Quince growing on a tree

When it comes to Bare Root Fruit Trees -- we've got you covered.  The following is a list of just some of the fruit trees that we are proudly offering in 2018.  We select only the best varieties of locally grown fruit trees to ensure that your home orchard, however big or small, is ultimately successful.

With this is mind, there are a few things to consider when selecting a fruit tree:

1.  What do you and your family really like to eat?

2. How much space do you have?

3.  Are you planting in ground?  In a container?

4.  Do you need another fruit tree to cross-pollinate with?  What variety is required?

With a few simple steps, you can achieve great fruit tree production, and we'll soon be talking about canning, drying and freezing methods!

Shinko Asian Pear

Semi-Dwarf Shinko Asian Pear

  • Medium sized, russeted skin with greenish background
  • Firm crisp flesh with distinctive flavor
  • Pollinate with Bartlett and most other Asian pears
Italian Prune

Dwarf Italian Prune

  • Medium purplish black fruit
  • Juicy greenish-yellow flesh
  • Ripens from August to September
Suncrest Peach

Semi-Dwarf Suncrest Peach

  • Large, round, firm fleshed, freestone fruit
  • Very sweet and tasty
  • Ripens in mid-season
  • Self fertile
Riches Quince

'Dwarf Riches' Quince

  • Extremely large fruit with lemon-yellow skin
  • Fruit is fragrant and covered with downy hairs
  • Attracts hummingbirds
  • Self fertile
Bing Cherries

Semi Dwarf Bing Cherry

  • Heart shaped dark red fruit
  • Firm sweet and juicy
  • Perfect for fresh eating or canning
  • Ripens mid-June to early July
Tilton Apricot

Dwarf Tilton Apricot

  • Heart shaped golden yellow with red blush
  • Fine flavor
  • Vigorous and productive tree
  • Best for freezing, drying and canning
  • Self fertile
Combo Plum

Dwarf 4 Way Combo Plum

  • 4 varieties of plums on one tree
  • Perfect for small spaces!
  • Ripens mid season
  • Self fertile
All In One Almond

'All in One' Semi Dwarf Almond

  • Healthy crops of delicious soft shelled nuts
  • Crisp, gourmet flavor of California almonds
  • Ripens in early September
  • Self fertile