2020 Fruit List

Please note: Our stock varies with the seasons. Contact us or  call us at 330-725-3509 for current availability and special orders. Or stop by to browse our selection and let our nursery specialists’ help you choose the perfect fruit trees for your location!

Blackberries – 1 gallon $19.99 | 2 gallon $29.99

  • Babycakes – Thornless dwarf blackberry that presents a fireworks-like display of large, juicy berries in the summer! Its compact habit makes it perfect for patio pots.
  • Chester Thornless, most winter hardy & largest fruiting of the thornless varieties.
  • Sweetie Pie – Thornless variety that produces high yields of medium-sized berries. Exhibits heat tolerance and disease resistance.

Blueberries: 2 gallon $29.99 | 3 gallon $44.99 | 5 gallon $49.99

Blueraymid season; Highbush. Medium/large fruit with soft, firm skin that resists cracking and is very sweet! Nice fall foliage color.

Bluejaymid season Highbush; Medium to large, firm, sweet fruit. Vigorous, 5-6’ bush. Light green summer leaves turn orange and yellow in the fall.

JerseyLate season; Highbush.  Large clusters with small to medium, dark blue berries.  Spicy, sweet flavor.  Highly aromatic.  Favorite for baking.  Keeps well.  Hardy, vigorous, and a heavy producer.  Reliable, can fruit till frost. 7’ tall.  Good for an ornamental hedge with good fall yellow leaf color.

PatriotEarly season  Highbush. Early-season. Patriot hits the mark with cold hardiness, tolerance to wet soils, and yummy berries. It grows to about 4 feet and at this height makes a great specimen in the landscape. You can enjoy the showy white blooms in the spring, the dark green summer foliage, and the fiery orange fall leaf color. But, best of all you can eat the giant, dark blue, and highly flavorful berries. For zones 3–8.

Three-way Blueberry –  ‘3 in 1’- A plant with a mix of Patriot, Blue Gold, and North Sky blueberries that will give you delicious blueberries during the early, mid, and late seasons. Yellow, orange and red fall color.

Brazel BerriesAre small compact blueberry bushes that are great fruit bearing ornamentals that are great in the landscape and also perfect for patio containers. Pruning:  These blueberries produces new canes each spring, but sets fruit on the previous year’s canes. Once fruiting is complete, prune canes that have fruited leaving new canes to fruit the following season. Annual pruning promotes plant growth and berry production.

  • ‘Jelly Bean’ – Midseason berries are sweet and great for homemade jelly.  These 1’-2’ little blueberry bushes are prolific – producing a bumper crop of large, flavorful blueberries mid-summer with super sweet flavor like homemade blueberry jelly. Brilliant green new foliage emerges in spring which gives way to darker greens with red hues throughout the summer and fall.
  • ‘Pink Icing’ – Midseason berries are large and sweet with a robust blueberry flavor. The newest addition to the Brazel Berries Collection, Pink Icing plants have breathtaking spring and fall foliage. Spring brings lovely new growth foliage color that has varying shades of pink mixed with blue and deeper greens. In the winter, Pink Icing foliage takes on stunning iridescent turquoise blue hues which is impressive when planted in mass. 3’-4’ compact, slightly spreading habit.


  • Black Lace – Stands out among other varieties with its lacy, purplish-red leaves and pink flower clusters, which emerge in late spring and ripen into deep, blackish-purple berries in summer. 3 gallon $39.99
  • Laced Up – Combines a striking fastigiate habit with lacy, near-black foliage. Pink flowers in early summer turn to black fruit if a pollinator is planted nearby. 3 gallon $49.99
  • Sutherland Gold – The lacy, gold to yellow leaves feature cream to white-colored flowers appear in the spring to early summer and quickly turn to bright red berries. 3 gallon $39.99
  • Black Tower –  Stunning foliage that grows big heads of pink flowers grow in early summer, and these are followed by attractive clusters of shiny black berries by fall. You can even turn those berries into baked goods, jams and wine. 3 gallon $44.99

Grapes | 2 gallon $29.99

  • Cayuga White Wine – Cayuga White makes an excellent white wine. Fruit is light bodied and light green in color. Very productive and disease resistant. Self-pollinating.
  • Concord – Blue-black fruit. Ripens mid-Sept. Burgundy wine. Most popular.
  • Edelweiss – a very winter-hardy wine grape. The clusters are large and rather loose, weighing a pound or more. Harvest early for making wine.
  • La Crescent White Wine – A very cold hardy variety with long slightly loose clusters that turns a beautiful golden brown color when ripe. La Crescent produces a wine with a pronounced and delicious apricot flavor.
  • Reliance – Pink SEEDLESS. Sweet-tangy flavor; highly disease resistant; good fresh and for jelly & juice; Good keeper.

Raspberries | 2 gallon $29.99

  • Heritage – Ever-bearing, moderate summer crop, then a heavy one in August to frost. Strong & productive plant, spreads fast.  Excellent variety for the home gardener.
  • Red Polana – Has large coherent berry, with good flavor. It is a high yielding variety, making yields very heavy.
  • Red Prelude Vivid red berries are good flavored and an excellent choice when earliness and quality are required. Vines are vigorous, hardy and will produce some fall berries. Self-fruitful.
  • Red Caroline – Produces heavy crops of large raspberries with fantastic flavor.
  • Yellow Ann This variety is everbearing and produces large, yellow fruit on new canes. Flavor is very sweet. Self-fruitful.


Canada Red – Simmer, boil or bake the tall, plump, brilliantly red stalks—nothing fades the rich color and intense flavor! Excellent yields.

Strawberries – Bare root crowns –  69¢ each or 10/$5.99  Plants$1.99/pot or $29.99 flat/18 pots                                    

Honeoye – (PLANTS) Junebearing Large, bright, firm fruit. A good variety for fresh use and freezing. Honeoye strawberries ripen early mid-season. The plants are vigorous and very productive, bearing over a longer period than most varieties. It is a very consistent producer.

Ozark Beauty – (BARE-ROOT & PLANTS) Everbearing Large, delicious berries, sugar-sweet taste and a juicy texture. Plenty for processing but irresistible fresh from the garden. Self-pollinating.

Apricot Trees – all dwarf | 7 gallon $62.99

  • Goldcot – An apricot variety that can withstand cold winters. Bred in Michigan, you can depend on this tree’s hardiness, vigor and production consistency, even in areas with lower-temperature climates. The fruit has a deep, tangy flavor — perfect for fresh eating or canning. Freestone. Cold-hardy. Ripens in early July. Self-pollinating.

Apple Trees- all semi-dwarf  | 7 gallon $62.99

  • Baldwin – Massachusetts heirloom variety. Fruit is reddish green and great for fresh eating or cooking. Stores well. Pollinator required.
  • Cortland – Large, red striped fruit keeps well. Best for fresh eating, pies, cooking and canning. Pollinator required.
  • Golden Delicious – The large, golden fruit of the yellow delicious apple tree ripens late, developing a fine, sweet flavor. While they are best known as fresh-eating apples, yellow delicious also work well for pies, applesauce, and preserves.
  • Granny Smith – Late season harvest – Large, waxy, grass-green fruit; firm and bruise resistant. Hardy, crisp, juicy, white flesh.  Moderately sweet, snappy flavor.  Superb eating and cooking qualities.  Great for pies.  Very vigorous and a heavy producer. Self fertile, but best with any mid-season apple variety.
  • Honeycrisp – Juicy & crisp with a delicate, mildly sweet flavor. The skin is striped scarlet-red over pale yellow. Pollinator required.
  • Jonathan – Late Season. Medium to large, almost round fruit. Highly colored in sunny climates; striped red in cool climates. Thin, tough skin. Fine, juicy flesh. Tree is a small, moderate grower that bears young, annually and heavily. Self-fertile, but crops are improved with cross pollination.
  • Jonagold – The tart of Jonathan and the sweet of golden delicious makes for a preferred dessert apple. Semi-dwarf. Pollinator required.
  • Mcintosh – Famous not for its crunch, but rather its snap. From the first bite, the classic MacIntosh snap of the skin alerts you to prepare for the perfect blend of tartness to sugar that is so much the reason for its popularity.
  • Melrose – Official Ohio State Large, flattened fruit with yellowish-green skin flushed and streaked with dk. red spots. Very good cooking and dessert quality. Semi-dwarf. Pollinator required.
  • Red Delicious – It’s famous for its red, or nearly all red apple with a crisp yellow flesh. This apple is excellent for eating and great in salads. It also stores very well. Pollinator required.
  • Red Winesap – Heirloom variety. Spicy flavor; stores very well. Best for fresh eating, cooking and canning. Late season. Pollinator required.
  • Wolf River – An heirloom variety that will produce huge apples weighing more than 1 lb. It is a good quality multipurpose apple. Best for baking and fresh eating. Mid-season bloomer. Pollinator required.
  • Yellow Transparent – An early ripening heirloom variety with firm, sweet white flesh. Best for cooking, sauce and fresh eating. Pollinator required.

Cherry Trees – all dwarf | 7 gallon $62.99

  • JubileumTart Early producer of large, dark fleshed tart Best for fresh eating and baking. Self pollinating.
  • Montmorency – The best tart, bright red fruit. Early season. Best for fresh eating, pies, booking, canning and freezing. Self pollinating.
  • BlackGold Sweet This dark red fleshed cherry is a hybrid of Gold & Stella. Beautiful heart-shaped fruit with excellent flavor and crack resistant skin. Best for fresh eating. Must be pollinated by another sweet cherry variety.
  • Blushing Gold
  • Black YorkSweet The same large, dark red-black, delicious cherries as Bing, but disease resistant and better suited to Eastern growing conditions. Best for fresh eating. Must be pollinated by another sweet cherry.
  • Regina – Sweet This new German variety produces dark red fruit. Cherries are large, firm and best for fresh eating. Trees are productive and disease resistant. Must be pollinated by another sweet cherry.
  • Rynbrandt Sweet – Early season, large, black sweet cherry. Rynbrandt is resistant to fruit cracking and is very tasty. Best for fresh eating. Must be pollinated by another sweet cherry variety. Semi-dwarf.
  • Ulster – Similar to Bing, but better. If you enjoy juicing or making sweet wine in addition to fresh eating, this is a good choice.
  • WhiteGold Sweet This yellow fleshed sweet cherry is a hybrid of Emperor Francis and Stella. It produces heavy crops of round shaped fruit with excellent flavor and crack resistant skin. Best for fresh eating. Self-pollinating. Will pollinate other sweet cherries.

Peach Trees | 7 gallon $62.99 

  • Contender – Hardiness equals Reliance plus the variety blooms late. Marvelously melting sweet yellow flesh. Extremely juicy. This is the pick for fresh eating quality and crops year after year. High tolerance to late Spring frosts. Great for canning, fresh eating.
  • July Elberta A large juicy, yellow fleshed peach that is best for fresh eating, canning and freezing. Mid-season. Freestone. Self-pollinating. Dwarf
  • Loring Large, mid-season, yellow peach. Great for fresh eating, canning and cooking. Freestone. Self-pollinating. Dwarf
  • Redhaven – Mid Season. Medium, nearly fuzz-less fruit; bright all over red. Firm, yellow flesh becomes freestone as it ripens. Vigorous, strong growing, Self-pollinating tree bears young. Abundant fruit set; requires early thinning. Dwarf

Pear Trees | 7 gallon $62.99

  • Bartlett Dwarf – The most popular pear variety in U.S.A. The smooth buttery flesh is sweet and juicy. Adaptable to many different soil types and growing areas. Best for fresh eating, cooking and canning. Must be pollinated by another European pear, except Seckel. Dwarf.
  • Comice DwarfEuropean pear. A rich flavored, luscious pear known as a dessert pear. Golden yellow, red tinged skin. Best for fresh eating, salads and baking. Must be pollinated by another European pear. Dwarf
  • MoonglowEuropean pear – Mid-season harvest. Medium to large, dull yellow fruit with pink blush.  Mildly juicy, soft, white flesh with smooth texture.  Excellent, mild flavor and almost no grit cells.  Pollinator required.  Semi-dwarf
  • Shin Li – Asian pear  Dwarf – Large, greenish-yellow fruit that is sweet, aromatic, crisp and juicy. Very productive. Best for fresh eating. Must be pollinated by another Asian pear.
  • Shinko – Asian pear Medium-to-large, rich flavored fruit with good texture. A god keeper and fire blight resistant. Best for fresh eating and canning. Must be pollinated with another Asian pear.

Plum Trees | 7 gallon $62.99

  • Italian Prune – European plum. A large, dark purple fruit good for canning and drying. Self pollinating. Dwarf.
  • Stanley Prune – European plum. Blue, medium sized oval, freestone fruit. Best for fresh eating, cooking, canning and drying. Self pollinating. Will pollinate other European plums. Dwarf.
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