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Bareroot Fruit Trees 2014
See below for descriptions of our Bare Root Fruit Trees for 2014... Apple, Cherry, Peach, Pear and Plum - all on Semi-Dwarf Rootstock.

Guarantee that you'll get the fruit trees you want to grow this year by ordering your Bare Root Fruit Trees for pickup in our store, through our secure online shopping cart below.*

For birthdays, holidays or a housewarming, Fruit Trees make a wonderful and unique gift! We'll even contact the recipient when their order is ready to be picked up.

*Bare Root Fruit Trees will arrive at our nursery in mid to late January and will be held for 2 weeks. You (or the gift recipient) will be notified when the trees arrive. If it is not picked up, a 15% re-stocking fee of your total order will be charged to your credit card and the trees will be returned to stock. 7.7% Washington State sales tax will be added to the price of each tree at checkout.

 
APPLES
Akane Apple

Akane Apple: An excellent early season apple with a good balance of sweet and sharp flavors. Medium sized apples of carmine red stripes over a clear pale yellow.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce & drying
  • Early – mid season bloomer
  • Harvest  early – mid September
  • WSU recommends
  • Resistant to scab & mildew
  • Needs a pollinator
Chehalis Apple: Always a reliable and highly productive apple. Its medium to large green fruit has an occasional pinkish blush. It has a white flesh that is crisp and juicy.
  • Good for: fresh eating, pies & sauce
  • Early bloomer
  • Harvest late September
  • WSU recommends
  • Resistant to scab
  • Needs a pollinator
Chehalis Apple
Fuji Apple

Fuji Apple: A yellowish apple with orange red blushed stripes. They have a sweet tart flavor with white flesh that is firm and crunchy. Flavor is excellent.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce & freezing
  • Late season bloomer
  • Harvest late October - November
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator

Gala Apple: A yellow skinned apple with vivid orange-red stripes and blushing. It has a sweet, crisp and dense creamy yellow flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cider, pies & sauce
  • Mid - late season bloomer
  • Harvest in October
  • WSU recommends
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator
Gala Apple
Gravenstein Apple

Gravenstein Apple: The most famous cooking apple with red stripes, yellow skin and crisp, tart flesh. Tends to have a biennial bearing habit and is susceptible to scab.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking & sauce
  • Early bloomer
  • Harvest late August – early September
  • WSU recommends
  • Sterile – needs 2 pollinators

Honeycrisp Apple: A superior quality apple that has red skin and outstanding crisp, sweet-tart and juicy flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce & freezing
  • Early - mid season bloomer
  • Harvest September
  • WSU recommends
  • Great keeper
  • Needs a pollinator
Honeycrisp Apple
King Apple

King Apple: A large yellow-green apple with red stripes. It has a delicious crisp, tart flavor.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cider, pies & sauce
  • Early – mid season bloomer
  • Harvest late September – October
  • Keeps well
  • Sterile – needs 2 pollinators

Liberty Apple: This apple has a dark red skin and crisp, juicy, sweet flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking, sauce, cooking & freezing
  • Early - mid season bloomer
  • Harvest in October
  • WSU recommends
  • Highly disease resistant
  • Keeps well
  • Needs a pollinator
Liberty Apple
Spartan Apple

Spartan Apple: A McIntosh style apple. Very dark red fruit with white, crisp, juicy flesh. Has excellent flavor.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cider, pies & sauce
  • Early – Mid season bloomer
  • Harvest late
  • WSU recommends
  • Stores well
  • Highly disease resistant
  • Needs a pollinator
 
CHERRIES

Bing Cherry: This cherry produces a top quality, large dark red fruit. Fruit is intensely sweet and juicy .

  • Great for fresh eating, canning & cooking
  • Needs a pollinator
Bing Cherry
Lapin Cherry

Lapins Cherry: A prolific producer of deep purple-red, very juicy cherries. Crack or split- resistant.

  • Great for: fresh eating, canning & cooking
  • Self-f ertile
  • Great pollinator

Royal Ann Cherry: This heart shaped, firm and juicy cherry has golden-pink skin and flesh. Seldom bothered by birds

  • Great for: fresh eating & canning
  • Needs a pollinator
Royal Ann Cherry
 
PEACHES
Frost Peach

Frost Peach: This peach is highly resistant to peach leaf curl when older. The skin has a red blush over yellow background with yellow flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, canning, preserves
  • Harvest in August
  • WSU recommends
  • Freestone
  • Self-fertile
 
PEARS (ASIAN)

20th Century Asian Pear: Medium to large round yellow-green fruit with firm white flesh that's crisp like an apple. Mild-flavored, juicy and sweet.

  • Good for: fresh eating, salads & canning
  • Harvest Mid-September
  • Needs a pollinator
20th Century Pear
Hosui Pear

Hosui Asian Pear: Large brownish-orange russeted skin with white flesh with a snappy, tangy taste. Higher acid content than other Asian pears.

  • Good for: fresh eating, grilling & canning
  • Harvest Late September
  • Blight-resistant and heat-tolerant
  • Needs a pollinator

Korean Giant Asian Pear: Large fruit weighing up to one pound each! Russet-brown skin with a crisp and sweet white flesh. Flavor improves in storage.

  • Good for: fresh eating & canning
  • Great keeper - up to five months in storage
  • Harvest Late October
  • Blight-resistant
  • Needs a pollinator
Korean Giant Pear
Niitaka Pear

Niitaka Asian Pear: Be prepared - when you eat this pear you'll need a napkin ready. Heavily russeted with an orange-brown color, the Niitaka is a very sweet and juicy variety.

  • Good for: fresh eating, salads & sauces
  • Good keeper
  • Harvest Mid-October
  • Needs a pollinator
 
PEARS (EUROPEAN)

Anjou Pear: A large pear with white, juicy flesh. It has a sweet brisk flavor. The fruit is light green in color with some yellowing when ripe.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking & canning
  • Good keeper
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Ripens after the Bartlett
Anjou Pear
Bartlett Pear

Bartlett Pear: A greenish-golden pear having a round-bell shape. It produces sweet, juicy fruit.

  • Good for: fresh eating, tarts, cooking & canning
  • Good keeper
  • Needs a pollinator for best results

Ubileen Pear: This pear has large, attractive yellow fruit with a nice red blush and a delicious sweet flavor. Very aromatic.

  • Good for: fresh eating, baking & canning
  • Needs a pollinator
Ubileen Pear
 
PLUMS

Italian Plum: A European p lum/prune whose fruit has dark purple skin with yellow-greenish flesh. Its high sugar content makes it a great drying plum.

  • Good for: drying, canning, fresh eating & baking
  • Self -fertile
  • Freestone
  • Heavy bearer
Italian Plum
Santa Rosa Plum

Santa Rosa Plum: This Japanese variety produces large, very juicy, dark reddish-purple fruit with amber flesh and a delightful flavor.

  • Good for: fresh eating, canning and jam/jelly
  • Harvest mid July - August
  • Self-fertile

Satsuma Plum: This Japanese variety produces fruit with mottled maroon over green skin and dark red meaty flesh.

  • Good for: fresh eating, canning and jam/jelly
  • Harvest late August - September
  • Needs a pollinator
Satsuma Plum
 
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