Fruit Trees
Johansen Greenhouse



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

  • Zone 4

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

  • The flesh is hard, crisp, and juicy with an excellent tart flavor. Fruit is grass green and shiny. Ripens October.

  • Zone 5


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

  • Zone 4


  • A cold-tolerant dessert apple. It tastes like Golden Delicious with a kiss of honey golden yellowish-green with a bronze blush. It ripens in early October and keeps well.

  • Zone 4 


  • Natural disease resistance to apple scab, cedar apple rust, fire blight, and powdery mildew. Fruit has a yellow background with red overtones, a crisp white flesh. For fresh eating, cooking, canning, or keeping. Ripens mid-September.

  • Zone 4



  • Yellow fruit with an orange red blush ripens in late July. Freestone fruit is juicy and is excellent for fresh eating or canning with a mild sweet flavor, 2" diameter at maturity. Self-fruitful.

  • Zone 3


Jersey Giant

  • All-male hybrid that is resistant to rust, fusarium, and crown and root rot. The most winter hardy of all the Hybrids and is widely adapted to temperate and cool climates. It produces medium to large (7-9"), green spears with purple bracts.

  • Zone 4


Chester Thornless

  • Sweet fruit, resistance to cane blight and, lack of thorns. A trailing blackberry plant produces large deeply flavored, berries for preserves and freezing.

  • Zone 5

Baby Cakes

  • A dwarf, thorn-less blackberry perfect for patio pots with its compact habit. In summer, large, sweet tasting berries present on the plant in a fireworks-like spray of fruit. In most regions, this blackberry will produce twice in one season!

  • Zone 5



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

  • Zone 4

Pink Icing

  • Large, robust berries. Foliage has many shades of pink mixed with blue and deep greens and turns a stunning turquoise blue in winter. Plant in decorative patio pots or in the landscape for year-round color and beauty. Semi-evergreen.

  • Zone 4

Blueberry Glaze

  • Bushel and Berry™ is reminiscent of a boxwood and can easily be sheared as such. The white with pink lowers beautifully contrast the deep foliage color. Intense flavor much like the flavor of wild blueberries.

  • Zone 4


Black Tartarian

  • It produces large, purplish black fruit with a sweet, rich, full-bodied flavor that is great for fresh eating and preserves. This cultivar is also a pollinator for Rainier Cherry.

  • Zone 5


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

  • Zone 4

North Star

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

  • Zone 4

Rainer Sweet

  • Large, delicious yellow fruit with a beautiful dark red blush. Pollinator for Black Tartarian.                                                                                              

  • Zone 5


Concord Seedless

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

  • Zone 5

Himrod White Grape

  • Sweet, juicy grapes, beautifully green ornamental foliage

    and dainty white flowers that pollinate themselves. Disease resistant, cold, and hardy.

  • Zone 5



  • 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


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

  • Zone 5


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

  • Zone 5



  • 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


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

  • Zone 4


  • 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 for up to 2 months. Use either 'Parker' or 'Patten' as a pollinator.

  • Zone 4


Mount Royal

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

  • Zone 4



  • Medium sized red fruit has very good flavor and quality. First crop mid-July, second crop Sept. 1st.

  • Zone (Everbearing)


  • Large black raspberry, an excellent choice for use in jellies. Jewel is winter hardy and a very reliable choice. Self-fertile

  • Zone 4


  • A compact, thorn-less raspberry that that is very easy to grow, giving you a big crop the first summer through July. It has attractive foliage and charming white flowers in spring.

  • Zone 4


Canada Red

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

  • Zone 3



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

  • Zone 3 ( June-bearing)


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

  • Zone 3 (Junebearing)

Ozark Beauty

  • Produces high yields of large, very sweet fruit from 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)


  • 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)