Stanley plums are medium to large, oval, dark blue fruits with a European freestone with yellow-green flesh. This tree is a heavy annual producer. This variety is ideal for drying, fresh eating, and canning.
HardiRed Nectarine is a vigorous and productive tree that bears loads of deep -red skinned nectarines with a delicious, sweet yellow flesh. It's flavor surpasses anything you will ever buy in supermarket. HardiRed nectarines are superb for eating fresh, desserts, canning or preserves. Any fruit we do not devour when fresh...we just freeze the slightly stewed flesh( no sugar or thickeners) for our winter enjoyment. Productive, reliable and carefree. This variety is disease-resistant (especially to bacterial spot and brown rot) making it easy to grow, and it is very productive — thin the bountiful fruit crop for bigger nectarines. Fruits feature firm, yellow, flavorful flesh.
SELF-POLLINATING ZONE 4-5 or colder if protected from winter winds
SEED, standard rootstock
Stella Sweet Cherry
This popular and prolific varieties features showy white flowers in spring and superb, dark red, sweet fruit in summer. This is an excellent self-pollinating variety that can be used as a pollenizer for other sweet Cherries.
MAZZARD, standard rootstock
Anjou pears are medium in size, averaging eight centimeters in diameter, and are short, squat, and egg-shaped with a wide base that gradually tapers to a rounded top with a thick, dark-brown stem. The skin is bright green, smooth, firm, and is covered in lenticels or pores and some rose blush on the side most exposed to the sun. The flesh is white to cream-colored, dense, and buttery with a slightly gritty texture. When ripe, Anjou pears are juicy and soft with subtle, sweet flavors and notes of lemon and lime.
This tree needs a pollinator.
The Cortland apple was developed in 1898 by Professor S.A. Beach at Cornell University’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. It was first distributed in 1915. Over the next decade it quickly became one of the more popularly produced apples in New York State and won many awards including the Wilder medal of the American Pomological Society. Today, the Cortland apple ranks as the 12th most commonly commercially produced apple in the US. Cortland trees are known for their ability to thrive in cold weather and can be found growing in apple growing regions on the east coast, Washington State, Oregon, and Quebec and Ontario in Canada. They are also grown in France and Poland. Cortland apples are medium to large in size, and often rather flat in shape. They are bright red and covered with dark red streaks; often they are capped with a green blush. Their crisp, finely-grained white flesh is exceptionally juicy with a sharp, sweet-tart, vinous flavor.