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Malus Royal Raindrops Crab Tree

Royal Raindrops Crab Tree

Eye-popping magenta pink blooms, deep purple cut leaf foliage, sparkling red fruits and bright fall color give all-season appeal. Superior disease resistance, adaptability, plus heat and drought tolerance make this unique crabapple a crown jewel among trees. Excellent resistance to scab and cedar apple rust with good resistance to fireblight.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

20'

Spread

15'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Pinkish-red Fruit-Red

Foliage Color

Purple to Orange-Red

$117.95

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Malus SnowSweet Apple

SnowSweet Apple Tree

Medium sized fruit. Very cold hardy. Has a deliciously sweet yet slightly tart taste. Flesh is snow white, firm and crisp. Does not turn brown quickly making it an excellent apple for fresh eating, salads and sauces. Above average in resistance to scab and fire blight.
Ripens: Mid-Late September Storage: Good
Pollination Req.: Another mid-spring variety i.e. Honeycrisp, Cortland, Red Delicious

Height

15'-20'

Spread

15' Semi Dwarf

Zone

4-7

Flower

Bronze-Red Blush

$51.95

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Malus Spring Snow Crab Tree

Spring Snow Crab Tree

A highly regarded ornamental tree just covered in snowy white flowers in spring, a hardy fruitless variety. It prefers to grow in average to moist conditions, and shouldn't be allowed to dry out. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

25'

Spread

15'

Zone

3-7

Flower

White/Red

Foliage Color

Dark Green

$89.95

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Malus Sweet Sixteen Apple

Sweet Sixteen Apple Tree

Medium sized fruit. Flesh is cream colored, crisp, sweet and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating, baking, cooking and salads. Resistant to scab and fire blight. Very cold hardy. Can be slow to come into bearing.
Ripens: Mid Season
Storage: Good
Pollination Req.: Mid to late season i.e, Cortland, Honeycrisp,Honeygold

Height

12'-15'

Spread

12'-15' Semi Dwarf

Zone

4-7

Flower

Red Striped

$51.95

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Malus Winecrisp Apple

Winecrisp Apple

This deep-red fruit is everything you want in a dessert apple — sweet, juicy and firm. Also great for baking. Disease-resistant to scab, fire blight, and powdery mildew.
Ripens: Mid-Late Season
Storage: Excellent
Pollination Req.: Another mid-late season variety i.e. Golden Delicious

Height

12'-15'

Spread

12'-15' Semi Dwarf

Zone

4-7

Flower

Deep Red

$55.95

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Malus Zestar Apple

Zestar Apple Tree

Medium sized fruit. Flesh is light, crisp and juicy, sweet-tart with a hint of brown sugar flavor. Excellent for fresh eating. Longer storage life than most early varieties.
Ripen: Early-Mid Season
Storage: Good
Pollination Req.: Mid Variety i.e. , Honey Crisp, Wolf River

Height

12'-15'

Spread

12'-15'

Zone

3-7

Flower

Creamy Yellow w/ Rosy Red Blush

$51.95

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Ostrya Virginiana Ironwood

Ironwood

This tree is not salt tolerant. Muscle like bark and trump are ornamental attractive
Growth rate: Slow 1’ per year

Height

30'-50'

Spread

25'-30'

Zone

3-9

Flower

Catkins/Small inflated pod clusters

Foliage Color

Med-Dark Green to Yellow in Fall

$129.95

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Physocarpus Amber Jubilee Ninebark

Amber Jubilee Ninebark

Selected for its striking foliage in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold. With its bold array of colors, it will stand out as a lovely focal point in a small garden landscape. Delicate white blooms are produced in spring, and fall foliage is highlighted with tones of red and purple, making this ninebark appealing over the entire season. Plant in full sun for best performance.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

5'-6'

Spread

3'-4'

Zone

2-7

Flower

White

Foliage Color

Orange/Yellow/Gold

$125.95

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Physocarpus Summerwine Ninebark

Summer Wine Ninebark-Tree

Neat compact branching and fine, deeply cut, dark crimson-red leaves. This native variety has pinkish-white, button-like flowers in mid-summer. It is very showy and extremely hardy.
Growth rate: Medium 1-2’ per year

Height

5'-6'

Spread

4'-5'

Zone

3-7

Flower

White/Pink

$99.95

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Populus tremuloides Quaking Aspen

Quaking Aspen

The small leaves of this native tree tremble in the slightest breeze for a beautiful effect. It can be found in moist, shallow, rocky, or clay soils. The bark is an attractive greenish-white.
Growth rate: Fast 2-3’ per year

Height

60'-80'

Spread

30'

Zone

2-7

Foliage Color

Green to Bright Yellow

$118.95

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Prunus Contender Peach

Contender Peach

Consistently yields large crops of sweet, juicy, medium-to-large fruit. Disease-resistant to bacterial spot. Cold-hardy, Freestone. Ripens: Mid-Late August (Self-pollination)

Height

8'-10'

Spread

8'-10'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Red

$76.95

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Prunus Mesabi Cherry

Mesabi Cherry

Long stemmed, red-fleshed fruits with sugar content halfway between pie cherries and 'Bing' cherries. Pyramidal tree grows to a height of 12 feet. Fruit resembles 'Meteor' but pit is smaller
Ripens: Early July
Pollination Req.: Self-fertile, no pollinator needed

Height

10'-14'

Spread

10'-14'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Red

$51.95

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Prunus Mount Royal Plum

Mount Royal Plum

Medium sized fruit
Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender juicy flesh. Considered the best blue cultivar in Wisconsin and Minnesota
Ripens: Late August
Pollination Req.: Self-fertile, no pollinator required.

Height

8'-12'

Spread

8'12'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Blue

$51.95

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Prunus Sweet Cherry Pie Cherry Tree

Sweet Cherry Pie

Sweeter than other cherries but not quite sweet enough for fresh eating. Great for jams, jellies and pies.
Ripens: Early Season
Pollination: Self-Fruitful

Height

15'

Spread

15'

Zone

3-8

Flower

Dark Red

$53.95

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Prunus Evans Bali Cherry

Evans Bali Cherry

Deep dark red fruit 1” in diameter and excellent for baking and fresh eating. The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. Extremely hardy buds.
Ripens: August
Pollination Req.: Self-fertile, no pollinator required

Height

15'

Spread

10'

Zone

3-8

Flower

Red

$51.95

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Prunus Meteor Cherry

Meteor Cherry

medium-sized cherries. Their tart/sweet yellow flesh is great for sauces, wonderful for pies, and good for fresh eating. A good choice for colder areas.
Ripens: Early to Mid Summer
Pollination Req.: Self-fertile, not pollinator required

Height

8'-10'

Spread

8'-10'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Red

$51.95

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Prunus Northstar Cherry

North Star Cherry

Large sized fruit –Tart Flesh is red, meaty and juicy with a pleasantly acidic flavor. Good for fresh eating, baking and canning. A vigorous, natural dwarf variety that is highly productive. Fruit will retain quality on tree for 2 weeks after ripening. Self-fertile.
Ripens: Mid-Summer
Pollination Req.: Self-fertile, no pollinator required.

Height

8'-10'

Spread

6'-'8'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Red

$51.95

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Pyrus Patten Pear

Patten Pear

Good sized fruit
Good quality, excellent for canning; fallen fruit can be messy. Very resistant to fireblight. Should be picked about one week before ripening and then allowed to ripen
Ripens: Mid to late September
Pollination Req.: Requires pollinator i.e. Summer Crisp

Height

30'

Spread

25'

Zone

4-8

Flower

Yellow w/Red Blush

$51.95

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Pyrus Parker Pear

Parker Pear

Medium sized fruit Parker is a sweet tender pear that is very good for fresh eating, baking, desserts, and storing. Fruit must be picked before it ripens. Upright, vigorous growing tree.
Ripens: Mid-August
Pollination Req.: Requires pollinator i.e. Summer Crisp

Height

15'-20'

Spread

10-15

Zone

4-8

Flower

Yellow/Bronze

$51.95

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Pyrus Summer Crisp Pear

Summer Crisp Pear

The flesh is sweet and crisp. A dependable producer. Harvest in mid-August when fruit is crisp and firm and still green with a red blush. Resistant to fire blight. This is a hardy tree. Used for fresh eating.
Ripens: August
Pollination Req.: Requires pollinator i.e. Parker, Patten

Height

20'-25'

Spread

20'-25'

Zone

3-8

Flower

Green w/red blush

$51.95