Fruit Trees 2017-11-06T10:47:50+00:00

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* P indicates plants will arrive in pots, BR indicates plants will arrive as Bare Root

 

Apples Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Easy Pick Summer Red 500 Yes Late June-Early July Red skin, crisp white flesh with sweet to tangy flavor. BR
Fuji 350-400 Yes Early to Late September Dense, sweet flesh, crisp with long shelf life. Medium reddish-green skin.  Will take summer heat. BR
Granny Smith 400-600 Yes Late September – Early October Bright green apple with pink blush.  Excellent for eating, cooking, and sauce.  High juice content and stores very well. P,BR
Gala 500 Partial Self-Pollinizer Late July – Early August Top-quality, crisp, sweet apple.  Gold skin with red blush.  Will take summer heat.  Plant more than one for better production. BR
Mollies Red Delicious 400 Yes Late August – Early September Firm, sweet, juicy, light yellow flesh of excellent quality.  Well-adapted to mild minter areas. BR
Yellow Delicious 600-700 Yes September – Mid October Produces large, sweet, golden apples that are wonderful eaten fresh or cooked into pies, applesauce and preserves. P
Apricot Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Harcot 700 No Mid June Late bloom, frost resistant, large yellow-orange freestone BR
Helena 500 No Early June Deep Orange Skin, big and juicy, freestone BR
Moorpark 600 No June July Large Brownish-Red skin, rich flavor BR
Golden Amber 600 No Mid June – July Freestone, long blooming period, good for areas w/ late freezes BR
Jujubes Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Honey Jar Jujube 150 No Late September – October Very sweet fruit is slightly larger than Sugar Cane. Small tree, growing to 12-15′. Prolific producer BR
Sugar Cane Jujube 150 No August – September Ping pong ball sized fruit. Extremely sweet crunchy flesh, dark red-brown color when ripe. BR
Plums Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Burgundy 350 Self-fertile July Maroon colored skin,semi-freestone. Prolonged harvest.Productive. BR
Bruce 500 Self-fertile Mid June Produces light red fruit with a sweet and mellow flavor. P
Methley 250 Self-fertile Late May – Early June Small to medium size with a mottled purple peel and juicy red flesh with sweet flavor. P
Morris 650 Self-fertile June – July Produces large red fruit with red, sweet and juicy flesh. Perfect for eating fresh or to be used in cooking. P,BR
Santa Rosa 400 Self-fertile Late June Large, oval fruit with purplish-red skin.  Firm flesh, yellow to dark red near skin.  Rich, pleasing, tart flavor. P,BR
Plumcot Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Spring Satin 750 Yes Late May Apricot meets plum. Any plum can pollinate.Red skin, golden flesh. BR
Persimmon Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Chocolate <200 No October – November Sweet, spicy,firm brown flesh. Non-astrigent. Choice of cooks. BR
Fuyu <200 No November Sweet,mild, never bitter. Non-astrigent and can be eaten while firm. Heat tolerant. Needs well drained soil. BR
Hachiya <200 No Mid October – Late November Sweet, flavorful, and astrigent until fully ripe. When ripe, the fruit will be very soft. P
Pomegranate Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Austin 150-200 No October Large friut with pink skin, high juice content. Sweet with hint of tart. BR
Pears Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Kieffer 400 Self-fertile October – November Large yellow fruit blushed with crimson.  White, juicy, crisp flesh.  Does well in hot climates.  Fire blight resistant. P,BR
Orient 350 Yes August Normally bears after 4 years. Large, excellent quality.Self sterile. BR
Shinko Asian 450 Self-fertile Mid-August – Mid-Septmeber Fire blight resistant.  Medium to large fruit has an excellent, rich, sweet flavor. Stores well. BR
Peaches Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Elberta 800 Self-fertile Late July – Early August Freestone, large, yellow-flesh, very sweet. P,BR
Harvester 750 Self-fertile Late June Freestone. Medium to large. Resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Acidic, good quality peach with sweet yellow flesh. P,BR
June Gold 650 Self-fertile June Produces fruit with sweet, juicy yellow flesh. Freestone. Perfect for eating fresh or for baking. P
Loring 800 Self-fertile Mid-July Large, yellow skin and flesh with red blush. Flesh yellow, firm, melting, an extremely good flavor. Resistant to bacteriosis. P,BR
La Feliciana 400-500 Self-fertile Late June – Early July Freestone. Medium to large peach. Dark red blush on skin. Frim flesh with great texture and flavor. Yellow flesh with red specks. P,BR
Redskin 750 Self-fertile Late July – Early August Produces firm, yellow fleshed fruit with a deep red skin. Perfect for eating fresh, storing or canning. P, BR
Figs Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Black Italian N/A Self-fertile Early Summer and again in Late Summer Large 25′ tree with red pulped, black-skinned fruit. Two crops each year. First on old wood, second crop on new wood. P
Brown Turkey N/A Self-fertile August through frost Medium to large fruit with purple brown skin. Sweet strawberry colored flesh. Best eaten fresh. P
Celeste N/A Self-fertile August through frost Small to medium fruit with purple brown skin. Flesh white with rose center. Firm, juicy, and very sweet. Most frost resistant variety. P
Little Miss Figgy N/A Self-fertile Late summer 4-6′ x 3-4′ dwarf form. Great in containers with dark purple fruits. P
Blackberries Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Arapaho N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless variety. Disease resistant with a long shelf life. Fast grower. Sweet flavor. P
Apache N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless with very upright canes. Very large fruit. Excellent flavor. P
Brazos N/A Self-fertile Mid-late May More acidic and better for canning than fresh eating. Heavy producer of large berries developed at TX A&M. Has thorns. P
Natchez N/A Self-fertile Mid-June Thornless variety, large berries that store well. Semi-upright. P
Blueberries Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
TBA We will update available varieties as they arrive. P
Grapes Chilling Hours Pollinizer Required? Ripening Period Description *P/BR
Black Spanish N/A No August-September Small blackish blue, heavy producer, good for jellies P
Blanc du Bois N/A No July Popular for making white table wine, jelly, or juice. Hints of citrus flavor. Disease resistant. P
Champanel N/A No Early July Large, vigorous red grape with high heat tolerance. Tolerant of akaline soils. Great for jelly. P
Average Years to Fruit from Grafted Fruit Trees
Fruit Tree Years to Fruit
Peach 2 – 4 years
Pear 4 – 6 years
Plum 3 – 6 years
Apricot 2 – 5 years
Apple 3 – 4 years
Persimmon 3 – 4 years