Items related to "2170" in Fedco Trees

Conifers

Spruce

Spruce
‘Misty Blue’ Colorado Blue Spruce
479 Picea pungens ‘Glauca’ 30-60'. Very popular specimen tree with truer blue foliage than other varieties. Excellent for privacy screens. Fast growing. Z2. read more
Spruce
Norway Spruce
477 Picea abies 80'. Fast-growing wide-spreading upright picturesque tree with graceful long pendulous branches that often reach the ground. Showy cones. Z2. read more

Perennial Plants

Pasque Flower

Pasque Flower
‘Rubra’ Pasque Flower
L739 Pulsatilla vulgaris ‘Rubra’ Up to 12" tall. Bell-shaped dusky burgundy flowers with golden-yellow stamens bloom as the finely cut furry ferny foliage begins to form. Silvery seedheads. Excellent for rock gardens. Z4. read more

Shade Trees

Willows

Willow
‘Tristis’ Niobe Weeping Willow
468 Salix alba ‘Tristis’ 50x50'. The classic weeping willow, a very large majestic graceful wide-spreading tree. Z4. read more

Medicinal Perennials

Lady’s Mantle

Lady’s Mantle
L748 Alchemilla mollis 12-18" tall. Enchanting fan-creased silvery grey-green foliage. A traditional medicinal for women. Attracts beneficial insects. Z3. read more

Perennial Plants

Culver’s Root

Culver’s Root
L745 Veronicastrum virginicum 4-6' tall. Elegant towering native plant sends up large flower spikes with densely clustered tiny white blossoms. Attracts pollinators. Z3. read more

Apples

Apple
Ashmead’s Kernel
102 Winter. Medium-small fresh-eating apple of unparalleled quality. Intense, aromatic, sharp & sweet. Good keeper. Scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Apple
Cora’s Grand Greening
119 Fall. Very large blocky fruit resembles bell peppers. Probably originated on North Haven Island, ME, before 1850. Great fresh or cooked. Z4. read more
Apple
Cox’s Orange Pippin
121 Fall. Medium-sized apple. Perfectly balanced flavor, aromatic crisp juicy tender flesh. All-purpose. Tree bears young and annually. Z4. read more
Apple
Calville Blanc d’Hiver
114 Winter. Large fruit with fine-grained juicy flesh. Famous dessert and cooking apple. All-purpose. Keeps till midwinter. Z4. read more
Apple
Sheppard’s Sweet
176 Fall. Very rare! Medium-sized tender pleasant low-acid sweet fruit. Potential for hard cider. Uncertain bloom time. Z4. read more
Apple
Bethel
105 Winter. Classic all-purpose Vermont heirloom. Large dark red striped fruit. Mild subacid flavor, moderately juicy and crisp. Z3. read more
Apple
Black Gilliflower
106 Fall-Winter. Fruit quality is fair and dry. Historically used for mincemeat. Shaped like a sheep’s nose! Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple
Black Oxford
107 Winter. Medium-sized with well-balanced flavor. Excellent pies and cider. All-purpose. Best eating late Dec. to March. Great keeper. Z4. read more
Apple
Blue Pearmain
109 Fall-Winter. Medium to very large apple has a good balance of sweet and tart with hints of pear. All-purpose. Keeps until midwinter. Z4. read more
Apple
Briggs Auburn
111 Fall-Winter. Large all-purpose apple with bright well-balanced flavor. Hints of banana and blackberry. Keeps all winter. Z4. read more
Apple
Burgundy
113 Late Summer-Early Fall. High-quality cooking apple. Large glossy purplish-red fruit. Firm juicy flesh. Good for fresh cider. Stores 2 months. Z3. read more
Apple
Canadian Strawberry
115 Fall. Medium-to-large full-flavored apple. Surprisingly juicy, distinctly tart. Superb fresh-eating. Keeps about a month. Z4. read more
Apple
Chenango Strawberry
116 Late Summer. Distinctive strawberry shape! Tender, aromatic flesh. Great for cooking and eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Cortland
120 Fall-Winter. Medium-large size, fine-grained, crisp, tender, juicy. All-purpose. Annual producer of heavy crops. Bears young. Z4. read more
Apple
Duchess of Oldenburg
124 Late Summer. From Russia, well before 1800. Known in New England as one of the very best pie apples! Extremely hardy. Scab resistant. Z3. read more
Apple
Esopus Spitzenburg
126 Fall-Winter. Medium-large, slightly tart, crisp and juicy. Thomas Jefferson’s favorite. Good acid source for cider. All-purpose. Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple
Frostbite
130 Fall-Winter. The most distinctive, complex, unusually flavored apple you'll ever try! Hardy, productive, reliable. Z3. read more
Apple
GoldRush
132 Winter. Medium-to-large dessert apple is hard, very crisp, juicy, tart. Keeps till May. Highly disease-resistant. Blooms midseason to late. Z4. read more
Apple
Gravenstein
134 Late Summer. Famous pie apple. Med/large fruit makes outstanding eating and cooking. Flavorful and tart. Z4/5. read more
Apple
Grimes Golden
136 Fall. Medium-sized tart citrusy crisp dense firm fruit. Excellent for dessert and cooking. All-purpose. Good keeper. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple
Hurlbut
138 Late Fall. A very good fall dessert and cooking variety. Smallish red striped apple with dotted blush. Fine, tender, crisp, very juicy, aromatic, mildly subacid. Z7. read more
Apple
Keepsake
140 Winter. Medium-sized dessert apple is hard, crisp, juicy and sweet. One of the best keepers. Blooms late. Z3. read more
Apple
King David
142 Fall-Winter. Medium-sized intensely flavored apple is fine, juicy and tender. Keeps till January. Blooms early-midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Liberty
144 Late Summer-Fall. Medium size, crisp white flesh. All-purpose. Keeps till late fall. Scab-immune. Annual bearer, begins at early age. Z4. read more
Apple
McIntosh
147 Fall. The most important apple in the Northeast. Delicious and aromatic. All-purpose. Annual bearer. Very susceptible to scab. Z4. read more
Apple
Newtown Pippin
154 Winter. Renowned dessert, culinary and cider apple. Crisp, tender, fine-grained, juicy, sprightly, subacid. Mostly light green, sometimes a light orange-brown blush. Z5. read more
Apple
Northern Spy
157 Winter. Famous heirloom apple. Very large, juicy, tender. Makes a great single-variety pie! All-purpose. Good keeper. Scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Apple
Opalescent
159 Fall. Supremely flavorful dessert apple. Large brilliant deep red fruit. Crisp, sweet, tart and juicy. Best eaten fresh also considered a good cooking apple. Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple
Pomme Grise
160 Fall. Medium-small russet fruit with a longtime reputation as one of the very best dessert apples. Superb fresh eating. Keeps fairly well, still crunchy in January. Z3. read more
Apple
Pristine
162 Summer. Modern PRI-bred variety. Mildly tart, spicy and rich flavored. Great fresh eating quality. Disease-resistant, scab immune. Blooms mid-late season. Z4. read more
Apple
Pumpkin Russet
164 Late Fall. Medium-large with beautiful swirls of orange, red, yellow and russet. Very sweet, low-acid, good for cooking, cider, fresh eating & animal feed. Blooms late. Z4. read more
Apple
Pumpkin Sweet of Orland
165 Fall. Sweet, mellow apple with low acidity. Recommended fresh and for cider, apple molasses and cooking. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Rhode Island Greening
171 Fall-Winter. Large, crisp and tart. Classic New England cooking apple; also great fresh eating. Keeps well into winter. Z4. read more
Apple
Ribston Pippin
172 Fall-Winter. Medium-large, sharp, crisp, rich, aromatic dessert apple. Also good in cider. Great fresh eating till January. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Rolfe
173 Early Fall. Medium-sized fruit is firm, sweet, mild. Excellent fresh eating and cooking. Similar to Mac. Keeps through the fall. Blooms midseason. Z3. read more
Apple
Roxbury Russet
174 Winter. Medium-large, rich, spicy and juicy. A great late-winter dessert apple; good cooking. Stores until summer. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Apple
Rubicon
175 Winter. Also called Paw Paw. A fine all-purpose apple. Excellent for fresh eating and pies. Good keeper. Extremely hardy. Z3. read more
Apple
Stark
179 Winter. Large tart fruit good for cooking and drying. All-purpose storage variety keeps until April. Vigorous and productive. Z4. read more
Apple
Stewardship Apple
267 Be the proud keeper of a sister tree to one of many rare varieties planted at the Maine Heritage Orchard. $30 from the sale supports the project. read more
Apple
Tater House
182 Fall-Winter. From a seedling found growing on the side of a potato-house earth berm in Aroostook County, Maine. Beautiful, large, high quality fruit. Keeps well. Very hardy. Z3. read more
Apple
Trailman
184 Summer. Size and shape of an egg. Crisp, crunchy with spicy sweet flavor. Exceptional fresh-eating! Precocious, annually productive. Z2/3. read more
Apple
Wagener
186 Winter. All-purpose storage apple. Fine-grained crisp tender very juicy subacid aromatic sprightly flavorful fruit. Precocious heavy annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple
Williams Pride
192 Summer. Nice balance of tart and sweet. Crisp and juicy fresh-eating; fine cooking. Disease-resistant; scab immune. Z4. read more
Apple
Windham Russet
193 Late Fall. Distinctly bumpy rough texture. Highly flavored. Excellent dessert apple for the connoisseur. Z4. read more
Apple
Yellow Bellflower
199 Winter. Large firm crisp fine-grained juicy aromatic all-purpose apple does everything well, including keeping all winter. Blooms early-midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Yellow Transparent
200 Summer. Medium-sized tender-skinned tart apple for fresh-eating and sauce. Ripens early August. Not a keeper. Incredibly hardy. Blooms midseason. Z3. read more
Apple
Zestar
201 Late Summer. Medium-sized, highly-flavored fruit. Good balance of acid/sweet. Crisp and juicy fresh-eating. Stores up to seven weeks. Z3. read more

Cider Apples

Cider Apple
Hewe’s Virginia Crab
231 Fall. Sharp cider apple. One of few good for single varietal cider. Incredibly vigorous, productive. Hardy. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Porter’s Perfection
235 Late Fall. Small medium-bittersharp cider apple. Heavy cropper. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Medaille d’Or
234 Late Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Lots of tannin. Light yellow fruit mostly covered with tan russet. Combine with other late varieties. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Chisel Jersey
223 Late Fall. Small bittersweet cider apple. Medium acidity, highly astringent, harsh and high in tannins. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Dabinett
225 Late Fall. Medium-sized, medium-bittersweet cider apple. One of the most popular cider varieties. Not for eating fresh. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Ellis Bitter
226 Early Fall. Medium bittersweet cider apple. Sweet, crisp and juicy. Soft, astringent, tannin. Useful for its early ripening. Midseason bloomer. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Fuel Service
227 Fall. Bittersweet cider apple. John Bunker intro. Medium juicy, medium crisp and high in tannins. Not for eating fresh. Uncertain bloom time. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Gnarled Chapman
228 Fall. Large beautiful bittersweet cider apple. Not for eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Kingston Black
232 Fall. Medium-sized bittersharp cider apple. Full-bodied vintage cider with nice blend of acid, tannins and sugar. Decent fresh-eating. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Redfield
168 Fall. Medium-large red-fleshed apple. Use for sauce, pies. Very sharp and bitter in cider. Two-toned flowers, bronze-red foliage. Z3. read more
Cider Apple
Reine des Pommes
236 Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. A true spitter! Adds a powerful and unique taste to cider; best for blending. Not for eating fresh. Blooms early to midseason. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Wickson
191 Fall. Small but flavorful. Crisp, juicy, tart, tangy, spicy. Good in hard cider. Keeps until January. Bears young, heavily, annually. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Yarlington Mill
237 Fall. Medium-sized medium-bittersweet cider apple. Low-acid aromatic fruity cider. Highly recommended for commercial growers. Z3/4. read more

Books and Supplies

T-shirt

T-shirt
Crewneck T-shirts: “It’s Always OK to Be Bitter”
L667 Celebrate your favorite drink with our popular cider T-shirt, featuring John Bunker’s paintings of ten of the most famous cider apples. read more
T-shirt
Fitted T-shirts: “It’s Always OK to Be Bitter”
L668 Celebrate your favorite drink with our popular cider T-shirt, featuring John Bunker’s paintings of ten of the most famous cider apples. read more

Groundcovers

Heather

Heather
‘Firefly’
L622 Calluna vulgaris 1-2' x 1-2'. Colorful groundcover provides a rainbow tie-dye visual over the course of the season. Among our top favorites! Z4. read more
Heather
‘H.E. Beale’
L623 Calluna vulgaris 1-2' x 1-2'. Miniature urn-shaped double pink flowers August through October. Dark green foliage fades to bronze in winter. Z4. read more

Lingonberries

Lingonberry
‘Linnea’
630 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 5-9". Berries smaller than other cultivars, but heavy cropper with high vigor bears in late September or early October. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Red Sunset’
633 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 8-15". Medium-to-large firm flavorful berries. Considered one of the most vigorous cultivars. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Sussi’
636 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 4-8". Tall and spreading vigorous bush with moderate yields of medium berries that fruit on branch tips. Great pollinator for other varieties. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Erntedank’
628 Vaccinium vitis-idaea Up to 12" tall. Produces heavy yields of small- or medium-sized berries. Incredibly tough and very hardy. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Erntesegen’
629 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 12-15". High-yielding upright plant produces very large berries. Slightly acid sweet fruit. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Magenta’
631 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 12-15". Vigorous cultivar produces large purplish-red berries. Excellent rich flavor. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Red Pearl’
632 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 12-18". Very adaptable, fast-growing. Large berries. A bit lower yielding, but standard in commercial production as an excellent pollinator. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Regal’
634 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 4-8". Highly ornamental upright plant produces firm small-to-medium berries with good flavor. Vigorous. Z2. read more
Lingonberry
‘Ruby’
635 Vaccinium vitis-idaea 12". Medium-sized light red berries. Excellent flavor. Moderately vigorous with lots of spreading rhizomes. Z2. read more

Medicinal Perennials

Bee Balms

Bee Balm
‘Bradbury’s Monarda’
L760 Monarda bradburnia 2' tall. Midsummer blooms display whorls of pale pink petals speckled with dark purple spots. More compact than Monarda fistulosa. Hummingbird magnet! Z5. read more
Bee Balm
‘Panorama Reds’
L761 Monarda didyma 3-4' tall. Fabulous blooms in a diverse range of red shades destined to attract scads of butterflies and hummingbirds. Z3. read more

Pears

European Pears

European Pear
Duchesse de Berry d’Ete
293 Mid-Late Summer. Very high-quality dessert pear. Juicy, sugary, aromatic flesh. Productive vigorous grower. Z4. read more
European Pear
Kaspar’s Winter
295 Late Fall-Winter. Frankendorf, Germany. Coarse flesh, good flavor. Great storage pear. Can keep until April in the root cellar. Z4. read more
European Pear
Bartlett
285 Late Summer. Large greenish-yellow classic obtuse-pyriform pear. Adaptable to many climates and soils. Full reliable annual crops. Z4. read more
European Pear
Beurre Clairgeau
286 Mid-Late Fall. Richly flavored buttery juicy flesh. Used for cooking and canning. Precocious and productive annual bearer. Z4. read more
European Pear
Comptesse Clara Frijs
290 Summer. Medium-sized rather thick-skinned fruit with buttery aromatic juicy flesh. Nectar-like flavor. Keeps for a month. Z4. read more
European Pear
Dana Hovey
291 Winter. Small obovate-obtuse-pyriform rich golden-yellow russeted pear. Possibly the best eating of all winter pears. Keeps extremely well. Z4. read more
European Pear
McLaughlin
297 Fall. Medium-large russeted pear with sweet, rich, perfumed flesh. Extremely juicy. Highest-quality dessert pear keeps well into winter. Z4. read more
European Pear
Nova
298 Late Summer. Large yellow roundish dessert pear with melting juicy flesh. Z3. read more
European Pear
Patten
299 Late Summer. The best-quality large hardy pear available. Very good fresh eating with sweet “high flavor.” Good canning. Z3. read more
European Pear
Seckel
300 Late Summer. Small obovate yellowish-brown russeted pear with slight red blush. Often considered the best-flavored of all pears. Good fresh and cooked. Z4. read more
European Pear
Yellow Huffcap
319 Fall. Ancient English perry pear. Small oval yellow-green russeted pear under 2" in diameter. Used for alcohol production; not for fresh eating. Z4. read more

Perennial Plants

Daylilies

Daylily
‘Simmons Overture’
L708 Hemerocallis 24" tall. Giant lavender-rose flowers. Considered a “super-bloomer”—300+ blooms from established plants. Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Little Business’
L704 Hemerocallis 12–15" tall. Dusky raspberry-red flowers. Fabulous paired in bouquets with Little Grapette and Siloam June Bug. Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Little Grapette’
L705 Hemerocallis 18" tall. A small and mighty miniature grape-purple daylily. High bud count. One of our favorites for the front of the daylily border. Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Mauna Loa’
L706 Hemerocallis 22"-tall. Fiery orange blossoms glow like active volcanoes but cool to a tawny orange. Tall and fascinating. Back by popular demand! Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Siloam June Bug’
L707 Hemerocallis 23" tall. Adorable miniature golden-yellow flowers with dark red eye-zones and bright green throats. A joy in the garden! Z2. read more

Delphinium

Delphinium
New Millennium ‘Mini Stars’ Mix
L690 Delphinium 2½' tall. Dwarf delphiniums in colors that range from purple, blue, mauve, pink, lilac or cream. More tolerant to heat and humidity than many other cultivars. Z3. read more

Garden Peonies

Garden Peony
‘Command Performance’
L727 Paeonia lactiflora 30" tall. Massive fragrant fully double cardinal-red bomb-type blossoms. Color variations through the season. Midsummer blooms. Z3. read more
Garden Peony
‘Festiva Maxima’
L728 Paeonia lactiflora 3' tall. Heavenly scented large double white flowers with a light crimson drizzle upon the central petals. Flowers late spring to early summer. Z3. read more
Garden Peony
‘Sarah Bernhardt’
L729 Paeonia lactiflora 36" tall. Fragrant flowers open with narrow red lines shot onto light rose-pink. One of our favorites! Z3. read more
Garden Peony
‘The Fawn’
L730 Paeonia lactiflora 32" tall. Possibly the most posh peony you will ever set eyes on. Fragrant fully double blossoms are breathtaking. Z3. read more

Hollyhocks

Hollyhock
‘Black Knight’
L680 Alcea rosea 5-6' tall. A dusky midnight-purple beauty with a tiny yellow eye. A true perennial Alcea. Z3. read more
Hollyhock
‘Las Vegas’ Singles Mix
L679 A. ficifolia 5-6' tall. Fig-leaved hollyhock with single flowers range from chestnut-brown to red, pink to white, and yellow to copper. Z3. read more
Hollyhock
‘Halo Cerise’
L681 Alcea rosea 5-6' tall. Classic towering spires bloom June to October. Large single cerise-pink flowers with deep purple center halos. Z3. read more

Phlox

Phlox
‘Goliath’
L735 Phlox amplifolia 26-30" tall. Giant spreading clusters of fragrant lilac-purple flowers with starry white spokes and dark eyes. Long-blooming in mid to late summer. Z3. read more
Phlox
‘Hercules’
L736 Phlox amplifolia 26-30" tall. Giant fragrant light pink flowers with subtle starry white spokes and darker eyes. Z3. read more
Phlox
‘Red Riding Hood’
L737 Phlox paniculata 18-24" tall. A compact variety with large fragrant cherry-red flowers. Z3. read more

Poppies

Poppy
‘Little Patty’s Plum’
L731 Papaver orientale 20" tall. Dusky damson-plum-colored shimmering crepe-paper blossoms. Seedpods are good in arrangements. Z3. read more
Poppy
‘Turkenlouis’
L732 Papaver orientale 24-36" tall. A fiery sunburst of shimmering crepe-paper orangey-red fringed and ruffled blossoms. Seedpods are good in arrangements. Z3. read more

Yarrows

Yarrow
‘Oertel’s Rose’
L675 Achillea millefolium 12–15" tall. Deep rose-pink flower clusters. Well-behaved, not messy or floppy like some taller yarrow varieties. Z3. read more
Yarrow
‘Summer Pastels’
L676 Achillea millefolium 24" tall. Colors include soft shades of pink, red, white, yellow, salmon, orange, mauve and lavender. Z3. read more
Yarrow
‘Terra Cotta’
L677 Achillea millefolium 18–36" tall. Flowerheads start out dusky peachy-apricot with yellow undertones and mature to a stunning coppery-bronze. One of our favorites! Z3. read more

Scionwood

Apple Scionwood

Apple Scionwood
Ashmead’s Kernel
L805 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-small fresh-eating apple of unparalleled quality. Intense, aromatic, sharp & sweet. Good keeper. Scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Cole’s Quince
L824 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Large bright yellow apple often with a brownish blush. Excellent midsummer cooking apple. Blooms early. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Cora’s Grand Greening
L825 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Very large blocky fruit resembles bell peppers. Probably originated on North Haven Island, ME, before 1850. Great fresh or cooked. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Cox’s Orange Pippin
L827 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized apple. Perfectly balanced flavor, aromatic crisp juicy tender flesh. All-purpose. Tree bears young and annually. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Hewe’s Virginia Crab
L850 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Sharp cider apple. One of few good for single varietal cider. Incredibly vigorous, productive. Hardy. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Porter’s Perfection
L883 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall. Small medium-bittersharp cider apple. Heavy cropper. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
St. Edmund’s Russet
L894 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. High-quality flavorful dessert apple is light yellowish-tan. Crisp fine-textured creamy-white-yellowish juicy aromatic flesh has pear-like flavor. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Tydeman’s Red
L903 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Early season sauce and fresh eating. Resembles a Mac. Firm and pleasant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Calville Blanc d’Hiver
L816 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Large fruit with fine-grained juicy flesh. Famous dessert and cooking apple. All-purpose. Keeps till midwinter. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Drap d’Or
L831 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Crisp juicy flesh. All purpose fruit good for fresh eating, cooking and winter storage. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Medaille d’Or
L867 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Lots of tannin. Light yellow fruit mostly covered with tan russet. Combine with other late varieties. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
American Summer Pearmain
L801 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Old American variety. Tender aromatic flesh melts in your mouth. Great for drying! Ripens over 4 weeks. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Beacon
L807 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. All-purpose. Sprightly slightly tart odd taste of malted chocolate, essence of almond, effervescent fruitiness. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Black Oxford
L809 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-sized with well-balanced flavor. Excellent pies and cider. All-purpose. Best eating late Dec. to March. Great keeper. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Blue Pearmain
L811 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium to very large apple has a good balance of sweet and tart with hints of pear. All-purpose. Keeps until midwinter. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Brandywine
L812 This is a twig for grafting. Ornamental flowering crabapple with beautiful blossoms and bitter yellow fruit. Very high in tannin. Great for cidermakers! Blooms late. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Burgundy
L815 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Very hardy high-quality cooking apple. Large and glossy purplish-red roundish fruit. Firm juicy flesh. Good for fresh cider. Stores 2 months. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Canadian Strawberry
L817 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-to-large full-flavored apple. Surprisingly juicy, distinctly tart. Superb fresh-eating. Keeps about a month. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Cap of Liberty
L818 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Vintage English bittersharp cider apple. High in tannins and malic acid. Not for eating fresh. Blooms late. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Centennial
L819 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Small fresh-eating crab about the size of a small plum. Tender crisp juicy flesh. Not sweet. Good in sauce. Highly scab resistant. Z2. read more
Apple Scionwood
Chenango Strawberry
L821 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Distinctive strawberry shape! Tender, aromatic flesh. Great for cooking and eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Cortland
L826 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-large size, fine-grained, crisp, tender, juicy. All-purpose. Annual producer of heavy crops. Bears young. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Dabinett
L829 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall. Medium-sized, medium-bittersweet cider apple. One of the most popular cider varieties. Not for eating fresh. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Duchess of Oldenburg
L832 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. From Russia, well before 1800. Known in New England as one of the very best pie apples! Extremely hardy. Scab resistant. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Esopus Spitzenburg
L835 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-large, slightly tart, crisp and juicy. Thomas Jefferson’s favorite. Good acid source for cider. All-purpose. Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Fameuse
L837 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Also called Snow. Ruby-red fruit with tender white flesh. Excellent fresh eating, sauce and fresh cider. Keeps until late December. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Frostbite
L838 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. The most distinctive, complex, unusually flavored apple you'll ever try! Hardy, productive, reliable. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Gala
L839 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. One of the most famous of all modern dessert varieties. Sweet, crisp, juicy and low acid. Blooms midseason. Z5. read more
Apple Scionwood
Garden Sweet
L840 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Picture-perfect conical rosy-red sweet apple. Once grown widely in Maine. Medium-sized rounded tree. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Gnarled Chapman
L841 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Large beautiful bittersweet cider apple. Not for eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
GoldRush
L843 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-to-large dessert apple is hard, very crisp, juicy, tart. Keeps till May. Highly disease-resistant. Blooms midseason to late. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Gravenstein
L844 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Famous pie apple. Med/large fruit makes outstanding eating and cooking. Flavorful and tart. Z4/5. read more
Apple Scionwood
Grimes Golden
L846 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized tart citrusy crisp dense firm fruit. Excellent for dessert and cooking. All-purpose. Good keeper. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Jonathan
L853 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. A very high-quality all-purpose apple. Medium-sized red fruit is firm, juicy, crisp, tender, aromatic and mildly tart. Stores all winter. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Kavanagh
L854 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Large, distinctive “cathead” shape. Mild, moderately crisp, moderately tart and subtle. All-purpose; excellent for cooking, especially sauce. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Keepsake
L855 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-sized dessert apple is hard, crisp, juicy and sweet. One of the best keepers. Blooms late. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
King David
L857 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-sized intensely flavored apple is fine, juicy and tender. Keeps till January. Blooms early-midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Kingston Black
L859 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized bittersharp cider apple. Full-bodied vintage cider with nice blend of acid, tannins and sugar. Decent fresh-eating. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Kola
L860 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Highly unusual apple and tree. Flavor reminiscent of wet wool, grapefruit pith, bourbon, caramel and hair salon. Not bitter, but sharp and astringent. Sauce and cider. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Krameri Tuvioun
L861 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Recently imported to Maine from Estonia. Medium-sized light yellow fruit with mottled pinkish-red blush. Juicy and fine textured. Disease resistant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Liberty
L862 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer-Fall. Medium size, crisp white flesh. All-purpose. Keeps till late fall. Scab-immune. Annual bearer, begins at early age. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Maiden Blush
L864 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer-Early Fall. Large crisp juicy subacid apple. Classic New England all-purpose variety, especially good cooking. Blooms mid-late season. Z5. read more
Apple Scionwood
Martha Crab
L865 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Large-fruited crab for fresh eating, jellies, jams and other cooking. Beautiful bright rosy-red striped fruit. Yellowish flesh, crisp, juicy and delicious. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
McIntosh
L866 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. The most important apple in the Northeast. Delicious and aromatic. All-purpose. Annual bearer. Very susceptible to scab. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Melrose
L868 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Exceptionally flavored juicy tart dessert apple! Vigorous large productive trees bear young & annually. Blooms mid-late season. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Milo Gibson
L870 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Intensely flavorful dessert variety. Delicious licorice taste with hints of banana. Keeps till the New Year. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Munson Sweet
L871 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall-Winter. Medium-large fine-textured, juicy, sweet fruit. Very little acidity. Good for cooking and cider. Blooms late. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Nehou
L873 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Best for blending with other early fall ripeners. Yellow fruit with a pinkish blush. Soft, juicy, low-acid, sweet and astringent. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Nodhead
L875 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Excellent tart eating right off the tree in October and remaining excellent well into winter. Tender and juicy. Heavy blue bloom, like Blue Pearmain. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Northern Spy
L876 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Famous heirloom apple. Very large, juicy, tender. Makes a great single-variety pie! All-purpose. Good keeper. Scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Opalescent
L877 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Supremely flavorful dessert apple. Large brilliant deep red fruit. Crisp, sweet, tart and juicy. Best eaten fresh also considered a good cooking apple. Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Oriole
L878 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Surprisingly crisp for an early summer apple! Good fresh eating and cooking. Extremely hardy. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Pipsqueak
L881 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. An offspring of Frostbite (MN 447). This russeted dessert apple is small, but packs a lot flavor. We eat them raw or baked whole rolled in cinnamon and sugar. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Pomme Grise
L882 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-small russet fruit with a longtime reputation as one of the very best dessert apples. Superb fresh eating. Keeps fairly well, still crunchy in January. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Red Blaze
L885 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-large mild dessert fruit. Juicy, melting, sweet. Red coloration visible near calyx when cut: the blaze! Prolific, annually bearing. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Red St. Lawrence
L886 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Red mutation of St. Lawrence. Medium-large all-purpose variety great for dessert, sauce and pies. Tender sweet mildly tart flesh, tinted with red. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Redfield
L887 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-large red-fleshed apple. Use for sauce, pies. Very sharp and bitter in cider. Two-toned flowers, bronze-red foliage. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Rhode Island Greening
L888 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Large, crisp and tart. Classic New England cooking apple; also great fresh eating. Keeps well into winter. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Ribston Pippin
L889 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-large, sharp, crisp, rich, aromatic dessert apple. Also good in cider. Great fresh eating till January. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Roxbury Russet
L891 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-large, rich, spicy and juicy. A great late-winter dessert apple; good cooking. Stores until summer. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Screen Shot
L892 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Horribly bitter fruit guaranteed to jazz up even the dullest cider. One apple has enough phytonutrients to keep the doctors away for months. Probably Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Starkey
L896 This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-sized juicy tender crisp lively lively dessert apple. Exceptionally delicious. Blooms early midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
State Fair
L897 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. One of the best-flavored early apples for northern growers. Crisp, tender, juicy subacid. Glossy red round fruit. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Trailman
L902 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Size and shape of an egg. Crisp, crunchy with spicy sweet flavor. Exceptional fresh-eating. Precocious, annually productive. Z2/3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Vista Bella
L904 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Ripens as early as July! Refreshing, juicy, tart fresh eating. Not a keeper. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Whitney Crab
L907 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. A crab suitable for the kitchen and lunch box! Excellent pickling and fresh eating. Intense and incredibly sweet. Vigorous, heavy bearing. Z3. read more
Apple Scionwood
Wickson
L908 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Small but flavorful. Crisp, juicy, tart, tangy, spicy. Good in hard cider. Keeps until January. Bears young, heavily, annually. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Williams Pride
L909 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Nice balance of tart and sweet. Crisp and juicy fresh-eating; fine cooking. Disease-resistant; scab immune. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Windham Russet
L910 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall. Distinctly bumpy rough texture. Highly flavored. Excellent dessert apple for the connoisseur. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Winn Russet
L912 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Medium-large russet is great for fresh eating and cider. Keeps till May. Rare. Z3/4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Yarlington Mill
L915 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized medium-bittersweet cider apple. Low-acid aromatic fruity cider. Highly recommended for commercial growers. Z3/4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Yellow Bellflower
L916 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Large firm crisp fine-grained juicy aromatic all-purpose apple does everything well, including keeping all winter. Blooms early-midseason. Z4. read more
Apple Scionwood
Yellow Transparent
L917 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Medium-sized tender-skinned tart apple for fresh-eating and sauce. Ripens early August. Not a keeper. Incredibly hardy. Blooms midseason. Z3. read more

Pear Scionwood

Pear Scionwood
Duchesse de Berry d’Ete
L924 This is a twig for grafting. Mid-Late Summer. Very high-quality dessert pear. Juicy, sugary, aromatic flesh. Productive vigorous grower. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Kaspar’s Winter
L926 This is a twig for grafting. Late Fall-Winter. Frankendorf, Germany. Coarse flesh, good flavor. Great storage pear. Can keep until April in the root cellar. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Louise Bonne d’Avranches
L927 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized fruit with blemish-free skin. Buttery juicy flesh with some grain & grit. Vigorous, productive, upright trees hardy & long lived. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Bartlett
L919 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Large greenish-yellow classic obtuse-pyriform pear. Adaptable to many climates and soils. Full reliable annual crops. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Beurre Clairgeau
L920 This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Richly flavored buttery juicy flesh. Used for cooking and canning. Precocious and productive annual bearer. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Comptesse Clara Frijs
L922 This is a twig for grafting. Summer. Medium-sized rather thick-skinned fruit with buttery aromatic juicy flesh. Nectar-like flavor. Keeps for a month. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Dana Hovey
L923 This is a twig for grafting. Winter. Small obovate-obtuse-pyriform rich golden-yellow russeted pear. Possibly the best eating of all winter pears. Keeps extremely well. Z4. read more
Pear Scionwood
Gorham
L925 This is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Excellent quality dessert pear. Smooth, dense, juicy, sweet. Vigorous productive tree. Hardy! Z3. read more
Pear Scionwood
Nova
L929 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Large yellow roundish dessert pear with melting juicy flesh. Z3. read more
Pear Scionwood
Patten
L930 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. The best-quality large hardy pear available. Very good fresh eating with sweet “high flavor.” Good canning. Z3. read more
Pear Scionwood
Stacyville
L931 This is a twig for grafting. Late Summer. Delicious citrusy aftertaste. Good fresh and cooked. Precocious, productive, vigorous. Disease resistant. Rare. Z3. read more

Shade Trees

Elm

Elm
‘Princeton’ American Elm
470 Ulmus americana 60x70'. Large graceful shade tree with high resistance to disease. Immense vase-shaped canopy. Z4. read more

Small Trees and Shrubs

Elderberries

Elderberry
‘Adams No. 1’
582 Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Large elderberries and fruit clusters make for easy and fast picking. Very large vigorous strong productive bush. Z3. read more
Elderberry
‘Goodbarn’
584 Sambucus canadensis 5-10' x same. Blooms heavily and produces large elderberry crops annually. Hardy, vigorous with apparent self-fertility. Z3. read more
Elderberry
‘Johns’
585 Sambucus canadensis Up to 10' tall. Very vigorous. We observed one particular specimen grow five feet in one summer! Z3. read more
Elderberry
‘Nova’
587 Sambucus canadensis 6-8' x same. Large sweet berries are good for wine, pie and jelly. Matures early and uniformly. Z3. read more
Elderberry
‘York’
590 Sambucus canadensis 4-10' x same. An old reliable elderberry, considered by some to be the largest-fruited and heaviest-bearing cultivar. Rounded shrub. Z3. read more
Elderberry
‘Bob Gordon’
583 Sambucus canadensis 6-8' x same. Large clusters of large dark berries. High Brix level; great for winemaking. Upright, slightly spreading habit. Z4. read more
Elderberry
‘Korsor’
592 Sambucus nigra 6-8' x 2-5'. Bred for heavy fruit clusters and excellent juicing quality. High in immune-boosting anthocyanins. Upright habit, vigorous. Z4/5. read more
Elderberry
‘Samyl’
594 Sambucus nigra 5-8' x 2-5'. Selected for juice production based on very high anthocyanin content and sweet flavor. Strong upright shoots. Z4/5. read more
Elderberry
‘Wyldewood’
589 Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Vigorous consistently high-yielding elderberry cultivar. Competitive with Adams and ripens a little bit later. Z3. read more

Forsythia

Forsythia
‘Northern Gold’ Forsythia
511 Forsythia 6-8' x 5-7'. One of the earliest cultivars to flower in spring. Outstanding golden-yellow flowers. Upright form. Hardy and dependable. Z3. read more

Hydrangea

Hydrangea
‘White Diamonds’ Hydrangea
514 Hydrangea paniculata 4-6' x 5-6'. Flowers July through October. Somewhat compact. Sought after for fresh and dried arrangements. Attracts butterflies. Z3. read more

Juneberry

Juneberry
‘Regent’ Juneberry
485 Amelanchier alnifolia 4-6' x same. Compact shrub with sweet purple-magenta berries. Z2. read more

Lilacs

Lilac
‘Sensation’
603 Syringa vulgaris 10' x same. Very fragrant large single reddish-purple blooms, with each petal edged in pure white. Unique and beautiful! Upright rounded open form. Z3. read more
Lilac
‘Wedgwood Blue’
604 Syringa vulgaris 6x8'. Wisteria-like racemes of blue blossoms. Named for the blue color in English pottery. Showy and fragrant. Upright form. Z3. read more
Lilac
‘Charles Joly’
600 Syringa vulgaris 10x10'. Highly fragrant dark reddish-magenta double flowers. One of the best of all red lilacs! Narrow upright habit. Z3. read more
Lilac
‘Miss Kim’
599 Syringa patula 8x8'. Heavily scented and extremely prolific. Ice-blue lavender blooms appear after vulgaris types have gone by. Red-purple buds. Z3. read more
Lilac
‘Mme Lemoine’
602 Syringa vulgaris 12x12'. Very fragrant large pure white double flowers in thick clusters. Slightly open wide-growing shrub. Beautiful accent for pinks and purples. Z3. read more
Lilac
Common Purple
601 Syringa vulgaris 12-15' x same. A mass of medium-light purple blooms. A magnificent New England sight for nearly 400 years. The best lilac for a spreading hedge. Z2. read more

Mockorange

Mockorange
‘Blizzard’ Mockorange
550 Philadelphus lewisii 4-5' x 3-4' Medium-sized loosely arching ornamental blooming shrub. A “blizzard” of sweet citrusy fragrance from white blossoms in late spring. Z3. read more

Mulberries

Mulberry
‘Illinois Everbearing’ Mulberry
547 Morus alba x M. rubra 30x20'. One of the most renowned mulberry varieties. Self-fruitful grafted cultivar, so only one plant required for fruit. Z4/5. read more

Ninebark

Ninebark
‘Center Glow’ Ninebark
552 Physocarpus opulifolius 8-10' x same. An eye-catching pollinator plant with multicolored foliage. Leaves turn burgundy as they mature. Upright rounded habit. Native to eastern U.S. Z3. read more

Quince

Quince
‘Aromatnaya’
506 Cydonia oblonga Hardy Russian quince bred for disease resistance. For jellies and cider, stews and marmalades. Citrusy, fragrant with an orangey-pink hue. Z4/5. read more
Quince
‘Smyrna’
507 Cydonia oblonga Oblong furrowed pear-shaped fruit with golden-yellow skin and mild light yellow flesh. Pink flowers. Good keeper. Ripens late summer to early fall. Z4/5. read more

Roses

Rose
‘Harison’s Yellow’
567 Rosa pimpinellifolia 6'. Classic deep yellow rose. Licorice-scented double flowers. Z4. read more
Rose
‘Mme Plantier’
561 Rosa alba 5-6' x same. Classic alba variety with clusters of white fragrant highly double 2–3" blossoms, sometimes with more than 200 petals per flower! Z4. read more
Rose
‘Cardinal de Richelieu’
565 Rosa gallica 2-3' x 3-4'. Highly fragrant dark purple-burgundy double 3" blooms in midsummer. Can be dried whole. Rugged and easy to grow. Z3/4. read more
Rose
‘Dart’s Dash’
569 Rosa rugosa 4-5' x same. R. rugosa hybrid. Semi-double very large 3-4" magenta flowers with lemony scent. Blooms all summer and into fall. Large orange-red edible hips. Z2. read more
Rose
‘Plena’ Cinnamon Rose
562 Rosa cinnamomea 4-6' x same. Ruffled pink blossoms with a mildly spicy sweet fragrance. Vigorously suckering, low growing. Highly adaptable. Rare. Z4. read more
Rose
‘Tuscany’
566 Rosa gallica 3-4' x same. In cultivation since the 14th c. Fragrant deep crimson double flowers. Strikingly dark and aromatic. Z4. read more
Rose
Chinook Sunrise
559 Rosa 4-6' x same. Exquisitely multicolored! Apricot buds open to coral-pink blossoms that lighten to create a kaleidoscope of shades. Low maintenance. Z3. read more
Rose
Queen of Denmark
560 Rosa 4-5' x same. One of the oldest and most beautiful of the antique shrub roses. Highly fragrant medium-pink very double quartered blossoms. Z3. read more

Summersweet

Summersweet
‘Ruby Spice’ Summersweet
496 Clethra alnifolia 4-5' x same. Red buds and beautiful spires of heavenly scented deep-pink flowers appear for 6 weeks in midsummer. Erect oval habit. Native. Z3. read more

Willows

Willow
Black Pussy Willow
577 Salix gracilistyla ‘Melanostachys’ 6-10' x same. Very attractive fast-growing plant with deep purple-black male catkins in early spring. Stems turn rich purple-black in winter. Z4. read more
Willow
Coral Bark Willow
576 Salix alba ‘Britzenzis’ 15-30' x 12-15'. Fast-growing shrubby willow with highly ornamental “coral” red bark. Especially beautiful in the winter landscape. Z2. read more
Willow
Mt. Aso Japanese Pink Pussy Willow
578 Salix gracilistyla 6x6'. Pink buds, cheery rosy pink catkins make a stunning early spring display of color. Excellent in cut flower arrangements. Z4. read more

Winterberry

Winterberry
‘Jim Dandy’
516 Ilex verticillata 3-6' x 4-5'. Male selection to pollinate Afterglow. One male will pollinate several females. Z4. read more
Winterberry
‘Afterglow’
515 Ilex verticillata 3-6' x 3-5'. Female. Early bloomer with large orange-red fruit. Compact form. Requires Jim Dandy for pollination. Z4. read more

Tender Summer Bulbs

Crocosmia

Crocosmia
‘Lucifer’
L767 Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 24-36" tall. Midsummer sprays of bright red flowers open from bottom to top on long arching bronze stems. Grows well in pots. Makes a long-lasting cutflower. read more

Vines

Hops

Hops
‘Cascade’
L443 Humulus lupulus Fragrantly aromatic hops, low bittering value. Very productive with large cones, ready to harvest mid-late August in central Maine. Z3. read more
Hops
‘Magnum’
L444 Humulus lupulus Very high bittering hops with good storability. Strong bitter flavor with subtle hints of spice and citrus. Used in IPAs, pale ales, stouts and lagers. Z3. read more
Hops
‘Willamette’
L445 Humulus lupulus Excellent all-purpose hop. Spicy aroma. Low bittering. Good finishing hop for brewing English ales and stouts. Vigorous. Good disease resistance. Z3. read more

Kiwis

Kiwi
‘Anna’ Female
437 Actinidia arguta Female. Also called Ananasnaya. Pineapple-like taste. Tangy and sweet. Heavy yields are late to ripen. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more
Kiwi
‘Geneva 3’ Female
438 Actinidia arguta Female. Medium-sized bright green fruits with excellent flavor. Very productive and reliably hardy. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more
Kiwi
‘Meader’ Male
439 Actinidia arguta Fruitless male kiwi suitable for pollinating arguta females Anna and Geneva 3. Will not pollinate kolomiktas. Z4. read more

Cherries

Cornelian Cherries

Cornelian Cherry
‘Elegant’
501 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. Selected for good fresh-eating flavor. 1¼" fruit has slender elongated shape. Begins ripening late August in Maine. Z4/5. read more
Cornelian Cherry
‘Pioneer’
502 Cornus mas 20-25' x 15-20'. More tart than Elegant but better for processing. 1½" long fruit with pronounced fat pear shape. Firm flesh is easy to pit. Z4/5. read more

Dwarf Sour Cherries

Dwarf Sour Cherry
‘Carmine Jewel’ Dwarf Sour Cherry
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

Garden Roots

Asparagus

Asparagus
‘Jersey Supreme’
L641 Asparagus officinalis Early all-male hybrid. Produces high yields of large-diameter tender spears in spring. Z4. read more
Asparagus
‘Purple Passion’
L642 Asparagus officinalis Early. Very large deep purple stalk with a creamy white interior. Z4. read more

Horseradish

Horseradish
‘Big Top’ Horseradish
L640 Armoracia rusticana Exceptionally vigorous perennial with large dock-like leaves and spicy hot roots for culinary and medicinal use. Z3. read more

Grapes

Grape
L’Acadie Blanc
430 Early. Loose clusters of golden-green grapes suited for single varietal and blended wines. Fruity, crisp, mineral, hints of apple and pear. Z4/5. read more
Grape
King of the North
429 Mid. Very hardy dark-skinned table and wine grape. Produces light red sweet tasty juice. Z3. read more
Grape
Marquette
431 Mid-Late. Small-medium dark grapes in small to medium-sized clusters. The best variety this side of the Atlantic for a Pinot-Noir-style red wine. Z3. read more
Grape
Reliance Seedless
432 Very Early. Large loose clusters of tender sweet pinkish-red grapes with a strawberry-like flavor. Good for fresh eating or juice. Stores well. Z4/5. read more

Groundcovers

Cranberries

Cranberry
‘Stevens’ American Cranberry
626 Vaccinium macrocarpon 4-10". The cranberry of holiday sauces, bread and jelly. Dense low lustrous evergreen groundcover loaded with large red berries in fall. Z2. read more

Medicinal Perennials

Lavenders

Lavender
‘Munstead’
L757 Lavandula angustifolia 16-18" tall. Considered the hardiest lavender. Sweet-scented flower spikes with light lavender flowers. Z4. read more

Mushrooms

Mushroom
Lion’s Mane
L656 Hericium erinaceus Ships on our regular schedule, between March 30 and April 15. White clusters of icicle-like teeth, often found on beech and birch. read more

Perennial Plants

Catmint

Catmint
‘Walker’s Low’ Catmint
L722 Nepeta x faassenii 2-3' tall, despite its name. Aromatic grey-green foliage with long arching stems topped by lavender-blue flowers. Attracts pollinators. Z3. read more

Comfrey

Comfrey
‘Bocking 14’ Russian Comfrey
L744 Symphytum x uplandicum 24–48" tall. Great companion plant for orchards. Excellent addition to the compost pile. Rich in silica, nitrogen, magnesium, calcium, potassium and iron. Z3. read more

Flowering Onion

Flowering Onion
‘Millennium’ Flowering Onion
L682 Allium 15–20" tall. Cute round rosy-purple flowers on sturdy stems. Make great cutflowers or dried arrangements. Onion scent only when crushed! Z4. read more

Foxglove

Foxglove
‘Dalmation Crème’
L693 Digitalis purpurea 16–20" tall. Dreamy creamy butter-yellow flowers with maroon-spotted throats. Flowers June through August. Good for cutting or the naturalized border. Z3. read more
Foxglove
‘Dalmation Peach’ Foxglove
L694 Digitalis purpurea 2–3' tall. Elegant peachy-yellow blossoms with orange speckled throats. This soft and subtle beauty flowers the first year. Z3. read more
Foxglove
‘Sugar Plum’
L695 Digitalis purpurea 30–36" tall. Pendulous pink flowers with dark purple-speckled throats. Flowers June through August. Good for cutting or the naturalized border. Z3. read more

Geranium

Geranium
‘Ballerina’
L700 Geranium cinereum 6–12" tall. Lush groundcover with elegant dainty pink flowers. Attracts beneficial insects. Not the “geranium” you’re thinking of! Native. Z4. read more
Geranium
‘Orion’
L702 Geranium pratense 20–24" tall. Lush groundcover with sapphire-blue flowers. Attracts beneficial insects. Not the “geranium” you’re thinking of! Native. Z4. read more

Hostas

Hosta
‘Lakeside Paisley Print’
L709 Hosta 12" tall and 30" wide. Dramatic design and texture make this hosta a must-have! Unique heart-shaped leaves with wide wavy green margins. Z3. read more
Hosta
‘Velvet Moon’
L710 Hosta 24" tall and 36" wide. Bright golden-yellow leaves with striking dark green centers. Grows well in both shade and full sun! Z3. read more

Itoh Peonies

Itoh Peony
‘Bartzella’
L724 Paeonia 30-36" tall. Fragrant semi-double lemon-yellow flowers with red flames at the center. Blossoms can display as fully double on occasion. Z3. read more
Itoh Peony
‘Julia Rose’
L725 Paeonia 30-36" tall. Cherry-red buds open to 8" fragrant semi-double orange-apricot-pink flowers with subtle purple edging. Blossoms eventually fade to yellow. Z3. read more
Itoh Peony
‘Scrumdiddleyumptious’
L726 Paeonia 30-36" tall. Semi-double light cream blooms with blush-pink edges. Z3. read more

Lilies

Lily
‘Citronelle’ Tiger Lily
L720 Lilium tigrinum 2-5' tall. Scads of luminous lemon-yellow flowers with recurved petals flecked with dark purple dots and rusty-red anthers. Z2. read more

Lungwort

Lungwort
‘Mrs. Moon’ Lungwort
L738 Pulmonaria 9-12" tall and eventually up to 2' wide. Periwinkle-blue buds open to pink flowers in spring. Large slate-green leaves with silver-white splotches. Woodland plant. Z3. read more

Shasta Daisy

Shasta Daisy
‘Crazy Daisy’
L716 Leucanthemum x superbum 24" tall. Double flowers with snow-white petals. Blooms mid-July to fall. Excellent for cutflowers. Z4. read more

Siberian Irises

Siberian Iris
‘Contrast in Styles’
L712 Iris sibirica 28–34" tall. Eye-catching with deep wine-purple standards and falls, and lighter blue-purple styles. Z3. read more
Siberian Iris
‘Ruffled Velvet’
L713 Iris sibirica 24–30" tall. Exquisite velvety blossoms with unusual finely cut reddish-purple standards above plum-purple flared falls with a black-and-gold blaze. Z3. read more
Siberian Iris
‘Sunfisher’
L714 Iris sibirica 28" tall. Lemony yellow standards and deeper sunshine-yellow falls. Z3. read more

Small Trees and Shrubs

Chokeberries

Chokeberry
‘Brilliantissima’
487 Aronia arbutifolia 6-8' x 3-4'. Upright multi-stemmed form with dense clusters of small white flowers. Abundant persistent bright red fruit. Brilliant fall foliage. Z3/4. read more
Chokeberry
‘Viking Black’ Chokeberry
490 Aronia melanocarpa 4-6' x same. Upright vigorous high-yielding shrub produces large dark tasty berries. Z3/4. read more

Dogwoods

Dogwood
‘Bud’s Yellow’ Dogwood
497 Cornus alba 6-8' x 5-6'. Luminescent yellow stems are brightest in winter. Great for winter arrangements. Adaptable to wide range of soil conditions. Z3. read more
Dogwood
Kousa Dogwood
500 Cornus kousa var. chinensis 20-30' x same. Horizontally spreading small tree. Layers of blossoms last up to 6 weeks in early summer. Edible fruit. Colorful fall foliage. Z4. read more
Dogwood
Silky Dogwood
499 Cornus amomum 8-12' x same. Large rounded rangy shrub wonderful en masse for windbreaks, erosion control, wildlife habitat. Creamy white cymes in late spring; blue berries midsummer. Z4. read more

Medlar

Medlar
‘Breda Giant’ Medlar
546 Mespilus germanica 12-20' x same. Cinnamon-flavored pear-like 2" fruit; a culinary delight. Ripen for several weeks after picking. Great roasted and makes good jelly and paste. Z4/5. read more

Vines

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle
‘Dropmore Scarlet’ Honeysuckle
447 Lonicera x brownii 10-20'. Tall climbing native honeysuckle. Non-invasive! Attracts pollinators, especially hummingbirds. Z3. read more

Blueberries

Highbush Blueberries

Highbush Blueberry
Duke
408 Vaccinium corymbosum Early. 4-6'. Medium-large light blue firm fruit with excellent sweet flavor. Flavor holds up well in the freezer. Vigorous upright high-yielding bush. Z4. read more

Books and Supplies

Books

Book
Apples and the Art of Detection
L669 By John Bunker, 2019. 407 pages, softcover. Part travelogue, part mystery and part how-to manual, framed as a Sherlock Holmes detective story. read more
Book
The Apples of New York
L670 By Spencer Ambrose Beach, 1905. 2-volume set, 764 pages, hardcover. Encyclopedia of apples grown in the US before 1900. Essential for apple enthusiasts. read more

Cane Fruit

Summer-bearing Raspberries

Summer-bearing Raspberry
Brandywine Purple
397 Mid. Red and black raspberry cross with deep purple color and excellent flavor. Large berries are highly aromatic, fairly tart and perfect for jam. Z4. read more
Summer-bearing Raspberry
Prelude
400 Early. Very large red high-quality fruit is tasty and mild. Ripens very early, then produces a second small crop in the fall. Vigorous winter-hardy canes. Z4. read more

Cherries

Pie Cherries

Pie Cherry
Garfield Plantation
343 Prunus cerasus Summer. Heirloom pie cherry grows successfully in Aroostook County. Similar to Montmorency. Hardy, productive, long-lived, disease resistant. Z3. read more

Sweet Cherries

Sweet Cherry
Benton
332 Summer. Highly flavorful large firm fruit. Late flowers may miss late frosts. Worthy of trial in northern New England. Z5. read more

Conifers

Cedar

Cedar
Eastern White Cedar
481 Thuja occidentalis 20-60'. Narrow and tall with twiggy branches, soft fibrous orange-brown bark, and distinct flat foliage. Good for screens and hedges. Z2. read more

Pine

Pine
Eastern White Pine
480 Pinus strobus 100'+. Magnificent and massive when mature. Smooth bark becomes rough, deeply furrowed with age. Makes a beautiful hedge. Shade tolerant. Z3. read more

Garden Roots

Rhubarb

Rhubarb
Rhubarb Seedlings
L643 Rheum rhabarbarum Heirloom variety, considered the most important rhubarb variety of the 19th century. Unique seedlings; will show some variation. Z2. read more

Groundcovers

Wintergreen

Wintergreen
L625 Gaultheria procumbens 6-10". Aromatic evergreen native groundcover. Glossy dark green leaves. Bell-shaped white flowers in June. Vivid red berries. Self-pollinating. Z3. read more

Medicinal Perennials

Echinacea

Echinacea
Purple Coneflower
L754 Echinacea purpurea 3-5' tall. Spiny seedheads are a beautiful coppery yellow-brown, surrounded by a single row of reflexed lavender-purple petals. Tinctured roots boost the immune system. Z3. read more

Licorice

Licorice
L756 Glycyrrhiza glabra 3-4' tall. Sweet and soothing roots beneficial for revitalizing adrenal glands and good for colds and bronchitis. Leguminous plant fixes nitrogen in the soil. Z4. read more

Marshmallow

Marshmallow
L749 Althaea officinalis 5-8' tall. Beautiful towering medicinal plant. Leaves, flowers and mucilagenous roots are used to soothe mucous membranes. Z4. read more

Nut Trees

Hazelnut

Hazelnut
American Hazelnut Seedling
453 Corylus americana 12-18' x 10-15'. Multi-stemmed native shrub with sweet nuts. Showy catkins in spring. Patchwork of colors in autumn. Can bear in 3-5 years. Z4. read more

Walnut

Walnut
Black Walnut Seedlings
455 Juglans nigra 70-90'. Spectacular shade tree with open rounded crown. Nuts have sweet earthy rich flavor. May begin to bear in 5-10 years. Z4. read more

Peaches

Peach
Redhaven
352 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized round peach with sweet firm yellow flesh. Excellent for eating, freezing, canning, shipping. Z4. read more
Peach
Saturn
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

Pears

Asian Pears

Asian Pear
Shinseiki
327 Late Summer. Medium-sized Asian pear, with little to no russeting. White crisp flesh. Stores up to three months. Z4/5. read more
Asian Pear
Shinsui
328 Summer. Medium-sized crisp juicy fine-textured very sweet Asian pear. Not as firm as others. Keeps about 6 weeks. Z4/5. read more
Asian Pear
Yoinashi
329 Fall. Large Asian pear with fine-textured off-white crisp juicy aromatic sweet flesh. Z4/5. read more

Perennial Plants

Asters

Aster
New England Aster
L743 Symphyotrichum novae-angliae 4-6' tall. North American native. Blooms range from blue-purple to lavender-pink with yellow eyes. Z3. read more

Ferns

Fern
Leatherwood Fern
L697 Dryopteris marginalis 24" tall. Strong stems and slightly glossy leathery grey-green fronds make this one of the best ferns for floral arrangements. Evergreen leaves live through winter. Z3. read more

Goldenrod

Goldenrod
Stiff Goldenrod
L723 Oligoneuron rigidum 2-5' tall. The gorgeous yellow-gold vibrancy of goldenrod packed into a dense, showy, flat-topped cluster. Attractive lush slate-green foliage. Z3. read more

Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Jack-in-the-Pulpit
L683 Arisaema triphyllum 12–24" tall. Magical Northeastern woodland native prefers dappled shade and moist rich woodland soil. Appears midspring. Z3. read more

Lobelia

Lobelia
Great Blue Lobelia
L721 Lobelia syphilitica 3-5' tall. Deep green rosettes form tall green stems and blue-violet flower spikes. Absolutely stunning once established. Native. Z3. read more

Monkshood

Monkshood
English Monkshood
L678 Aconitum napellus 36-40" tall. Classic deep violet-blue monkshood. Delphinium-style blooms on dense showy spikes. Excellent cutflower. Attracts pollinators. Z3. read more

Russian Sage

Russian Sage
L734 Perovskia atriplicifolia 36-48" tall. Slender spires of lavender-blue tubular flowers midsummer. Finely divided grey-green leaves are aromatic when crushed. Z4/5. read more

Sempervivum

Sempervivum
Hens & Chicks Mix
L741 Sempervivum Low-growing rosette-forming succulents produce runners and babies. Drought and heat tolerant. Cold-hardy too! Colorful mix of reds, greens and purples. Z3. read more

Turtlehead

Turtlehead
L688 Chelone obliqua 2–3' tall. Deep-green leaves topped by elegant spikes of pink hooded flowers shaped like a turtle’s head. Native. Deer resistant. Will flourish in a range of soils. Z4. read more

Wild Ginger

Wild Ginger
Canadian Wild Ginger
L684 Asarum canadense 6–12" tall. Heart-shaped leaves up to 7" wide spread into a beautiful groundcover. Aromatic roots used medicinally. Needs shade. Z3. read more

Plums

European Plums

European Plum
Stanley
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

Hybrid Plums

Hybrid Plum
Black Ice
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
Hybrid Plum
Lavina
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
Hybrid Plum
Monitor
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
Hybrid Plum
Purple Heart
373 Late Summer. Medium-sized clingstone fruit. Meaty, mild and rich with no astringency. One of the most delicious plums! Z4/5. read more
Hybrid Plum
South Dakota
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
Hybrid Plum
Toka
376 Late Summer. Medium-sized rosy-red plums are sweet, distinctive, meaty and flavorful. Somewhat freestone. Extremely vigorous tree. Z3. read more
Hybrid Plum
Waneta
378 Midsummer. Large, somewhat pointed, reddish-maroon fruit. Sweet tender juicy orange flesh. Delicious. Z3. read more

Shade Trees

Birch

Birch
Paper Birch
464 Betula papyrifera 30-70' x 30'. Medium-sized tree with magnificent chalk-white peeling bark. Valuable wood. Bark used for traditional crafts. Z3. read more

Maple

Maple
Sugar Maple
461 Acer saccharum 50-100'. Largest of our native maples. Colorful fall foliage. Valued for shade, syrup and lumber. Boil sap to make real maple syrup. Z3. read more

Small Trees and Shrubs

Bayberry

Bayberry
549 Myrica pensylvanica 5-10' x same. Rounded deciduous semi-evergreen very salt-tolerant shrub. Fragrant glossy deep green leaves. Small greyish-blue waxy berries. Tends toward being dioecious. Z2. read more

Crabapples

Crabapple
Amaszam
524 Malus 25'x18-20'. Single magenta-red flowers. One of the best red flowering crabs! Orange fruits feed birds in fall. Somewhat pyramidal in shape. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Brandywine
525 Malus 20x20'. Incredibly beautiful fragrant flowers. Deep red buds open to small deep pink double rose-like blossoms. Blooms late. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Crabapple Collection
545 Malus An assortment of five crabapples chosen by Fedco. Most will be from this year’s catalog but a few rare surprises may be included. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Dolgo
527 Malus 25x30'. Classic culinary crab. Apricot-pink buds, large fragrant pure white single flowers. Beautiful fruit makes flavorful ruby-red jelly. Z2. read more
Crabapple
Firebird
528 Malus 8x10'. Produces a cloud of single white blossoms in spring. Pea-sized red fruits stay firm through March. Compact form perfect for small spaces. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Hozam
529 Malus 15x12'. One of the best gold-fruiting crabs! Fruits dangle like ornaments and persist through winter. Fragrant single white flowers. Open rounded form. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Jay Darling
530 Malus 20' x same. Large single purple-red flowers, crimson-tinged foliage and purple fruit with red flesh. Offspring of Niedzwetzkyana. Z4. read more
Crabapple
Lemoine
531 Malus 18x18'. Once popular, now hard to find. Deep red buds open to single or semi-double red-purple flowers. Bronze-purple foliage. Excellent disease resistance. Z3. read more
Crabapple
Polar Bear
533 Malus 20x20'. Rare! Very large double white flowers look like little white roses. Persistent fruit. Z3/4. read more

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle
Northern Bush Honeysuckle
510 Diervilla lonicera 2-4' x 2-5'. Clusters of yellow tubular flowers attract pollinators. Lustrous green leaves emerge with a hint of bronze. Good for erosion control. Z3. read more

Spicebush

Spicebush
517 Lindera benzoin 6-12' x 8-12'. Large rounded multi-stemmed fragrant native shrub suited to moist or wet areas. Soft-yellow flowers. Glossy red edible berries. Z5. read more

Steeplebush

Steeplebush
598 Spiraea tomentosa 2-4' x same. Adorable little plant. Rosy pink steeples emerge as terminal spikes about 4–6" tall. Easy to grow. A must for every butterfly garden. Z3. read more

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel
513 Hamamelis virginiana 8-20' x same. Small fall-flowering tree or large shrub. Brilliant golden-yellow fall color. Quirky yellow flowers in early to mid November. Z3. read more

Strawberries

Everbearing Strawberries

Everbearing Strawberry
Albion
L417 Everbearing strawberry with very large conical firm fruit, excellent flavor and good shelf life. Z4. read more

June-bearing Strawberries

June-bearing Strawberry
Jewel
L422 Mid-Late. Large perfectly shaped strawberries. Firm, sweet and slightly aromatic. Extremely popular with commercial growers. Good freezing quality. Z4. read more
June-bearing Strawberry
Sparkle
L423 Mid-Late. Smallish soft fruit with flavor described as the essence of strawberry. Delicious fresh eating and excellent for jams and freezing. Z3. read more

Tender Summer Bulbs

Dahlia

Dahlia
Rustic Sunset Mix
L768 Dahlia 36-46" tall. Breathtaking blossoms! Colors range from deep plum purple, dark burgundy, bronzy orange, rustic red, luminous coral and dusky antique pink. read more