2020 PERENNIAL FRUIT SALE HOSTED BY KEEP GROWING DETROIT
Perennial fruit and vegetables make great additions to any garden!
If you decide to place an order, please consider the following: 

-You must be a GRP member or Partner in Food Sovereignty with Keep Growing Detroit to place an order.
-Payment is due when your order is placed. Once we receive your order with payment, you cannot cancel it.
-We do not offer refunds for orders that are not picked up.
-You are 100% responsible for properly planting and caring for the plants you order. There is no warranty or refund.
-For best results, we recommend that you attend our Perennial Fruit Cultivation and Care class on Thursday, March 5th at Oakland Ave Urban Farm, 9354 Oakland Ave from 6-8PM.

DEADLINE FOR ORDERS:
Monday, March 16th at 5PM

ORDER PICK-UP DETAILS: 
Weds. April 22nd, 5-8PM at Keep Growing Detroit Farm, 1850 Erskine St. (corner of Wilkins and Orleans in the Eastern Market District)
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Apple, 'Red Cameo'
This eye-catching, red-striped apple is crisp, juicy, sweet-tart flavor, and has an outstanding storage quality. Red Cameo ripens in early October. Apples need two different varieties for cross pollination. Mature height: 15-25 ft.; Plant Spacing: 12-15 ft.; Years to fruit: 3-5.  $23 ea. Note: 2nd tree of a different variety required for pollination
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Apple 'Royal Red Honey Crisp'
This apple is super crisp, mildly aromatic with a sweet and juicy flavor. Ripens early September. Apples need two different varieties for cross pollination. Mature height: 15-25 ft.; Plant Spacing: 15 ft.; Years to fruit: 3-5. $23 ea. Note: 2nd tree of a different variety required for pollination
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Peach 'Canadian Harmony'
Firm, yellow, freestone flesh on the inside. Flesh is slow to brown, so it is good for salads. Trees are vigorous, upright growing and hardy. Fruit ripens in mid-to-late August. Self-fertile. Mature height: 15-18 ft.; Plant Spacing: 20 ft.; Years to fruit: 2-4. $23 each. self fertile
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Pear 'Bartlett'
Extremely aromatic fruit that have that definitive "pear flavor". A unique pear in that its skin color brightens as it ripens. Fruit ripens early August. Pears need two different varieties for cross pollination. Mature height: 20 ft.; Plant Spacing: 18-20 ft.; Years to fruit: 4-6. $23 ea. / Each Note: 2nd tree of a different variety required for pollination
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Pear 'Columbia Red Anjou'
Red exterior, with sweet, spicy white flesh inside. It’s been consistently described as firm but tender, with a buttery texture that includes lots of juice. Pears need two different varieties for cross pollination. Mature height: 20 ft.; Plant Spacing: 18-20 ft.; Years to fruit: 4-6. $23 ea. / Each Note: 2nd tree of a different variety required for pollination
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Sweet Cherry 'Black Gold'
Large, firm, deep red (almost black) disease resistant sweet cherry. It is late blooming and self fertile so its sets a big crop where others fail. Harvest from late June to early July. Self-fertile. Mature height: 15-25 ft.; Plant Spacing: 15-20 ft.; Years to fruit: 2-3. $23 ea. self-fertile
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Black Raspberry 'Jewel'
Large, glossy black raspberries boast a flavor that is richer than that of the red and yellow types, so they are delicious eaten out of hand and they make outstanding preserves and pies. Bushes will grow to 7 feet tall and will bend over and root at the tips. quite disease resistant. Ripens June-July. Mature Height: 5-7ft ; Plant Spacing: 3 ft.;  Years to harvest: 1. $5 each - 2 year old plants
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Grape 'Canadice' red seedless
The grape that does it all. From snacks and salads to jelly, juice, and wine. This early ripening grape is known to bear great crops even after hard winters. Sweet, great grape flavor with a unique hint of spiciness. Mature height: 4-5 ft.; Plant Spacing: 2.5-3 ft.; Years to fruit: 2-4. $9 Each - 1 year vine
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Paw Paw Tree
An unusual tropical like fruit that is native to the Midwest, Pawpaw fruits are 3-6 inches and look similar to a mango. They have a sweet, custardish flavor somewhat similar to banana, mango, and pineapple, and are commonly eaten raw, but are also used to make ice cream and baked desserts.  Trees do not do well in full sun (more than 6 hours of direct sun per day) when they are young. Once established, the pawpaw can handle anything from full sun to full shade. Paw Paw need two trees for cross pollination. Because these plants are grown from seed and not grafted they are genetically unique and will cross pollinate readily with each other. Mature height: 15-20 ft. Plant Spacing: 15 ft.  Years to bear: 4-8. $7 each - 18 inch seedling
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Rhubarb 'Red'
Features bright red large stalks, and is one of the best ever for flavor, being sweet yet agreeably tart. It produces ample yields of plump, crimson stalks. Mature height: 18-24 in; Plant Spacing: 4 ft.; Years to harvest: 1. $8 each - 1 year old plant
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Saskatoon 'Northline' Plant
Saskatoon berries look much like blueberries, though they are more closely related to the apple family. Many would describe the taste of saskatoon as having a sweet, nutty almond flavor. They are also high in fiber, protein and antioxidants. Northline is a multi-stem variety that reaches 6-8 feet at maturity. heavy producer of large 16mm berries that have an excellent sweet taste. Berries ripen in late June or early July. Mature height: 18-24 in; Plant Spacing: 4 ft.; Years to harvest: 1. $8 each - 12" Seedlings
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