Fruit Trees

Malus Dwf Honey Crisp Apple
Malus Dwf Honey Crisp Apple

Common Name: Honey Crisp Apple Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Developed by the University of Minnesota in 1991, a cross of Macoun and Honeygold. Crisp, juicy, sweet apple ranked as one of the highest quality apples. Over 3″ Apple is richly coral-colored with a yellow background. Stores Well. Pollenizer recommended.

Malus 'Granny Smith' S.D.
Malus 'Granny Smith' S.D.

Common Name: Apple Semi-Dwf. Granny Smith
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Vigorous, compact, spreading tree. Large waxy fruits ripen in late fall. Crisp, juicy white flesh has a long-lasting sweet, snappy flavor. Excellent for cooking with a good shelf life. Self-fertile. Deciduous.

Malus Jonagold Apple SD
Malus Jonagold Apple SD

Common Name: Jonagold Apple Semi Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Developed in 1953 in New York, a cross between the crisp Golden Delicious and the blush-crimson Jonathan. They form a large sweet fruit with a thin skin. Jonagold is triploid, with sterile pollen, and as such, requires a second type of apple for pollen and is incapable of pollenizing other cultivars

Malus 'King' S.D.
Malus 'King' S.D.

Common Name: Apple Semi-Dwf. King
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Known simply as King, the large yellow-green apples with red stripes are excellent for eating fresh, for cooking and for making cider. They also keep well.

Malus SD Honey Crisp Apple
Malus SD Honey Crisp Apple

Common Name: Honey Crisp Apple Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Developed by the University of Minnesota in 1991, a cross of Macoun and Honeygold. Crisp, juicy, sweet apple ranked as one of the highest quality apples. Over 3″ Apple is richly coral-colored with a yellow background. Stores Well. Pollenizer reccomended.

Malus x domestica '4-Way Combination'
Malus x domestica '4-Way Combination'

Common Name: 4 Way Combo Semi Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Deciduous fruiting tree produces small pink single flowers in spring which turn white. Bears large, juicy fruit in late summer. Self Fruitful. Semi-Dwarf.

Malus x domestica '6-Way Espalier'
Malus x domestica '6-Way Espalier'

Common Name: 6 Way Espalier Semi Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Deciduous fruiting tree produces small pink single flowers in spring which turn white. 6 Varieties on one tree. Bears large, juicy fruit in late summer. Self Fruitful. Semi-Dwarf.

Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Gala' SD
Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Gala' SD

Common Name: Everfresh Gala Apple Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Sprayless™ version of popular Apple. Mid Season harvest of bright scarlet fruit striped with yellow. Excellent quality, semi-sweet flavor. Keeps very well. Self fruitful.

Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Red Delicious
Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Red Delicious

Common Name: Everfresh Red Delicious Apple Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Sprayless™ version of popular Apple. Mid Season harvest of medium red fruit with stripes. Apple is juicy, sweet and aromatic. Large upright tree. Cross-pollination necessary.

Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Yellow Delicious
Malus x domestica 'Everfresh™ Yellow Delicious

Common Name: Everfresh Yellow Delicious Apple Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Sprayless™ version of popular Apple. Late Season harvest of medium to lrg. yellow fruit with pink blush. Apple is crsip, firm and aromatic. Bears young. Cross-pollination necessary.

Malus x domestica 'Fuji' SD
Malus x domestica 'Fuji' SD

Common Name: Fuji Apple Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Tapered form with red stripes. Medium to large fruit. Firm, very sweet. Excellent flavor, good keeper. Heavy bearer. Needs long season.

Malus x domestica 'Gala' Dwf
Malus x domestica 'Gala' Dwf

Common Name: Gala Dwarf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Mid Harvest Season-Bright scarlet stripped with yellow, semi-sweet flavor. Excellent quality and keeping apple. Self-Fruitful.

Malus x domestica 'Gala' SD
Malus x domestica 'Gala' SD

Common Name: Gala Semi-Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Mid Season harvest of bright scarlet fruit striped with yellow. Excellent quality, semi-sweet flavor. Keeps very well. Self fruitful.

Malus x domestica 'Gravenstein' SD
Malus x domestica 'Gravenstein' SD

Common Name: Gravenstein Semi-Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Large, vigorous growing tree producing large, orangish yellow fruit with red stripes. Thin skin. Crisp, juicy, fine grained, yellowish white flesh. Known for its fine flavor. Great for desserts, sauces and cider.

Malus x domestica 'Pink Lady' SD
Malus x domestica 'Pink Lady' SD

Common Name: Pink Lady Semi-Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Late Harvest oblong yellow fruit with a pink blush. Creamy white sweet-tart flesh. Long fruit storage life. Full Sun.

Malus x domestica 'Red Delicious' SD
Malus x domestica 'Red Delicious' SD

Common Name: Delicious Red Semi-Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Mid Season harvest of medium red fruit with stripes. Apple is juicy, sweet and aromatic. Large upright tree. Cross-pollination necessary.

Malus x domestica 'Red McIntosh' SD
Malus x domestica 'Red McIntosh' SD

Common Name: Red Mcintosh Semi Dwf Apple
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apple
Features: Mid harvest season – Tree has vigorous growth habits and is very good in cool areas – Fruit is medium – Skin color is red – Apple is sweet and tender – Good for dessert – Requires pollinizer.

Prunus 'Moorpark' SD
Prunus 'Moorpark' SD

Common Name: Wenatchee Moorpark Apricot SD
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apricot
Features: Proven Northwestern climates. Flavorful fruit used for fresh, canning and drying. Self Fruitful.

Prunus '4 way Combo' Semi Dwarf
Prunus '4 way Combo' Semi Dwarf

Common Name: 4 way Combo Cherry Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Strong, vigorous, upright tree. Heavy, annual producer. Produces large, shiny, sweet cherries. Good flavor. Excellent pollinator.

Prunus avium 'Bing' SD
Prunus avium 'Bing' SD

Common Name: Bing Semi-Dwf Cherry
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Deciduous fruiting tree. Dark solid sweet flesh. Excellent for eating fresh. White, small, single flower. Blooms in spring. Pollinate with ‘Black Tartarian’.

Prunus avium 'Royal Anne' SD
Prunus avium 'Royal Anne' SD

Common Name: Cherry Semi Dwf Royal Anne
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: A heavy-bearing, rapid-growing tree producing large, firm, light yellow fruit with a beautiful rose blush. Flesh is firm, juicy and sweet. Ideal for canning.

Prunus avium 'Sweetheart™ '
Prunus avium 'Sweetheart™ '

Common Name: Sweetheart™ Cherry
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Van x Newstar. Self Fruitful. Large, bright red fruit with good flavor. Tree requires pruning to prevent size problems. Developed in Summerland, British Columbia.

Prunus cerasus 'Lapins' SD
Prunus cerasus 'Lapins' SD

Common Name: Cherry Semi-Dwf Lapins
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Early harvest large dark firm fruit. Excellent flavor and texture, Semi self fertile.

Prunus cerasus 'Rainer' SD
Prunus cerasus 'Rainer' SD

Common Name: Cherry Semi-Dwf Rainer
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Early harvest, yellow fruit with red blush. Firm sweet cherry. Use Bing, Sam or Van as a pollenizer.

Prunus domestica 'Brooks' SD
Prunus domestica 'Brooks' SD

Common Name: Brooks Prune Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Prune
Features: Late harvest season producer of large oval purplish black fruit, sweet Oregon prune for drying and canning.

Prunus domestica 'Italian' SD
Prunus domestica 'Italian' SD

Common Name: Italian Semi-Dwf Prune
Type: Tree/Fruit – Prune
Features: Heavy bearing tree with large oval purplish black fruit. Sweet tasting with some tartness. Good for cooking and fresh eating. Late harvest season.

Prunus 'Frost' Semi Dwarf
Prunus 'Frost' Semi Dwarf

Common Name: Frost Semi Dwarf Peach
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Early to Mid harvest season-New and resistant to leaf curl-Good in cold regions-Much like Red Haven-Vigorous, productive peach.

Prunus 'Golden Jubilee' SD
Prunus 'Golden Jubilee' SD

Common Name: Golden Jubilee Peach Semi Dwf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Derived from Elberta, ripening three weeks earlier. Medium-sized, oblong, yellow freestone (red at pit). Skin one-third blushed with mottled red. Good for canning and fresh-eating.

Prunus Peach Plum SD
Prunus Peach Plum SD

Common Name: Peach Plum Hybrid
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: “Peach-Plum Hybrid”, an interspecific peach, includes peach and plum in its parentage.

Prunus persica 'Early Elberta' SD
Prunus persica 'Early Elberta' SD

Common Name: Early Elberta Semi Dwf Peach
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Most popular of all peaches. This beautiful free-stone peach ripens during mid summer and is ideal for canning and eating because of its rich, yellow, juicy fruit. Grows to a height of 15 to 25 feet with an equal or greater spread.

Prunus persica 'Flavortop'
Prunus persica 'Flavortop'

Common Name: Flavortop Nectarine
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Large beautiful blooms. Large, firm, yellow freestone of excellent quality. One of the very best!

Prunus persica 'Red Haven' SD
Prunus persica 'Red Haven' SD

Common Name: Red Haven Peach Semi Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: One of the largest, early ripening, high quality yellow free-stones. Red Haven has firm flesh and fine texture. Low, broad crowned fruit tree grows 15 to 25 feet with an equal spread. Plant alone or in groves. Red-skinned.

Prunus persica 'Reliance' SD
Prunus persica 'Reliance' SD

Common Name: Reliance Peach Semi Dwf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Showy Late blooming. Very cold hardy/frost hardy. Sweet, flavorful yellow freestone. Harvest 2-3 weeks before Elberta.

Prunus persica var. nucipersica SD
Prunus persica var. nucipersica SD

Common Name: Goldmine Nectarine Semi Dwf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Nectarine
Features: Long-time favorite in California and Western Oregon. Small to medium-sized white-fleshed freestone. Aromatic, juicy and sweet.

Prunus SD Bl Tartarian Cherry
Prunus SD Bl Tartarian Cherry

Common Name: Black Tartarian Cherry SD
Type: Tree/Fruit – Cherry
Features: Early season medium sized Cherry nearly black. Requires pollenizer. Vigorus and Productive.

Prunus SD Blenheim Apricot
Prunus SD Blenheim Apricot

Common Name: Blenheim Apricot
Type: Tree/Fruit – Apricot
Features: A good, all-purpose freestone, the Blenheim apricot is a medium-sized, sweet, aromatic fruit with very good flavor. Early blooming.

Prunus 'Veteran' Semi Dwarf
Prunus 'Veteran' Semi Dwarf

Common Name: Veteran Semi Dwarf Peach
Type: Tree/Fruit – Peach
Features: Mid-Harvest season, highly productive peach. Medium size fruit is golden yellow with a red blush. Firm freestone fruit is juicy, fairly coarse. Good NW performer.

Pyrus c. '20th Century'/Nijisseiki
Pyrus c. '20th Century'/Nijisseiki

Common Name: Asian Pear 20th Century
Type: Tree/Fruit – Pear
Features: Rounded Asian Pear, mid harvest season. Sweet slightly tart, firm and juicy fruit. Pollenizers are Bartlett, Chojuro and Shinseikei. Medium size tree. Full Sun.

Pyrus communis '4 Way Combination'
Pyrus communis '4 Way Combination'

Common Name: Pear 4-Way Combo Semi Dwf.
Type: Tree/Fruit – Pear
Features: Beautiful, large richly flavored pears with golden-yellow color, blushed with red. 4 varieties on one tree. This young heavy bearer, ripens late August-September.

Pyrus communis 'Bartlett' Dwf
Pyrus communis 'Bartlett' Dwf

Common Name: Pear Barlett Dwarf
Type: Tree/Fruit – Pear
Features: Beautiful, large richly flavored pears with golden-yellow color, blushed with red. One of the best for canning. This young heavy bearer, ripens late August in the Midwest. Get best results by planting with another variety.

Pyrus communis 'Comice' Dwf
Pyrus communis 'Comice' Dwf

Common Name: Dwf. Pear Comice
Type: Tree/Fruit – Pear
Features: The best Winter pear, requires cold storage to ripen. Yellow skin fruit with russet dots. Sweet, tender, and aromatic, large fruit. Large tree slow to bear.

Pyrus communis 'Summercrisp' S.D.'
Pyrus communis 'Summercrisp' S.D.'

Common Name: Semi-Dwf. Pear Summercrisp
Type: Tree/Fruit – Pear
Features: Fireblight and disease resistant pear with sweet, crisp, green fruit with a red blush. Early to mid-season, very productive. Semi Dwarf. Full Sun.