Here is a list of our 2 year old fruit trees “bare roots” selection for Fall 2018 – spring 2019.
Visit here for instructions on how to plant and care for your bare root fruit tree.
- Fuji Red Sport : Late October, excellent eating apple, stores well.
- Royal Gala : late summer apple. Hardy, vigorous tree. Firm, red apple.
- Golden Gala: mid season, firm and sweet. Extremely crisp.
- Red Gravenstein : Firm juicy with tart flavor.
- King : large, red striped. Used for dessert, cooking and cider.
- Golden Reinette : Medium apple with a fresh, crisp, juicy flavor.
- Golden Russet : flesh is tart, sweet. Suitable for cider.
- Red Northern Spy: best winter apple, late season. Red and hardy.
- Honeycrisp : large round apple, very crisp and juicy. Excellent keeper.
- Yellow Transparent: Green cooking apple. Hardy.
- Spartan: Heavy producer. Dark red fruit, juicy and crisp. Eat fresh or cooked.
- Florina : European scab free, matures mid-October. Red apple.
- Liberty : similar to Spartan, scab and mildew resistant.
- Columnar, Golden sentinel : scab resistant. Late august.
- Columnar, Scarlet sentinel : Compact columnar apple. Late Oct.
- Columnar, Macintosch: very hardy. Fruit is medium to large, red color.
- Bartlett : medium large fruit, green when picked, bright yellow when ripe.
- Flemish Beauty : Dwarf, vigorous and productive. Large fruit, blushed, juicy.
- Bosc : Fruit is medium large, heavily russeted. Juicy and very sweet .
- Highland : outstanding winter pear. Yellow, juicy and sweet.
- Red Sensation : Red Bartlett, late summer.
- Spartlett : Large fruit, yellow when ripe. Fresh eating or canning.
- Clapp’s Favorite : fresh eating, large fruits with yellow skin and a red cheek.
- Conference : dessert pear, exceptional when cooked. long bell shaped fruits with firm flesh
- Gold Plum : large, round bright yellow fruit, clingstone, early to mid-season. ”J”
- Red Heart : Red skin, red flesh. Sweet flavor. “J”
- Santa Rosa : Very large round fruit, dark red skin, yellow flesh. “J”
- Italian Plum : Dark purple skin, yellow flesh, freestone. “E”
- Black Amber: Very large. Black with amber flesh. Fresh eating or cooking. “J”
- Compact Stella : Early, heavy crops of black heart shaped fruit.
- Lapins : Resistant to cracking, large fruit.
- Bing : Deep dark red/black fruit, firm and juicy. Requires pollinator.
- Sweetheart: Bright red, large fruit. Very productive. Late July.
- Rainier : Large, yellow cherry with red blush. Delicate flavor. Need pollinator.
- Glohaven : large fruit, free stone, early august
- Red Haven : large fruit, semi free stone, mid august
- Redgold : large, glossy, highly colored fruit with firm and juicy, freestone flesh.
- Champion : sweet and flavorful, good for coastal areas.
- Le borgeot : Pear flavor. Great for jams and jellies.
Regarding Pollination and Pollinators:
Some fruit trees are semi or full self-fertile, but most need a pollinator to produce a heavy fruit crop. A pollinator is another variety with a flower season that overlaps the variety in question and produces adequate pollen. Many urban areas have enough existing fruit trees so pollination is never a problem. If there are none nearby, it is necessary to plant pollinators.
We do our best to source quality trees, refunds on bare roots are, unfortunately, not available. Trees subject to availability.