New Fruit Stock & Ornamentals 2019

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Apple Trees

  • Cortland (zone 4-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Mid-late season

Ripening Date: Late September


Medium-sized bright red. Tropical flavor, white flesh. Excellent for eating and cooking.


  • Fireside  (zone 4-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Mid-late Season

Ripening Date: Mid-October


Large red striped fruit with sweet flavor. Excellent flavor good for eating. Good storage life. 


  • Haralred (zone 3-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Late Season

Ripening Date: Late Sept/Early Oct


Fruit is juicy, tart, firm, good keeper, hardy and excellent variety for northern states.


  • Hazen (zone 4-6), Std, naturally semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Early Season

Ripening Date: Late August


Dark red, large fruit is sweet but mild for eating, cooking and as a dessert apple. Annual bearer. Naturally semi-dwarf tree growing to about 10-15' in height. Short storage life. Hardy variety. Does very well without spraying.


  • Honeycrisp (zone 4-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Mids-Season

Ripening Date: Late September

Exceptionally crisp and juicy, sweet but well-balanced. Long storage.


  • Liberty (zone 4-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Mid-Season

Ripening Date: Late September


A productive variety that is crisp, juicy with a sprightly flavor. Keeps well into February. Resistant to apple scab and cedar-apple rust. Does not require fungicide sprays.

 

  • McIntosh (zone 4-7), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Mid-Season

Ripening Date: Late September


A well-known older apple that has a sprightly flavor with medium storage life. Bright red skin, heavy bearer. Good for eating and baking. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.


  • State Fair (zone 3-6), semi-dwarf

Bloom Date: Early Season

Ripening Date: Mid-Late August


A Medium-sized red striped fruit with a sprightly tart flavor that is good for eating and baking. Good texture, semi-acid to sweet. All purpose apple. One of the better early apples or northern locations. Short storage life.

Cherry Trees

  • Evans Bali (zone 3-8)

Height: 15-20'

Bloom Date: Early May

Fruit Type: Sour

Ripening Date: August

Pollination: Self-fruitful


Deep, dark red fruit 1" in diameter and excellent for baking and fresh eating. The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. Extremely hardy buds.


  • Mesabi (zone 4-8)

Height: 10-14'

Bloom Date: Early May

Fruit Type: Sour

Ripening Date: Early July

Pollination: Self-fruitful


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

Pear Trees

  • Golden Spice (zone 3-7)

Bloom Date: Early May

Ripening Date: September

Pollination: Use 'Ure'


  • A very hardy pear with 1 3/4" medium yellow, lightly blushed with red and ripen mid-season. Good for canning and spicing, fair for eating.


  • Ure (zone 3-7)Bloom Date: Early May

Ripening Date: Mid-August

Pollination: Use 'Golden Spice'


Fruit is green-yellow, very juicy and approx 2" in diameter. Has sturdy branching. Good for eating and canning. Approx ripening date is August 15th.

Plum Trees

  • Alderman (zone 4-8)

Height: 10-15'

Bloom Date: Late April

Fruit Type: Clingstone

Ripening Date: Late August

Pollination: Use 'Superior', 'Toka' or 'Compass'


Red plum - Burgundy red fruit, excellent fresh or for preserves, soft and sweet. Bears fruit the second season after planting. Very attractive and valued as an ornamental.


  • Superior (zone 4-8)

Height: 15-20'

Bloom Date: Late April

Fruit Type: Clingstone

Ripening Date: Late August

Pollination: Use 'Toka'


Red plum - Large dark red fruit good for fresh eating, jam and jelly. Flesh is yellow, sweet and juicy. Heavy bearing. Often sets fruit the first year. 


  • Toka (zone 3-8)

Height: 15-20'

Bloom Date: Late April

Fruit Type: Clingstone

Ripening Date: Mid-August

Pollination: Use 'Superior' or 'Alderman'


Red plum -  One of the best pollinators. A medium sized red fruit, richly flavored variety with beautiful apricot color.


  • Mount Royal (zone 4-8) self-pollinator

Height: 8-12'

Bloom Date: Early May

Fruit Type: Freestone

Ripening Date: Late August

Pollination: Self-fruitful


Blue - European Plum - Good for fresh eating and excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. Self-pollinating.

Grape

  • St. Theresa Seedless (zone 4-9), purple grapes, mostly seedless, early season table grape and can be used for juice or jellies
  • Somerset Seedless (zone 4-8), seedless table or juice grape with excellent flavor, deep red berries. berries are edible at pink stage in August, but sweeter when fully ripened


Blueberry Bushes

  • Northblue (zone 3-8), mature height 3-4'
  • Northcountry (zone 3-8), mature height 18-24"
  • Northland (zone 4-7), mature height 3-4'
  • Patirot (zone 4-8), mature height 4-6'
  • Jersey (zone 4-8), mature height 5-6'
  • Blueray (zone 4-7), mature height 5'
  • Bluecrop (zone 4-8), mature height 4-6'


More Fruit:


Peach, Contender (zone 4-8) 

Height: 12-15'

Bloom Date: Early May

Fruit Type: Freestone

Ripening Date: Mid-Late August

Pollination: Self-fruitful 


A freestone peach with bright yellow flesh. Cold hardy and tolerance of spring frosts. Sweet, extra-juicy fruit, great for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing. 


Black Current, Consort (zone 3-7 

Height: 4-6'

Spread: 4'

Ripening Date: July-August

Pollination: Self-fruitful


Ripens late in the season, black fruit with strong flavor, medium  in size and borne in clusters. Plants are very producive, immune to white pine blister rust, which is why his variety is now allowed in NH.


Jostaberry (zone 3-8)

Heiht: 4-6'

Spread 4'

Ripening Dat: July-August

Pollination: Self-fruitful


Glossy round berries are firm, plump and loaded with vitamin C. Rich, berry taste is a blend of black currant and gooseberry flavor, sweet and satisfying. Fruits are abundant starting early July. Usually fruits the second year.


Strawberry, Ft. Laramie & Honeyoye (zone 3-10)

Ornamental Trees & Shrubs

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Flowering Crab Apples

  • Prairifire, (zone 4-7) single red/purple flowers, Maroon Fruit 3/8-1/2". Disease resistant, has especially good foliage retention during summer. It blooms later than most crabs. The bark is a glossy dark red with numerous prominent lenticels, and the fruit does not drop.  Height 15-20', Spread 20'


  • First Editions Ruby Tears (TM) (zone 4-7) weeping habit, single pink flowers, fruit dark red 3/8".  Red buds open to fragrant pink flowers which completely engulf the cascading branches each spring. This naturally weeping crab has a habit similar to ‘Louisa’ and burgundy-green foliage like ‘Prairiefire’. Attractive dark red fruit lasts into mid-winter. Height 8-10', Spread 12-15'


  • Snowdrift (zone 3-7) white flowers, fruit orange-red 3/8" persistent.  This outstanding white flowering crab has heavy textured, glossy green foliage, and persistent glossy orange-red fruit. A hardy and low maintenance crabapple. Height 15-20', Spread 20-25'


  • Purple Prince (4-7)   outstanding rose-red blossoms and maroon fruits. The purple-bronze foliage and bright flowers rival 'Liset' but 'Purple Prince' does not suffer from stem splitting and is faster growing. Because it matures quickly as a young tree this is one of the best purple-leaf crabs for growers. Excellent resistance to scab, fireblight and cedar-apple rust.  Fruit -Maroon, 3/8". Height 20', Spread 20'

Assorted Shrubs (including Azalea)

  • Mandarin Lights Azalea-orange (4-7)  Blooms in early spring with bright, mandarin orange blossoms before it leafs out for summer. Fall foliage is an attractive bronze. Height 4-5', Spread 4-5'


  • Northern Lights Azalea (zone 4-7) Medium size blooms with shades of light to deep pink. Prefers light shade, but does well in full sun. Hardy plant with flowers buds surviving to -40. Height 4', spread 5-6'


  • Northern Hi-Lights Azalea-cream (zone 4-7)  Blooms are a creamy white with yellow upper lip petals. The fall foliage is an outstanding bronzed burgundy. Height 4-5', Spread 5'


  • Tri-Lights Azalea (zone 4-7) Flowers are white with a pink tinge and yellow center in late May to early June. Prefers light to medium shade. Flower buds hardy to -30 . Height 4-5', spread 5-6'


  • P.J.M Rhododendron (zone 4-7) Evergreen shrubs with Mauve blooms in spring and purple fall foliage. Height 4-5', spread 3-5'   
  • Meadowlark Forsythia (zone 3-8) Height 8-10',Spread 6-10', semi-arching
  • Rosa Hansa Rose (zone 3-7) hardy hybrid rugosa, fragrant medium red flowers, petal count 25-30, meaty red rose hips, for jam or jelly.


  • Winter Red Winterberry (zone 4-9), dark green, bronze fall foliage, female selection, bright red fruit persisting into winter. Use 'Southern Gentleman' for pollination. Height 6-9', spread 8'


  • Southern Gentleman Winterberry (zone 4-9), male selection used to pollinate 'Winter Red', height 6-9', spread 6-8'


  • Little Princes Spirea (zone 3-8) Small leaves on short wiry steams. Pretty pink flowers bloom in summer. Excellent groundcover or dwarf specimen. Dark red fall color. Sun or light shade. Height 24-30", spread 3'

Lilac Bushes

  • Declaration (zone 4-7) redish-purple, height 6-8', spread 6-7
  • Miss Canada (zone 2-7) single, bright pink, height 6-9', spread 5-8', late flowering
  • Miss Kim (3-7) single, pale lilac, burgundy fall foliage, height 6-7', spread 5-6', late flowering
  • Beauty of Moscow (zone 3-7), double white/pale pink, height 10-12', spread 8'
  • President Grevy (3-7), double lilac- blue, height 10-12', spread 8'
  • Pocahontas (zone 2-7), single, deep violet, darkest purple, height 10-12', spread 10-12'

Hydrangea Bushes

  • NEW First Editions Diamond Rouge (zone 3-8), dark green foliage, long lasting flowers on strong stems that start out white and progress to pink, raspberry red and finally wine red. Flowers start blooming in July and take on red coloration earlier in the season than other pink paniculatas. Height 4-5', spread 3-4'
  • Limelight (zone 3-8), sun or part shade, bright lime-green flowers in late summer, in autumn displays shades of pink, burgundy and green. Height 6-8', spread 5-7'
  • Tardiva (zone 3-8), Showy white flowers turning pink in mid-late August, late blooming, height 6-8', spread 8-10'


Conifer Shrubs & Trees (Evergreens)

  • Rhododendron, P.J.M (zone 4-7) . Refer to flowering shrubs above for details.


  • Juniper, Sea Green (zone 4-8) Mint green foliage, fountain-like arching branches. Excellent evergreen for foundation planting. Foliage darkens in winter. Height 4-6', spread 4-6'


  • Juniper, Blueberry Delight (zone 3-7) Dense, low speading juniper with rich, dark green needles with contrasting silver blue on the upper leaf surface. Height 1', spread 4-5'


  • Juniper, Blue Chip (zone 3-8) Prostrate Juniper that maintains outstanding blue color all season. Best in sun or light shade. Compact growth habit needs little shearing. Height 8-10", spread 3-5'


  • Juniper, Wilton Blue Rug (zone 3-8) One of the best prostrate junipers that form a dense mat of blue foliage. Excellent groundcover or bank planting or drape over retaining walls. Height 4-6", spread 3-5'


  • Juniper, Blue Star (zone 4-8) Forms a mounded shape of bright, steel-blue foliage. Slow growing. Can be used as groundcover or mass plantings. Full sun to light shade. Height 2', spread 4'


  • Juniper, Witchita Blue (zone 3-7) Attractive silvery blue foliage on a distinctive and broadly pyramidal tree form. Low maintenance and retains its brilliant color all year. Makes an excellent screen, hedge or specimen tree. Height 18', spread 8'


  • Cypress, Russian (zone 2-6) Dwarf, densely branched, low growing evergreen with low spreading form. Foliage resembles arborvitae. Bright green summer color turning bronze in winter. Grows in both full sun and full shade. Height 12", spread 3-4'


  • Picea, Bird's Nest Spruce (zone 3-7) Beautiful dwarf spruce, broad, dense and slow growing. Light green foliage on spreading branches rises up slightly with nodding tips. Distinctive plant for rock gardens or specimen use. Hardy, best in full sun or minimal shade. Height 3', spread 2-3'


  • Juniper, Dwf Japanese Garden (4-8) A dwarf evergreen with a ounding, creeping growth habit and beautiful bllue-green folige. A nice accent when planted in a rock garden. Height 6-10", spread 3-5'


  • Globe Blue Spruce (3-5)  Compact, rounded to mound shaped with beautiful blue foliage. Valuable as an accent or specimen plant. Very slow growth. Height 3-5', Spread 5-6


  • Spruce, Fat Albert Blue (zone 3-7) A truly blue spruce, grafted tree is slow growing with a naturally straight leader and well shaped form. Requires no staking or training. Height 15', spread 8-10'


  • Pine, Mugo (zone 2-7) Dwarf, bright green color all seasons. Mounded shape that can be maintained by pruning. Especially nice in early summer when new candles of growth appear. Very hardy and rugged. Full sun. Height 3-5', spread 3-6'

Herbaceous Perennials

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Daylilies

  • Rosy Returns-rose pink (zone 4-8)  A burgundy-red sport of the popular 'Stella d'Oro'. Rebloomer. 
  • Rainbow Rhythm® Going Bananas (zone 3-9)  An improved 'Happy Returns' with 4" canary-yellow flowers, will bloom from early June to fall. Flowers are held on well branched stems, often 10-15 buds per scape. Rebloomer.
  • Grape Magic Daylily-purple (zone 3-9)  A grape colored flower with 4" wide blooms having a dark eyezone and veins with lighter petal edges. Throat changes from yellow to green. Rebloomer. Mid to late season. 
  • Stella d'Oro  (zone 4-11)  A sensational, award-winning selection that blooms with heavy clusters of large, yellow flowers. Reblooms freely into early fall if spent flower stalks are promptly removed. This easy to care for plant forms neat, compact foliage clumps. An herbaceous perennial that may remain evergreen in mild winter regions. 

Echinacea (cone flower)

Hot Pink

White Swan

Sedum

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 Inventory availability will be strong and varied in early spring, however as the season progresses, availability is subject to change and may not be reflected on our website.  You may call ahead to see if a particular variety is still in stock. If you're interested in several varieties, we welcome you to come visit our nursery during regular business hours.