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Zoning & rootstock note: It is important to note that many growers differ in the zoning of various fruit trees.

Zones listed by us are based on our experience with trees in our orchard as well as the declared zoning by others. Our nursery is in a micro climate ZONE 3 giving us a good opportunity to evaluate hardiness.
Rootstock also plays a role in hardiness and we prefer staying with the recommendations of Northern growers and the University of Minnesota, who is responsible for the development of so many wonderful fruit varieties. If our zoning differs from other suppliers it’s because we believe it will work in the stated area. And we guarantee the success of plants in the zones for which we have stated they will grow.

There are many different rootstocks used for the grafting of fruit trees trees. The primary purpose of rootstocks is to control the size of the tree and to stimulate fruiting more rapidly. The subject of rootstocks for various fruit trees is generally too technical and truthfully not significant for the general consumer. To simplify the issue, Dwarf trees grow to a height of 8-12’, Semi-Dwarf, 12-18’ and Standards 18-30”. Additionally, the fruiting period for Dwarf trees is 1-3 yrs., Semi-Dwarf 3-5 yrs., Grafted Standards 5-7 yrs. and Standard trees grown from seed may take 10 to 20 years to produce.

All fruit trees will be available for delivery as bare root stock in spring 2014. All shippable fruit trees will average between 3-5’ tall, not including the root, unless otherwise specified.

Please Note: Apple, Cherry, Plum, Pear and Apricot trees often require 2 trees for proper pollination. Trees that are self-fertile will be noted but, are generally more productive with another pollinator.

"Deer Plot Apple Tree Collection"

With apples ripening and dropping from early August into December, the right mix of trees will keep the deer coming. Whether for hunting, the pleasure of watching deer and other critters or simply for eating, these will be great collections. Consisting of 6 of our 3-5' trees. Collections will be assembled for you and will be supplied based on availability and the Zone in which you intend to plant. Most trees will be Semi-Dwarf though, some early producing standard trees may be included. All trees in our collection will produce at an early age, be annual bearers, and will typically grow to 12-18' tall

Collections are priced as follows:

1 or 2 collections @ $141.00 Each - That's only $23.50 per tree
3 to 5 collections @ $ 135.00 Each - That's only $22.50 per tree
6 or more collections @ $ 129.00 Each - That's only $21.50 per tree


We offer "DEER PLOT" collections in BIG & X-LARGE Trees as well. However, these are generally not economically shippable. For a complete packet of our DEER PLOT COLLECTION literature, please call us at 1-888-803-8733.



1 to 5 each
$27.00 ea
$25.00 ea
$24.00 ea
6 to 10 each
$26.00 ea
$24.00 ea
$23.00 ea
11 or more

Growing Height:     Dwarfs 8-12',     Semi-Dwarfs 12-18',     Standards 18-30'

All apple trees will be available for delivery as bare rootstock.

Arkansas Black - NEW ITEM - Zone 4-9. This crisp flavorful apple is perfect for fresh eating, baking and cooking. Flavor peaks after 30 days in refrigeration and keeps up to eight months. Cold hardy. Ripens in October.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

BEACON - Zone 3-6. Developed by the University of Minnesota in 1936, beacon is a cross between Malinda and Wealthy. Fruit is juicy, bright red, medium sized and wondeful for eating. Flesh is mildly acidic and ripens in mid to late august. Trees are hard and heavy annual bearers. Excellent early variety for deer plots.
Available in: <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

CANDY CRISP - NEW ITEM - Zone 4-7. This annual bearer has large fruit with a sweet and juicy flavor. The skin is golden with a pink blush. has excellent disease resistance. Believed to be a descendant of Red Delicious. Ripens early October with good storage up to 4 months.
Available in:

CONNELL RED - Zone 4-7 - A U. of MN introduction in 1943 Connell Red is a red blushed mutation of Fireside. With a distinctive flavor, this large apple is excellent for eating and cooking. Fruit ripens mid-October, keeps into April or May, trees are hardy and heavy bearers. A great 'Favorite' when added to any orchard.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

CORTLAND - Zone 4-8. Large red apples are extra juicy, with tangy sweet-tart flavor. Excellent in fruit salads as flesh stays white after cutting. Good eating, canning and pie apple. Heavy bearing, ripens in mid to late September.
Available in: Dwarf & Semi Dwarf

COX'S ORANGE PIPPEN - NEW ITEM - Zone 4-8. This antique apple was discovered in England in the 19th century. Its complex flavor hints of orange and mango and yellow skin with an orange-red blush. Excellent eaten fresh or for pies, sauces or ciders. Ripens mid-late September.
Available in: Dwarf & Semi Dwarf

DUCHESS OF OLDENBURG - Zone 3-6. This red selection is very cold hardy and produces an abundant annual crop of medium to large apples in late August. Fruit is tart and juicy, good for eating but best for pies and sauce. Short storage life. It is truly an old time favorite.
Available in:

EMPIRE - Zone 4-7. McIntosh type apple, excellent flavor, aromatic, great for pies and eating fresh. Fruit medium in size. ripens mid September, stores for 5-9 months. Resistant to mildew and fireblight.
Available in:
Semi Dwarf

ENTERPRISE - Zone 4-7. Fruit is medium to large, deep red, ripens mid-October and stores well. Excellent for pies and eating. Trees are spreading, good annual bearers, immune to scab, highly resistant to fire blight, cedar rust and moderately resistant to powdery mildew.
Available in:
Semi Dwarf

FIRESIDE - Zone 3-7. Large red striped fruit with yellowish flesh sweet, pleasant flavor. Ripens mid to late October, has good storage life, is resistant to cedar-apple rust. Excellent for eating or desserts.
Available in: Semi Dwarf

FREEDOM - Zone 4-7. A mid to late season large red apple good for eating, sauces and juice. Flesh is crisp, juicy and slightly tart. Very rigorous and productive fruit stores well into January. Excellent disease resistance, immune to apple scab.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

FROSTBITE - -Zone 3-7. A Minnesota bred apple (MN 447) way back in 1936, is now being re-introduced 'FROSTBITE'. This is a unique small apple with a very sweet intense flavor, is crisp, firm textured and very juicy. Ripening in late September, it is great for cider or cooking. It is a parent to "Keepsake and Sweet 16. Extremely Cold Hardy.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

ROYAL GALA - Zone 5-8. A New Zealand introduction in 1960, apples have bold red stripes over yellow. It is a great early season apple with crisp, firm fine grained texture. An annual producer great for eating. Ripens mid-August
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

GOLDEN DELICIOUS - Spur Type - Zone 4-8. Spur type is early bearing and productive. Rose blushed to yellow skin. Flesh is white, crisp and tangy. Stores well, ripens mid to late September. Best yields if pollinated with Red Delicious.
Available in Dwarf, Semi Dwarf & Standard

GOODLAND - Zone 3-6. A Canadian introduction in 1955, it is an open pollinated seedling of Greening. One of the best apples for cold regions with good success in zone 2b, it produces medium sized fruit annually. A red apple over cream, it is juicy, tender, aromatic and especially good for cooking. Ripens in late September but, has a short storage life.
Available: Standard

GRAVENSTEIN - Zone 5-9. A European variety originating in the 1800’s, apples have a sweet-tart flavor and are crisp with a juicy texture. One of the earliest ripening apples, late July into August, it is especially good for cooking, sauce and cider. Apples are green irregularly shaped with broad red stripes. Has short storage life.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

HARALRED - Zone 3-7. This fruit is redder and earlier than the standard 'Haralson', yet retains the good qualities of 'Haralson': juicy, tart, firm and a good keeper. Extremely hardy and fireblight resistant. This is an excellent variety for northern states. Ripens early October. 
Available in:

HAZEN - Zone 3-6 Developed in North Dakota in 1980, apples are large and dark red with green-yellow juicy flesh. Flavor is sweet but mild, pleasant for eating, cooking and as a dessert apple. Annual bearer in late August.
Available: Standard Only

HONEYCRISP- Zones 3-8. Introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1991, this is an excellent all around winner for flavor, crispness, and storage life---up to 7 months. Excellent for commercial or home orchards, ripening in late September. Considered one of the best among all apples. 
Available in Dwarf, Semi Dwarf & Standard

HONEYGOLD - Zone 3-8. Superior variety crossed between Golden Delicious and Haralson for color and flavor. Medium to large apple with excellent storage qualities. Cold Hardy. Ripens late September. 
Available in Dwarf & Semi dwarf

IDA RED- Zone 4-7. A large red apple, 'Ida Red' is mildly tart and firm in texture. This is a favorite of many for fresh eating and is especially good as a pie apple, baking and salads. Ripens mid-October, stores to April.
Available in Semi dwarf

JONATHAN - Zone 5-8. Fruit medium to large. Firm apple with top flavor, excellent for eating and cooking. Ripens late fall.  
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

LIBERTY - Zone 3-8. Produces medium sized quality fruit in abundance annually. Highly resistant to all major apple diseases. Good for fresh eating and cooking. Flavor intensifies with storage lasting well into February. 
Available in Semi dwarf

LODI - Zone 3-8. large fruit ready to harvest mid-August to early September. Sweet-tart flavor. Excellent commercial choice for applesauce, baby food or simply eating. 
Available in Semi dwarf

MACOUN - Zones 4-8. This is a very high quality late fall apple; firm, aromatic, color is dark purplish red over green background. Flesh is white. Compares to McIntosh as a dessert apple.Ripens late September.  
Available in Semi dwarf

MCINTOSH - Zone 4-8. One of the most favored apples grown or eaten anywhere. Soft, sweet and juicy, ripening early to mid-September. Generally a heavy bearer.
Available in Dwarf & Semi Dwarf

NORTHERN SPY - Zones 3-7. High quality late fall apple. Firm, aromatic, color is dark purplish red over green background. Flesh is white. Compares to McIntosh as a dessert apple. Ripens late September.
Available in Semi dwarf

NORLAND- Zones 2-7. One of the earliest apples to ripen, Norland is especially suited for colder regions. This is a natural semi dwarf tree that fruits at an early age and is very productive. Attractive red small to medium fruit is exceptional for eating, cooking, and makes great sauce and apple butter. Must pick before full maturity for better storage. Another great early apple that works well in deer plots.
Available in:

NORTHWEST GREENING - Zone 3-8. Excellent cooking and pie apple ripening in September. Large green apples are crisp, sweet-tart flavor and an excellent keeper.
Available In:

PAULA RED - Zone 4-8. Beautiful solid red apples are ready to eat by late August. Apples have tart flavor with light to creamy flesh, hang well on trees, store well and are equally good for eating, pies or sauce.
Available in Semi dwarf

PINK LADY- NEW ITEM Zone 5-8. A medium size fruit with rich yellow skin blushed with pink. Flavor is sweet-tart. Ripens late October.
Available In: Semi-Dwarf

PRISTINE- A yellow apple related to Lodi and Yellow Transparent and ripening in late July and August. However, Pristine is higher in sugar content, apples have good keeping quality and are disease resistant. Excellent for eating, pies and apple sauce.
Available In: Semi-Dwarf

RED BARON - Zone 3-6. Another U. on Minnesota developed in 1970. A cross of Golden Delicious & Daniels Red, apples produced are medium to large in size, crisp, sweet, juicy and mild. Very productive and bears at an early age. Great for eating, pies and sauce, ripening in late September. Resistant to fireblight
Available in: Standard

RED DELICIOUS - Zone 4-8. Spur type. Most popular of all apples. Medium to large fruit, firm flesh, sweet and juicy. Ripens mid to late September and has long storage life.
Available in: Dwarf & Semi-Dwarf

RED PRAIRIE SPY- NEW ITEM Zone 4-7. A red selection of Prairie Spy that has better adherence on the tree at maturity. Best for baking and has long term storage. Ripens Late September early October.
Available In: Semi-Dwarf

SNOWSWEET- Zone 3-7. Advertised by us as "The Newest Apple on the Planet" this apple was introduced by the U. on Minn. in 2007. It is truly one of the finest apple introduction in years. Fruit quality and flavor are incredible and the most unique aspect is that apples sliced for dessert are very slow to discolor. This has become our #1 best seller and is a great selection.
Available in: SOLD OUT

STATE FAIR - Zone 3-8. Bright red summer all purpose apple. Semi-sweet to acid flavor, juicy with yellow flesh. Medium size, good producer. Fruit ripens late September to early October. Cold hardy.
Available In: Semi-Dwarf

SWEET SIXTEEN - Zone 3-8. A very cold hardy variety developed by the University of Minnesota. Dark red apples are crisp and very sweet,. Withstands sub-zero conditions and bears heavily. Excellent for eating, pies and stores great. Ripens in late September.
Available in:

WEALTHY - Zone 4-8. This old time favorite is excellent for fresh eating, pies and sauce. A red striped apple with mellow flavor, often bears the first year. Very hardy.
Available in Semi dwarf

WINECRISP- NEW ITEM Zone 4-8. An attractive medium-sized dark red apple with outstanding spicy flavor. Ripens in October and excellent resistant to scab.
Available: Semi-Dwarf

WINESAP- NEW ITEM Zone 4-8. Originating in the mid 1800's, Winesap is a medium-sized,red apple great for fresh eating, dessert, juice and cider. Apples have a tangy flavor and ripen in early to mid-October. Trees are productive and bear fruit at an early age.
Available: Semi-Dwarf

WOLF RIVER - Zone 4-8. An old time favorite which originated in Central Wisconsin. Very large apples, pale yellow to green with carmine red blush and stripes. Ripening in late September, it is primarily used as a cooking apple.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf & Standard

YELLOW TRANSPARENT - Zone 4-8. Very early Summer apple ideal for eating, cooking and particularly for apple sauce. Pick by late August. Yellow-green in color.
Available in Semi dwarf & Standard

ZESTAR - Zone 3-7. A wonderful new apple from the Univ of Minnesota. At last, an early apple that is crisp and juicy. Excellent sweet tart flavor for eating and cooking. Stores much longer than most late August apples. Hardy and productive.
Available in Semi dwarf

For Your Information: A true Standard Apple tree is one grown from seed and may take from 10 to 20
years before it produces an apple. Ask us why trees put on special rootstocks are superior!

"BIG" & "X-LARGE" APPLE TREES - A Bigger Selection for 2014!

The following apple varieties are available as 5-6' or 6-8' trees, are well branched and of excellent quality. Though NOT SHIPPABLE, all will be made available for pick up at our distribution centers or at our headquarters in Neillsville, WI. These are ideal for Deer Plots and most should bear fruit in the first or second year after planting. A mix of varieties offered will provide apple drop from early August well into December. Many are hardy through Zone 3, all through zone 4.

Beacon, Connell Red, Duchess, Fireside, Gravenstein, Haralred, Honeygold, McIntosh, Norland,
N.W. Greening, Red Baron, Red Regent, Snowsweet, Wealthy & Zestar

BIGGER TREES are Priced @ $ 32.00 Each, X-LARGE TREES @ $ 38.00, XX-LARGE TREES @ $ 44.00 each


With the ever growing popularity of the Apple Deer Plots, and many customers asking ( WHAT ABOUT PEARS? )We now have added Pear Plot Collections to our venue this year. Our Collections include 4 or 6 trees, That ripen in succession from August through October. All trees will be Semi-Dwarf, and average 3-5' tall. Deer Love These Too!

We are offering a 4 Tree Collection @ $ 108.00 Each and a 6 Tree Collection @ $ 156.00 Each - That's only $ 24.00 Per Tree.

PEARS - ("WOW", What a Selection!)

BARTLETT - Zone 5-9. An old time favorite originating from England. Trees produce large fruit that is highly flavored, juicy and delivately flavored. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. Ripesn in September. Vigourous grower and bears young..
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

BOSC- An old time French variety with large russeted fruit. Bosc has smooth texture that is tender and juicy. Ripens in Octobber. Bartlett in a good pollinator.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

20th CENTURY ASIAN PEAR - Zone 4-8.This is considered one of the best flavored Asian pears. Fruit has a uniform globe shape and green-yellow color. Flesh is firm, sweet and juicy. Ripens late August. Pollinates with regular pears.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

RED CLAPPS - Zone 4-8. Red Clapps is a cold hardy tree that produces large early season lemon yellow pears with red cheeks. An annual bearer, fruit is fine textured, juicy and delicately flavored. Excellent eating right off the tree.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

COMICE - Zone 2-8. An extremely cold hardy variety grown commercially in Canada. Pears are medium in size with a golden color. This dessert pear is sweet and juicy with a luscious flavor.
Available in:

EARLY GOLD - Zone 2-7. This is an Iron Clad Cold Hardy pear that will produce almost to the arctic circle. An inproved seedling of 'Ure'pear, it has improved vigor and clorosis resistance. Abundant white flowers in spring produce yellow medium size fruit for picking and eating in early August. Foliage is an attractive glossy green. <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

FLEMISH BEAUTY- Zone 3-7. A large, highly flavored variety that produces tasty fruit. The skin is creamy yellow in color and sometimes lightly blushed with bright red. The tree is vigorous and productive. Ripens mid September.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

GOLDEN SPICE - Zone 3-7. This is a cold hardy pear that will produce 1.75" fruit, which is medium yellow with light red blush. Excellent for canning, coooking or for making spiced pears. Fair for fresh eating. We recommend using "Ure" as a pollinator. <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

GOURMET -Zone 4-8. A South Dakota introduction, trees are hardy and grow upright to 15-20 ft. tall. Fruit is green-yellow in color and medium in size with thick but tender skin. Flesh is yellowish, sweet, crisp and juicy making it an excellent dessert pear. Fruit matures the 3rd week of September in Brookings S.D. Trees are pollen-sterile and can not be used to pollinate other trees.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

LUSCIOUS - Zones 4-8. A product of South Dakota, fruit is juicy, sweet, medium to small and bright yellow. Ripens mid September. Excellent dessert pear for the Northern Great Plains. Trees have good disease resistance. <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

OLYMPIC GIANT ASIAN PEAR- Zone 4-8. Living up to its name, this huge round pear has a unique crunch with excellent flavor. Fruit is beautiful russetted, fawn-brown ripening early October. Cold hardy & stores well into late spring.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

PARKER - Zone 4-8. An introduction of the University of Minnesota in 1934, it is an open pollinated seedling of Manchurian pear. Produces large, yellow-bronze fruit that is fine grained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous, it is an excellent pollinator for Luscious. <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

PATTEN - Zone 4-8. Patten is one of the best pollinators for most other pear trees. Trees also produce fruit of very good size and quality, tender and juicy. <-- TOO BIG TO SHIP!!!

SECKEL - Zone 4-8. 'Seckel has a small russet colored fruit with a sweet and spicy flavor. Excellent flavor for eating and with firm flesh is well suited for canning and cooking. Fruit ripens in late August into September. Trees offered are Semi-Dwarf growing only to 15 ft. and are blight resistant. The beautiful display of white flowers in spring is a bonus.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

SUMMERCRISP - Zone 4-8. Fruit is medium size, yellow in color with white, juicy flesh. Ripens in late August. A good selection for canning or eating fresh. Tree is upright and vigorous, Fireblight resistant.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf

URE- Zone 3-7. Fruit is green-yellow, very juicy and about 2" in diameter. Ripens in mid-August and is good for eating. A good pollinator for 'Early Gold', trees have sturdy branching grow only to 15 ft. tall.
Available in: Standard

All stock will be Reserved and Shipped on a First Come - First Served basis.

"BIG" Pear Trees

Following are PEAR TREES we have available that are " TOO BIG TO SHIP ". They must be picked up at our Distribution Centers or in Neillsville. Descriptions are above.
All varieties will be 5to 7ft. tall and are priced at $ 38.00 Each


Note: Some varieties are available in XXL @ $ 44.00 Each

PEACHES - Individually Priced Below

(NOTE: All are Self Fertile)

Contender - Zone 4-8 - A freestone peach budded on Prunus Americana rootstock for cold hardiness and tolerance to spring frost. This self pollinating tree produces sweet extra-juicy fruit that is an absolute delight for fresh eating, canning, baking or freezing. Trees grow to only 12-15' tall. Fruit ripens mid to late August.
Available in: SOLD OUT

Halehaven - Zone 5-9. We carried this variety several years ago and our customers along Lake Michigan tell us it is a proven winner. An attractive yellow fleshed peach with red blush, produces medium to large fruit in abundance with excellent quality..
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 22.00

McKAY - Borderline Zone 4-5. Development of McKay Nursery, Watertown, WI, it has survived many hard winters. More hardy than most, producing large firm fruit of excellent quality. Ripens early to mid August.
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 32.00

RED HAVEN - Zone 5-8. One of the finest early peaches, ripening in early August. Medium sized, delicious flavor, color is red with yellow flesh. Hardy, heavy producer good for freezing and canning.
Available in: SOLD OUT

RELIANCE - Zone 5-8. Hardiest yellow-fleshed freestone peach available is medium sized and somewhat round. Good flavor, soft and juicy, ripening with Red Haven. Also, self-fertile.
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 25.00

SATURN - NEW ITEM - Zone 5-8. A variety of white peach, originally developed in Asia. They have large, showy, double pink, self-fruitful flowers. This doughnut-shaped fruit is yellow with white flesh. Bears sweet, freestone fruit in July.
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 25.00



Available in Standard Only at $29.00 each

BROOKCOT - Zone 3-8. A Semi-freestone fruit ripens early August, is bright yellowish orange with red blush. Fruit is sweet and juicy, great for fresh eating and canning. Self-fruiting.

DEBBIE'S GOLD - Zone 3-8 Yellowish orange fruit with firm texture. Great for canning and fresh eating. Self-fruitful, but yields better with a pollinator.

GOLDCOT - Zone 4-8.  Produces golden fruit up to 2" in diameter. Ripens mid to late July with good flavor for eating and amkes escellent jam. Self fruiting and heavy bearer.

MOONGOLD - Zone 4-8.  A 2"freestone fruit that is sweet with a slight acidity. Fruit is light gold ripening in late July. Excellent for eating, jams & jelly. 'Sungold is a recommended pollinator.

PIONEER CHINESE - Zone 4-8. A late blooming apricot ideal for higher elevations and climates prone to late spring frosts. Trees bear young with a heavy crop. Fruit is Golden-yellow with a reddish blush and is sweet, firm and juicy. Called a “sweet pit apricot” as the pit is edible with the taste of almond. Self-fertile, however yields improve with cross pollination..

SCOUT - Zone 3-8.  Fruit is 1 1/2" and bronze gold in color. Good for canning and ham, fair for fresh eating. Trees are self fertile, but will be more productive with another pollinator.

SUNGOLD - Zone 4. Bright clear gold 1 1/4" fruit which hangs on tree until ripe.  Flavor is mild and sweet.  Eating quality is good for sauces and jams.  Blooms late April and ripens early August.

WESTCOT - Zone 3-8. A 2" freestone fruit is mildly sweet and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. SOLD OUT


CHERRIES - All priced at $29.00 each

NOTE: Most Cherry and Plum trees offered grow to heights of 10-20 feet and require 2 trees for proper pollination.

BING - Zone 5-8. Black Cherry. Flesh solid, sweet flavor of the highest quality, ripening in mid-July. Excellent market variety.
Available in:
Standard Only

BLACK GOLD - Zone 4-8. This is a Black, Sweet Cherry that is being grown, harvested and eaten in our own neighborhood. Medium sized cherries have excellent flavor and appearance.
Available in:
Semi Dwarf Only

EVANS BALI - Zone 3-8. A sweet-tart cherry with fruit 1" in diameter. Fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. A self-fertile variety, it is extremely hardy and a great addition to any orchard.
Available in: Standard Only 15-20'

LAPIN - Zone 4-8. Lapin is a self-fertile variety producing big, beautiful dark mahogany red, sweet cherries. These are some of the largest and juiciest cherries that grow on trees. Wonderful for fresh eating or baking. Trees grow 15-20 Ft. tall and fruit is highly resistant to browning.
Available in:

MESABI - Zone 4-8. Another sweet-tart, long stemmed cherry with sugar content between pie cherries and Bing. Fruit resembles Meteor but pit is smaller. Trees grow to 10-14', bloom about May 10 and are self-fertile.
Available in: Standard Only

METEOR - Zone 4-8. Zone 3-8. Produces large, bright red fruit. Flavor is mildly acid. Excellent for pies and sauce. Ripens early to mid July. Self-fertile.
Available in: Semi Dwarf Only

MONTMORENCY - Zone 3-8. Large tart red fruit is excellent for pies or preserves. Firm and juicy for home and commercial use. Ripens late July. Also, self-fertile.
Available in: Standard Only

NORTH STAR - A dwarf cherry tree introduced by the U. of Minnesota in 1950. A very productive tree growing to only 8-10 Ft. Cherries are bright red and sour ripening in early July. Excellent for pies. Also, self-fertile.
Available in: Dwarf Only

RAINIER SWEET CHERRY - NEW ITEM - Zone 5-9. A large, beautiful, golden yellow fruit with a red blush. Trees bear an abundance of sweet, richly flavored, firm and juicy cherries. Considered one of the best. Pollinates well with Bing.
Available in: SOLD OUT

SWEET CHERRY PIE - NEW ITEM - Zone 3-7. Introduced by an orchardist in Wisconsin, This new sour pie cherry has a sweet flavor. Fantastic for jams, jellies, and pies. Grows to only 15' tall.
Available in: Standard Only



ALDERMAN - Zone 4-8. Fruit ripening in late August is burgundy red and of large size. Excellent for fresh eating or preserves, fruit is soft and juicy. Generally bears fruit in second year after planting. This great selection pollinates well with Superior or Toka. Grows 10-15' Tall.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

BLACK ICE - Zone 4-8. Though Zoned 4-8, BlackIce is Successfully Producing Fruit
in Zone 3b. A naturally compact Dwarf tree, it grows only 8-12' tall. Nearly
black fruit is large and of dessert quality for fresh eating, preserves and jelly, ripening in late August.
Available in: Dwarf Only     Price: $ 30.00

MOUNT ROYAL - Zone 4-8. This European blue plum is good eaten right off the tree or excellent for dessert. Tender and juicy, it is considered the best blue cultivar in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Ripens mid to late August, it is also self-fertile.
Available in: Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

PEMBINA - Zone 3-8. This plum is an old timer that originated in Brookings, SD back in 1923. Plums aer large and red, maturing in late August. Flesh is yellow and fruit is sweet, juicy and good for jams, jelly or fresh eating. Requires pollinator and grows only 10 to 15' tall.
Available in: Semi Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

PIPESTONE - Zone 4-8. Immense in size, this red plum with red blush is very sweet and juicy. Excellent quality is fresh from the tree or in jams and jelly. Very hardy, ripening in mid season.
Available in: Semi Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

STANLEY - Zone 5-8. The most popular of blue plums, fruit is medium-large with greenish yellow flesh. Produces large crop annually, ripening early September. Good as fresh fruit, desserts, canning jams or jellies.
Available in: Semi Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

SUPERIOR - Zone 5-8. Considered one of the best plums on the market. Produces large fruit with dark red skin. Has yellow flesh and is sweet and juicy. Ripens in late August. Excellent for jam and jelly. Heavy bearer.
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 28.00

TOKA - Zone 3-7. Red and of medium size, this is one of the best pollinators for other plums. Richly flavored with apricot colored flesh. Ripens mid August.
Available in: Standard Only     Price: $ 28.00

WANETA - Zone 3-7. This early bearing produces heavy crops of large, yellow blushed red fruit. Good for fresh eating or canning. Ripens late August to early September. Best if pollinated with Toka.
Available in: Semi-Dwarf Only     Price: $ 28.00

This concludes our current listing of available Fruit Trees.
Inquire about special pricing for volume purchases and availability.

PLEASE NOTE: Cherry, Plum, Pear and Apricot Trees require 2 trees for proper pollination.

All stock will be Reserved and Shipped on a First Come - First Served basis.

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