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Cherries

Dwarf Sour Cherries

‘Carmine Jewel’ Dwarf Sour CherryOrdering closed for the season
553 Prunus kerrasis About 6-7' x same. Delicious dark purple fruits with small pits ripen in early July. Compact plant size keeps fruit within reach. Self-pollinating. Rare. Z3. read more

Nanking Cherries

Nanking CherryOrdering closed for the season
555 Prunus tomentosa 6-10' x same. Broad dense highly ornamental fruiting shrub blooms early. Excellent hedge and edible landscape plant. Plant two or more for pollination. Z2. read more

Pie Cherries

English MorelloOrdering closed for the season
340 Prunus cerasus Summer. Very dark red-black-skinned pie cherry. Dark red flesh and juice. Recommended for pies and all other cookery. Z4/5. read more
EvansOrdering closed for the season
341 Prunus cerasus Mid-Late Summer. Morello-type pie cherry excellent for eating, jams, jellies, pies, dark red juice and wine. Naturally dwarf tree. Z3/4. read more
GalaxyOrdering closed for the season
342 Prunus cerasus Late Summer. Montmorency type. Large dark red ½–¾" fruit. Naturally stocky open growth habit. Bears heavy consistent crops. Z3. read more
Garfield PlantationOrdering closed for the season
343 Prunus cerasus Summer. Heirloom pie cherry grows successfully in Aroostook County. Similar to Montmorency. Hardy, productive, long-lived, disease resistant. Z3. read more
MesabiOrdering closed for the season
344 Prunus cerasus Summer. Red skin and lighter red flesh with clear juice. Sweeter than other pie cherries. Recommended for sauce and pies. Z4. read more
MontmorencyOrdering closed for the season
345 Prunus cerasus Summer. Most famous of all pie cherries. Firm-fleshed bright red fruit makes a clear light pink juice. Z3/4. read more

Sweet Cherries

BentonOrdering closed for the season
332 Summer. Highly flavorful large firm fruit. Late flowers may miss late frosts. Worthy of trial in northern New England. Z5. read more
LapinsOrdering closed for the season
333 Prunus avium Summer. Large sweet fruit. Vigorous, productive, upright; bears consistently in central Maine. Self-pollinating, but benefits from second variety. Z4/5. read more
LeningradOrdering closed for the season
334 Prunus avium Summer. Good-quality dark red fruit. Survived –30° with minimal winterkill in central Maine. Vigorous. Requires second variety for pollination. Z4. read more
RainierOrdering closed for the season
335 Prunus avium Summer. Classic dessert cherry. Very large. Good fresh or canned. One of the hardiest sweet cherries. Requires second variety for pollination. Z5. read more
VanOrdering closed for the season
336 Prunus avium Summer. Dark Bing-type fruit. Later than other varieties. Heavy annual crops. Strong vigorous upright tree. Excellent pollinator. Z4/5. read more

Peaches

Canadian HarmonyOrdering closed for the season
349 Prunus persica Midseason. Medium-large freestone fruit. Yellow firm juicy flesh. Sweet melting flavor with slight acidity. For fresh eating, canning, and freezing. Consistently heavy bearing. Z4. read more
Lars AndersonOrdering closed for the season
350 Prunus persica Early. Large juicy sweet yellow-fleshed freestone fruit. Tastes just like a peach should taste! Z5. read more
MadisonOrdering closed for the season
351 Prunus persica Late. Medium-large fruit with fine-textured juicy flesh. Excellent sweet rich flavor. Freestone, good canner. Ripens late Sept. Very productive. Z4. read more
RedhavenOrdering closed for the season
352 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized round peach with sweet firm yellow flesh. Excellent for eating, freezing, canning, shipping. Z4. read more
RelianceOrdering closed for the season
353 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized roundish freestone peach. Bright yellow flesh, soft and juicy. Considered the hardiest peach. Z3. read more
SaturnOrdering closed for the season
354 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Also called doughnut or UFO peaches due to flat shape. White flesh, semi-freestone. Heavy yields. Bred for bud cold-hardiness. Z4/5. read more

Plums

Collections

Hybrid Plum CollectionOrdering closed for the season
383 Fedco’s choice of seven different trees, including at least two pollinators, one of which will be an American Plum Seedling. All individually labeled. Z4. read more

European Plums

Long JohnOrdering closed for the season
386 Prunus domestica Mid. Dark maroon fruit with blue waxy bloom and orange firm sweet-tart flesh. Freestone. Good fresh or dried. Heavy producer. Shows disease resistance in trials. Z4. read more
Mount RoyalOrdering closed for the season
387 Prunus domestica Late Summer. Medium-sized roundish dark purple plum. Often considered the sweetest European plum. Use fresh, dried, frozen, canned, preserves. Z3. read more
StanleyOrdering closed for the season
389 Prunus domestica Late Summer. Medium-to-large oval plum with dark blue skin. Green-yellow sweet flesh. Excellent for cooking, eating, canning and drying. Z4. read more
ValorOrdering closed for the season
390 Prunus domestica Late. Excellent all-purpose semi-freestone plum. Great fresh, dried or canned. Productive, cold hardy, disease resistant. Z4. read more

Hybrid Plums

Black IceOrdering closed for the season
359 Midsummer. Large 2" round early-ripening high-quality hardy blue-black dessert plum. Very sweet juicy reddish-purple semi-freestone flesh. Z3. read more
La CrescentOrdering closed for the season
366 Late Summer. Roundish tender thin-skinned yellow plum sometimes blushed with a little pink. Tender yellow juicy flesh. Freestone. Z3/4. read more
LavinaOrdering closed for the season
367 Mid-Late Summer. Rare! Meaty amber flesh with notes of papaya and caramel. Semi-freestone and crack resistant. Highly vigorous growth. Z4. read more
MonitorOrdering closed for the season
368 Late Summer. Medium-sized fruit with thick deep purple skin and a thin bloom. Meaty tart strong-flavored orange flesh. Clingstone. Vigorous reliable producer. Z3/4. read more
PamelaOrdering closed for the season
370 Late Summer. Medium-small high-quality sweet-fleshed American plum seedling. Totally freestone. Excellent pollinator for hybrids. Z3. read more
PembinaOrdering closed for the season
371 Early Summer. Golden-orange flesh is firm and apricot flavored. Half-freestone. One of the first hybrids to ripen in summer. Z3/4. read more
PipestoneOrdering closed for the season
372 Late Summer. Large deep red plum with a golden blush. Juicy yellow flesh, excellent sweet flavor. Skin peels easily. Clingstone. Z3. read more
Purple HeartOrdering closed for the season
373 Late Summer. Medium-sized clingstone fruit. Meaty, mild and rich with no astringency. One of the most delicious plums! Z4/5. read more
South DakotaOrdering closed for the season
374 Late Summer. Small-to-medium yellow plum with bright red blush. Medium-firm flesh is meaty, juicy, sweet. Excellent fresh-eating. Fully freestone. Z3. read more
TokaOrdering closed for the season
376 Late Summer. Medium-sized rosy-red plums are sweet, distinctive, meaty and flavorful. Somewhat freestone. Extremely vigorous tree. Z3. read more
UnderwoodOrdering closed for the season
377 Midsummer. Medium-to-large 2" dull red fruit. Firm sweet juicy golden-yellow semi-freestone flesh, very good for eating and cooking. Z3. read more
WanetaOrdering closed for the season
378 Midsummer. Large, somewhat pointed, reddish-maroon fruit. Sweet tender juicy orange flesh. Delicious. Z3. read more

Plum Seedlings

American Plum SeedlingOrdering closed for the season
358 Prunus americana Very decent red, yellow and orange 1" plums, suitable for fresh eating, canning and freezing. May be the best pollinator for hybrid plums. Z3. read more

Small Trees and Shrubs

Beach Plum

Beach PlumOrdering closed for the season
554 Prunus maritima 6' x 5-6'. Rounded dense suckering shrub found along ocean beaches. Showy white blooms in spring. Edible plums in late summer. Plant two for fruit. Z3. read more

Stone Fruits

Rootstock

Rootstock
Prunus americanaOrdering closed for the season
273 Seedling rootstock for American, Japanese or hybrid plums. Also recommended for grafting peaches. Produces very decent fruit without grafting. Z3. read more
Rootstock
Prunus avium MazzardOrdering closed for the season
274 The rootstock for grafting sweet and pie cherries. Z4/5. read more
Rootstock
Prunus cerasifera MyrobalanOrdering closed for the season
275 Seedling rootstock for European plums. Not recommended for American or hybrid plums. Z3. read more

Tree Seed

Prunus americana Rootstock SeedOrdering closed for the season
L953 Prunus Start your own rootstock from seed! Often used as a seedling rootstock for hybrid plums and peaches. Graft them or grow them out for genetically unique fruit. Z3. read more