2019 Spring Plant Sale order form
Scroll down and type in the number of plants you want to order under the variety listed. Last day to order is Thursday, February 28, 2019. Plant container size and price is listed beside each variety. Exact cash or check payable to Cooperative Extension due upon plant pick up. Plant pick up is Thursday, March 7, 2019, 8:30 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. at the Agricultural Center, 2727 Old Concord Road, Salisbury, NC
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Bunch Grapes-Niagara: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Large fruit, large tight clusters, white skin, good flavor and ripens mid to late season. Vigorous, hardy and productive
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Bunch Grapes-Sunbelt: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Large fruit, small clusters, blue color, sweet, good flavor and ripens early to mid season. Vigorous and very hardy.
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Blueberry-Tifblue: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 1 gallon $10 each
Ripens mid to late season; fruit are medium size with good flavor and upright growth.
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Blueberry-Climax: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 1 gallon $10 each
Ripens middle of June. Berries are firm with excellent flavor and good color. Upright growth with an open spreading crown.
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Blueberry-Premier: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 1 gallon $10 each
Ripens early to mid-season; large fruit with excellent color and great flavor. Upright growth and vigorous.
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Blackberry-Arapaho: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Thornless variety; erect-growing with medium fruit and good flavor; ripens over a four week period.
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Blackberry-Navaho: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Thornless variety; medium fruit; ripens late; superior fruit quality.
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Blackberry-Ouachita: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Thornless; erect growing with large fruit and very good flavor. Fruit ripens midseason over a five week period.
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Muscadine Grapes-Carlos: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Bronze; fruit small to medium; ripen early to midseason; produces clusters; ripens very evenly and is a very heavy producer. Vigorous and cold hardy.
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Muscadine Grapes-Nesbitt: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Black; fruit very large, produces cluster; high yields and ripen mid to late season. Vigorous; disease resistant and cold hardy.
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Goji Berry-Goji: Self-Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Bright orange-red berries 1/2 to 1 inch long with slight sweet mildly tangy flavor. Good for eating, juice, wine, herbal tea or dried. Grows approximately 8-10 foot in full sun. No known pest or disease problems; high tolerance to drought once established.
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Figs-Celeste: Self Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Fruit are small to medium, light brown to violet-brown skin, whitish pink color flesh and very few seeds. Produces in early summer, cold hardy and are self pollinating. Good for eating, preserves, drying and canning.
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Figs-Kadota: Self Fertile 1 gallon-$10 each
Fruit are medium; yellowish white skin; white to amber flesh and good flavor. Vigorous growth; prolific bearing twice in most years and very hardy. Good for eating, canning and preserves.
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Figs-LSU Purple: Self Fertile 1 gallon-$10 each
Fruit are medium; purple skin color; reddish pulp and good flavor. Very prolific bearing two times a year. Good for eating and preserves.
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Pomegranate-Dwarf: Self-Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Blooms in late summer; reddish orange fruit that is slightly smaller than a tennis ball with great flavor. Shrub grow 3-4 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Garden or container plant.
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Pomegranate-Parfianka: Self-Fertile 1 gallon $10 each
Large red fruit with small edible seeds and sweet with a hint of acidity. Growth is upright; vigorous variety and bears fruit heavily.
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Persimmon-American Persimmon: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 3 gallon $25 each
Round 1-2 inch yellowish orange fruit that is edible after a good frost. Trees can reach 40-60 feet tall and live 30-80 years. Plant two or more trees for better pollination and maximum yields. Great for wildlife.
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Apples-Jona Gold: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Large fruit with striped red over bright yellow, firm, crisp and juicy with a slight tart flesh. Dessert and eating apple. Vigorous sturdy tree that bears annually. Pollinate with Fuji, Granny Smith or Red Delicious.
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Apples-Red Delicious: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Large fruit with dark red skin, crisp, juicy and ripen mid-season. Very vigorous growth and produce high yields.
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Apples-Red Rome: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Rounded, all red, very glossy with a thick skin and firm flesh. Eating apple but are primarily used for baking, as it’s flavor develops when cooked and holds it shape well. Ripens mid-October. Self-pollinating.
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Peaches-Contender: 5 gallon $25 each
Fruit are large with red blush, firm yellow flesh, freestone and blooms late.
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Peaches-Red Haven: 5 gallon $25 each
Fruit are medium with bright red skin, yellow flesh, good flavor, freestone and ripens early. Trees are vigorous growing, self fertile and very prolific.
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Pears-Moonglow: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Fruit are medium, yellow in color, white flesh, soft, excellent and ripen early. Mild flavor with almost no grit cells. Excellent for eating or canning. Trees have upright growth and are blight resistant.
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Plums-Byron Gold: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Large fruit, over 2 inches in diameter, round and bright yellow on the outside with a golden- yellow crispy flesh. Ripens late June to early July. Needs another Plum Tree for pollination.
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Plums-Methley: At least two varieties must be planted to ensure cross-pollination. 5 gallon $25 each
Medium to large fruit; reddish purple color; sweet juicy flesh and ripen early. Trees have upright growth; well adapted in most soils and are good pollinators.
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