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Bareroot Fruit Trees 2016
ARRIVING IN JANUARY 2017!
See below for descriptions of our Bare Root Fruit Trees for 2017... Apple, Cherry, Peach, Pear and Plum - all on Semi-Dwarf or Dwarf Rootstock.

Guarantee that you'll get the fruit trees you want to grow this year by ordering your Bare Root Fruit Trees for pickup in our store. Call (360) 225-8750 and reserve your trees today!

For birthdays, holidays or a housewarming, Fruit Trees make a wonderful and unique gift! We'll even contact the recipient when their order is ready to be picked up.

*Bare Root Fruit Trees will arrive at our nursery in mid to late January and will be held for 2 weeks. You (or the gift recipient) will be notified when the trees arrive. If it is not picked up, a 15% re-stocking fee of your total order will be charged to your credit card and the trees will be returned to stock. 7.7% Washington State sales tax will be added to the price of each tree at checkout.

CALL (360) 225-8750 OR (877) 658-0566 TO ORDER YOUR TREES TODAY!
Only $24.99 each - Buy 3 or more, Get 15% Off!
 
APPLES

Braeburn Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: Excellent late season fruit: very crisp, tangy and flavorful. Rich in flavor and large in size. Reddish tones on a yellow to light-green background.

  • Good for: snacking, salads and baking
  • Excellent keeper
  • Harvest in September and October
  • Self-fertile
Chehalis Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: Always a reliable and highly productive apple. Its medium to large green fruit has an occasional pinkish blush. It has a white flesh that is crisp and juicy.
  • Good for: fresh eating, pies & sauce
  • Early bloomer
  • Harvest late September
  • WSU recommends
  • Resistant to scab
  • Needs a pollinator
Chehalis Apple
Fuji Apple

Fuji Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: A yellowish apple with orange red blushed stripes. They have a sweet tart flavor with white flesh that is firm and crunchy. Flavor is excellent.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce & freezing
  • Late season bloomer
  • Harvest late October - November
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator

Gala Apple [DWARF]: A yellow skinned apple with vivid orange-red stripes and blushing. It has a sweet, crisp and dense creamy yellow flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cider, pies & sauce
  • Mid - late season bloomer
  • Harvest in October
  • WSU recommends
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator
Gala Apple

Granny Smith Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: Crisp and f irm with a strong tartness resembling that of a lemon. Green with a slight pink blush if cool nights precede harvest.

  • Good for: snacking, salads, baking, cooking, juicing and freezing
  • Excellent keeper
  • Good pollenizer for other apples
  • Harvest in September and October
  • Self-fertile

Gravenstein Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: The most famous cooking apple with red stripes, yellow skin and crisp, tart flesh. Tends to have a biennial bearing habit and is susceptible to scab.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking & sauce
  • Early bloomer
  • Harvest late August – early September
  • WSU recommends
  • Sterile – needs 2 pollinators
Gravenstein Apple

Honeycrisp Apple

Honeycrisp Apple [DWARF, SEMI-DWARF]: A superior quality apple that has red skin and outstanding crisp, sweet-tart and juicy flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce & freezing
  • Early - mid season bloomer
  • Harvest September
  • WSU recommends
  • Great keeper
  • Needs a pollinator

Liberty Apple [DWARF, SEMI-DWARF]: This apple has a dark red skin and crisp, juicy, sweet flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce, cooking & freezing
  • Early - mid season bloomer
  • Harvest in October
  • WSU recommends
  • Highly disease resistant
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator
Liberty Apple
Pink Lady Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: Very crisp, sweet-tart with a distinct flavor. Skin is an attractive reddish-pink blush, with a yellow background color. White flesh resists browning. 
  • Good for: snacking, salads, baking, cooking, jucing & freezing
  • Harvest October and November
  • Great keeper
  • Self-fertile

Wolf River Apple [SEMI-DWARF]: Huge in size, fruit weighs up to a pound, each! Fairly round shape, skin striped red over pale yellow. Perfect for cooking and sauce – holds its shape and requires very little additional sugar. Firm, juicy flesh.

  • Good for: cooking and applesauce
  • Harvest in late September
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Cold hardy

Yellow Delicious Apple [DWARF, SEMI-DWARF]: Mellow, sweet apple that thrives in Northwest climate. Yellow, sometimes with a bright pink blush. Thin-skinned, consistently sweet and crisp.

  • Good for: snacking, salads and baking in pies, applesauce and preserves
  • Harvest in September and October
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Grows at a fast rate
 
APRICOTS

Puget Gold Apricot Introduced and named by Washington State University. Pproduces large elongated fruit of very good flavor. 

  • Good for: fresh eating
  • Harvest in August
  • Self-fertile
  • Cold hardy
 
CHERRIES

Bing Cherry: This cherry produces a top quality, large dark red fruit. Fruit is intensely sweet and juicy .

  • Great for fresh eating, canning & cooking
  • Needs a pollinator
Bing Cherry
Lapin Cherry

Lapins Cherry: A prolific producer of deep purple-red, very juicy cherries. Crack or split- resistant.

  • Great for: fresh eating, canning & cooking
  • Self-fertile
  • Great pollinator
Montmorency Cherry: America’s most popular tart cherry for pies and preserves with a rich, tart flavor that bakers and jam makers love.

  • Great for: canning & cooking
  • Self-fertile
  • Great pollinator
Montmorency Cherry

Rainier Cherry: Rainier cherries distinguish themselves from all other cherry varieties by the color of their skin and the unparalleled high sugar levels. Memorably sweet and low acid with a caramel-like finish on the palate.

  • Great for: fresh eating or as an ingredient in desserts
  • Needs a pollinator
 
PEACHES
Frost Peach

Frost Peach: This peach is highly resistant to peach leaf curl when older. The skin has a red blush over yellow background with yellow flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, canning, preserves
  • Harvest in August
  • WSU recommends
  • Freestone
  • Self-fertile

Q-1-8 Peach: Peach leaf curl resistant variety, tested at WSU. Reddish-orange, white-fleshed, sweet and juicy.

  • Good for: fresh eating and making jams and jellies
  • Harvest in late July to early August
  • Semi-Freestone
  • Self-fertile

Veteran Peach: Very reliable for cold climates: winter hardy and late blooming. Yellow to yellow orange skin.  Yellow flesh is firm and juicy but coarse grained. Richly flavored.

  • Good for: fresh eating and canning
  • Harvest in late July
  • Freestone
  • Self-fertile
 
PEARS (ASIAN)

20th Century Asian Pear: Medium to large round yellow-green fruit with firm white flesh that's crisp like an apple. Mild-flavored, juicy and sweet.

  • Good for: fresh eating, salads & canning
  • Harvest Mid-September
  • Needs a pollinator

Korean Giant Asian Pear: Large fruit weighing up to one pound each! Russet-brown skin with a crisp and sweet white flesh. Flavor improves in storage.

  • Good for: fresh eating & canning
  • Great keeper - up to five months in storage
  • Harvest Late October
  • Blight-resistant
  • Needs a pollinator
Korean Giant Pear

Raja Asian Pear: Attractive, golden-brown Asian Pear is very sweet, richly flavored and quite delicious. Very productive, disease-resistant, and hardy, 

  • Good for: fresh eating & canning
  • Harvest in September
  • Disease-resistant
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Cold hardy

Shinseiki Asian Pear:Crisp like an apple, juicy and sweet. Easy to grow. Bright yellow skin.

  • Good for: fresh eating & canning
  • Great keeper
  • Harvest Late July-Early August
  • Heavy bearer (by 2nd year)
  • Self-fertile
 
PEARS (EUROPEAN)

Anjou Pear: A large pear with white, juicy flesh. It has a sweet brisk flavor. The fruit is light green in color with some yellowing when ripe.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking & canning
  • Good keeper
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Ripens after the Bartlett
Anjou Pear
Bartlett Pear

Bartlett Pear: A greenish-golden pear having a round-bell shape. It produces sweet, juicy fruit.

  • Good for: fresh eating, tarts, cooking & canning
  • Good keeper
  • Needs a pollinator for best results

Bosc Pear: Long and narrow shape, brown skin. Superb quality, one of the best. Susceptible to fire blight in warm, moist climates.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cooking & canning
  • Needs a pollinator for best results
  • Harvest mid-late September

Orcas Pear: Produces good crops of very large and attractive, yellow pears with smooth, sweet flesh. Fruit can weigh up to 1 lb. each!

  • Excellent for: fresh eating, canning and drying
  • Disease-resistant
  • Needs a pollinator for best results
  • Harvest early to mid-September
  • Easy to grow
 
PLUMS

Beauty Plum: Red skin with sweet, amber, richly flavored flesh. Tastes like the Santa Rosa, but performs much better in Pacific Northwest climates.

  • Good for: fresh eating, canning and jam/jelly
  • Harvest mid July- August
  • Self-fertile
Beauty Plum

Brooks Plum:European plum with oval-shaped fruit, purplish-black skin and yellow flesh. Larger and sweeter than Italian. Ripens one week earlier than Italian.

  • Good for: drying, canning and fresh eating
  • Self-fertile
  • Freestone
  • Harvest mid-late August

Elephant Heart Plum: Large, baseball-size plums. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Sweet, juicy, rich flavor with a nice balance of tart and sweet.

  • Superb for fresh eating
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Heavy bearer
  • Harvest September to early October

Italian Plum

Italian Plum: A European plum/prune whose fruit has dark purple skin with yellow-greenish flesh. Its high sugar content makes it a great drying plum.

  • Good for: drying, canning, fresh eating & baking
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Freestone

Stanley Plum: Produces abundant crops of oval-shaped fruit with deep purple skin and sweet golden flesh. Very sweet eaten fresh. 

  • Good for: drying, canning and fresh eating
  • Freestone
  • Self-fertile
  • Disease-resistant
  • Harvest early September
 
CALL (360) 225-8750 OR (877) 658-0566 TO ORDER YOUR TREES TODAY!
Only $24.99 each - Buy 3 or more, Get 15% Off!
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