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19 plants found. Generated on 4/26/2018. Display Plant Images Only   Printer-Friendly List

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Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
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Apple Malus
1. Cortland
Won’t turn brown! This productive tree bears gorgeous ruby red tart, crisp apples with a snowy center that won’t brown in salads. Also perfect for... n/a Click to display 12'-15' 12'-15' 4-6 Unknown
2. Granny Smith
Granny Smith apples originated in Australia in 1868 when Maria Ann (Granny) Smith found a seedling growing by a creek on her property. This was... TH Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a  
3. Honeycrisp
An exciting apple that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well-balanced. Excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Has been rated equal... TA Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 7 Gallon
4. Jonathon
Jonathan apples are a tart firm apple that ripens in mid-September. The Jonathon is a dual-purpose variety suitable both for fresh eating and for processing.... TA Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 5 Gallon
5. Red Delicious
  TA Click to display n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a 5 Gallon
6. Red Prairie Spy
The Red Prairie Spy Apple, Malus 'Red Prairie Spy', is a red selection of Prairie Spy that has better fruit adherence on the tree at... TH Click to display 15'-20' 10'-15' 4-7 Unknown
Blueberry Vaccinium corymbosum
7. Blueberry Glaze™
Blueberry Glaze™ plants are unlike any other blueberries. With their small stature and incredibly glossy, dark green leaves, Blueberry Glaze™ plants are reminiscent of a... Slope Click to display 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-8 2 Gallon
Blueberry (early mid-season)
8. Bluecrop
A midseason blueberry. Considered by many to be the best all around variety for consistent yields, disease resistance, and high quality. It has an upright,... Slope Click to display n/a n/a 48"-6' 48"-6' 4-7 2 Gallon
Blueberry (early season)
9. Patriot
Self-fruitful. Fruit is very large, firm and has small, dry recessed scars. The berry is formed on tight clusters and it tends to be flatter... Slope Click to display 48"-6' 5'-8' 4-8 2 Gallon
Blueberry (mid-season)
10. Blueberry Glaze® ('ZF08-095')
With its boxwood-like foliage, Blueberry Glaze® is a treat unlike any other! In spring, white flowers ripen into a dramatic display of color as the... Slope Click to display 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-8 2 Gallon
Vaccinium x
11. Perpetua ('ORUS-61-1'')
Perpetua produces two crops of delicious blueberries! The first fruit will appear in mid-summer and then the plant will flower and set fruit a second... Slope Click to display 48"-5' 48"-5' 4-8 2 Gallon
Cherry Prunus
12. Lapin
A big, beautiful dark mahogany red cherry. These are some of the largest and juiciest cherries that grow on trees. The sweet taste is wonderful... n/a Click to display n/a n/a 15'-18' 18' 4-8 5 Gallon
Prunus cerasus
13. Montmorency
The Montmorency is the most popular pie and dessert cherry in North America. It's large, bright red fruit is very attractive, with firm yellow flesh.... TI Click to display n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a 5 Gallon
Cherry (Combination)
14. 4-N-1 combo
Rainier, Montmorency, Van, Royal Ann TI Click to display n/a n/a 10'-14' 8'-12' n/a 7 Gallon
Honeysuckle (Sweetberry) Lonicera caerulea
15. Sugar Mountain® Blue ( 'Dolce Vita')
Reminiscent of raspberries and blueberries, this new haskap selection from the Czech Republic gives you bigger, tastier berries on an easy to grow hedge. So... SA-18 Click to display 5'-6'6" 5'-6' 1-6 3 Gallon
Peach (Semi-Dwarf) Prunus persica
16. Red Haven
The Red Haven Peach is consistently the best tasting peach in any supermarket. Red Haven Peach Trees grow very rapidly, and give you an abundance... TH Click to display n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 5 Gallon
Pear (Fruit) Pyrus communis
17. Bartlett (Williams)
Known as America’s favorite pear, the Bartlett variety actually came from Europe. It functions as the standard by which all other pears are measured and... TH Click to display 18'-20' 12'-13' 5-7 Unknown
18. Bosc
The gourd-like shape and long neck of this variety makes it easily distinguishable from others. Medium-to-large fruit features russet, dark yellow skin and smooth, aromatic... TH Click to display 18'-20' 12'-13' 5-7 Unknown
Rhubarb Rheum rhabarbarum
19. Victoria
The tart stalks of this classic perennial are excellent in pies, preserves and desserts. For stronger plants, wait until the second year after planting to... 9C-North Click to display n/a 24"-36" 24"-36" 3-9 10" Black
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Description
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Flower Color Foliage Color Annual/ Perennial Exposure
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Early
Middle
Late
Height Spread Hardiness Zone
(See Map)
Container Size
Spring Summer Autumn
Bloom Season

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