Fruit Trees

Apple Dwarf

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Royal Gala Apple

(Kidd’s Orange x Golden Delicious) New Zealand, 1960. Great early season apple with crisp firm fruit. Fine-grained texture and excellent flavor makes a sweet snack fresh or baked.

Bloom Date: Early Season

Ripening Date: Early August

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Delicious Red Apple
Requires a Pollinator.
Iowa, 1895. Striped to solid red. Flavor rich and sweet. Flesh is light yellow, crisp, and sweet. Good for fresh eating and salads.
 
Ripening Date: Mid-October

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf Zestar!® Apple
Requires Pollination

(State Fair X MN selection) University of MN, 1998. A wonderful new apple cultivar from the the University of MN. At last, an early apple that is crisp and juicy! Best known for its excellent sweet tart flavor. Has a much longer storage life than other early apples. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking. 

Bloom Date: Early Season

Ripening Date: Late August

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf McIntosh
Requires a Pollinator.

(Fameuse x Detroit Red) Ontario, Canada, 1870. A well-known older apple that has a sprightly flavor and a medium storage life. Nearly solid, bright red skin. Heavy bearer. Good for eating and baking. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.

Bloom Date: Mid-Season

Ripening Date: Late September

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf Paulared
Requires a Pollinator
Late summer. Slightly tart white to cream flesh, non-browning.

$39.99
Cortland
Requires a Pollinator
Medium-sized and bright red with a sprightly tropical flavor. White flesh holds its color well after being cut. Excellent for eating and cooking.
 
Bloom Date: Mid-Late Season
Ripening Date: Late September

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf Honeycrisp
Require Pollinator
(Keepsake x unnamed seedling) University of MN, 1991. An exciting apple that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well-balanced. Excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Has been rated equal to or higher in overall quality than Haralson, Honeygold or Keepsake in winter storage trials. Ripens in late September in MN and stores like a late season variety. Has become an outstanding commercial and home orchard variety because of its explosive crispness, flavor and storage life.
 
Bloom Date: Mid-Season
Ripening Date: Late September

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Jonathan Apple
Requires a Pollinator.

New York, 1800. Fruit medium size, round, bright red, flesh is white tinged with yellow, aromatic. Crisp, and juicy. Good for dessert or cooking. Good pollinator for Delicious Golden, Delicious Red and Granny Smith.

Bloom Date: Mid Season

Ripening Date: Late Sept/Early Oct

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Liberty Apple
Requires a Pollinator

(Macoun x Perdue 54-12) New York, 1964. A productive variety that was selected for its resistance to apple scab and cedar-apple rust. Crisp and juicy with a sprightly flavor. Keeps well into February. Does not require fungicide sprays. Does very well without spraying.

Bloom Date: Mid-Season

Ripening Date: Late September

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Honeygold Apple
Requires a Pollinator

(Golden Delicious x Haralson) University of MN, 1969. Medium to large, yellow apple. Fruit is crisp, juicy and sweet. Excellent for eating as well as cooking. Medium storage life. Similar to Golden Delicious, but hardier.

Bloom Date: Mid-late Season

Ripening Date: Early-Mid October

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf Granny Smith
Requires a Pollinator

Australia, 1868. Very late maturing, late keeping, dual purpose apple. Flesh is hard, crisp and juicy with excellent tart flavor. Fruit is grass green and shiny. Good pollinator for Delicious Golden, Delicious Red and Jonathan.

Bloom Date: Late Season

Ripening Date: Late Oct/Early Nov

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Dwarf Northern Spy
Requires a Pollinator
Tart flavor. Takes 5 years to bear.

$39.99
September Wonder® Fuji
September Wonder® Fuji
This sport of 'Red Fuji' offers the same round, bright red, crisp, juicy fruit as its parent, plus a compact habit and earlier harvest time. September Wonder® also boasts excellent storage ability. Superb eating apple.
 
Bloom Date: Mid Season
Ripening Date: Mid September
 
 
*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
 

$39.99

Apples

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Yellow Transparent Apple
 
Russia, 1880. Skin is clear yellow and the flesh is white. A productive tree. Best used for cooking. Pick before maturity for better storage life. Scab resistant.
 
Bloom Date: Early Season
Ripening Date: Late July/Early September
 
*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
 
 

$39.99
Sweet Sixteen Apple
(MN447 x Northern Spy) University of MN, 1978. Medium-sized red striped apple with crisp, juicy texture. Excellent sweet, unusual flavor - like cherry candy. Outstanding dessert apple. Fireblight resistant. Can be slow to come into bearing.
 
Bloom Date: Mid Season
Ripening Date: Mid/Late September

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Cortland
Medium-sized and bright red with a sprightly tropical flavor. White flesh holds its color well after being cut. Excellent for eating and cooking.

Bloom Date: Mid-late Season

Ripening Date: Late September

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Winecrisp™ Apple
University of Illinois. Bred in 1989. Attractive medium-sized dark red apple with outstanding flavor. Cream-colored flesh is juicy with full spicy flavors. This apple has shown excellent resistance to scab. Late ripening variety prolongs the harvest season. Use for fresh eating and cooking. Very good storage life.
 
 
Bloom Date: Mid Season
Ripening Date: Mid October
 
*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.

$39.99
Delicious Golden
Medium size, round, bright golden yellow. Firm, crisp and juicy, good for eating and cooking. Late maturing.
 
Bloom Date: Late Season
Ripening Date: Mid-October

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99

Apricots

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Westcot Apricot

(Scount x McClure) 1982. 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, however yields improve with cross-pollination.

Height: 15-20'
Spread: 12-18'
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 3-8

 

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99

Cherries Dwarf

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North Star Cherry

Genetic dwarf introduced by the University of MN in 1950. Red fruit with a small stone. Very productive. A sour pie cherry. Blooms in early May.

Height:  8-10'


$39.99
Prunus x 'Carmine Jewel'™
Carmine Jewel Bush Cherry
Truly the perfect cherry, Carmine Jewel™ has large, gorgeous purplish-red fruit with a luscious balance of high sugars and a complement of acids, creating a rich flavor. Fruit has high flesh-to-pit ratio and is excellent for use in pies, preserves, juice, dried fruit and eating fresh. Also, unlike the famous tart cherry ‘Montmorency’ which does not have pigmented flesh, this variety has a dark red flesh packed with healthy anthocyanin a powerful antioxidant. The pigment means your pies will have a deep red filling.
 
Height: 6½ ft. tall x 6' wide
Habit: Naturally dwarfed bush
Flower: Abundant, white and pink
Pollinator: Self-pollinating
Foliage: Glossy, green
Fruit: Purplish-red, full-sized
Yield: 15+ lbs. by year 4, 20-30 lbs. by year 5
Rootstock: Own-root
Uses: Canning, baking, fresh eating, drying, wine, juice, ornamental
Hardiness: Extreme cold hardiness
Zone: 2b
Parentage: Prunus fruticosa x Prunus cerasus
*info courtesy of Weeks Roses.
 

18-24" -$39.99
Prunus x 'Romeo'™
Romeo Bush Cherry
Romeo™ was selected for better market fruit quality and increased sweetness – BRIX 16%. Other attributes include increased cold hardiness (Zone 2b -6 ) and a dwarf sized plant making maintenance and harvest easier. This handsome cherry boasts the high gloss, deep crimson fruit that does not split and a small round pit with high flesh-to-pit ratio. The lovely large flower petals, glossy green foliage and colorful fruit makes Romeo™ a perfect candidate for an ornamental planting as a landscape plant, too.
 
Height: 6½ ft. tall x 6' wide
Habit: Naturally dwarfed bush
Flower: ½ inch white or pinkish
Pollinator: Self-pollinating
Foliage: Glossy, green
Fruit: Deep crimson, full-sized
Yield: Up to 30 pounds per plant
Rootstock: Own-root
Uses: Canning, baking, fresh eating, drying, wine, juice, ornamental
Hardiness: Hardy to -45º F
Zone: 2b–6
Parentage: Prunus fruticosa x Prunus cerasus
 
*info courtesy of Weeks Rose.

18-24" -$39.99

Cherries Standard

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Bing Cherry
All sweet cherries require pollination.
Black Cherry. Solid flesh with high quality flavor. A fine shipping market variety. Pollinate with 'Black Tartarian' or 'Stella'.
 
*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
 

$39.99
Stella Cherry
All sweet cherries require pollination.

Black skin and flesh. This sweet cherry has juicy flesh and is moderately firm.

Height:  15-16'

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Montmorency Cherry

No pollinator needed.

(Sweet Cherry x Prunus tomentosa) Large, tart red fruit for pie or preserves. Fruit firm and juicy. Vigorous and highly productive. Home or commercial use.

Height:  12-18'

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Balaton
No pollinator needed.
New high quality tart cherry. Firmer and sweeter than Montmorency.
 

$39.99
Black Tartarian Cherry

Fruit is large, bright purple-black; tender, juicy and very rich. Vigorous, erect grower, heavy bearer. Pollinate with Stella or Bing Cherry.

Height:

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.

 15-25'


$39.99
First Editions® Sweet Cherry Pie™ Cherry
From Wisconsin orchardist Bill Eubank, this new sour pie cherry has the sweetest tasting cherries we've ever sampled, and although not quite for fresh eating like a Bing, they are fantastic for jams, jellies and pies. A great tree for the home orchard or commercial orchard.
 
Height: 15'
Spread: 12'
Shape: Upright spreading
Foliage: Dark green
Exposure: Full Sun
Zone: 4-7
 
*Info and photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries.
 

$39.99
Rainier Sweet Cherry

A very large, beautiful, golden yellow fruit with a red blush, Rainier is similar to Royal Ann but larger and easier to grow in the Northwest. Rainier bears abundant crops of sweet, richly flavored, firm and juicy.

Height:  15-25'

Spread:  12-15'

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99

Nectarine

Main Category: 
Fantasia
No cross-pollination needed.
Hardiness compared to reliance peach. Freestone.
 

$39.99

Peaches

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Redhaven Peach

One of the finest early peaches. Colors a beautiful red and golden yellow. Flesh is firm, smooth textured and fine flavored. Fruit is medium size, round, uniform and appealing. Good for freezing, canning, and shipping. Disease resistant. One of the hardier peaches. Fruit sets heavily, must be thinned to reach size.

Height:  15-20'

Spread:  10-12'

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Flamin' Fury® PF Lucky 13
Ripens 1 week after red Haven
 

$39.99
Reliance
Reliance Peach

The hardiest yellow-fleshed freestone peach available. Medium sized, roundish, yellow-fleshed peach that ripens with 'Redhaven'. Has a rather dull blush over green-yellow color. Flesh is bright yellow, rather soft and juicy. Good for fresh market in cold regions.

Height:  18-20'
Spread:  12-15'
Exposure:  Full sun

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99

Pears Dwarf

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Dwarf Bartlett Pear

Originated as a chance seedling in Berkshire, England. Large size, golden yellow, wonderful quality. Buttery, juicy, highly flavored fruit. Excellent for eating fresh or canning. Vigorous grower and bears young. Bosc is a good pollinator for Bartlett.

Height:  15-20'

Spread:  12-15'

*Photo and info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99
Bosc Pear

An old time French variety with large, high quality, russeted fruit. The tender, juicy yellowish flesh has a smooth texture and the fruit is good for fresh use and canning. Fruit matures in early October in southern Iowa. Vigorous grower. Bartlett is a good pollinator for Bosc.

Height:  15'

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99

Plums Standard

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Stanley

Blue - European Plum, 1926. Fruit medium large, flesh greenish yellow. Produces large annual crop. Good for fresh dessert, canning, jams and jellies.

Height:  12-15'

*Info courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.


$39.99