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‘AC™ Harrow Fair’ Peach

$75.00

Medium-large, round fruits with juicy and flavourful flesh. Good disease restiance. Semi-freestone. One of the many cultivars released by AAFC-Harrow research centre.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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‘Allegheny’ Pawpaw

Very productive and flavorful, Allegheny features large fruit (up to 1/2 lb.) and delicious, sweet, creamy-yellow flesh. Allegheny appears to be the earliest ripening of the Peterson Pawpaw™ varieties. Try this North American native fruit!

Also known as “Custard Apple” or “Indian Banana”.

Not self-fertile. Another pawpaw cultivar is required for genetic pollination requirements

 

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‘Allstar’ Peach

$75.00

Rapidly gaining popularity because of its many desirable attributes: it’s large and round, has firm, yellow flesh and is nearly fuzzless. The fruit is quite stunning on the trees as it is almost 100% red-skinned. The tree is naturally compact, is a sturdy grower, even in windy areas. Freestone. Ripens in late August. Showy pink flowers in early spring. Glossy green foliage.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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‘Bing’ Cherry

The renowned, high-quality cherry. Yields uniform crops of huge, glossy, deep red almost black cherries. Fruit is juicy and sweet, perfect for snacking right off the tree. Originates from Salem, Oregon around 1875. Ripens in July. No longer meets commercial standards but are great for home growers!

Average Fruit: 9.6gr – 35+% Crack

Not self-fertile. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for a suitable pollinizer.

 

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‘Black Amber’ Japanese Plum

Super large beautiful black plum with amber flesh primarily used for puddings, pies and sauces. Good for eating fresh. Ripens mid-season. A University of California introduction in 1980.

 

Not self-fertile. Requires cross pollination with another Japanese plum (Prunus salicina) cultivar.

 

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‘Blazing Star®’ Peach

$75.00

Frim, non-browning yellow fleshed peach with 90% red skin. Freestone with a small pit. Relatively hardy. Medium-large round fruits. Excellent for canning, drying, preserves and fresh eating. Some resistance to bacterial spot.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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‘Coconut Ice’ Peach

A white-fleshed peach variety that matures middle to late in the harvest season. The fruit skin of ‘Coconut Ice’ has a lower amount of anthocyanin than other varieties, and in ‘Coconut Ice’ the overcolour is pink-red.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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‘Diamond Harrow’ Peach

$75.00

Winter-hardy and disease-resistant! An early, medium-sized variety with pretty pink blooms to perk up the spring landscape. Fruit has an attractive, 70% scarlet skin over a yellow background with a firm, deep yellow flesh and excellent flavor. High resistance to bacterial spot and brown rot, and has few split pits. A very nice fresh-eating freestone variety that is also good for canning and preserves. Developed in Ontario, Canada and is quite hardy, which means heavy bud-set — subsequent thinning is required for best results. Ripens in July.

Self-fertile. Does not require cross pollination.

 

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‘Earliblaze’ Nectarine

$75.00

Medium-sized juicy fruit and glossy green foliage make this an attractive choice. Heavy producing tree when mature. The spring flush of pink flowers are very fragrant adding to its value as a great selection for the home orchard. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Early Italian’ Prune Plum

$75.00

Large oval purple fruit with greenish-yellow flesh that turns red when cooked. Good for canning and drying. Good commercial prune-plum. Ripens in 14 days earlier than Italian Plum.

 

Semi-self-fertile. Benefits from cross pollination with another European plum (Prunus domestica) cultivar.

 

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‘Emperor Francis’ Cherry

Make your own maraschino cherries! This is one of the best sweet cherries you’ll find anywhere. Tree is consistently productive. Fruit is perfect for canning jellies and jams or making homemade maraschinos. Best when picked fresh and popped into your mouth like candy. Resists cracking. Introduced to the U.S. circa early 1900s. Ripens in late June. Does not pollinate with Bing.

Not self-fertile. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for a suitable pollinizer.

 

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‘Fantasia’ Nectarine

$75.00

A popular, large, yellow freestone that’s firm when ripe, but oh, so juicy. The taste is sweet, but tangy, and very rich. Nectarines are large and brightly colored. There are so many, they require thinning for the best quality crop. Good for fresh eating, canning and pies. Ripens in late August. Self-pollinating.

 

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‘Firebrite’ Nectarine

A medium to large sized smooth heavily red blushed semi-freestone fruit with sweet juicy yellow flesh. Excellent for eating fresh or preserving. Showy pink flowers in early spring. Self-pollinating. Ripens early in the season. Trees are vigorous and highly productive. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Flavortop’ Nectarine

Large, yellow-fleshed fruit has an attractive red-orange skin. Showy spring blooms. Thin the bountiful fruit crop for larger, highest-quality nectarines. Originates from Fresno, California in 1969. Freestone. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating.

 

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‘Goldbar’ Apricot

$75.00

Very large light yellow-orange oval fruit with a reddish blush. The flesh is light orange, very firm and moderately juicy. Ripens in mid to late July. Good for eating fresh or making jams. It is a vigorous tree that flowers heavily but sets a light crop which increases fruit size. A standard variety now in Okanagan; developed in Washington. Winter hardy in zone 5. Benefits from cross-pollination with another apricot. 

 

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‘Golden Prolific’ Nectarine

$60.00

A genetic dwarf tree that produces medium reddish juicy fruit with yellow freestone flesh. Showy pink flowers in early spring. Ripens in late August. Glossy green foliage. Makes a nice single specimen or patio container tree. A true specialty item for any yard. Self-pollinating. Winter hardy in zone 5.

*Special care required to grow as a container pot to avoid rootball freezing and to ensure chilling hour requirements for fruit set.

 

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‘Hargrand’ Apricot

$75.00

A 1980 release from Harrow Research Station, Canada. Produces very large yellow-orange fruit with a slight blush. Freestone with firm orange flesh. Very good for eating fresh, drying or in jams and preserves. Ripens in late July. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Italian’ Prune Plum

Large oval purple fruit with greenish-yellow flesh that turns red when cooked. Good for canning and drying. Good commercial prune-plum. Ripens in 14 days later than Early Italian Plum

Semi-self-fertile. Benefits from cross pollination with another European plum (Prunus domestica) cultivar.

 

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‘JH Hale’ Peach

$75.00

A long standing heirloom. Widely adapted and cold hardy. Large to extra large, with golden skin and light red blush. Firm flavourful flesh has made this a long standing favourite. Freestone. Originated in Connecticut in 1912.

Not self-fertile. Requires another peach cultivar as a pollinizer to set fruit, unlike most other peaches.

 

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‘Lapins’ Cherry

$75.00

The Lapins Cherry is a cross between the Van and Stella Cherry. It produces some of the largest and juiciest of the sweet cherries and provides multi-seasonal interest. In early in the season, your Lapins Cherry will be smothered in brilliant white blossoms. Then, midseason, you’ll be delighted by an abundance of sweet, large, dark red to purple fruit with light red flesh. Self-fertile, and does not require a pollinator, however, cross-pollination never hurts. They are considered the number one pollinator for Bing in most areas and is a great universal pollinator for other cherry trees. The fruit is firm and so big that one cherry is a mouthful. The flavor is divine, incredibly juicy, and sweet. They are delicious right off the tree and wonderful for baking. You’ll be pleased to learn that these have been bred to resist splitting. Ripens July.

Average Fruit: 10.6gr – 22% Crack

Self-fertile and commonly used as a universal pollinizer. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for more details.

 

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‘Overleese’ Pawpaw

Large, sweet fruit with a delightful tropical taste. Deep purple blooms develop in spring. Golden foliage in the fall. Fruit has a tender, creamy, yellow-orange flesh that can be enjoyed fresh, in smoothies, and desserts. Fruit has few seeds. Attractive, shade-tolerant tree resists pests. Cold-hardy. Ripens in late September. Slow growing with natural pest and disease resistance.

Also known as “Custard Apple” or “Indian Banana”.

Not self-fertile. Another pawpaw cultivar is required for genetic pollination requirements

 

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‘Peach’ European Plum

A unique European plum with very large, apricot-coloured fruit. This plum has extraordinary texture and flavour. Truly a delight to eat. Vigorous and moderately productive. Ripens mid-late August. Ripens in early August.

Not Self-fertile. Requires cross pollination with another European plum (Prunus domestica) cultivar.

 

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‘Potomac’ Pawpaw

One of the largest Pawpaw varieties, Potomac Pawpaw features delicious, sweet and richly flavoured fruit that often weighs 3/4 lb. or more. Potomac has an attractive, upright growth habit.

Also known as “Custard Apple” or “Indian Banana”.

Not self-fertile. Another pawpaw cultivar is required for genetic pollination requirements.

 

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‘Rainier’ Cherry

$75.00

This large, golden yellow cherry with a red blush has a crisp bite and delicate, super-sweet flavour. Rainiers have some of the highest sugar levels of sweet cherries, ranging from 17-23 Brix. It was developed in the Pacific Northwest by Harold Fogel, and was named for the area’s highest mountain peak. This is an early bearing variety, so plan to start enjoying your delicious harvest in mid-season.

Not self-fertile. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for a suitable pollinizer.

 

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‘Redgold’ Nectarine

Redgold is the most planted and has proven to be the most suitable nectarine variety for the Okanagan, but matures too late for some locations. The fruit has a bright waxy red colour and clear yellow flesh. Fruit size is large. Quality is excellent and yields are high, equal to good peach varieties. Redgold has average winter hardiness and resistance to spring frost. Freestone. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Redhaven’ Peach

$75.00

A must-have for any backyard orchard! Redhaven ripens early in the season and is usually freestone, although some years it can be a little “clingy”. It has a wonderful red colour over a yellow background. The flesh is yellow with a little red near the pit. It is juicy, sweet, and very tasty. The tree is one of the more hardy varieties, very productive, and has good resistance to bacterial spot. Excellent for canning and shipping fresh. Ripens in mid-August. Showy pink flowers in early spring. Glossy green foliage. Part of the Haven series introduced by Michigan State University. 

Self-fertile. Does not require cross pollination.  

 

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‘Redheart’ Japanese Plum

$75.00

Delightfully sweet. The fruit from this tree features deep red skin and fine-grained, bright red flesh. Great for jams, sauces and chutneys. Heat-tolerant. Semi-freestone. Originates from the University of California in 1950. Ripens in August.

Not self-fertile. Requires cross pollination with another Japanese plum (Prunus salicina) cultivar.

 

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‘Reliance’ Peach

Cold hardy and widely-adapted. Medium-large peaches are yellow fleshed with a traditional yellow with red blush skin. Excellent for canning, drying, preserves and fresh eating. Released in New Hampshire in 1964.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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‘Sana Rosa’ Japanese Plum

Beautiful, large, red fruits with gold flesh. This big producer developed by Luther Burbank bears sweet plums that are delicious when eaten fresh, cooked or canned. The tree is vigorous and easy-to-grow. Originates from Santa Rosa, California in 1906. Heat-tolerant. Clingstone. Ripens in July.

Self-fertile, but benefits from cross polination from another Japanese plum (Prunus salicina).

 

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‘Shenandoah’ Pawpaw

Flavour, flavour and more flavour. Fruit weighs up to one pound each! Firm-textured, banana-coloured flesh is fruity, sweet and oh-so-custardy, with a wonderful aroma and pleasant finish. Very few seeds. Tree is a good yielder. Takes well to proper pruning and well-drained, deeply dug, slightly acid soil. During its first few years shield it from the afternoon sun, then give it full exposure for the largest crops. Ripens in September. Slow growing with natural pest and disease resistance. Try this North American native fruit!

Also known as “Custard Apple” or “Indian Banana”.

Not self-fertile. Another pawpaw cultivar is required for genetic pollination requirements

 

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‘Shiro’ Japanese Plum

$75.00

Shiro plum, known for its medium to large, round bright yellow fruit has a mild sweet flavour. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, canning, preserves and desserts, it is a consistent bearer of fruit. It is one of the earliest ripening plums. Very hardy. Ripens in early August.

Semi-self-fertile, but benefits from cross polination from another Japanese plum (Prunus salicina).

 

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‘Skeena’ Cherry (KR5 Semi-dwarf)

Skeena has large, dark red to black fruit, with a firm and sweet flesh. This cherry is resistant to cracking. Easier to manage with improved yields compared to Lapins. Ripens July after Bing.

Average Fruit: 11.6gr – 27% Crack

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for more details.

 

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‘Susquehanna’ Pawpaw

The largest and latest ripening of all the Peterson Pawpaw selections, Susquehanna Pawpaw fruit is very sweet and richly flavorful with few seeds. Individual fruits can weigh over 1 lb.

Also known as “Custard Apple” or “Indian Banana”.

Not self-fertile. Another pawpaw cultivar is required for genetic pollination requirements

 

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‘Tilton’ Apricot

$85.00

Medium-sized heart-shaped light orange coloured fruit. The firm flesh is golden-yellow red-blushed fruit. Fine-textured distinct flavoured flesh. Excellent for freezing, drying or canning. Self-pollinating. Ripens in July. An old leading commercial variety. Winter hardy in zone 5.

 

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‘Van’ Cherry

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Irresistible, dark-red cherries! Van is vigorous and bears young. Fruit is medium-large and firm with a flavor similar to Bing. Short-stemmed fruit grows in a cylinder around the branch. Enjoy magnificent cherry blossoms in spring! May be susceptible to cracking due to moisture at ripening. Originates from Summerland, BC around 1942. Ripens in mid-June. High yield potential but fruit size can become small if the tree is overloaded with fruit.

Average Fruit: 9.9gr – 45% Crack

Not self-fertile. Please check the Sweet Cherry Pollination Chart for a suitable pollinizer.

 

 

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‘Westcot’ Apricot

$75.00

Hardy. Pink flowers cover the tree each spring. Medium-sized heart-shaped light orange-coloured fruit with a red blush. Firm flesh is golden-yellow and freestone. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. Self-pollinating. Ripens in July-August. Winter hardy in zone 3, but more reliable for fruit production in zones 5+. Developed at the Morden, Manitoba Research Station, released 1982.

 

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‘White Lady’ Peach

$75.00

Widely-adapted and mid-late bloomer. Blossoms tolerate fluctuating spring weather conditions well. Requires chill hours of 800-950.

Large peaches have high and unusual skin color (75% to 85% light red blush over white background), and pale, white flesh that begs to be admired. The Low acid/high sugar creates a unqiue flavour, firm white flesh will get your mouth watering. Early-season ripener prefect for the Kootenays and freestone makes it easy to enjoy. Excellent for canning, drying, preserves and fresh eating.

Self-fertile but benefits from cross-pollination from another peach cultivar with a similar bloom time.

 

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