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trees
Name Botanical Name Height/Spread Comments
CRABAPPLE-DOLGO Malus ‘Dolgo’ 25/15 ft. 8/5 m white Upright spreading growth with small red fruit; good for jelly or eating fresh
CRABAPPLE-HOPA Malus ‘Hopa’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m rose
Upright spreading growth and rose coloured flowers turning to small red fruit; good for jelly making
PEAR-GOLDEN SPICE Pyrus ‘Golden Spice’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white 3 Very decorative flowers in spring, two varieties required for pollination; good for cooking and canning
PEAR-MOUNTAIN FROST Pyrus ussuriensis ‘Bailfrost’ 20/16 ft. 6/5 m white 4 Vigorous upright growth with fragrant white blooms in spring. Will only occasionally produce small ornamental fruit
PEAR-URE Pyrus ussuriensis ‘Ure’ 20/15 ft. 6/5 m white
Very decorative flowers in spring, two varieties required for pollination. Small, sweet fruit, good for cooking, canning and eating fresh
PLUM-BROOKGOLD Prunus ‘Brookgold’ 15/12 ft. 5/4 m Requires sand cherry for pollination; good for cooking or eating fresh; ripens in Aug.
PLUM-BROOKRED Prunus ‘Brookred’ 15/12 ft. 5/4 m Requires Pembina or Opata plum for pollination; good for cooking; ripens in Aug.
PLUM-OPATA Prunus ‘Opata’ 15/12 ft. 5/4 m
Requires Pembina or Brookred plum for pollination; good for cooking or eating fresh; ripens in Aug.
PLUM-PEMBINA Prunus ‘Pembina’ 15/12 ft. 5/4 m white 3 Requires Brookred or Opata plum for pollination; good for eating fresh; ripens in Sept.
flowering ornamental trees
CHERRY-AMUR Prunus maackii 30/15 ft. 9/5 m white 3 Bronze coloured bark; small black fruit follows spring flowers, attracts birds
CHERRY-PIN Prunus pensylvanica 16/10 ft. 5/3 m white 3 Small tree with reddish bark; fragrant flowers are followed by small ornamental red cherries; attracts birds
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