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Apples Pyrus malus

Available as

2 n 1 or

3 n 1

2 n 1 Trees will be either: Anna & Golden Dorsett

or Anna & Einshemer 3 gal pot 40.00

3 n 1 Trees will be Anna, Golden Dorsett & Einshemer 3 to 5 gal pot 50.00




With a chill requirement of 200 to 300 hours, Anna is an excellent variety for the South. Trees are large and strong and produce at a young age. The fruit are medium to large, with green skin overlaid with red. Fruit are early ripening, and crisp with good flavor.




Golden Dorsett

Requiring only 250 chill hours makes this apple tree a great southern selection to pair with Anna. Fruit ripens from mid June to early July. A large fruit with a sweet yet tart flavor with yellow skin and a pretty red blush.




Sweet yellow apples, usually in early summer. Heavy bearing with a low chilling requirement.




Royal Crimson Cherry

The long awaited low-chill self fruitful sweet cherry from Zaiger Genetics. Consistent producer of large, tasty crimson-red fruit. Estimated chill requirement is 200 to 300 hours.

3 gal pot 50.00



Blanc du Bois

Fast growing vines with stand heat and humidity. Use for fresh consumption or make your own wine. These grapes are not seedless.

3" x 5" pot 7.00



Seedless grape for fresh consumption

2 gal trellised 25.00



A white or green grape for fresh consumption. These grapes are not seedless.

2 gal Trellised 25.00


 Peaches Prunus persica



Popular yellow freestone- large fruit is sweet. Ripens in May. Can be grown in a container. Mature height 5 to 6 feet. low chill, 250 hours or less.

14" pot 40.00


Desert Gold Peach

Very early ripening. Yellow clingstone. Heavy Bearer with good flavor and sweetness. 100 to 200 hours.

3 gal pot 40.00


Donut Peach

Also called Saucer or Pento Peach. The fruits are unique- white flesh with a sunken center (shaped like a doughnut). low chill, 200 hours

 3 gal pot 40.00


Eva's Pride

Medium to large sized yellow freestone peach. A fine flavored variety with low chilling requirements. 100 to 200 hours.

3 gal pot 40.00


May Pride

Delicious, sweet and tangy, semi-freestone when fully ripe. Very early ripening peach for warm weather climates. 150 to 200 chill hours.

3 gal pot 40.00


Peachy Keen

Showy bloom is very early. Medium to large fruit, mostly red skin. Firm and tasty with yellow freestone flesh. 100 to 200 chill hours.

7 gal pot 50.00



Tropic Snow

A sumptuous white-fleshed Peach. Fruit is ripe 110 days after full bloom. Summer pruning recommended for the best fruit production the following year and for optimum fruit and tree health.   200 chill units.  Harvest  in May.

2 gal pot 40.00


3 n 1 Peach

Multi-budded trees with 3 different cultivars. Trees are grated with either/or Eva's Pride, Mid Pride, Florida Prince, Desert Gold or May Pride. All low chill cultivars.

3 gal pot 50.00



 nectarine Prunus persica


Desert Delight Nectarine 

Sensational fruit consistently the best-flavored yellow nectarine - plus magnificent, double pink flowers. Dark red-skinned, freestone fruit is sweet, with unusually rich flavor.  Heavy bearing tree. 200 to 300 chill hours.

3 gal pot 40.00



Necta Plums Prunus spp.

White fleshed nectarine x plum. Dark red fruit, turning pale pink when ripe. Both nectarine and plum flavors are easily detectable. 200 to 300 chill hours.

3 gal pot 50.00




Shinseiki, Asian Pear

Very sweet, fine -textured and flavorful fruit. Medium sized fruit.

3 gal pot 40.00



Assumed to be a cross between TENN and Hosui pear. Crisp, bell shaped fruit mature early summer. Self fruitful. 150 to 250 chill hours.

3 gal pot 40.00






Interesting ornamental form: twisted, contorted branching. Produces round edible fruits similar to Li. Reddish-brown when ripe. Eat fresh when crunchy or room dry to date-like chewy sweetness.

3 gal 55.00



Green Thornless

The trees are bush-like with a weeping habit, and they will bear fruit at just two to three years of age. Fruit is 1 to 2 inches in size and is eaten between the green to yellowish-green stage. Taste like a green apple. They are hardy to 25 degrees and can take almost any amount of summer heat, Indian Jujubes are known to be extremely prolific producers.

3 gal. pot 50.00



Lang Jujube

out of stock

Produces fruit that are easily mistaken for baby Bosc pears before turning their beautiful burnished mahogany. They're incredibly tasty when fully ripe, but not until then. Wait for the fruit to turn dark before eating. These fruit are also excellent if left on the tree to dry. Tree is upright and nearly thorn-less. Partially self-fertile, which means you can grow just one tree and get fruit, but you'll get more if you have two different varieties. Fruit ripens in early to mid-September.


Li Jujube

out of stock

Also called "Chinese date". Round-shaped fruits are larger than "Lang". The "Li" Jujube is sweet and tasty when picked while yellowish-green. It turns reddish-brown, dry and wrinkled, sweet and chewy (like dates) when fully ripe in early Fall. Attractive, easy-to-grow tree.  Low chilling requirement. Partly self-fruitful, or pollenized by Lang.


Sherwood Jujube

out of stock

The fruit of the "Sherwood" Jujube tree is excellent tasting with a sweet apple-like flavor. The fruit is large, oblong, shiny and reddish-brown. Like the other Jujube varieties, it's drought tolerant, and good for eating fresh or dried. The Sherwood has notably less thorns than other varieties. Self pollinating.





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