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Apple

Apple 'Spartan' (Malus pumila)

A popular variety prized for its abundance of small apples and unique flavor. The fruits are delicately sweet with a light tartness that combine to create a wine-like flavor. Crisp texture is outstanding for eating fresh. Generally good disease resistance. To insure good yields a…

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Apple 'Stayman' (Malus pumila)

Heirloom variety first introduced in 1866 and still popular in many orchards. Prized for its abundance of medium-sized fruits. The apples are incredibly crisp and fragrant with a sweetly tart, wine-like flavor. A late-season variety that is good for cooking or juice. To insure good…

Apple

Apple 'Winesap' (Malus pumila)

Named for its spicy, wine-like flavor when eaten fresh, this well-known American variety is a heavy producer! The deciduous tree produces small, red-as-wine fruit that is moderately tart, sweet and juicy. A useful addition to the home orchard due to its crop reliability and keeping…

Apple

Apple 'Wolf River' (Malus pumila)

An incredibly cold hardy variety originating from Wolf River, Wisconsin in the late 1800’s. Produces huge, sweet apples late in the season that are excellent for cooking. The fruits keep well in storage for up to two months. Trees have good resistance to a number of common apple…

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Apple 'Yellow Delicious' (Malus pumila)

In 1914, propagation rights were purchased for the 'Golden Delicious' apple tree in Clay County, West Virginia. Although a fence was erected to protect the investment, cuttings from this prized tree were stolen and later sold under the name 'Yellow Delicious'. Regardless of where it…

Apple

Apple 'Yellow Transparent' (Malus pumila)

This old, reliable, early-season variety has been popular since the 1800’s. Produces super-sweet medium to large apples. The fruits are thin-skinned with light crispy flesh. Great for eating fresh, drying, juice, sauce, or wine. To insure good yields a cross-pollinator should also…

Apricot

Apricot 'Blenheim' (Prunus armeniaca)

‘Blenheim’ apricots once set the standard for flavor and superior production and growth performance. This freestone variety was grown on a large scale in California in the early 1900’s and is still one of the most widely grown apricots throughout the world. The fruit is prized…

Apricot

Apricot 'Bryan' (Prunus armeniaca)

There is no need to plant an additional apricot variety for pollination because this tree is self-fruitful. About three years after transplanting this tree it will start producing large crops of apricots around late May or early June. This selection produces freestone fruits, which…

Apricot

Apricot 'Golden Sweet' (Prunus armeniaca)

This selection yields an abundance of deliciously sweet, light orange fruits. A self-pollinating fruit tree which produces freestone Apricots. Easy to grow and very rewarding.

Apricot

Apricot 'Gold Kist' (Prunus armeniaca)

One of the earliest blooming varieties available. Best for areas with mild winters as late frosts could damage developing flowers and fruits. Freestone fruits are large with firm flesh and sweet flavor. Apricots are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and antioxidants. Trees often…

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