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-Enterprise Apple : Semi Dwarf. Pollinator required. Blooms in late Summer to early Fall. Produces a crisp red apple with a slightly tart taste.
-Golden Delicious Apple : Semi Dwarf. Self pollinating. Blooms in late Summer to early Fall. Sweet and spicy flavor. The world’s most popular apple.
-Granny Smith Apple : Semi Dwarf. Pollinator required. Blooms in late Summer to early Fall. A tart and tasty green apple that is great for pies.
-Honey Crisp Apple : Semi Dwarf. Pollinator Required. Blooms in mid to late Summer. Produces an apple that is crisp and juicy with a slightly sweet flavor.
-Red Delicious Apple : Semi Dwarf. Pollinator Required. Blooms in mid to late Summer. This fruit is sweet and crisp and is excellent to eat fresh or use in salads.
-Hudson Cherry : Semi Dwarf. Pollinator required is another sweet Cherry variety. A sweet black cherry that is best for eating fresh.
-Belle of Georgia Peach : Dwarf. Self Pollinating. Blooms in the Fall. This fruit has an attractive scent and a very sweet taste. Can be eaten fresh or used for cooking.
-Elberta Peach : Dwarf. Self pollinating. Blooms in late Summer. Produces a large juicy peach that is best eaten fresh or used for canning.
-Redhaven Peach : Dwarf. Self pollinating. Blooms in Summer. The most popular peach because of its hardiness and large fruit production. These peaches can be eaten fresh, cooked, canned, or frozen.
-Bartlett Pear : Dwarf. Pollinator required is another European pear. The most popular pear in the U. S. A. Sweet and juicy fruit is good for eating fresh or cooking.
-Hardy Giant Pear : Dwarf. Pollinator required is another Spring blooming Asain Pear. Produces a large round fruit with excellent flavor that is best eaten fresh.
-Kieffer Pear : Dwarf. Self pollinating. Will also pollinate other European pears. Late Summer to Fall blooms. This fruit is normally eaten fresh or canned.
-Green Gage Plum : Semi-dwarf. Self pollinating. Will pollinate other European plums. This sweet fruit is best eaten fresh or used in desserts.
-Eastern White Pine :
-Vanderwulf Pine :
-Alberta Spruce :
-Blue Spruce :
-Norway Spruce :
-Autumn Flowering Cherry : Light pink flowers are produced in both spring and fall. An upright tree which will reach 20 to 25 feet in height. Medium green foilage goes yellow to bronze in fall
-Kwansan Cherry : Deep pink flowers distinguish this upright tree which will reach 25 feet in height. Copper colored leaves arrive with the blooms before into deep green foilage.
-Royal Burgandy Cherry :
-Snowfountains Cherry : This weeping tree displays single white flowers in the spring. The compact branches provide fall color that is orange to golden.
-Snowgoose Cherry :
-Double Weeping Cherry : A small tree with graceful weeping branches provides a show of double pink leaves in the spring.
-Weeping Higan Cherry :
-Yoshino Flowering Cherry : Early spring blooms highlight this upright tree which can reach as much as 50 feet in height. whitish pink flowers give way to dense glossy green foilage.
-Sargent Crabapple :
-April Showers Crabapple :
-Coralburst Crabapple :
-Profusion Crabapple :
-Spring Snow Crabapple :
-Blue Shadow Dogwood :
-Cherokee Brave Dogwood :
-Cherokee Princess Dogwood :
-Cloud Nine Dogwood :
-Stellar Pink Dogwood :
-Venus Dogwood :
-Wolf Eyes Dogwood :
-Fringe tree :
-Goldenrain tree :
-China Snow Lilac :
-Ivory Silk Lilac :
-Baldcypress : Pyramidal shaped. Medium growth rate of 1 to 2 feet per year. Can reach 50 to 75 feet with a 25 foot spread. Will tolerate dry soils but thrives in wet areas. Orange to red fall color.