Fruit Trees

LARGE Bare Root Fruit Trees

All Trees are Semi-dwarf unless noted otherwise

Apples – $30

  • Chehalis (Early Season)
    • Tree is upright and spreading. Fruit is large. Skin color is greenish yellow with pink blush. Apple is crisp and juicy. It is good for desserts and cooking. Very resistant to scab.
  • Honeycrisp (Mid Season)
    • Fruit is large size. Skin color fluorescent red. Apple has a sweet-tart flavor. Red Delicious and Snowdrift Crab are good pollinizers
  • Cox orange Pippin – (Mid/Late Season)
    • Apple is red and yellow. Flesh is firm and juicy. Good for dessert and processing.
  • Spitzenburg (Late Season)
    • Skin color is red dotted with yellow. Apple is crisp and fine-grained.
  • Pink Lady (Late Season)
    • Fruit is oblong with pink blush over yellow overtone. Flesh is creamy white. Flavor is sweet-tart. Long storage life.
  • Granny Smith (Late Season)
    • Tree is upright and spreading. Fruit is large. Skin color is bright green with white dots. Apple is tart and juicy. Good for fresh eating and for sauces. Good keeper.
  • Crabapple Snowdrift – $35
    • Great for pollinating apple trees. A strong, uniform tree with broad rounded form. Grows in height to 20′ with equal spread. Leaf is a glossy green. Flower is a single that has a pink bud, blooming white and fragrant. Fruit is bright red. Zone 4.

Pear – $30

  • Bartlett (Early Season)
    • Vigorous tree. Fruit medium to large. Skin color green and ripens to a yellow. Pear is sweet and tender. Good for fresh eating and canning. Ripens without cold storage
  • Red Barlett – (Early season)
    • Vigorous tree. Fruit is medium to large. Skin color red. Pear is sweet and tender. Good for fresh eating and canning. Ripens without cold storage.
  • Summercrisp Dwarf (Early/Mid Season)
    • Tree is very heady and productive. Fruit is green with a very distinct red blush. Fire blight free. Sweet and crisp.
  • Bosc (Mid Season)
    • Tree is large with upright growth. Fruit is large and narrow shaped with a long neck. Skin color is dark yellow with russet. Pear is juicy, sweet and tender. Good for canning, and fresh eating.
  • Ubileen – Dwarf (Early Season)
    • Fruit is yellow with a red blush. Tree is very vigorous and productive. Disease resistant.

Peaches – $30

  • Early Elberta (Early Season)
    • Peach is medium to large. Skin color is yellow with some red blush. Peach is a freestone; better flavor than Elberta. Good for canning or freezing.
  • Redhaven (Early Season)
    • Early-harvest season with a long ripening season. Tree is medium in size and spreading. Fruit is medium in size. Skin color is red, lightly blushed with yellow. Peach is semi-freestone that is sweet and juicy. One of the best for canning.
  • Frost (Early/Mid Season)
    • New and resistant to leaf curl. Good in cold regions. Much like the Red Haven. Tree is vigorous and very productive. Suncrest Mid Firm, large freestone. Red blush over yellow skin. Hardy in cold sections of the North.
  • Vivid (Mid Season)
    • Bright red, high quality fruit. Productive, vigorous tree. Yield is large. Freestone
  • Hale Haven (Mid Season)
    • Tree grows very quickly and is a very heavy producer. Fruit is medium to large. Skin color is greenish yellow with red blush, skin is very sweet. Peach is a freestone and is juicy and flavorful. Very hardy tree.

Prune – $30

  • Brooks (Late Season)
    • Tree breaks early and is a heavy producer. Fruit is large and oval in shape. Skin color is purplish black. Prune is sweet with some acid. Oregon prune, good for drying and canning.

Nectarine – $30

  • Hardired (Mid Season)
    • Fruit is medium size with red blush on yellow skin. Resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Nectarine is freestone. Good for fresh eating. Hardy.

Apricot – $30

  • Wenatchee-Moorpark (Mid Season)
    • Tree bears annually. Fruit is large and oval, somewhat flattened. Skin color is orange and yellow. Apricot has good flavor. Good in the Northwest.

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