Fruit Trees

APPLES

POTTED SEMI-DWARF APPLES

12‘-15’ TALL 14’ WIDE

4-5 Years to bear fruit on average

We recommend planting 2 varieties of apples to insure pollination. If your tree is within 100’ of another apple tree, pollination will take place. Don’t forget to wrap the trunk of your fruit tree for winter protection

Chestnut Crab

Jonagold

Cortland

Lodi

Delicious, Red

Liberty (Lodi pollinator)

Delicious, Yellow

McIntosh

Fireside

Sweet Sixteen

Haralred

Wealthy

Honeycrisp

Zestar

Jonathan

 

PLUMS

LaCrescent (Yellow, sweet, medium, early August)

Pipe Stone (Red- Gold blush, sweet, late August)

Superior Dwf. (Red, large, sweet, juicy, August) needs pol

Toka Dwf. (Apricot Color, medium, richly flavored, Mid August)

Need 2 plums to insure pollination

 

PEARS

Bartlett Dwf. (Large, Juicy, good quality, very hardy)

Luscious Dwf. (Medium yellow, juicy, sweet, mid Sept)

Need 2 Pears for pollination

 

CHERRIES

Meteor Semi Dwarf(sweetest sour cherry, early July

Montmorency Semi Dwarf (Large, tart, firm, red)

Northstar, Dwarf, 8’-10;’ (Dark red, juicy, meaty)

Need only one but will have more cherries with two

PEACH

Baily Hardy Peach (Good size,eating,semi-freestone,self- pollinating)

Polly-Semi Dwf. (White –Juicy-Hardy, self-pollinating)

Reliance Peach Dwf.(Freestone, juicy flavor, med. size)

Elberta Peach Large yellow canning & eating peach,

Note: Will have some die-back in –15 degree or colder

Self pollinating only need one tree

 

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