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150cm 5'


Malus domestica ‘Honeycrisp’

Honeycrisp Apple

Large red fruit with an exceptionally crisp texture and excellent flavor. Great for eating fresh, cooking and making cider. Charming pinkish-white flowers in spring look lovely in the landscape...

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Malus domestica ‘Jonagold’

Jonagold Apple

'Jonagold' is a dessert cultivar in pollination group 3, and a triploid. The large fruit is attractive with red flush and stripes over gold with crisp, honeyed taste. A vigorous cultivar...

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Prunus avium ‘Cavalier’

Cavalier Sweet Cherry Tree

The tree is moderately vigorous with a slightly upright growth habit and a low to average yield potential. Similar in firmness and colour to Hedelfingen but it has a lower incidence of splits. Early season cherry...

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Prunus avium ‘Hedelfingen’

Hedelfingen Sweet Cherry Tree

A large, late season, high quality dark red sweet cherry. The fruit has very good flavor and lacks firmness, making it more resistant to rain cracking than most other cherries. Very productive and hardy...

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Prunus avium ‘Ulster’

Ulster Sweet Cherry Tree

A cross between Schmidts and Lambert. The fruit is dark red, large and firm-fleshed. This sweet cherry is a mid-season variety that ripens just after Schmidts and is more resistant to cracking...

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Prunus cerasus ‘Montmorency’

Montmorency Sour Cherry Tree

Medium-sized red fruit with clear yellow flesh. Very productive sour cherry variety used for pies, jams or jellies. Self fertile. Ripens in late June or early July. The main commercial sour cherry. A cross between a Sweet cherry and Nanking Cherry...

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Prunus cerasus ‘North Star’

North Star Sour Cherry Tree

A genetic dwarf sour cherry with small red fruit. Great for pies, jellies and jams. White flowers in early spring. Self fertile. Dark green glossy foliage turns golden yellow in fall. Introduced by University of Minnesota in 1950...

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