Our fruits trees (excluding some Pear & Sweet Cherry) are northern grown so you know they can take our cold Wisconsin winters. All apple trees are available in standard, reaching a height of 25 feet. Semi-dwarf trees listed below grow between 8 and 12 feet and have fruit in 1-3 years. Semi-dwarf is what we recommend for ease of picking and caring for. For less spraying, choose a disease resistant (DR) apple. Most trees need a pollinator, (another apple or crabappltree within 500 ft.) We provide free handouts on training and pruning apple trees and are also here to answer any questions you may have.

Apple Trees are pruned to shape and are;   5-6 ft.   Br. $24.00

Apple trees are listed in order of ripening, (early to latest pickings)

PRISTINE - (DR)
This disease resistant variety is medium to large in size and ripens the last week in July. The fruit colors to a very attractive yellow finish with no russet. The flesh is crisp and mildly sweet. Stores up to 6 weeks in refrigeration.
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Flavor is the most outstanding feature of this apple with a delightful acid/sugar balance. Average fruit size of 3" with a 50 to 85% red stripe over yellow background. The flesh is white with a crisp and juicy texture.
GALA APPLE (Malaga)
Discovered in 1934 by New Zealand orchardist J.H. Kidd and are a cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd's Orange Red. They were introduced for commercial production in 1965, and made their way into the U.S. market in the 1970's. With a mildly sweet flavor and long availability window, this apple is one of today's most popular varieties. Gala apples are among the top 3 apple varieties grown in Washington State. Generally round with pale golden yellow with red stripes or blush skin Interior: Firm and crisp with a slight yellow to cream interior Experience. Mildly sweet and vanilla-like with a floral aroma. This is one apple that has a thinner skin than most.  Because of their early harvest date, Gala apples tend to be smaller in size than most, making this one a great choice for kids. Gala ranks 2nd in the list of top ten apple varieties grown in the U.S., trailing only Red Delicious.

MCINTOSH (Rogers Red)
The fruit has red and green skin, a tart flavour, and tender white flesh, which ripens in late September.
HONEYCRISP 
Fruit is large with outstanding storage life in common refrigeration. A good quality apple that has yellowish green skin with a pale red stripe. Flesh is cream colored, crisp and juicy with a mildly sweet fruity flavor. Picking can be spread over a long period as the fruit does not drop and quality remains high. Note: Triploid; cannot pollinate other apple trees.
CORTLAND (Royal Court)
A high quality large fall apple. Flesh is white, fine grained, juicy, and stays white when cut. Tree has a weeping, willowy growth habit. Stores for 3 to 4 months. Ripens late September.
LIBERTY - (DR)
Resistant to scab and cedar apple rust. A high quality medium to large red dessert apple. Flesh is very crisp, juicy, creamy-yellow color. Stores easily till February. Tree may need thinning of young apples for larger size apples. Stores till Feb. Much like and one of its parents the McIntosh.
FREEDOM - (DR)
Exceptional disease resistance! Easy-care tree ideal for areas with apple scab, powdery mildew, and fire blight issues. This vigorous tree has a lovely spreading nature. Large bright-red fruit with a juicy tender flesh great for fresh-eating, cider, juicing, and cooking. Cold-hardy. Ripens from late September to early October.
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A dual-purpose apple, suitable for both fresh and processing markets. Idared is a solid bright red apple that keeps well in long term storage. This medium-vigor tree bears young and annually with heavy crops. Blooms early-mid season and makes a good pollinizer. Susceptible to fire blight.
No Picture  WINECRISP - (DR) This is a 6+ft. tree selling for $45.00
Great flavor and easy to grow. This deep red fruit is everything you want in a dessert apple — sweet, juicy and firm. Also great for baking. Not prone to fruit drop. Disease-resistant to scab, fire blight, and powdery mildew. Stores up to nine months. Ideal for northern gardens. Ripens in mid October.

JONAGOLD
Unique flavor makes the fruit luscious enough to serve by itself as dessert. This crisp super apple is a cross between the tart Jonathan and the sweet Golden Delicious. The result is a tasty treat for all. Ripens in mid September. Note: Triploid; cannot pollinate other apple trees.

ENTERPRISE - (DR)
Firm and crisp, with a spicy aroma and mild tartness. Extremely disease-resistant to apple scab, cedar apple rust and fire blight; moderate resistance to powdery mildew. Keeps 5-6 months if refrigerated. Cold-hardy. Ripens in mid October.
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Is a beautiful, med-large size fruit with juicy cream-colored flesh and that great Fuji crunch.
No Picture GOLD RUSH - (DR) Out - maybe 2019
A yellow apple with high quality flavor. The crisp texture is retained for up to 7 months in cold storage. This late maturing apple improves its flavor after two months in storage and with the added bonus of being disease resistant.

PEAR TREES need to be picked early when skins are turning light green/yellow and stored in refrigeration. Some pears are considered self-unfruitful, plant two kinds for cross-pollination. Don't over fertilize pears or you will get Fire Blight Disease. Zone 5 Pears are not winter guarantee.

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Handsome and hardy. Vigorous tree has an upright growth habit and produces large, sun-yellow pears with a red cheek. Fruit is juicy with a fine sweet texture, ideal for fresh-eating and canning. Harvest a week or two before Bartlett. Ripens in late August. This is a zone 5 pear, we do not winter warranty.
6 ft. Br. (available potted $35)  
BARTLETT PEAR
Bartlett is the leading commercial variety for fresh eating and processing. Fruit is golden with pink blush flesh and is juicy sweet. Tree is very adaptable, vigorous, productive and self-fruitful but has heavier crop when cross-pollinated. It ripens in early September. This is a zone 4/5 pear, we do not winter warranty.
5-6 ft. Whip $26.00

HARROW CRISP PEAR
This variety harvests with Bartlett and sizes slightly larger. Fruit has a very attractive finish with a red blush over smooth, yellow skin and the flavor is mildly sweet. The tree is hardy, productive and has proven resistance to fire blight.
5-6 ft. Whip $29.00  
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Picked about three weeks after Bartlett’s, Harrow Sweets are sweeter and have a denser flesh than Bartlett. At times, the skin can be a bit astringent, so they are best enjoyed peeled. Unlike Bartlett’s which should be a light yellow when eaten (otherwise they go soft), Harrow’s need to be a hard yellow and give to the touch, otherwise they will be too firm. Harrow Sweet’s are fire blight resistant – a disease that can wipe out other pear trees. Picked in early October. Zone 4.
5-6 ft. Whip $26.00  

CHERRY TREES Sweet Cherry Trees for zone 5 are excluded from winter guarantee.

No Picture KRISTIN CHERRY
A must-have for sweet cherry lovers in the North! Tested in Norway and across Montana, this tree still managed to reliably bear crops of large, glossy-skinned purplish-black cherries. Fruit is firm and meaty, marvelous for fresh-eating. Cold hardy. Ripens in mid-July.
5-6 ft. Br. $36.00
  MONTMORENCY CHERRY
The old standard tart cherry for home and commercial processing. Needs no pollinator
5-6 ft. Br. $36.00
BLACKGOLD CHERRY
If you have room for only one sweet cherry tree, this is it. It's self-fertile and tolerant to frost. One of the most dependable for colder areas. Trees yield big crops of large, firm, black-red, very flavorful fruits that resist cracking. The heart-shaped fruit has dark red skin, moderately firm dark purple flesh and good flavor. Blooms later to avoid a late freeze. Ripens in July. Zone 5 Sorry we can not winter warranty.
5-6 ft. Br. $40.00
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Superb for pies or juice Sweet/Tart flavor. The fruit from this variety is like Montmorency, but larger and firmer. It ripens over an extended period of time, so you can stretch out your enjoyment of fresh cherries with bright red juice. Ripens in late June. Self-pollinating, but bears larger crops when pollinated with another pie cherry tree.
5-6 ft. Br. $36.00
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The Rainier Cherry Tree is one of the best and most popular cherries in America. It's large, yellow fruit with red blush is extremely sweet and delicious. The Rainier's distinct flavor and heavy production makes it a favorite among home-gardeners and orchard owners. It is an early bearing variety that ripens mid-season and is considered the best yellow cherry and possibly the most superior of all cherry varieties.
5 ft. Lt.Br. $45.00

PEACH TREES are self-fruitful, you only need one tree to produce fruit.

GLORIA PEACH
Grown in your own backyard, peaches picked when fully ripe are especially flavorful. Gloria is a new variety that produces large, highly colored, very firm yellow-fleshed freestones. They are low-acid with high sugars and are excellent dessert peaches. The very productive trees are resistant to bacterial spot. This is a zone 4/5 peach, we do not winter warrenty.
5-6 ft. Br. $28.00

CONTENDER PEACH
Hardy fruit buds and tendency to set a high number of flower buds and a consistent producer. Firm flesh is yellow and non-browning. Medium-to-large freestone fruit with excellent color. Moderately-resistant to bacterial spot. Zone 4.
5-6 ft. Br. $22.00



PLUM TREES should have another variety for good pollination.


STANLEY PLUM
Fruits are medium size, fine quality and colored deep blue. Flesh is yellow, juicy, tender, firm, and freestone. Trees are vigorous, hardy, bear early and produce large annual crops if cross-pollinated with another European plum. Small crop if planted alone. This is a zone 5 plum, we do not winter warrenty.
5-6 ft. Lt. Br. $28.00
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A large blue sweet plum with excellent flavor, Tree needs pollination with Stanley or another European plum. This is a zone 5 plum, we do not winter warrenty.
5-6 ft. Lt. Br. (available potted $35)
 
NY9 PLUM
Freestone with yellow-green flesh. It ripens in Stanley season, however is more productive and disease resistant than Stanley. NY9® is considered self-fertile.
6 ft. Lt.Br. $30.00  

APRICOT are self-fertile.


HAROGEM APRICOT
Introduced in 1979 by Harrow Research Station, Canada. Medium-sized fruit, bright red glossy blush over orange background. Ideally suited for the fresh market. Flesh is orange, firm, and freestone with good flavor. Trees are upright, productive and very cold hardy. Resistant to brown rot, perennial canker and somewhat resistant to bacterial spot..
5-6 ft. Lt. Br. 2019
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A 1980 release from Harrow Research Station, Canada. Characteristically produces very large fruit, yellow-orange in color. Flesh is firm, orange, and freestone. Tolerant to brown rot, bacterial spot, and perennial canker. Tree is winter hardy and productive.
5-6 ft. Lt. Br. 2019

SUGAR PEARLS APRICOT
Loss for words to describe the full-bodied, sweet golden-honey flavor of this incredible white apricot. Totally unlike any apricot (or any other fruit for that matter) you've ever tasted, bursting with sun-sweetened nectar. It's just too good to pass up! Can bear as quickly as a year after planting and blooms much later than all other apricot varieties—so even if you were too far north to grow apricots before—now's your chance! Ripens late June to early July. Zones 4-7
5-6 ft. Lt.Br. 2019

BLUEBERRY SHRUBS are self-fruitful however, when two or more cultivars are present, cross-pollination produces fruit that ripens earlier and is larger. Blueberries require an acid soil & uniformly moist, but not saturated for best results. Heavy poorly drianed soil should be avoided. Excellent for landscape with flowering, fruiting and brilliant fall colors of orange to red.

  BLUECROP BLUEBERRY
Considered by many to be the best all around variety for consistent yields, disease resistance and high quality. It has an upright, open growing habit to 4-6 ft. Likes fun sun.
12 inch H.Br. $18.00 Potted
No Picture ST. CLOUD BLUEBERRY
This bush covers itself with white flowers in late spring and massive numbers of dark blue berries in early to mid-summer. You will have plenty to eat and plenty to give away! These are tall plants – up to 4 feet tall – but they have shallow root systems. This makes them perfect for raised bed planting and large containers. They are beautiful landscape plants and will fit into any border or perennial bed with ease. In the fall the leaves turn a vibrant red-orange that lights up the landscape.
 12 inch H.Br. $18.00 Potted
No Picture NORTHBLUE BLUEBERRY
A large dark blue fruit. Grows to 3-4 ft.
10 inch Br. $18.00 Potted