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Bareroot Fruit Trees 2016

ARRIVING THE WEEK OF JANUARY 15, 2018!
See below for descriptions of our Bare Root Fruit Trees for 2018... 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. Call (360) 225-8750 and reserve your trees today!

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.

Please call for availability.
List updated 1/5/2018.

CALL (360) 225-8750 OR (877) 658-0566 TO ORDER YOUR TREES TODAY!
Only $24.99 each!
 
APPLES

Braeburn Apple: Excellent late season fruit: very crisp, tangy and flavorful. Rich in flavor and large in size. Reddish tones on a yellow to light-green background.

  • Good for: snacking, salads and baking
  • Excellent keeper
  • Harvest in September and October
  • Self-fertile
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

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
Gravenstein Apple

Honeycrisp Apple

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

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
King Apple
Liberty Apple

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

Pink Lady Apple: Very crisp, sweet-tart with a distinct flavor. Skin is an attractive reddish-pink blush, with a yellow background color. White flesh resists browning. 

  • Good for: snacking, salads, baking, cooking, jucing & freezing
  • Harvest October and November
  • Great keeper
  • Self-fertile
Pink Lady Appkle
Wolf River Apple

Wolf River Apple: Huge in size, fruit weighs up to a pound, each! Fairly round shape, skin striped red over pale yellow. Perfect for cooking and sauce – holds its shape and requires very little additional sugar. Firm, juicy flesh.

  • Good for: cooking and applesauce
  • Harvest in late September
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Cold hardy
 
APRICOTS
Puget Gold Apricot

Puget Gold Apricot Introduced and named by Washington State University. Pproduces large elongated fruit of very good flavor. 

  • Good for: fresh eating
  • Harvest in August
  • Self-fertile
  • Cold hardy
 
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
Lapins Cherry

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

  • Great for: fresh eating, canning & cooking
  • Self-fertile
  • Great pollinator
Montmorency Cherry: America’s most popular tart cherry for pies and preserves with a rich, tart flavor that bakers and jam makers love.

  • Great for: canning & cooking
  • Self-fertile
  • Great pollinator
Montmorency Cherry
Rainier Cherry

Rainier Cherry: Rainier cherries distinguish themselves from all other cherry varieties by the color of their skin and the unparalleled high sugar levels. Memorably sweet and low acid with a caramel-like finish on the palate.

  • Great for: fresh eating or as an ingredient in desserts
  • Needs a 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

Q18 Peach: Peach leaf curl resistant variety, tested at WSU. Reddish-orange, white-fleshed, sweet and juicy.

  • Good for: fresh eating and making jams and jellies
  • Harvest in late July to early August
  • Semi-Freestone
  • Self-fertile
Q18 Peach
Veteran Peach

Veteran Peach: Very reliable for cold climates: winter hardy and late blooming. Yellow to yellow orange skin.  Yellow flesh is firm and juicy but coarse grained. Richly flavored.

  • Good for: fresh eating and canning
  • Harvest in late July
  • Freestone
  • Self-fertile
 
PEARS (ASIAN)

20th Century Asian Pear

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

Chojuro Asian Pear: Traditional Japanese favorite, large fruit with brown skin and sweet, flavorful flesh. A real keeper.

  • Good for: fresh eating
  • Harvest Late August to Mid-September
  • Needs a pollinator
Chojuro Asian Pear

Korean Giant Pear

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

Raja Asian Pear: Attractive, golden-brown Asian Pear is very sweet, richly flavored and quite delicious. Very productive, disease-resistant, and hardy, 

  • Good for: fresh eating & canning
  • Harvest in September
  • Disease-resistant
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Cold hardy
Raja Asian Pear
 
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

Bosc Pear: Long and narrow shape, brown skin. Superb quality, one of the best. Susceptible to fire blight in warm, moist climates.

  • Good for: fresh eating, cooking & canning
  • Needs a pollinator for best results
  • Harvest mid-late September
Bosc Pear
Ubileen Pear

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
 
PLUMS

Beauty Plum: Red skin with sweet, amber, richly flavored flesh. Tastes like the Santa Rosa, but performs much better in Pacific Northwest climates.

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

Elephant Heart Plum: Large, baseball-size plums. Sometimes called a “blood plum” because of its dark-red flesh. Sweet, juicy, rich flavor with a nice balance of tart and sweet.

  • Superb for fresh eating
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Heavy bearer
  • Harvest September to early October

Hollywood Plum: Large, round, dark red plum with deep red flesh. Also a very ornamental tree with purple leaves and fragrant, showy pink spring flowers.

  • Superb for fresh eating and jam/jelly
  • Harvest late August
  • Self-fertile
Hollywood Plum

Italian Plum

Italian Plum: A European plum/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
  • Needs a pollinator
  • Freestone
 
CALL (360) 225-8750 OR (877) 658-0566 TO ORDER YOUR TREES TODAY!
Only $24.99 each!
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