Fruit Trees - Apple

Freedom

Fireside Apple

Fireside Apple

Red fruit is large and good for eating, sauces and juice. Crisp flesh is, juicy with a slight tartness. Immune to apple scab and to mildew, cedar-apple rust and fire blight. Ripens late September. 

Zone 4

Fireside Apple

Fireside Apple

Fireside Apple

Large, red striped fruit with a sweet, pleasant flavor. Good storage life. Resistant to cedar-apple rust. Ripens Late September. 

Zone 4 

Granny Smith

Fireside Apple

Granny Smith

Flesh is hard, crisp and juicy with excellent tart flavor. Fruit is grass green and shiny. Ripens October. 

Zone 5

Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp

Granny Smith

Apple is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well-balanced. Excellent storage life. Ripens Mid-September. 

Zone 4

Honeygold

Honeycrisp

Snow Sweet

A cold-tolerant dessert apple. Tastes like Golden Delicious with a kiss of honey    

golden yellowish green with a bronze blush. Ripens in early October and keeps well. 

Zone 3

Snow Sweet

Honeycrisp

Snow Sweet

Appetizing appearance! Fruit has a white, crisp flesh that’s sweet, tasty and perfect for fresh eating. Remains crisp and resists browning (oxidizing) long after cutting. Disease- resistant to scab and fire blight. Fruit stores up to 2 months on average, introduced in 2006, Cold - hardy. Ripens mid-September. 

Zone 4

Wealthy

Wolf River

Wolf River

Very juicy apple, with a tart and sweet strawberry-like flavor. Intense pink & white spring time blooms, the long bloom period makes Wealthy a great pollinator of other apple trees. good for cooking, pies, sauces and juices. very cold hardy & has a good resistance 

to apple scab, fire blight and apple cedar. Ripens Early September.

Zone 4

Wolf River

Wolf River

Wolf River

A well-known apple that has a sprightly flavor and a medium storage life. Nearly solid, bright red skin. Heavy bearer. Good for eating and baking. Wolf River is truly one huge handful of an apple where 2-3 can be more than enough for a family’s apple pie! Ripens Mid to Late September. 

Zone 4

Fruit Trees - Apricot

Pioneer Chinese

Late blooming ideal for 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

Zone 3

Fruit Trees - Cherry

Mesabi

North Star

North Star

Long stemmed, red-fleshed fruits with sugar content halfway between pie cherries and 'Bing' cherries.

Zone 4

North Star

North Star

North Star

Red fruit with a small stone. Very productive. A sour pie cherry. Blooms in early May. 

Zone 4 

Fruit Trees - Peach

Contender

Contender

Contender

    

A freestone peach with bright yellow flesh. Sweet, extra-juicy fruit is good for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing. Self-pollinating. Ripens mid-to late August.

Zone 4

Elberta

Contender

Contender

Most popular of all peaches. This yellow freestone is juicy, ideal for eating, canning and freezing.

Zone 5

Reliance

Contender

Reliance

Hardy yellow-fleshed freestone peach. Medium sized, with a dull blush over green-yellow color. Flesh is bright yellow, rather soft and juicy. 

Zone 5

Fruit Trees - Pear

Luscious

Summercrisp

Luscious

Juicy, sweet, medium bright yellow fruit. Blooms early May. Tree globe shaped. Glossy green foliage, red fall color. Fire blight resistant. 'Parker' is a good pollinator. 

Zone 4

Parker

Summercrisp

Luscious

Large, yellow-bronze fruit. Fine Sgrained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous grower. Pollinator for 'Luscious'.

Zone 4

Summercrisp

Summercrisp

Summercrisp

Free of fire blight. an annual bearer. Fruit is pyriform in shape, 2.5-3" in diameter and 3-3.5" long. Blooms early in May. Harvested in mid-August when crisp and still green with a red blush. Fruit harvested at the time is sweet and crisp and may be stored up to 2 months. use either 'Parker' or 'Patten' as pollinator. 

Zone 4

Fruit Trees - Plum

Mount Royal

Blue - European Plum. Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. 

Zone 4

Blueberry - SOLD OUT

Bluecrop

A midseason blueberry. Considered to be the best variety for consistent yields, and disease resistance. It has an upright, open growing habit. 

Zone 4

Grapes

Concord Seedless - Low Quantities

Concord Seedless - Low Quantities

Concord Seedless - Low Quantities

Fruit resembles 'Concord' in color and flavor, and berries are smaller. Berries are seedless. Excellent pie, jam and jelly grape. 

Zone 5

Himrod White

Concord Seedless - Low Quantities

Concord Seedless - Low Quantities

A type of white seedless grape prized as a table grape its large clusters of flavorful, juicy fruits. 

Zone 5

Raspberry - SOLD OUT

Heritage

The medium sized red fruit has a very good flavor and quality. First crop mid-July, second crop September 1. 

Zone (Everbearing)

Rhubarb - Low Quantities

Canada Red

Bright red stems are delicious for sauces and pies. One of the sweetest of the red rhubarb. 

Zone 3

Strawberry - SOLD OUT

Allstar

Allstar

Allstar

High yields of very large, sweet, extra juicy berries in late mid-season. Vigorous plants are resistant to verticillium wilt and red stele, and moderately resistant to leaf scorch and powdery mildew. 

Zone 3 ( Junebearing)

Honeoye

Allstar

Allstar

Early season producers of large, firm, bright orange-red to red fruit, consistent size throughout the season. Heavy producers, which is why its ranked among most lists. 

Zone 3 (Junebearing)

Ozark Beauty

Ozark Beauty

Ozark Beauty

Produces high yields of large very sweet fruit form late spring until frost, with concentrated fruiting in summer and gain in fall. Ideal for jams, preserves, or desserts. Plants are cold-hardy and send out long runners. 

Zone 4 (Everbearing)

Quinault

Ozark Beauty

Ozark Beauty

Variety that produces berries on unrooted runners. Makes excellent ground cover or border planting along walks or paths. Fruit is tasty and can be ready to eat in 4 to 5 weeks after planting. Berries up to 2" in diameter from June till frost. 

Zone 2 (Everbearing)

Asparagus - SOLD OUT

Mary Washington

A strong growing and productive strain, producing long, thick spears in May and early June. Suitable for freezing. 

Zone 3