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Cultivars
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Graebers Greenhouseno fruit
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Galahttp://rosemaryhilltrees.com/certifiedtrees.html
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Granny Smith
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Bartlett
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Harcott
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Jeffries Nurseries, CAN
Phytosanitarium + certificatio + import permit; no can do fruit
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Bailey's NurseryMN - has the zone 3 apricots + local source finderhttp://www.baileynurseries.com/gardeners/find-a-retailer/
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Apples
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Golden Delicious4Jim Pierce likes it, 50 mi awayhttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/stark-golden-delicious-apple$13$42
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Liberty4 / 5Jim Pierce, Dan West, approveshttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/liberty-apple$27$30
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Freedom4Jim Pierce approveshttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/freedom-apple$27
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September Wonder Fuji4Large fruit with a red blush. Very sweet with firm flesh. Excellent quality for eating fresh. Ripens in mid-September.1997http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/september-wonder-fuji-apple$25
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Enterprise4Immune to apple scab, resistant to cedar apple rust and mildew. Moderately resistant to powdery mildew. Medium-size to large fruit, red with yellow undercolor. Mild, sub-acid, spicy flavored fruit. Ripens in early October.1993http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/enterprise-apple$24
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Arkansas Black48 month keep; Dan West grew seedlingshttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apple-trees/starkspur-arkansas-black-appleOut of stock$27
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Honey Crisp3Dan West$33
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Nova Spy4$30
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McIntosh4$30
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Sweet Sixteen3$33
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JonagoldDan West
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PristineDan West
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Pears
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Harrow DelightMedium-size fruit is yellow and smooth, resembling Bartlett. Matures in early August.
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SeckelSmall, yellow fruit with red blush. Very sweet and productive. Matures in mid- to late August.
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HoneysweetYellow fruit, larger than Seckel but with a similar flavor. For best production, cross-pollinate with Starking Delicious. Matures in late August.
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Starking DeliciousMedium-size, yellow fruit with white flesh. Good all-around quality. Matures in early September.
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Olympic (Korean) GiantVery large, round Asian pear with russetted surface. Has very crunchy texture.
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Colette Everbearing4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/pear-trees/colette-everbearing-pear$23
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Max-Red Bartlett4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/pear-trees/max-red-bartlett-pear$23
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New Century Asian4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/pear-trees/new-century-asian-pear$27
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Aristocrathttp://www.marshalltreesandnursery.com/Trees-and-Evergreens.asp
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Cleveland Selecthttp://www.marshalltreesandnursery.com/Trees-and-Evergreens.asp
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Peaches
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Contender4
http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/peach-trees/contender-peach
$25$33
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Blushingstar4http://www.patentbuddy.com/Patent/PP105541998http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/peach-trees/blushingstar-peach$22
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Intrepid4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/peach-trees/intrepid-peach$22
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Flamin’ Fury PF-1Good resistance to bacterial spot. Small with yellow flesh. Semifreestone with few split pits. A very early peach, picked in mid- to late June.
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RedhavenModerately resistant to bacterial spot. Excellent winter hardiness and fair frost tolerance. Freestone with soft, yellow flesh. To maintain medium-size peaches, aggressive fruit thinning is needed. Ripens in mid-July.
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Blazing StarMedium-size fruit with yellow flesh and freestone. Fruit is softer than Redhaven and ripens a few days later.
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ContenderVery resistant to bacterial spot. Good winter hardiness. Red peel with juicy, yellow flesh and freestone. Ripens in August.
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TangOsExcellent resistance to bacterial spot. Good winter hardiness. Flat, doughnut-shaped fruit with yellow peel and yellow flesh. Harvest after Redhaven in mid- to late July.
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BlushingstarGood resistance to bacterial spot. Medium-size fruit with white flesh and freestone. A late-ripening peach harvested in mid-August.
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Nectarines
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Flamin’ Fury PF-11Some resistance to bacterial spot and brown rot. Medium-size with yellow flesh. Requires aggressive thinning. Ripens in early July.
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EmeraudeGood resistance to bacterial spot. Large fruit, white-fleshed with low acid flavor. Harvest in mid-July.
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FantasiaModerate tolerance to bacterial spot. Medium-size to large, freestone fruit with yellow flesh. Ripens in mid-August.
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Stark OvationModerate tolerance to bacterial spot. Medium-size fruit with yellow flesh and low acid flavor. Harvest after Fantasia in late August.
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Apricots
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Manchurian Bush Apricot3http://www.gurneys.com/product/manchurian_bush_apricotOut of Stock
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dwarf Tomcot4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_armeniaca_apricot
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Westcot3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_armeniaca_apricot
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Scout3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_armeniaca_apricot
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chinese4sweet pithttp://www.valleynurseryutah.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/2015_VNI_Catalog.5175319.pdf
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Chinese Pioneer4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/2015_VNI_Catalog.5175319.pdf
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Blenheim4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/2015_VNI_Catalog.5175319.pdf
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Brookcot3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/2015_VNI_Catalog.5175319.pdf
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Debbies Gold3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/yahoo_site_admin/assets/docs/2015_VNI_Catalog.5175319.pdf
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Goldcot4Fruit is medium-size with a smooth gold skin and firm, orange flesh. Ripens in early July.http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apricot-trees/goldcot-apricot$22
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Sungold4needs pollinatorhttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/apricot-trees/sungold-apricot$27
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Wilson DeliciousFruit peel is red-spotted and red blush with a yellowish-orange background color. Flesh is salmon-orange and freestone. Matures in early July.
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HarglowSome resistance to bacterial spot and perennial canker. Fruit is smaller than Wilson Delicious. Peel is bright orange with speckled blush. Flesh is freestone. Tree has compact growth habit. Ripens in mid- to late July.
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Plums
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Alderman3http://www.gurneys.com/product/alderman_plum_tree/plum-trees$30
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Pembina 3
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Superior Plum4orange fleshhttp://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/plum-trees/superior-plum$20$37
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Bubblegum4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/plum-trees/bubblegum-plum$23
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Beach4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/plum-trees/stark-beach-plum$13
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American Plum3native, heavy bearinghttp://www.gurneys.com/product/native_plum_tree_#reviews
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K.V.http://www.marshalltreesandnursery.com/Trees-and-Evergreens.asp
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European
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Compass Cherry Plum3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Italian4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Stanley prune4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Green Gage4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Blue Damson Semi-dwarf4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Mt. Royal4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Toka4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Pipestone3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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LaCrescent4Yellowhttp://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Black Ice3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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EarliblueEarliest of the prune-type plums. Small fruit. Ripens in early August. Stanley. No. 1 prune-type plum with gold-colored, freestone flesh. Tree is self-fruitful but cross-pollination improves fruit set. Matures in mid-August.
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DamsonA small, blue plum with a tart flavor, good for jams and jellies. Ripens in mid-August.
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Japanese
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Red Diamond Genetic Dwarf
3http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Burbank semi-dwarf4http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_plum_or_prune
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Cherries
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Romeo Dwarf Cherry2http://www.valleynurseryutah.com/plant_info/prunus_cherryOut of stock
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Carmine Jewel2http://www.gurneys.com/product/carmine_jewel_dwarf_cherry$35
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Hansen's Bush Cherry3abundant, tastyhttp://www.gurneys.com/product/hansens_bush_cherry$15
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Nanking2$15
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Montmorency4Bright red, medium-size fruit. Excellent for pies. Heavy bearing and vigorous-growing tree. Ripens in mid- to late-June.http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/cherry-trees/stark-montmorency-pie-cherry$30$30
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North Star4A natural dwarf tree with upright growth habit, about half the height of Montmorency trees. Light red fruit that turns deep red as it matures on the tree. Ripens in early June and continues for about 14 days.http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/cherry-trees/north-star-pie-cherryOut of stock$32
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Surecrop4http://www.starkbros.com/products/fruit-trees/cherry-trees/stark-surecrop-pie-cherry$32
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BalatonBears large fruit and has large pits. Crop size enhanced with cross-pollination from other sour cherry cultivars. Harvest in early July.
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