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Name Botanical Name Height/Spread Comments
APPLE-HARCOURT Malus ‘Harcourt’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white Bright red fruit with tender flesh; good for eating fresh, cooking and storing; ripens mid Sept.
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APPLE-HARDI-MAC Malus ‘Hardi-Mac’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m Bright red crisp fruit; good for eating fresh; ripens in Sept.
APPLE-NORLAND Malus ‘Norland’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m Medium sized green-red fruit; good for eating fresh; ripens Aug.
APPLE-PARKLAND Malus ‘Parkland’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m
Yellow-green fruit with a red blush; good for storing, cooking or eating fresh; ripens Sept.
APPLE-SEPTEMBER RUBY Malus ‘September Ruby’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m
Large bright red fruit; good for storing, eating fresh or making juice; ripens in Sept.
APPLECRAB-KERR Malus ‘Kerr’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m Medium sized dark red fruit; good for storing, canning or eating fresh; ripens Sept.
APPLECRAB-RESCUE Malus ‘Rescue’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m
Medium sized red and green striped fruit; good for cooking or eating fresh; ripens in Sept.
APRICOT-BROOKCOT Prunus mandshurica ‘Armeniaca’ 16/13 ft. 5/4 m An unreliable producer due to early bloom period; good for cooking and jam.
APRICOT-SCOUT Prunus armeniaca ‘Scout’ 16/13 ft. 5/4 m An unreliable producer due to early bloom period; good for cooking and jam.
APRICOT-WESTCOT Prunus armenica ‘Westcot’ 16/13 ft. 5/4 m An unreliable producer due to early bloom period; good for cooking and jam.
CHERRY-NORTH STAR Prunus ‘North Star’ 16/13 ft. 5/4 m Large red freestone cherries; good for cooking, self-pollinating
CRABAPPLE-COLUMNAR Malus baccata ‘Columnaris’ 20/4 ft. 6/1 m Narrow columnar growth habit; tiny red, decorative fruit that birds love
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