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Fruit Tree Selection

Apples

Scarlet Sentinal Colonnade Apple
Malus pumila x Scarlet Sentinel PPAF
Pollinator required. Closely spaced, large, delicious greenish-yellow fruit. An early to mid season bloomer. Good for fresh eating. Tree is dwarf, columnar, and disease resistant.

Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple
Malus pumila
Pollinator required. Early to mid season bloomer. Best for fresh eating and baking. Pollinates with almost any other apple tree. A great choice for limited space. Work well in containers. Large, golden fruit ripens mid-September.

Espaliered Apple
Malus pumila
Self pollinating. Best for fresh eating and baking. Multiple apple varieties are grafted onto this tree. Plant near a fence, trellis, or against a wall.

Golden Delicious Apple
Malus sylvestris var. domestica
One of the most popular varieties. A sweet, consistent producer. Self pollinating. Mid-late season. Best for cooking, fresh eating, pies, and canning.

Honeycrisp Apple
Malus sylvestris var. domestica (PP#7197)
Pollinator required. Closely spaced, large, delicious greenish-yellow fruit. An early to mid season bloomer. Good for fresh eating. Tree is dwarf, columnar, and disease resistant.

Red Delicious Apple
Malus sylvestris var. domestica
Best for fresh eating, desserts, salads, and winter keeping. Mid season bloomer. Pollinator required.

Red Fuji Apple
Malus sylvestris var. domestica
From Japan, this large fruit is a sweet, late maturing apple. Crunchy and keeps well. Pollinator required.

Cherries

Blackyork Cherry (Eastern Bing)
Malus pumila x Scarlet Sentinel PPAF
Large, dark reddish-black delicious cherries. Disease resistant. Pollinator required. Best for fresh eating.

Montmorency Cherry
Prunus ceracus
Bright, red fruit with yellow, tart flesh. Early and heavy producer. Self pollinating. Best for fresh eating, canning, pies, and freezing.

Scarlet Sentinal Colonnade Apple
Malus pumila x Scarlet Sentinel PPAF
Pollinator required. Closely spaced, large, delicious greenish-yellow fruit. An early to mid season bloomer. Good for fresh eating. Tree is dwarf, columnar, and disease resistant.

Peaches & Pears

July Elberta Peach
Prunus persica
A large, mid-season freestone peach that is similar to the original Elberta, only matures earlier. Sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Self pollinating. Best for eating, cooking, canning, and freezing.

Redhaven Peach
Prunus persica
Yellow fleshed, matures early and crops heavily. Self pollinating. Best for fresh eating, cooking, pies, and freezing.

Bartlett Pear
Pyrus communis
The most popular European pear variety in the USA. Smooth, buttery flesh is sweet and juicy. Pollinator required. Best for fresh eating, cooking, and canning.

Plums & Pluots

Santa Rosa Plum
Prunus salicina
A very popular Japanese plum with large fruit with purple-red skin and amber flesh. Juicy and sweet. Self pollinating. Best for desserts, canning, fresh eating, and snacks.

Stanley Prune Plum
Prunus domestica
European plum yields consistent large crops and is considered one of the best prune type plums. Medium sized, oval blue fruits. Self pollinating. Best for fresh eating, cooking, canning, and drying.

Flavor Supreme Pluot
Prunus salicina x armeniaca (PP#6763)
Pluots are plum and apricot crosses that have the great characteristics of both. Pollinator required. Pollinate with any Japanese plum. Best for fresh eating.