Dwarf Fruit Trees
Imagine, full sized delicious fruits from a space saving tree. The dwarf fruit is now available to all, and at remarkably low prices. Not only are these wonderful trees advantageous from the standpoint of saving space, they also begin to bear fruit when only 2 to 3 years old. These trees are produced by budding or grafting regular varieties on special dwarf rootstocks.
Trees usually reach maturity at 6' to 8'. Sold in bundles of 2.
Developed at Cornell University over 100 years ago, this apple remains one of the top ten in the state. Apples are bright red and have a sweet yet slightly tart flavor. Flesh is juicy and slow to brown. These trees thrive in cool climates like our own.
Native to New Zealand, it is a cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd’s Orange Red. This apple is pink and yellow, crunchy, juicy and one of the sweetest varieties around. Galas grow well in a variety of climates and are suited to the cold winters of New York.
Hale Haven Peach
Today's most planted most popular and most dependable, hi-yielding, hi-quality, hardy yellow freestone. Rapidly overtaking the Elberta Peach in popularity. Ripens in mid-July.
Early Elberta Peach
Still the most popular peach on the market, and universally planted. Yellow freestone of excellent quality; juicy, firm, but tender. Tree is hardy, productive and disease resistant ripens in late August.
A purple plum which ripens in September and is small to medium in size. Firm tart and juicy.
Stanley Prune Plum
Medium-sized purplish fruit. Excellent for preserves, jams and jellies. Excellent bearers. Freestone. Produces large yields.
Known as America’s favorite pear, the Bartlett Pear is easy to grow, produces beautiful blossoms in the spring and luscious fruit in late summer and can produce fruit for as much as 100 years. The dwarf variety will grow to a height of approximately 12-15’ with a spread of about 10’, and can grow 24” or more per year.
Soft and juicy, yet not mushy. Bears fruit for years and ripens in mid August. Fruit color is red and medium to large in size.
Berries & Shrubs
(Sold in 10's, 5 plants Southland variety, 5 Delite variety)
Southland: Blueberry plants are a deciduous shrub that ranges in heights from 10” to 18”. The flowers are bell-shaped, white, pale pink or red. A high yielding variety. Quality good throughout the bearing season.
Delite: Blueberry plants are a deciduous shrub that ranges in heights from 10” to 18”. The flowers are bell-shaped, white, pale pink or red. Large crops of large berries. Excellent flavor.
Blackberries: Zone 4-9
The berries themselves are exceptionally large and sugar sweet. One of the most winter hardy blackberries! Ripen early. Sweet Darrow Blackberry bushes are very thrifty, vigorous growing bushes that are exceptionally hardy -- having withstood temperatures of 22 below zero. The bushes are upright with very strong canes, being able to hold up a heavy crop without breaking down. Quick Crop Plants, 2 - year transplanted.
The Concord Grape is one of the most popular and reliable grapes ever grown. Bunch is large and round, and well shouldered. Berries are large and round almost black in color. Juicy and delicious with a very sweet, buttery flavor. Ripens in mid to late September.
Buttonbush Cephalanthus occidentalis
(USDA Plants Database)
Height: to 12’
Seed: matures in round clusters similar to sycamores
Leaves: opposite leave, 2-6 inches long and 1-3 inches wide
Flowers: Dense, round, 1 inch diameter clusters
Habitat: Best adapted to shorelines and swamps with saturated soil and full sunlight. Will tolerate water depths up to three feet
Uses: Wetland restoration and riparian zones. It has exceptional wildlife benefits with the seed being eaten by eight species of waterfowl and the twigs by three species of mammals.
Red osier Dogwood Cornus sericea
(USDA Plant Database)
Height: Up to 20’
Seed: White berries with smooth faces and furrowed sides
Bark: Reddish to purple from autumn to late spring, green in spring through summ
Leaves: opposite, 2-4 long, dark green above and hairy and lighter colored below, pointed tips
Flowers: White to cream colored flowers, June- August
Habitat: Prefer soils that are saturated for at least a portion of the growing season. Common on edge of lakes, ponds, within wetlands, and along streams
Uses: The fleshy fruits of dogwoods are very valuable to wildlife, particularly in the northeast. Wildlife browse the twigs, foliage and fruit. Several bird species as well as game birds including turkeys, pheasants, grouse, and quail eat both the fruits and buds. The shrub provides excellend nesting habitat for songbirds. Several mammals including black bear, beaver, rabbits, raccoons, squirrels and deer browse on the foliage. It’s also popular in landscaping as an ornamental.
WILDFLOWER SEED MIX
The wildflower seed mix covers approximately 1,200-1,500 square foot of ground.
SHADY: As the name implies, this mixture is for lower light conditions. Shady includes 11 varieties that will tolerate shaded and partial sun areas.
SUNNY: Here, the accent is on full sun and drier conditions. The 20 varieties are perfect for low maintenance areas in the open landscape plan.
ORIGINAL: A mix of Perennial and Annual species that grow in a variety of conditions with a variety of color and bloom times.
BIRD & BUTTERFLY: The bird and butterfly mixture includes 13 varieties intended to attract Hummingbirds and Butterflies.
ENVIRO-FRIENDLY SEED MIX: This mix produces a friendly, healthy environment that attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds, insects, and songbirds.