Self-Pollinating; Mid bloom period. Ripens late August to mid-September. Round, Bright red fruit with firm, crisp, juicy, white flesh. Tart, sprightly flavor resembling Jonathan. Outstanding dessert apple; good for drying. Hangs well on tree. Better keeper than most summer varieties. Tree is productive, winter hardy, scab and mildew resistant. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Self-Pollinating; Mid Bloom Period. Ripens in late October. New late-season apple from New Zealand. Medium to large fruit of very high quality. Orange-red blush over yellow background. Crisp, tangy flavor, making this a very desirable apple for eating fresh, desserts and cooking. Trees start to bear at an early age. Stores well. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Requires Pollinator; Early Bloom Period. Ripens late September to late October. McIntosh type with better color and flavor, longer shelf life and refrigerated keeping ability. Medium size, round, firm, dark, waxy fruit. Creamy white, crisp, juicy, moderately sub-acid flesh. High quality dessert apple; also good for cider. Vigorous, upright, early bearing tree. Sets heavy bloom, produces annually. Hardy to -30° F. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Requires Pollinator; Mid bloom period. Ripens late October. Orchardists really love this apple, and many Red Delicious fans now plant Red Fuji. The Tree bears at a young age. The sweet, crisp apples keep their "just picked" flavor for many months when refrigerated. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Requires pollinator; Mid-to-late Bloom Period. Ripens early September. Apple experts' number one choice for an early fresh-eating or dessert apple. This is a handsome, elegant, medium-sized apple from a strong tree that is a compact grower. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Sterile - Requires pollinator; Early bloom period. Ripens from early August to mid-September. Large, round to slightly flattened, orange-yellow fruit with red stripes. Thin skin. Crisp, juicy, fine grained, yellow-white flesh Known for fine flavor. Unexcelled for cooking; makes wonderful pies, desserts, sauces and cider. Large, vigorous tree. Originated in Germany in 1873. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Requires Pollinator; Late bloom period. Ripens mid-September. Consistently large - 3" or more in diameter. Cream-colored flesh, crisp and melting, with mild, sweet flavor and delicate aroma. Outstanding new dessert apple. Tree produces reliably even where winter temperatures are severe. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Sterile - Requires pollinator; Mid bloom period. Ripens from mid-September to late October. Large fruit, striped red over bright yellow. Firm, snappy-crisp, juicy, slightly tart flesh. Superb, rich, full flavor. One of the finest for dessert and eating qualities; good cooking properties. Store in refrigeration for three months. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Self-Pollinating; Mid bloom period. Ripens in mid-to-late October. Large, flattened fruit. Yellow -green skin flushed and streaked dark red with russet spots, Firm, coarse, juicy, creamy white flesh. Slightly acid flavor. Very good cooking and dessert quality. Best for eating after Christmas when it develops its fruity aroma. Stores until April. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Self-Pollinating; MidBloom Period. Ripens Late September. Oblong, green fruit turns yellow at maturity and is overlaid with pink or light red. Fine-grained, white flesh. Sought for its brilliant pink color, sweet-tart flavor and crunchy texture. Has excellent storage life that extends at high quality for 6 to 8 months. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Self-Pollinating; Mid Bloom Period. Ripensearly July to early August. Medium to large fruit with transparent pale yellow skin. Crisp, very sweet, juicy, white flesh is very light in texture. A good flavored fruit, it is excellent for cooking; some say it makes the best sauce. Wonderful for pies or for eating fresh. Where summers are hot, commonly picked while on the green side and used in the kitchen. Tree bearsyoung and heavily. Scab resistant. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
ESPALIERED AND 4-WAY
Espaliered trees are easily trained into fencing, borders and against walls, and are regularly grafted to include from 2 to 4 different varieties of apple on one tree. CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Requires Pollinator. Ripens from mid-August to mid-September. Large, smooth, attractive fruit that is golden yellow, slightly blushed with red. Flesh is tender, juicy, buttery with high dessert quality. The leading pear variety both commercially and for home use. Outstanding canning variety. Trees bear young with compact upright growth.
Requires Pollinator. Large, broad-based, narrow necked, greenish-yellow fruit with red blush and light russet. Rich, juicy, firm, sweet, finely textured flesh. Premium dessert pear. Needs a month of cool storage for good ripening.
Requires Pollinator. Small to medium, faded yellow fruit with slight bronze russet. Crisp, crunchy, juicy flesh. Exceptional, sweet taste. Stores through September. Tree is a strong grower and moderate yielder. Ripens from mid-July to early August
Requires Pollinator. Ripens late-August. Medium sized, round, long stemmed fruit with green mottling on thin, tender skin. Very juicy, crisp flesh, with mild flavor. Excellent quality, stores through January. The consistency of an apple and the flavor of a pear; hence, the common name “pear-apple”. Highly productive, medium-sized, drought tolerant tree.
Requires Pollinator. Ripens August - September. Vary in color from a light red vertical striping over a green background to a dark, solid maroon. The red color is the only difference between a Red Bartlett and Bartlett pears.
Requires Pollinator. Ripens from early to mid-October. Medium size, oval, brownish green fruit. Firm, crisp, apple-like flesh with rich, sweet, distinctive flavor. One of the best Asian keepers. Keeps until spring in cold storage. Tree is a precocious, annual bearer.
Requires Pollinator. Ripens mid-June/early-July. Very large, purple-black fruit when fully ripe. Excellent quality, firm, juicy, and sweet. One of the finest commercial sweet cherries in the western states. Highly productive tree.
Requires Pollinator. Ripens Mid-June, Early-July Medium large, heart shaped fruits varies from purple-black to red, depending on site. Thick, tender, juicy, dark red flesh. Rich, sweet, full bodied flavor. Exceptionally productive once established. Excellent for home orchard. Bears early. Good pollinator for dark sweet cherries!
Self-Pollinating. Ripens Late-June. A medium size, dark red cherry with good quality and flavor. One of the most popular sour cherries in America for home and commercial use. A good pollinator for other cherries.
Requires Pollinator. Ripens a few days before Bing. Large, light colored, very attractive yellow cherry with red blush. Firm, yellow-white and finely textured flesh. Distinct flavor superior to most varieties. Fruit resistant to cracking. Hardy tree, bears early with good bud hardiness.
Self-Pollinating. Ripens mid-June. Good sized, heart-shaped black cherry. Sweet and moderately firm. Appearance and flavor similar to Lambert. Does very well west of the Cascades. More crack resistant than Bing. Good pollinator for other sweet cherries.