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Fruit Trees

  • All the fruiting trees which we sell are grown here on the farm. Trees are either grafts of our own stock or bareroot purchased from larger wholesale nurseries and private collectors.
  • We have a NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets Nursery Growers License.
  • Availability of plant stock is subject to change as we receive orders.
  • Plant stock availability on the website will be updated every Monday.
  • At this time we do not offer shipping or delivery of potted plants.
  • Plant orders are available for pickup by appointment only on the farm or at farmers market after May 15th 2022.
  • We ask that all appointments please be made at least 3 days prior to the date of pickup.
  • In the case of crop failure for any plant/product ordered, we will refund the full price of the plant/product.
  • Once the plant/product is picked up we cannot accept returns/exchanges.
  • If there is an issue with the plant please contact us at  ortfarmilyfarm.com. Please also allow up to 1 week for us to look into the matter and reply .
  • For any questions on the plants or ordering, please feel free to reach out to us at 607-583-2467 or [email protected] 

Apples

These are the following varieties of apple trees we carry in 2 gal pots:


Ashemads Kernal - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small bright green apples with a golden russet that ripen in October and can store through New Years. Apples are good for cider, cooking, fresh eating, juicing, salads, and more. Note: An old English apple variety dating back to the 1700's. Pollination of this variety is difficult, but Golden Delicious seems to be good at pollinating it. Zone: 4.


Blenheim Orange - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety found in Idaho by Boundary County Orchard Restoration Project - BCORP. Needs another apple or crabapple tree as a pollinator. Zone: 3.  


Ben Davis - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large bright red and yellow apples. Apples have firm coarse flesh and ripen in September. Fruit is good for apple sauce, baking, and eating fresh. Note: Variety was developed in America in the 1800's. Best pollinators for this variety include: Burgundy, Cortland, CrimsonCrisp, Enterprise, Freedom, GoldRush, Granny Smith, Jonathan, Keepsake, Northern Spy, Nova Spy, Red Delicious, Spitzenburg, Sweet Sixteen, Winter Banana, and more. Zone: 3-7.


Gala - H: 12-15ft (Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Striped red/orange skin with a crisp flesh and has a sweet and tart flavor. Fruit ripens in early September and is goof for fresh eating, cooking, and storage. Note: A cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd's Orange Red by J.H. Kidd in 1934 in New Zealand. Zone: 5-8.

 

Golden Reinette - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow apples with red streaks. Apples have creamy flesh that is crisp and has a fruity flavor, as well as, a sweet sharp flavor. Note: An old English variety dating back to the 1600's. Trees are apple scab resistant. Needs another apple or crabapple tree as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.


GoldRush - H: 12-15ft (Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow apples with a red blush that ripen in November and have a crisp, firm, and sweet flesh. Good for baking and storage. Note: A Golden Delicious cross and resistant to apple mildew, apple scab, and fire blight. Zone: 5-8.


Grenadier Red Flesh - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red apples with pink flesh that are good for cooking. Note: Trees are very disease resistant. English variety. Good pollinators for this variety include Braeburn, Cox's Orange Pippin, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Irish Peach, and other. Zone: N/A. 


Red Gravestein - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Crimson/purple apples with white flesh that is crisp and sweet. Apples are good for cider, cooking, fresh eating, juice, sauce and pies. Fruit ripens in July/August. Note: Variety first described in 1797. Good pollinators for this variety include Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Red Astrachan, and Winterstein. Note: Zone: 5-10. Sold Out


King David - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size dark red apples that have yellow flesh that is crisp, firm, juicy, and spicy. Note: The variety is said to be apple scab, cedar apple rust, and fireblight resistant. The variety is a cross between Arkansas Black and Jonathan apples that was found by Ben Frost in Washington County, AK in 1893. Best pollinators for this variety includes: Black Oxford, Cortland, Dolgo, Empire, Enterprise, Frostbite, Fuji, GoldRush, Honeycrisp, Kerr (crab), Northland (crab, Nova Spy, Sansa, Winter Banana and more. Zone: 5-9. Sold Out


King of Tompkins County - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Very large red apples that are red and green. Apples have yellow flesh that are crisp and tender with a subacid flavor. Fruit ripens in mid-October and are good for making cider. Note: Variety was discovered in NJ in 1750. However, it was introduced by Jacob Wycloff of Tompkins County, NY in 1804/1805. Good pollinators for this variety include: Black Oxford, Cortland, Empire, Enterprise, Fuji, Ginger Gold, Honeycrsip, Ida Red, Jonathan, McIntosh, NovaSpy, Winter Banana, Wolf River, and more. Zone: 4-9. Sold Out


Liberty (Semi-Dwarf rootstock, grafted) - H: 6-14ft, W: 8-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red fruit that are sweet, juicy and crisp. Fruit ripens in September and is good for baking and eating fresh, Note: Very disease resistant and developed at the NY Agricultural research Station in Geneva NY from Macoun and Japanese flowering crabapples, Zone: 3.


Mountain Rose - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Green apples that have a orange/red blush and dark red flesh that is sweet/tart. Apples ripen in early September and are good for baking, juicing, salads, and sauce. Note: Variety discovered by Bill Schulz near Airlie, OR. Best pollinators for this variety include Arkansas Black, Enterprise, Empire, Jonathan, Liberty, Mutsu, Wealthy, Winesap, and more. Zone: 4. 


Newtown Pippin - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green/yellow apples with golden russet and white spots. Apples have a yellow/green flesh that is aromatic, crisp, fine fleshed, and firm, and have piney tartness. Fruit ripens in October Note: An old American variety that was raised by settles on Long Island in the early 1700's and introduced to England in 1750. Trees fruit biennially and are susceptible to many apples disease. Zone: 4-8.


1965 - H: 30ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety Note: Late bloomer developed in Geneva, NY. Needs another apple or crabapple variety as a pollinator. Zone: 3.


Nothern Spy - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red/green apples with thin skin and sweet/tart flavor. Fruit ripens October through November are good cooking, fresh eating, and storage. In fact, apples keep in storage for up to 5 months. Note: Variety originated in East Bloomfield, NY in the 1800's. Good pollinators for this variety include: Black Oxford, Enterprise, Ginger Gold, GoldRush, Golden Delicious, Kingston Black, Red Delicious, Winter Banana and more. Zone: 4-8. 


Pear Apple - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare apple variety with a distinct pear shape. Needs another apple as a pollinator. Zone: 3.


Pigonette Rouge - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size yellow, red blushed, russeted fruit that is acid. Note: Needs another apple as a pollinator. Zone: 3.


Redlove Calypso (M7 Semi-dwarf rootstock, grafted) - H: 12-16ft, W: 14ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red fruit with a dark red flesh that is aromatic and sweet. Fruit ripens in late September - early October and is good for cider making and storage, The fruit also has 30-40% higher anthocyanins(pigments that have possible antioxidant effects) than average apple varieties, Note: Apple scab ad powder mildew resistant. Developed by Markus Kobelt in Switzerland, Zone: 3.


Redlove Era (M7 Semi-dwarf rootstock, grafted) - H: 12-16ft (M-7 Semi dwarf rootstock), W: 14ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red with red flesh that is crisp and juicy with a hint of tartness. Good for eating fresh, juice, and long storage, Note: Very disease resistant and productive, Zone: 3.


Redlove Odysso (M7 Semi-dwarf rootstock, grafted) - H: 12-16ft (M-7 Semi-dwarf rootstock), W: 14ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red fruit with red flesh that are very aromatic and sweet. Fruit ripens late September - early October and stores long, Note: Resistant to apple scab and powdery mildew, Zone: 3.


Reinette du Canada - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium/large misshapen yellow/green apples with a red blush and golden russet. Apples are good for cooking and ripen in October. Note: An old French variety of apple that was first described in 1771. Best pollinators for this variety include: Grimes Golden, Newtown Pippin and others. Note; This variety is a triploid and cannot pollinate many other varietals of apples. Zone: N/A.


Restorium - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety found in Idaho by Boundary County Orchard Restoration Project - BCORP. Needs another apple or crabapple tree as a pollinator. Zone: 3.


Smokehouse - H: 12-16ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Flat, round apples with green/red stripes. Flesh of fruit is yellow in color, juicy, and has a cider taste to it. Apples are good for cider, desserts, and fresh eating. The fruits also will store for 3+ months and ripens in September. Note: This variety was a seedling of the Vandevere apples and grew next to William Gibbson's Smokehouse in Lampeters County, PA in 1837. Variety shows some resistance to fireblight. Needs another variety of apple to pollinate with such as Ben Davis, Empire, Golden Delicious, and more. Zone: 3-8.


Summer Rambo - H: 12-15ft, W: 12-15 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large round red/green apples with tiny white spots. Apples have yellow flesh which is crisp and juicy. Fruit ripens in August/September and also good for cider, eating fresh, juice, and sauce. Note: Old French variety that was developed around the 16th century. Variety needs another pollinator such as Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Jonagold, Rome Beauty, Strakspur Red, and more. Zone: 4-8.


Viginnia Winesap - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red/purple apples that have yellow flesh which is crisp, firm, and juicy. Apples can be used for baking, cider, and storage. Fruit ripens in . Note: Variety is highly resistant to cedar apple rust and moderately resistant to fireblight and powdery mildew. Unfortunately, variety is very susceptible to apple scab. Also, the variety is a redder sport of the Winesap apple variety that was found in Troutville, VA in 1922. Best pollinators for variety include Pink Lady, Pixie Crunch, Sansa, and more. Zone: 3.


Yellow Transparent - H: 12-15ft (Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Pale yellow, medium size apples that are crisp. Fruit ripens in mid to late July and good for apple sauce. Note: Heirloom variety that originated in Russia around 1870 and needs another early apple variety as a pollinator. Zone: 3-7.


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Photo Source: Roger Ort, Ort Family Farm

Apples
$40.00

Apricots

These are the following varieties of apricots we carry in 2 gal:


Harcot - H: 15-20ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large yellow/orange apricots with red blush and have freestone, juicy and sweet flesh. Fruit good for canning, cooking, and freezing. Note: Variety is a late bloomer and avoids frost damage. Trees bloom pink flowers and are resistant to brown rot and perennial canker. The variety was also developed in Canada in 1977s. Self-fertile as well. Zone: 5-7.


Harlyne - H: 12-15ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size yellow/orange apricots with red blush. Flesh of fruit is sweet and freestone. Apricots good for canning, eating fresh, and freezing. Variety ripens 2 weeks after Harcot and is a late season variety. Variety ripens in late August. Note: Variety was developed by the Harrow Research Center in Ontario, Canada and released in 1980. The variety is resistant to bacterial leaf spot, brown rot, and canker. Also, this variety needs another apricot variety to pollinate with. Zone: 4.


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Apricots
$40.00

Cherries, Cornelian

We carry the following varieties of Cornelian cherries in 2 gal pots:


Coral Blaze - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Sweet, bright red fruit that ripens late August to early September. Good for fresh eating, ice cream, and reserves. Note: Resistant to Dogwood Anthracnose, bears large crops, and out of the Ukrainian breeding program. Needs another Cornelian Cherry variety as pollinator. Zone: 4-8.


Elegant - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Sweet, dark red, pear shaped fruit that is good for fresh eating and ripens in late August, Note: Native to Europe and Asia, and needs another Cornelian Cherry variety as a pollinator, Zoe: 4-8.


Exotica - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit Bright red, pear shape, and delicious fruit that ripens in late August to early September. Good for fresh eating, juice, preserves, and wine, Note: Native to Europe and Asia and needs another Cornelian Cherry variety as a pollinator, Zone: 4-8.


Pioneer - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large, sweet, red, pear shaped fruit that ripens in September, Note: Native to Europe and Asia. Needs another variety of Cornelian Cherry to pollinate with, Zone: 4/5.


Red Dawn - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large, sweet/tart fruit that ripens in late August to early September, Note: Ukrainian variety, native to Europe and Asia, easy variety to grow, disease resistant, ad needs another Cornelian cherry variety to pollinate with, Zone: 4-8.


Red Star - H: 10-12ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large elongated dark red fruit that ripens in August, Note: Need another Cornelian Cherry to pollinate with ans is native to Europe and Asia, Zone: 4-8.


U-26 - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Dark red, olive shape, delicious fruit that ripens in late August to early September. Fruit can be used for fresh eating, juice, preserves and wine. Zone: 4-8.


Yellow - H: 8-10ft, W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: One inch long, bright yellow, sweet/tart fruit that ripens in late August to early September. Good for compotes, jams, and jellies.


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Cherry, Cornelain
$40.00

Cherries, Sour

Sumadinka - H: 16-20ft (Mazzard Standard Rootstock), W: 22ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red sour fruit that ripen mid-July and are good for baking and eating fresh. Note: Self-fertile, early bloomer, blooms white flowers, and is a good pollinator for other cherries. It is also a Russian variety that is a cross of Köröser Weichsel and Heimanns Konservenweichsal cherries that was done by Dr. Asen Stančević and Dr. Petar Mišić in 1969 and released in 1984. Zone: N/A. Pot size: 2 gal. Sold Out.


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Cherries, Sour
$40.00

Cherries, Sweet

These are the following sweet cherry varieties we carry in 2 gal pots:


Black Pearl - H: 12-16ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red/black cherries with red flesh that is juicy and sweet. Fruit is good for canning, cooking, eating fresh, and sauce. Note: Fruit is resistant to rain cracking and trees are resistant to canker. Variety needs another sweet cherry variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9.


Black Republic - H: 12-15ft (Colt Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large dark red/black cherries that are sweet. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety was introduced by Seth Lewelling in 1860 in OR. This variety needs another sweet cherry variety as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.


Black Star - H: N/A, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red cherries which are semi-firm and sweet. Cherries are not very prone to cracking. Note: Self-fertile variety that was developed by the University of Bologna in Italy by crossing Lapins and Burtlatt Cherries in 1985. Zone: 5-8.


Compact Stella - H: 12-15ft (Colt Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large black cherries that sweet and tasty. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety is self-fertile. Zone: 5-8. 


Crimson Passion - H: 16-20ft (Mazzard Standard Rootstock), W: 22ft, Sun; Full, Fruit: Dark red fruit with crimson flesh. Fruit has a sweet and juicy flavor, and ripens in June/July. Good for baking, cooking, fresh eating, and juice. Note: Cross between Kerr Easy Pick and Cacanski Rubin by the University of Saskatchewan, white flowers, self-fertile. Zone: 2a.


Emperor Francis - H: 16-20ft (Mazzard Standard Rootstock), W: 22ft, Fruit: Red, medium size, crisp, sweet fruit that are good for baking, fresh eating, and preserves. Fruit is resistant to splitting and cracking. Fruit ripens in June/July. Note: Originated in the United Kingdom in the early 1900s, needs another sweet cherry as a pollinator, white flowers. Zone: 5-7.


Gold - H: 16-20ft (Mazzard Standard Rootstock), W: 22ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small, light yellow, sweet fruit that are firm and crack resistant. Ripens in June/July and good for, Note: Good producer and needs another sweet cherry tree as a pollinator, Zone: 5-8.


Governor Wood - H: 12-15 ft (Colt Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Sweet yellow fruit with a red blush. Ripens early July Note: Disease resistant and self-fertile.


Hardy Black Giant - H: 6-10ft (Krymsk Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 6-10ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Firm large black cherries that ripen in mid-July. Fruit is good for canning and fresh eating. Note: Heirloom variety, needs another sweet cherry tree as a pollinator, and as white or pink flowers. Zone: 4-9.


Kristin - H: 12-15ft (Colt Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Dark burgundy, large fruit that is firm, flavorful, and juicy. Ripens in July and good for fresh eating, Note: Developed in Geneva NY in 1938 and introduced in 1982, good tree for Northern growers, tested in both Norway and Montana, and needs another sweet cherry variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4-8.


Sandra Rose - H: 16-20ft (Mazzard Standard Rootstock), W: 22ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red sweet fruit that ripens in June/July and resistant to splitting. Note: Self fertile and has white flowers, Zone: 4-9.


WhiteGold - H: 6-10ft (Krymsk Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 6-10ft, Sun; part to full, Fruit: Yellow fruit with a red blush that is resistant to cracking. Very sweet and ripens in June/July. Note: A cross between Emperor Francis and Stella done in Geneva, NY and released in 2003 and self-fertile. Variety is resistant to bacterial canker, black knot, and brown rot. Zone: 5-7.


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Cherries, Sweet
$40.00

Cherries, Tart

These are the following varieties of tart cherries we carry in 2 gal pots:


Amarena Di Pescara - H: 12-15ft (Colt Semi Dwarf Rootsotck), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dark red, intensely flavored, sweet tart fruit that ripens in August. Good for canning, fresh eating, juice, and preserves. Note: Italian heirloom, plant with another tart or sweet cherry for pollination. Zone: 5.


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Cherries, Tart
$40.00

Cherry Plum

Nadia - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Plums with dark red/purple skin and flesh. Fruit are sweet and juicy, and tastes like cherries mixed with plums and ripens in August. Note: A cross between Black Amber Asian plum and a Australian dark cherry strain developed in Australia. Needs a pollinator like Santa Rosa plum. Zone: 4/5. Pot size: 2 gal. 


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Cherry Plum
$30.00

Citrus

Seedless Nagami Kumquat - H: 3-5ft (Flying Dragon Rootstock), Sun: Part to full, Fruit: A petite fruit with sweet and tasty peels, Note: Should be potted in coarse, acidic, well-drained soil and hand pollinated with a paint brush if inside, Zone: 8. Pot Size: 1 gal.


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Citrus
$25.00

Crabapples

These are the following varieties of grafted crabapples which we offer in 2 gal pots:


Almata - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Apples are dark red and produce a pink juice. Note: Heirloom/rare variety closely related to the red-fleshed crab-apple. Zone: 3. 


Jonsib - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: 15-40 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Fruit: Small red/green apples. Fruit not used for any purpose since it's primarily been used as an ornamental tree. Note: A cross between Jonathan apple and Ikutsk apple, which is a small apple from grown in the Siberian region of Russia. This variety was introduce by Niels E. Hansen from the US Agricultural Station in Brookings SD. It is a white flowering crabapple that is self-fertile, but really good for pollinating other varieties of apples and crabapples. Zone: 3-7


Kerr - H: 15-20 ft (Geneva 210 Semi Dwarf Rootstock), W: N/A, Fruit: Large dark red crabapples that are crisp, flavorful, and juicy. Fruit is good for fresh eating and jellies. Plus, fruit ripen in September in NY state. Note: This variety is a cross between Dolgo crabapple and Haralson apple that was done 1938, and then selected in 1944 by W. L. Kerr at the Canada Experimental Farm. Tree has pure white flowers. Good pollinators for this variety include: Cox's Orange Pippin, Enterprise, Honeycrsip, Pixie Crunch, Sansa, Winesap, and more apples. Zone: 3-8.


Northland - H: 30 ft (Sproutfree® Apple Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red apples with dark yellow, red tinted flesh that crisp, tender, and subacid. Good for desserts, jelly, sauce, or pickles. Note: Developed by the University of Minnesota Fruit Breeding Program and very cold hardy. Needs another crabapple or apple variety as a pollinator. Zone: 3.


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Crabapple
$30.00

Hawthorn

H: 10-30ft, W: 10-30ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Various shades from dark red to rusty orange. Note: These are wild dug from our farm. Zone: 4-7. Pot size: 2 gal.


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Hawthorn
$10.00

Mulberries

We carry the following varieties of mulberries in 1 gal pots:


Girardi - H: 8-12ft, W: 8-12ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large long black fruit that are flavorful and similar to taste of an Illinois Everbearing (Concord grape flavor with a tang). Fruit ripens in June through July. Note: Dwarf variety from a natural selection and introduced by Girardi Nursery in O'fallen, IL, not as hardy as other varieties of mulberries, diseases and pest resistant, and self-fertile. Zone: 5-8.


Trader - H: 35ft, W: 35ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: One and half inch black berries that have a tart flavor similar to blackberries and ripen July through September. Fruit can be used for drying, desserts, eaten fresh, juice, preserves, tea, and wine. Note: Tree was brought to Oriska, North Dakota from Germany by William Trader, very cold hardy, and long lived as the original tree is 125 years old. Disease and pest resistant, including resistant to Spotted Wing Drosophila. Zone: 3-7.


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Mulberries
$16.00

Pawpaws

Lansing Seedlings - H: 15-20ft, W: 15-20ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Elongated green fruit of various sizes with yellow flesh that ripen in September/October, Note: Need another pawpaw variety to pollinate with, Zone: 5-9. Pot Size: Long 2 inch pot.


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Pawpaws
$10.00

Peaches

These are the varieties of peaches we carry in 2 gal pots:


Iowa White (Seedling) - H: 25ft, W: 25ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size pale yellow peaches with a red blush and creamy white, red veined toward center flesh that is freestone. Good for baking, canning, eating fresh, or freezing. Ripens late August/early September. Note: Native/rare peach from the Midwest that is cold hardy. Need two trees or another peach of a different variety with same bloom time for pollination, Zone: 4. 


Red Haven - H: 12-15 ft, 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size, yellow/red peaches with almost fuzzless skin and yellow freestone flesh. Fruit ripens in late July. Note: Variety is self-fertile and was developed in South Haven, MI in 1930. Trees are also disease brown spot resistance. Zone: 5-8.


Reliance - H: 12-15ft, W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large/medium size peaches with yellow, sweet, freestone flesh. Fruit ripens in July. Note: Variety was developed in NH in 1964. Trees are self-pollinating and bloom pink flowers. Zone: 4-8. Sold Out


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Peach
$40.00

Pears, Asian

These are the following varieties of grafted Asian pears which we carry in 2 gal pots:


Chojuro - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Round golden brown fruit with sweet white flesh. Fruit ripens in late September. Note: Japanese variety that originated in 1895. Good pollinators for this variety include Bartlett, Hopsui, New Century and more. Zone: 5-9


Daisui Li - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Very large green/yellow round fruit with some russet. Pears are juicy and sweet, and ripen mid-September. Note: A cross between an Asian and European pear. The variety has the crunchiness of the Asian pear and flavor or a European pear. Zone: 4-8. 


Nijieiki 20th Century - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Large green/yellow round fruits with tiny white spots. Pears are crisp, flavorful, and sweet. Fruit ripens in late August to early September. Note: Variety needs another Asian pear variety as a pollinator, or can be pollinated by European pears such as Rescue, Ubileen, and more. Zone: 4-9.


Raja - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Golden brown round fruit with tiny white dots. Fruits are richly flavored and sweet. Also, fruit ripens in September. Note: Variety is very diseas resistant. Variety needs another asian pear as a pollinator but Resuce and Ubileen European pears can be sued to pollinate it. Zone: 4-9.


Shin Li - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Very large green/yellow round fruit that is russet. Flesh of the pears is aromatic, crisp, and juicy. Also, pears ripen in September. Note: Hybrid variety from CA. Needs another variety of Asian pear as a pollinator or you can use a European variety like Rescue or Ubileen. Zone: 4-9.


Shinko - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Large round golden brown fruit which are juicy and sweet. Also, pears ripen in late September. Note: This variety needs another Asian pear variety as a pollinator or a European pear variety like Rescue or Ubileen can be used. Zone: 4-9. 


Shinseiki - H: 10-12ft (Pyrus betuaefoli rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruits: Yellow/brown round fruit that is flavorful, juicy, and sweet. Fruit ripens late August. Note: A very productive Japanese variety. The variety needs another Asian pear variety as a pollinator or a European pear such a Rescue or Ubileen can be used for pollination. Zone: 4-9.


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Asian Pear
$40.00

Pears, European

These are the following varieties of grafted pears which we offer in 2 gal pots:


Autumn Red - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red skinned pear that is extra sweet and ripens in late August/early September. Note: Best pollinators are Beth, Concorde, Invincible, William Bon Chretien, and Glou Morceau. Zone: 4.


Bartlett - H: 18-20ft, W: 12-13ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large green/yellow pears with red blush that are good for canning, cooking, dehyrdrating, eating fresh, and freezing. Fruit ripens in late August. Note: Variety was developed in England and came to Amercia in the 1790s where it was sold by a man named Enoch Bartlett. The variety needs another pear variety as a pollinator such as bosc, moonglow, etc. Bartlett is a good pollinator for many varieties of pears with the exception of Seckel. Zone: 5-8.


Benito - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red Flesh. Note: Needs another pear variety as a pollinator. Unique collectors variety. Zone: 4.


Bon Christian D' Hiver - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green/yellow pear with a red blush that has a fine, tender, juicy, and mild flesh that ripens in late October, Note: Best pollinators are Abbe Fetel, Moonglow, Seckel, Sensation, Swann's Egg, Thompson’s Thorn, Red Williams, Windsor, or Winter Nelis, Zone: 4.


Columbia Red - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red skin, large, stout pear that has white flesh which is juicy and sweet which ripens in late August/mid-September. Note: Best pollinator is Bartlett, Delicious, Bosc, Moonglow or another early blooming European pear. Zone: 4. Sold Out.


Golden Boy - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: 12-15 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Green pear with super sweet flavor that ripen early/mid-August. Note: Fire blight resistant and needs another early pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Granny Durden - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A. Sun: Full, Fruit: Green pears that are really good and soft. Note: It might be a grafted named variety or seedling. Needs another pear variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Krupen Burnusus - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Hard and ripens in early to mid-August. Note: Developed in former Serbia and Montenegro. Highly resistant to leaf spot. Zone: 4.


Leona - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large apple shaped fruit that is sweet and good for desserts which ripens in September. Note: Developed in Louisiana. Zone: 4.


Petre - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Stout medium size pears with pale yellow to green russet skin and white flesh that is buttery, fine grained, slightly musky flavor. Ripens in October. Note: Grown from a "fine butter pear" seed that was sent to John Bartman in Philadelphia PA from Lord Petre in London in 1735. Needs another pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Rouge Red - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red fruit with excellent quality and good for cold storage. Note: Developed at the Oregon Experiment Station from crossing Comice, Seckel and Farmingdale. Use Anjou, Bartlett, Bosc, or Comice as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Royal Red - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Red skinned pear that is aromatic, buttery, and juicy. Note: Developed in California and introduced in 1940. Needs another pear as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Santa Claus - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Brown russeted pears that are round/conical in shape with creamy white, sweet, granular flesh and ripen in October, Note: Use Bergamotte d'Esperen, Berre de l'Assumption, Beurre d'Avalon, Bedford, Bosc, Blickling, Bonne de Beugny, Doyenne du Comice, Comice, Concorde, Doyenne Blanc, Rosat, Eva Baltet, Seckel, Gorham,  Green Horse, Hendre Huffcap, Nouveau Poteau, or Onward as pollinator. Zone: 4.


Scarlett - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: 12-15ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Fruit is sweet and spicy with an incredibly soft texture and little to no grit in it that ripens in mid-August. Note: Needs another late blooming pear tree as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Seckel - H: 10-12ft (OHxF 513 Dwarf rootstock). W: N/A, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Small red/green pears that are juicy and very sweet. Fruits are good for canning, cooking, and eating fresh. Also, fruit ripens in September. Note: Variety is fireblight resistant and developed/found in Philadelphia, PA in the 1700's. This variety needs another pear variety as a pollinator such a Bosc, Delicious, Honeysweet, Moonglow, and others. Zone: 4-8.


Sunrise - H: 18-20ft, W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large/medium sized pears that have a red blush and white flesh that is aromatic, juicy, and sweet. Fruits ripens in August and is good for desserts and eating fresh. Fruit also stores for 2-3 months. Note: Variety is resistant to fireblight and pear scab. Variety is best pollinated by Bartlett, Bosc, or Red Sensation. Zone: 5-8.


Sweet Cheeks - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety. Need another pear variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Teardrop - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety. Need another pear variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Temboli Polish - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Note: Heirloom/rare variety. Need another pear variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Vavilou - H: 25-40 ft (OHxF97 Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow pears with red blush. Note: Developed in Russia and needs another variety to pollinate with. Zone: 4.


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Pears, European
$40.00

Persimmons, American

Shoto - H: 30-80 ft (American Persimmon Rootstock), W: 20-35, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large, yellow, oblong fruit that ripens in October and have very good quality. Note: Originally from Dansville, IN and needs another American persimmon variety as a pollinator. Zone: 4-9. Pot size: 1 gal.


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Persimmons, American
$25.00

Plums, American (Beach)

Beach (Seedlings) - H: 8-10 ft, W: 8-10 ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Small blue to pink fruit that ripen late summer/early fall. Fruit is good for preserves. Note: Native species to North America and require two trees for pollination. Zone: 3a-8a. Pot size: 1 gal.


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Plums, Beach
$12.00

Plums, American (Chickasaw) 

These are the varieties of grafted Chickasaw plums which we carry in 2 gal pots:


Gutherie - H: Up to 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: Up to 20ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Large yellow/red plums in June/July. Note: Cultivated by the Chickasaw Native Americans and needs another Chickasaw type plum to pollinate with like NC McKibben, Odom or Tooles Heirloom. Zone: 4.


NC McKibben - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: Up to 20 ft, Sun: Part to full, Fruit: Bright/red orange fruit that has bitter skins but sweet flesh. Note: Needs another Chickasaw type of plum such as Guthrie, Odom or Tooles Heirloom to pollinate with. Zone: 4.


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Plums, American (Chickasaw)
$30.00

Plums, European

These are the following varieties of European plums we carry in 2 gal pots:


Count Athanns Gage - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Dusky red/pink fruit with sweet flesh. Note: Developed in the 1800s in Czech Republic and use Castleton, President or Victoria as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Edinburg - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: N/A, Note: rare European plum and should be planted with another European plum for pollination. Zone: 4.


Long John - H: 15-20ft (Marianna 2624 Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Elongated blue/purple fruit that have amber flesh that is sweet and freestone. Fruit ripens in September. Note: Developed in NY and is self-fertile but recommended that it is planted with another European prune plum variety. Zone: 5-9.


Victoria - H: 30ft (Prunus myrobalan Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Bright pink/purple fruit with pink/orange flesh that are good for desserts and preserves. Fruits are freestone and ripen in August and September. Note: Was introduced in United Kingdom in the 1840s, self-fertile, and has brittle branches so fruit loads should be thinned. Zone: 5-9.


Yakima - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large red oval plums with golden flesh that is sweet, juicy, and freestone and ripens in early September. Note: Partly self-pollinating but should use another European plum like any type of Gage. Zone: 4.


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Plums, European
$30.00

Plums, Japanese

We carry the following varieties of plums in 2 gal pots:


Early Golden - H: 18-20ft, W: 18-20ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Golden plums with a red blush that ripens in late July. Fruit is that is sweet. Note: Needs heavy thinning and pruning to avoid biennial fruiting and small size fruits, as well, as limb breakage from too heavy of crop load. Variety needs another Japanese plum variety as a pollinator. Seedling was discovered in Fronthill, Canada. Zone: 4-9.


Methley - H: 18-20ft, W: 18-20ft, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium sized red/purple plums that have mild sweet red flesh. Fruit ripens mid July and are clingstone. Note: Blooms white blossoms, variety originally from South Africa and introduced to the USA in 1922, and self-fertile but should be planted with another Japanese plum variety to help with pollination. Zone: 4-9.


Purple Heart - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Medium size plum with red/purple skin and flesh that is clingstone with a mild, rich, sweet flavor and ripens mid-July. Note: Black Ice appears to be a good pollinator for it. Zone: 4.


Shiro - H: 15-20ft (Marianna 2624 Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Yellow skin and flesh plums that are sweet and juicy. Fruit ripens in late-July and clingstone. Note: Heat tolerant and introduced in the USA in 1899. White blooms and needs another Japanese type plum to pollinate with like Bubblegum, Methley, Ozark Premium, or Santa Rose. Zone: 5-9.


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Plums, Japanese
$30.00

Pluots

We carry the following varieties of pluots in 2 gal pots:


Dappled Dandy - H: 30ft (Prunus myrobalan Standard Rootstock), Fruit: Large pale green to yellow with red mottling plums with a sweet and spicy plum/apricot flavor that ripen in July, Note: Cross between a plum and apricot. Flavor Queen or Flavor Supreme Pluot, or Santa Rosa or Burgundy Plum are good pollinators for this variety. Zone: 5-10.


Flavor King - H: 30ft (Prunus myrobalan Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red/purple plum like fruit with yellow/crimson flesh that is sweet and spicy, and ripens in August/September, Note: Cross between a plum and apricot. Use Flavor Supreme or Dapple Dandy Pluot, or Santa Rosa Plum as a pollinator. Zone: 5-9.


Flavor Treat - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Stadard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Large pink/purple fruit that have thick yellow flesh. Fruit is good for appetizers, eating fresh, and fruit salads. Note: Cross between and plum and apricot. This variety needs a pollinator. Zone: N/A.


Geo Pride - H: 30ft (Prunus myrobalan Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Round red skinned plum like fruit with yellow speckling and yellow flesh that is sweet with a unique plum/apricot flavor and ripens in late July, Note: Cross between a plum and apricot. Use Flavor Supreme or Dappled Dandy Pluot, or Santa Rosa plum as a pollinator. Zone: 6a -9b.


Splash - H: 30 ft (Prunus myrobalan Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Heart shaped, small to medium size, orange plum like fruit that has sweet orange flesh and ripens late July. Good for fresh eating, desserts and dried. Note: Cross between an apricot and plum. Needs Santa Rosa Plum or Flavor Grenade Plout as a pollinator. Zone: 4.


Spring Satin - H: 30ft (Prunus myrobalan Standard Rootstock), W: N/A, Sun: Full, Fruit: Purple/red fruit with orange/red flesh that are very sweet, containing up to 33% sugar. Ripens in July and clingstone. Note: Developed in Byron, GA and introduced in 2002. This variety needs a pollinator such as a Japanese plum like Ozark Premium, Methely, Santa Rose, or Shiro. Zone: 5-8.


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Pluots
$30.00