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This Home Orchard Collection contains 4 standard size fruit trees including: 1 Red Delicious Apple 1 Yellow Delicious Apple 1 Elberta Peach 1 Stanley Plum
(Late October November) Good, tart flavor. Crisp, white flesh.
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An excellent pollinator and one of the best winter apples around! This Yellow Delicious produces fruit that is sweet and juicy and ripens in mid-September to mid-October. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety. Other dwarf varieties available include: Red Delicious, Red Jonathan, Lodi, and McIntosh.
Vigorous and productive, this Red Delicious will yield a bountiful harvest of large, brilliant dark red fruit in mid-October. Flesh is fine grained, tender, crisp and juicy with a mild flavor and pleasing aroma. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety. Other dwarf varieties available include: Red Jonathan, Yellow Delicious, Lodi, and McIntosh.
Here is a giant onion that everyone can grow that is so sweet, crisp and juicy it can be eaten like an apple! Walla Walla was developed so that even our northern gardeners can grow and enjoy this giant on burgers or in salads. You will receive approximately 55-75 plants per bundle. Please Note: All Sweet Onion Plants are shipped direct from our grower. To insure Sweet Onion Plant delivery please place your order by May 1.
(Winter) Delightful flavor! Medium size, deep crimson, juicy, sub-acid in flavor, with a characteristic aroma. Ripens mid-September. 1-3' trees sent. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety. Other dwarf varieties available include: Red Delicious, Red Jonathan, Lodi, and Yellow Delicious.
Imagine 5 different varieties of full-sized apples growing on one tree which grows only about 8-10' high, so that you can pick most of the apples while standing on the ground! It starts producing the second or third year after transplanting and you truly have a "miracle" tree. "Everbearing" tree - apples for eating, apples for pies, apples for applesauce and apples for freezing. Start producing in the summer --- continue right through the fall. Beautiful apple blossoms in spring! Require little space. Sub-zero hardy. Se...
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This is the most popular apple grown in England and is becoming a favorite in the U.S. We now have a good supply of the popular variety which produces bushels of full-size fruit. Granny Smith apples are big, shiny and bright green! They have a crisp, white juicy flesh. They're just tart enough to make them an exceptionally popular eating apple. In the north they ripen after most other apple trees have finished bearing. Order now! Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety.