2023 Fruit List

Please note: Our stock varies with the seasons. Contact us or call Brian Puls at 440-227-4184 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!


  • Chester Thorn-less, most winter hardy & largest fruiting of the thorn-less varieties. Self-Pollinating. Midseason. 2 gallon $39.99
  • Baby Cakes – Thorn-less, dwarf that has sweet and juicy berries in summer great for fresh eating. Does well in a patio pot. Self-Pollinating. 2 gallon $39.99 and 1 gallon $24.99
  • Natchez – Thorn-less, Produces large, sweet berries each year. The berries store well for extended enjoyment. Blackberries grow on summer-bearing flora Caines that ripen in early June. Produce large crop of oblong glossy berries. Perfect for eating fresh, baking, and preserves. 1 gallon $24.99
  • Triple crownThorn-less, large, sweet blue-black berries grow abundantly through summer. Berries are great in pies, mousse and sorbet. Plant grows 4-8’ tall in hedge form that are easy to maintain. 2 gallon $39.99 and 1 gallon $24.99


  • Blue Crop – Early season Moderate growing shrub with large, light blue berries. Self-pollinating high yields that are generally crack and disease resistant. Ripens mid-season. Beautiful red fall foliage and red stems. Flowers provide nectar for pollinators and branches provide shelter and nesting sites for birds. Semi-evergreen 1 gallon – 24.99 and 2 gallon $39.99
  • BluerayMid season; Extra-large berries with extra-sweet taste! This abundant, mid-season producer will give you buckets of delicious, aromatic, light-blue berries that won’t crack. Pink blooms in spring. Scarlet foliage in fall. Also an ideal pollinator for most other varieties. Introduced in 1941. Cold hardy. Ripens in July. Mature at 4’- 6’. Zone 4-7. Self-pollinating. 2 gal. $39.99
  • BluejayMid season; Like having a fresh blueberry stand in your garden! Enjoy long harvests of flavorful blueberries that hang well right on the bush. These vigorous plants also make a lovely addition to any yard, especially in fall, when the leaves turn yellow and orange. Perfect for northern gardeners. Resists cracking. Introduced in 1978. Cold hardy. Ripens in July. Mature at 4’- 6’. Zone 4-7. Self-Pollinating. 2 gal. $39.99
  • Chandler – Mid to late season – Attractive plant produces large, sweet, and juicy berries that are fresh and for baking. Plants will tolerate lower temperatures. Berries ripen in mid-July, Cold hardy and Selfpollinating 1 Gallon – $24.99
  • Elliottii – Late Season – Big and flavorful ½” berries that are firm, easy to pick, good for fresh eating or picking. Blooms late to avoid late spring frosts. Cold hardy and self- 1 Gallon – $24.99
  • Duke- early season leading early ripening Northern Highbush variety. It is known for its high yields of uniform sized, quality fruit. Duke’s mild flavor seems to improve with cold storage. 1 gallon – 24.99
  • Northblue – Midseason – Low growing, compact plant is perfect for containers or in your yard. Produces crops of dime size dark blue berries, can tolerate temperatures as low as 32 degrees. Ripens in July, self-pollinating. 2 Gallon – $39.99
  • Patriot – early -midseason – is a bushy upright deciduous shrub, with oval dark green leaves turning attractive shades of red in the fall. In late spring, bell-shaped, white flowers give way to clusters of large, flavorful, sweet, light blue blueberries which ripen in midseason 2 gallon – $39.99
  • Perpetua – Mid to late season – Will give you two crops of sweet and delicious berries. Fruit will appear in mid-summer, and then plant and set fruit for a second time in the fall. 1 Gallon – $29.99
  • Pink Lemonade – late season Pinkish white flowers produce pale greenish fruit that ripens to an astonishing deep pink color. All the antioxidants of its blue cousins but in an incredible new color. In the Fall, the leaves turn golden yellow to brilliant orange. Pleasant flavored, glossy fruit that ripens in mid-late season. High-bush variety. 2
  • Pink Icingmid season. Breathtaking foliage colors and large, sweet, robust flavored berries. In spring, the foliage has many shades of pink, mixed with blue and deep greens. The leaves turn a stunning iridescent turquoise blue in winter. Plant this variety in decorative patio pots or in the landscape for year-round color and beauty. Self-Pollinating. Mature at 3’- 4’. Zone 5-10. 1 gal. $24.99 and 2 gal. $44.99
  • Three Way Blueberry (Bluegold, Patriot, Northsky) – 3 Gallon – $54.99


  • Black Lace- Intense purple black foliage is finely cut, giving it an effect similar to that of Japanese maple. Creamy pink flowers in spring contrast nicely with the dark leaves. They are followed by blackish red fall berries which can be harvested for making elderberry wine and jam or left on the plant to attract birds and other wildlife. Fruit yields will be better if more than one cultivar is planted together. 3 gallon $44.99
  • Black Tower- The fantastic burgundy colored foliage on this upright shrub creates a garden spire to behold. Softly cut edges provide an elegant texture. Bright pink flowers are followed by blackish red berries that provide seasonal forage for wildlife. Can be harvested for making elderberry wine and jam. Fruit yields will be better if more than one cultivar is planted together. 3 gallon $49.99
  • Samdal – Plants are vigorous, producing long shoots from the soil level one growing season and bearing fruit the next. Plants are easy to prune and manage as a bush. Grow large fruit clusters with good flavor that ripen in the late summer each year. Requires cross pollination with a ratio of 1 Samyl to 5 Samdal. 2 gallon $54.99
  • Samyl – Good for pollination with the Samdal plant. Will bear fruit 1 year after planting. Produces fruit late summer and is partially self-fertile. 2 gallon $54.99


  • Concord Seedless – America’s favorite grape — available in a seedless form for easy eating. If you love grape juice, then you love Concords! The fruit makes full-bodied juice or your own house wine. These vines produce abundant crops that have also been used to make prize-winning jams and jellies. Exceptional hardiness, vigor, and disease resistance. Seedless. Heat-tolerant. Self-pollinating. Ripens in mid-September. 2 gallon $39.99
  • Catawba Red Grape – A vigorous, hardy, deciduous vine with bold textured, deep green foliage. Medium size clusters are well suited for jellies and juices. Great for sweet white, red, and rose wines. This is a fast-growing vine as it grows 20-25” each year. Fruit ripens in the late season. – 2 Gallon – $39.99


  • Red CarolineSuperior flavor! Vigorous canes produce huge crops of large, firm raspberries. Self-Pollinating. Mature at 4’- 5’. 1 gallon $24.99
  • Red Heritage – Red ever-bearing, moderate summer crop, then a heavy one in August to frost. Strong & productive plant, spreads fast.  Excellent variety for the home gardener. Self-Pollinating. Mature 4’- 5’.  1 gallon 24.99 2gallon $34.99
  • Black Bristol– The best-tasting black raspberry! This all-purpose fruit is large, firm and gorgeous. It tastes great whether you’re eating it fresh, freezing it for later or preserves. Vigorous, upright canes do not require staking. Cold hardy. Mid-summer bearing. Ripens in July. Self-Pollinating. Mature at 4’- 5’. 2 gallon $39.99
  • Encore Red – mid – late summer – highly productive plant yields exceptionally sweet raspberries. Disease resistant to root rot. Cold hardy and heat tolerant – 2 Gallon – $39.99
  • Jewel – Mid Season – Rich black raspberry flavor. High Quality fruit is perfect for fresh eating, making pies, and preserves. Bristol/Dundee cross. Sturdy and reliable canes produce big harvests. Self-Pollinating – 1 Gallon – $24.99
  • Polana Red – Early to Mid-season – Early Everbearing variety, best fir areas where early fall frost is a concern. Large, Glossy red berries with great flavor. Plants do best with higher fertilizer 2 Gallon – $39.99
  • Shortcake– This revolutionary, thornless raspberry offers everyone a chance to enjoy raspberries like never before! Compact, with a rounded growth habit, and it thrives in a patio pot or in the landscape. Perfect for children and adults, this carefree, nutritious raspberry requires no staking or big garden spaces. Its sweet, vanilla flavor is uniquely delicious! Self-Pollinating. Mature at 2’- 3’. 2 gallon $39.99
  • Yellow Ann – This sunshine-colored fruit has a unique flavor with hints of apricot. These large, sweet, firm berries will liven up tarts, jams and salads. They also freeze well. The hardy and productive plant bears in the first year. Cold-hardy and heat-tolerant. Fall-bearing (everbearing) primocane with a summer crop. Floricane berries ripen in July and August. Primocane berries ripen in September through frost. Self-pollinating. 2 gallon – 39.99


  • Victoria – Simmer, boil or bake the tall, plump, brilliantly red stalks—nothing fades the rich color and intense flavor! Excellent yields. $/based upon availablilty

Strawberries – $1.99/pot or $29.99 flat/18 pots                                                                 

  • Honeoye – (PLANTS) June bearing 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.
  • Fort Laramie – (PLANTS) Everbearing, Large bright red, juicy fruit with a very sweet flavor. Good for growing in container and baskets. Produces a fair amount of runners and a huge crop. Withstands cold winter with out covering. Great for fresh eating and processing.

Apricot Trees – all dwarf – all self-pollinating

  • Tilton – An all-time favorite for flavor, offering large, firm fruit, golden in color with a red blush. Tilton is excellent eaten fresh and considered the best for freezing, drying and canning. An excellent pollinizer for other varieties. This vigorous, adaptable tree is hardy and resistant to late frosts. Self-pollinating. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Goldcot Dwarf – Can with stand colder winter. Fruit has a deep, tangy flavor perfect for fresh eating and canning. Cold hardy Ripens in early July Self-pollinating 7 Gallon $89.99
  • Robada – Vigorous and productive tree yields large, deep orange fruit with a bright red flesh. Flavorful and aromatic, great for fresh eating, drying, canning, or freezing. Ripens in early to mid-July Self Pollinating – 7 Gallon $89.99
  • Early Golden – Highly flavored early season fruit. Ornamental beauty of spring with masses of pinkish white blossoms followed by smooth golden fruit in the summer. Best for fresh eating, baking, and drying. Ripens early to mid-July Self Pollinating 7 Gallon – $129.99

Apple Trees – all semi-dwarf

  • Cortland SD – Large, red striped fruit keeps well. Best for fresh eating, pies, cooking and canning. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Cortland – Large red apples with snow white centers that won’t turn brown. Great fresh eating, salads, pies, and cider. Cold hardy ripens in mid- late September. Pollinator required – 2 Gallon $44.99 7 Gallon $129.99
  • Brae Burn – This highly-flavored, late-season, Braeburn’s excellent flavor is rich and aromatic. Medium-to-large fruit is oval. The flesh is cream color, firm, very crisp and juicy. The tree is moderately vigorous and crops heavily. Pollinator required 7 gallon – 129.99
  • Empire- The flavor of McIntosh with the sweetness of Delicious. This productive tree is disease-resistant to fire blight and cedar apple rust. Early Season bloomer. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Fuji- Grow this grocery store favorite in your own backyard. These crisp, juicy and aromatic apples are quickly replacing Red Delicious in orchards. Fruit keeps up to 12 months when refrigerated. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • 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. Good keeper.  Pollinator required. 7 gallon $84.99
  • Golden Delicious – Sweet and juicy with a hint of spice. Highly productive tree bears fruit, that is a favorite for pies and salads. Cold hardy and heat tolerant. Ripens in the early fall and is self-pollinating. 7 Gallon $89.99
  • Honeycrisp – Juicy & crisp with a delicate, mildly sweet flavor. The skin is striped, scarlet red over pale yellow. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Jonagold – the tart of Jonathan and the sweet of golden delicious makes for a preferred dessert apple. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • McIntosh – This heirloom variety has been around since the early 1800’s and is a favorite in northern climates. This flavorful apple is best used for baking and fresh eating. Early-to-mid season bloomer. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99 2 gallon $44.99
  • Melrose – Official Ohio State apple. Large, flattened fruit, Yellowish green skin and streaked dark red with russet spots. Firm, Course, and juicy creamy white flesh. Good for cooking and desserts. Great for smaller areas as the trees stay between 15-20’ Self-pollinating – But will produce with better harvest with a pollinator tree 7 Gallon $89.99
  • Pristine – An early summer apple! Tree bears crops of medium-to-large fruit with a sweet-tart taste and a crisp, breaking flesh. Fruit features canary-yellow skin with a slight pink blush. Excellent for cooking, sauce and eating fresh. Disease-resistant to scab, powdery mildew, fire blight and cedar-apple rust. Ripens in mid-July. Pollinator required 7 gallon – 89.99
  • Red Delicious The original delicious apple is bright red in color, medium size, with tall conical shape. Has a sweet bit very mild flavor, flesh is juicy and has a light crispiness. Best used for fresh eating, as it doesn’t hold up well for cooking. Ripens late September – mid October – Longer the fruit stays on tree the sweeter it will become. Pollinator required 7 Gallon – $89.99
  • Royal Gala – Sweet and crisp! This strong, compact tree produces an elegant, medium-size fruit with an orange-red color and a lot of snap and juice. Ripens in late August. Pollinator required 7 gallon – 89.99
  • Summer Rambo – Vigorous tree bears medium-to-large apples with brightly striped skin. Fruit has a yellow, crisp, juicy flesh — perfect for juice and cider. Also excellent for fresh eating and makes an unforgettable sauce. Cold hardy. Ripens in August. Pollinator required 7 gallon – 129.99
  • Wealthy – Compact tree bears medium-sized, green fruit with a scarlet blush. Crisp white flesh, with occasional pink flecks. Fruit is multipurpose, but shines in the kitchen in pies, crisps, and sauces. Lively vinous flavor with light, fruity tones make for excellent cider. Cold hardy. Ripens in September. Pollinator required 7 gallon – 89.99
  • Yellow Delicious – large apple with golden yellow skin and crisp delicious flesh. All-purpose apples. Excellent pollinator tree for another apple in your yard. Ripens September through October – Self Pollinator 2 Gallon – $44.99
  • Yellow Transparent – An early ripening heirloom variety with firm, sweet white flesh. Best for cooking, sauce and fresh eating. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Zestar – Sweet and tangy early season apple. Fruit keeps up to two months with proper refrigeration. Cold hardy Ripens in early August. Pollinator required 7 Gallon $129.99
  • Espailer Apple- 3 Apples on one tree! Great for pollination! Will grow on a wall if kept trained. 15 gallon $214.99
  • Espailer Apple 6 way – 6 apples on one Tree, Great for pollination. 15 gallon – $274.99 


  • Courtland – Large, red striped fruit keeps well. Best for fresh eating, pies, cooking and canning. Pollinator required. 7 gallon $129.99

Cherry Trees – all dwarf

Sour all sour cherries can be used to pollinate a sweet cherry

  • Montmorency – The best tart, bright red fruit. Early season. Best for fresh eating, pies, booking, canning and freezing. Self pollinating. 7 gallon $84.99
  • Jubileum- Tart – An early ripening, very popular, high quality variety, Prized for its large, firm, very dark purple fruit that’s great for fresh eating and for making delicious juice and preserves. An attractive small tree, that has demonstrated a high degree of disease resistance in our orchard. Self-pollinating. 7 gallon $84.99
  • Danube – Tart/Sweet – The fruit is medium to large in size. Sweet-tart in flavor. It has dark-red skin and flesh. The tree is self-fertile and productive. Danube cherry is good for fresh market, juicing, and processing. 7 gallon – $84.99

Sweetall sweet cherries can be used to pollinate each other

  • 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. Self-pollinating. Will pollinate other sweet cherries. 7 gallon $84.99
  • 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. 7 gallon $84.99
  • Kristin – Sweet – large, glossy-skinned purplish-black cherries. Fruit is firm and meaty, marvelous for fresh-eating. 7 gallon – $84.99
  • 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. 7 gallon $84.99
  • 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. 7 gallon $84.99
  • White Gold – Heavy Crop tree bears yellow-blushed-red sweet cherries that mature mid-season. Disease resistant to brown rot, bacterial canker, and black knot. Resists cracking Usually ripens in June/July self-pollinating 7 Gallon – $89.99


  • Brown TurkeyA classic, all-purpose fig. Fruit is delicious fresh and in preserves. Dried figs make tasty snacks all year long. Tree needs protection when temperatures drop below 10ºF. Needs minimal pruning. May yield 2 distinct crops in locations with a long, warm growing season. Grows well in containers! Heat-tolerant. Ripens in June. Self-pollinating. 7 gallon $74.99

Nut Trees – Almonds are partially self-fertile. Planting two varieties will ensure good crops.

  • . Primavera – Productive and Reliable, very late blooming bears good crops of sweet, soft-shell nuts. Will produce 2 years after planting 7 Gallon – $114.99

PawPaw Trees

  • PawPaw – Exotic and attractive, this hardy, Native American fruit has a banana-like flavor with creamy custard-like flesh. This tree produces unusual purple flowers  before its large, tropical looking foliage appears. Fall color is a striking yellow. Need 2 for pollination. Mature height 12-15’.  3 gallon $49.99

Peach Trees

  • Bonanaza – True dwarf peach only reaches 5-6’ at height of maturity. Produces medium to large size fruit that are yellow with red blush. Ripens mid to late season. Self-Pollinating – 7 Gallon – $89.99
  • Contender – An exceptionally hardy, medium to large peach which produces well in colder climates. In spring the tree is covered in lovely pink blooms which are attractive to bees. The red fruit which follows is sweet and delicious. Cold hardy and disease resistant. Ripens in mid to late August. Self-pollinating. Freestone. Zone 4. Dwarf.   7 gallon $89.99  
  • July Elberta A large juicy, yellow fleshed peach that is best for fresh eating, canning and freezing. Mid-season. Freestone. Self-pollinating. Dwarf  7 gallon $89.99
  • Belle of Georgia- An old-time favorite that produces brilliant red flowers each spring and large fruit in late August. The peaches are very firm and highly flavored, with creamy white freestone flesh tinged with red. While excellent for fresh eating, the fruit is widely used for desserts and canning. Self-pollinating 7 gallon 89.99
  • Cresthaven- Firm flesh and almost fuzzless. A beautiful golden-yellow, all-purpose peach great for fresh eating, cooking, canning, freezing. Tree is hardy and blooms late to avoid spring frost. Developed in South Haven, Michigan, released in 1963. Freestone. Ripens in August. Self-pollinating. 7 gallon $89.99
  • Loring – Produces pink blooms in the spring and medium to large peach mid to late season. Fruit is best for freah eating, canning, and preserves. Self pollinating Dwarf 7 Gallon – $89.99
  • Sweet cap –new peento-type or “donut” peach. It is flat with almost no pit, like a normal peach. It has attractive large, white fleshed fruit that are Rosey red on a creamy white background. The white flesh is very firm and fine eating. It is juicy and aromatic with a nice acid and sugar balance. It ripens late in the season. Even though it is considered a “semi-clingstone”, the pit is very small. self-pollinating Dwarf 7 gallon – 89.99
  • White Lady – Pink blooms fill this tree early spring followed by red peaches that ripen early season. Self-pollinating 7 Gallon – $89.99

Pear Trees

  • 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. 7 gallon $89.99 2 Gallon $44.99
  • Danjuo – Bright green, very firm at harvest, with a tinge of yellow as it ripens. Can be stored up to 7 months. Cold- hardy and vigorous. Pollinator required 2 Gallon – $44.99
  • 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.  Dwarf  7 gallon $89.99
  • Red Bartlett – Red Bartlett is an improvement on this old faithful – with a bright-red color and higher sugar content. Great for eating fresh or canning and, with its brilliant-red skin, Red Bartlett makes a dramatic dessert pear. Harvest in late August. Best pollinators: Moonglow or Starking Delicious. Dwarf – 7 gallon – 89.99
  • Seckel – Small dessert pears that are super-sweet with a hint of spice. Often used in cooking and canning, but also enjoyed fresh. Tree is disease-resistant to fireblight.. Harvest in September. Best pollinators Moonglow and Shinseiki Dwarf 7 gallon – 89.99
  • Shinseiki- tree is not only heavy-bearing, but also very beautiful. The tree is both heat and cold tolerant. At least two cultivars are needed to ensure adequate pollination. Potential pollinators would be Barlett and Moonglow Dwarf 7 gallon – 89.99

Plum Trees

  • 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.  7 gallon $89.99
  • Superior – Robust tree produces abundant crop of fire- red fruit with sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Ideal for eating fresh from the tree. Cold-hardy and pollinator required. 7 Gallon – $89.99
  • Santa Rosa – Makes a Stunning ornamental tree with its pinkish white blossoms in the spring. Sweet, slightly tart taste with a deep purple red color Abundant producer, best used for fresh eating, cooking, and preserves. Self-pollinating with pollinating with another Japanese variety with result in greater fruit production. 7 Gallon – $89.99


  •  American – this bright-orange – and sometimes yellow, red and even blue – fruit bearing tree is anything but common. Uncommonly delicious ripe product the shape of a one- to two-inch beefsteak tomato that lends itself to cakes, cookies, sorbets, and ice cream. Its high calcium, vitamin C, potassium and iron yield also makes it a high-energy dried snack and its pulp freezes well for future use.7 gallon – 94.99
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