.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: 15-20'
Spread: 10-12'
Zone: 5-8

Parker Pear
Parker Pear has large yellow-bronze fruit.
It is popular for its fine-grained, tender juicy flesh and delicious sweet flavor; great for fresh eating and desserts.
It matures in mid-August, pick before it ripens.
Needs pollinator, use 'Patten' pear.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: 12-15'
Spread: 8-12'
Zone: 3-8

Reliance Peach
Rounded fruit is yellow with a red blush and medium in size.
Flesh is soft and juicy.
Good for fresh eating, pies and canning. Ripens in mid-summer, and is one of the hardiest yellow fleshed peaches available.
Self-fruitful, no pollinator needed.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: 18-20'
Spread: 12-15'
Zone: 5-8

Summercrisp Pear
Fruit is best when it is green with a red blush and 3-4" long; at this time the pear is very sweet, crisp and may be stored for two months.
Great for fresh eating. Produces fruit in mid-August.
Needs pollinator, use 'Parker' or 'Patten' pear.
Exposure: Full Sun
Height: 12-15'
Spread: 8-12'
Zone: 3-8

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