Fruit Trees and Shrubs in Stock


These apples are currently available our Fountainville Pa location. We can deliver and plant if needed.

20 Bing Cherry Trees 7-8' in 30gal pots....$65ea .......................View this plant

20 Mesabi Cherry Trees 6' in 30 gal pots...$50ea .......................View this plant

20 Red Delicious Apple Trees 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

20 Yellow delicious Apple Trees 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

20 Johnathan Apple Trees 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

These are currently potted in Fountainville, Pa.
These can be picked up in late May 2008

20 Apple Red Delicious 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

20 Apple Yellow Delicious 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

20 Johnathan Apple Trees 6' in 30 gal pots....$50ea

10 Stella Cherry 8' in 30 gal pots....$65ea

20 Bailey Hardy Peach 7' in 30 gal pots....$65ea


Bareroot Fruited Apple Trees For Spring Shipment


Connnell Red Apple 1" are $18.00
Cortland Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Delicious Golden Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Delicioue Red Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Empire Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Fireside Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Freedom Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Granny Smith Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Haralred Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Haven Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Honeygold Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Johnathan Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Liberty Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Macoun Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Mcintosh Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Northwest Greening Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Red Dutchess Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Red Prairie Spy Apple
Red Regent Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
State Fair Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
Sweetsixteen Apple 9/16 " are $15.00
We will ship these bareroot or custom grow these trees in 30 gal pots. These apples are usually available from 7/16 to 11/16 inch caliper if ordered early to your expected shipping date. Prices depend on quantity ordered and shipping distance. Some available in Standard, dwarf, and semi-dwarf.

If you need more information or want to place an order, please Email Us

Bareroot Fruited Apricot Trees For Spring Shipment


Moongold Apricot
Moorpark Apricot
Scout Apricot
Sungold Apricot


Bareroot Fruited Cherry Trees For Spring Shipment


Bing Cherry
Black Tartarian Cherry
Evans Bali Cherry
Mesabi Cherry
Meteor Cherry
Montmorency Cherry
Northstar Cherry
Stella Cherry


Bareroot Peach Trees For Spring Shipment


Bailey Hardy Peach
Elberta Peach
Redhaven Peach
Reliance Peach


Bareroot Fruited Pear Trees For Spring Shipment


Barrlet Pear
Bosc Pear
Clapp's Favorite Pear
Gourmet Pear
Luscious Pear
Parker Pear
Patten Pear
Seckel Pear
Summercrisp Pear
Ure Pear


Berry Plants

We stock at least 10 or more varieties of fruit bearing plants at any one time. There are many more varieties available which we sometimes have in stock. If we don't stock the variety you want we will find it for you if possible. The varieties that we usually have on hand are listed below.

  • Raspberry Plant Seedlings
  • Gooseberry
  • Blueberry Liners
  • Fig Trees We Sell
  • Blueberry Bluegold
  • Blueberry Chippewa
  • Arrowwood Viburnum
  • Black Chokeberry
  • Blackhaw Viburnum
  • Elderberry

    We have a wide selection of berry producing plants. We can also get others we don't grow and custom grow and supply them for you.

    Growing plants that have berries offers many rewarding benefits besides fresh fruit. You will delight in seeing your children run around the plants and picking the fruit. The berries will be as fresh as one can obtain. Many of the plants will reward you by attracting numerous species of birds. These plants offer a rewarding experience for all ages.

    Berry plants produce the best amounts of fruit in full sun conditions. Fruit production is energy intensive. Select a site in your yard where you have all day sunlight. This also helps keep the fruit dry and helps avoid diseases. The faster a plant can dry after a rain will reduce the amount of fungicides needed. If you have less than a full days sunshine, don't plant the berry plants if you don't have morning sun. Plants may have dew in the early morning and morning sunlight helps to quickly dry the plants.

    Locate your plants where they have adequate plant spacing. Crowding prevents drying and air circulation. Snow cover in the winter can protect plants from freezing and thawing of the soil.



    Connell Red Apple

    Is a Mid-season blooming apple with dark red, large round fruit harvested in the fall. Creamy white, juicy flesh is sweet in flavor. A hardy, heavy bearer that is excellent for fresh eating and cooking. Stores very well, usually through the winter. Good for zones 4-7.


    Cortland Apple

    Mid season blooming. Medium sized, bright red fruit harvested mid to late season. White, crisp, juicy, slightly acidic flesh. Good for fresh eating, sauces, pies, baking and freezing. Resists browning. Good for zones 4-7.


    Delicious Golden Apple

    Late season blooming. Medium sized, bright golden fruit harvested for late season. Sweet, crisp, firm flesh. Good for fresh eating, salads, sauce, pies and freezing. Resists browning. Bears at a very young age. Self-fertile. Ideal pollinator. Does not store well. Good for zones 5-8.


    Delicious Red Apple

    Late season blooming. Medium sized, stripped to solid red fruit harvested late season, September to mid-October. Light yellow, crisp, sweet flesh is good for fresh eating, deserts and salads. A fast growing, high yielding variety that is resistant to fire blight and cedar apple rust. Holds crispness and flavor until May if stored well. Good for zone 5.


    Empire Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Medium sized, deep red fruit harvested mid-season; September. Creamy white, crisp, juicy, moderately subacid flesh is great for desserts, pies, sauce, cider and fresh eating. This apple is upright , vigorous, and early bearing. This is an excellent pollinator for other varieties. Requires a pollinator such as 'McIntosh', or 'Cortland'. This apple is resistant to mildew and to fire blight. Prone to biennial bearing. The apples have a long storage life. Good for zones 4-7.


    Fireside

    Mid-season blooming. Large, red mottled fruit harvested mid to late season. Greenish to white, firm, sweet, juicy flesh has a mild flavor. A popular variety excellent for desserts, ccoking and fresh eating. Resistant to cedar apple rust. Good storage life. Good for zones 4-7.


    Freedom Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Large, red fruit harvested mid-season; Late september to early October. Crisp, juicy flesh is slightly tart. Good for fresh eating, sauce and juice. This is a vigorous and productive apple. This apple is also resistant to cedar apple rust, scab and other diseases. Stores well in cold storage. Good for zones 4-7.


    Granny Smith Apple

    Late season blooming. Medium to large, shiny, grass green fruit harvested late fall. Greenish-white, crisp, juicy flesh has a moderately sweet/tart flavor. Good for baking,(doesn't get mushy), fresh eating and drying. Stores well. Very heavy producer. Self-fertile. Good for zones 5-8.


    Haraired Apple

    Late season blooming. Medium sized, deep red fruit harvested late fall. White, firm, juicy, crisp flesh has a tart flavor. Good for cooking. Fruit is redder, earlier, and sweeter than standard 'Haralson Apple'. Extremely hardy and fire blight resistant. Stores well. Unsuitable pollinator for 'Haralson'. Good for zones 5-6.


    Hazen Apple

    Early season blooming. Large, dark red fruit is harvested mid-season; early to mid-September. Greenish-yellow flesh is semi-firm and juicy with mildly subacid flavor. Good for fresh eating, cooking, and desserts. Annual bearer. A natural semi-dwarf tree that bears fruit at a young age. Fire blight resistnat. Short storage life. Good for zones 3-6.


    Honeycrisp Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Mottled red over yellow fruit harvested mid-season; late September. Very crisp and juicy flesh has a sweet/tart flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, salads, sauce and for commercial and home orchards. Excellent storage life. Good for zones 4-7.


    Honeygold Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Mediu to large, golden yellow fruit with a reddish-bronze blush harvested late season; October. Crisp, juicy, sweet flesh. Excdellent for eating and cooking. Moderate resistnace to scab. Thrives where 'Delicious Golden'is not hardy. Stores well. Good for zones 4-7.


    Jonathan Apple

    Mid to late season blooming. Medium to large, bright red fruit harvested mid to late season; early October. White flesh is tinged yellow crisp and juicy with a slight subacid flavor. Good for fresh eating, cooking and desserts. Bears young, annually and heavily. Self-fertile, but fruit production improves with pollination. Bred for scab resistance. Stores well through late winter. Good for zones 4-8.


    Liberty Apple

    Mid to late season blooming. Medium to large, bright red fruit harvested mid to late season; early October. Yellowish, crisp,juicy flesh has a zingy flavor. Good for fresh eating, cooking, canning and desserts. Resistant to apple scab, cedar-apple rust, fire blight and mildew. Hardy vigorous, productive, annual bearer. Long storage life. Good for zones 4-8.


    Macoun Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Medium sized, red-striped fruit harvested mid-season. Snow-white, crisp, juicy,firm flesh has a well-balanced flavor. Good for dessets and all-purpose. Vigorous, productive and hardy. Very resistant to fire blight. Medium storage life. Good for zones 4-7.


    McIntosh Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Medium to large, bright, red fruit harvested mid-season. White flesh is juicy and has a tart, spicy flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, sauce, salads ad pies. Self-fertile. Resists cedar-apple rust, drought and cold weather. Vigorous, and highly productive. Stores into Januray is in chilled storage. Good for zones 4-7.


    Northwest Greening Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Large, up to 5" across, pale green fruit harvested late season; October. The pale green skin turns yellow with maturity. Crisp, tart flesh is good for cooking. Often used as a late-season pollinator. Long storage life. Good for zones 4-7.


    Red Duchess Apple

    Early season blooming. Medium to large, red fruit harvested early season; mid-August. Bears fruit at an early age. Juicy, tender, tart flesh. Good for fresh eating, pies, cider and sauces. Very hardy , heavy producer. Short storage life. Good for zones 3-6.


    Red Prairie Spy Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Large, red over yellow fruit harvested mid-season; early October. Crisp, juicy flesh. Good for fresh eating, baking, sauces, and freezing. Hardy, vigorous and productive variety that is somehwat resistant to apple scab and cedar-apple rust. Long storage life. Flavor improves while in storage. Good for zones 4-7.


    Red Regent Apple

    Late season blooming. Medium to large, red over yellow fruit harvested late season; mid-October. Creamy white, juicy, crisp flesh has a balanced sweet and tart flavor. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking. Vigorous, young bearer. Resistant to cedar-apple rust. Stores well into winter. Good for zones 4-7.


    State Fair Apple

    Early season blooming. Medium sized, brilliant reddish-orange over yellow fruit harvested early season; early to late August. Cream colored flesh is juicy, sweet and firm. Good for fresh eating, baking and salads. Short storage life. Good for zones 3-6.


    Sweet Sixteen Apple

    Mid-season blooming. Medium sized, red-striped fruit harvested early season. Cream colored flesh is very sweet, crisp and juicy. Good for baking and sauces. Reisistant to scab ad fire blight. Extremely cold hard. Good storage life. Good for zones 3-7.


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