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Apple, Fuji 5

$ 49.99

Apple, Lodi Semidwarf 7

The “early bird” of the orchard. Be the first in your neighborhood to enjoy homemade pies, cider and applesauce. While similar to Yellow Transparent, these apples are larger and keep better. Originates from Trinidad, Washington in 1964. Disease-resistant

$ 69.00

Apple, Stayman Semidwarf 7

This is a fruit tree, grown primarily for the edible fruit it produces. The semi-dwarf variety grows to a height of 12–15' with a spread of 12–15'. The dwarf variety grows to a height of about 10' with a spread of about 10'. Full sun is the ideal conditi

$ 69.00

Apple, Wolf River 5

Named after the place where it was found. Notable for its very large size, primarily used for cooking. The tree is exceptionally cold hardy and disease resistant. White to cream, pale yellow flesh.

$ 49.99

Fig Italian Everbearing 5

This Italian delight is similar to the Brown Turkey but larger. The Italian Everbearing is a large reddish-brown fig with pink sweet flesh. It is a very prolific bearer and will set a new crop after the previous one. So, in a frost-free climate it will pr

$ 49.99

Fig Lattarulla 5

Also known as Italian Honey Fig, Lattarulla is a reliable and hardy fig tree that has been producing delicious figs for many years in the Pacific Northwest. Lattarulla bears good crops of large, greenish yellow fruit with sweet, light amber flesh. Lattaru

$ 59.00

Paw-Paw 4-5'

Pawpaw trees (Asimina triloba) are native to North America, growing wild in much of the eastern and Midwest portions of the United States. The foliage is the sole food source for the Zebra Swallowtail Caterpillar, and the butterflies are attracted to pawp

$ 59.00

Pear Hosui Asian Dwarf 7

Snappy, tangy taste. Produces excellent-quality fruit with a slightly higher acid content than other Asian pears. Tree is moderately vigorous with a slightly spreading nature. Fruit is sweet like a pear and crisp like an apple with lots of juice. Medium t

$ 69.00

Pear Kieffer Dwarf 7

The Kieffer Pear is an old-fashioned favorite, and is the most widely grown pear of the South, found near farm houses from east Texas to Georgia. Kieffer is a large pear with greenish-yellow skin blushed in red and has coarse crisp, juicy, white flesh. Th

$ 69.00

Pear Moonglow Dwarf 7

Big, bold, blushed fruit. This beautiful, Bartlett-type pear is soft and juicy without being mushy. The tree is disease-resistant to fire blight and will bear fruit for years. A strong pollinator for other pear varieties. Full sun. Originates from Marylan

$ 69.00

Pear Shinseiki Asian Dwarf 7

One variety in a vast category of Asian pears, the Shinseiki are medium-sized, round, have yellow skin and are desirable because they are tasty when crisp (at harvest) as well as ripened to a softer, but still firm, texture after many months in cold stora

$ 69.00

Persimmon Fuyu Imoto 7

Imoto Fuyu persimmon tree are small 10-12 foot trees. Fruit are large, square, flattened fruit. Beautiful dark orange when ripe, eat in the crisp stage or allowed to soften. Sweet and mellow cantaloupe flavored fruit. Fruit ripens mid to late October. Can

$ 89.00

Persimmon Jiro 7

Our hardiest Asian persimmon. The name translates to “first life from Jiro”. This bountiful bearer features medium-large, pucker-free fruit that is sweet even when picked firm! Fruit is round to oblate. Seedless. Heat-tolerant. Ripens in September to Octo

$ 85.00

Persimmon Nikitas Gift 7

Nikita’s Gift™ Hybrid Persimmon is from the Nikita Botanic Garden in Yalta, Ukraine, this unique hybrid of Asian and American Persimmon bears bountiful crops of sweet and flavorful, reddish-orange fruit followed by strikingly beautiful, orange-yellow fall

$ 89.00

Plum Elephant Heart Semidwarf 7

Large, baseball-size plums. This variety was developed by Luther Burbank and introduced to home gardeners by Stark Bro’s in 1929. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Fruit is juicy and flavorful – excellent for eating fresh or c

$ 69.00

Plum Green Gage Semidwarf 7

Distinctive flavor! This old world plum variety has become a favorite again for its excellent eating quality and culinary versatility. The tree is a compact grower with attractive blossoms and deep green foliage. The yellow-green fruit has a rich plum-hon

$ 69.00

Plum Methley 5

$ 49.00

White Peach, Belle of Georgia 5

Grow old-fashioned “Georgia Peaches” right at home. Tree is bud-hardy through winter and early spring. Get crops of big, firm white-fleshed fruit with a red cheek. Juicy-sweet fruit is best used for fresh-eating, canning, and delectable desserts. Disease-

$ 49.99

Yellow Peach, Contender 5

Grow peaches in regions where temperatures fall well below zero. This exceptionally hardy variety, perfect for northern gardens, consistently yields large crops of sweet, juicy, medium-to-large fruit. Also features lovely pink flowers that bloom and attra

$ 49.99