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Fruits

It is recommended to prune fruit trees annually to keep them in the 7 to 8’ range for best care and easy accessibility to their fruits. Pruning should be restricted to January and February when the trees are dormant to minimize sprouting. Most fruit trees like full sun and well-drained soil. These plants provide beauty and structure to a garden, but also make eating, canning, cooking, and baking that much more fun!

Fruit Trees

APPLE TREES
4-in-1
Cortland
Freedom
Haralson
McIntosh
Honeycrisp
Liberty
Macoun
McIntosh

CHERRY TREES
4-in-1
Balaton
Montmorency
North Star
Elberta

PEACH TREES
Cresthaven
Contender
Frost
Red Haven

PEAR TREES
4-in-1
20th Century
Anjou
Asian Shinseiki
Bartlett
Luscious
Moonglow
Seckel
Summercrisp

PLUM TREES
4-in-1
Asian Shinko
Mt. Royal
Shinseiki
Stanley

Small Fruits

ELDERBERRIES
Samdal
Samyl

GRAPES
Concord Seedless
Canadice
Marquette
Reliance
Bluebell

BLUEBERRIES
Bluecrop
Blue Jay
Coville
Northland
Patriot
Chippewa
Top Hat
Elizabeth
Nelson
Collins

RASPBERRIES
Ann
Caroline
Fall Gold
Heritage
Kilarney

ADDITIONAL FRUITS
Paw Paw
Persimmon