Cherries

Montmorency: Self fertile and will pollinate all other varieties. Bright red, tart cherry with yellow flesh. Good for cooking and pies. 8-15' Tall and 10-15' Wide. Ripens in late June.

Rainier: Needs a pollinator. Use Montmorency or Stella as a pollinator. Large yellow fruit with a red blush, firm, tasty with clear yellow flesh. Very productive. 15-20' Tall. Ripens June-July.

Stella: Self fertile and will pollinate all other varieties. Large, heart-shaped, dark red fruits with juicy, sweet flesh and rich flavor. Great for fresh eating. 15-20' Tall. Ripens mid June.

Bing: Heavy yielding variety produces large fruit with dark burgundy skin. Fruit is meaty, sweet, and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating and canning. Pollinate with Montmorency, Rainer, or Stella.

Lapins: Early, partially self fertile. Lark, dark, firm, excellent flavor and texture. Use combo or mid season for pollinizer. 

4-Way Combination Cherry: Stella, Bing, Royal Ann, Lapins. A self pollinating cherry tree with a different variety on each branch. Good for small spaces or if you want to pollinate another cherry tree. Bing: Self fertile, black, sweet, firm, juicy fruit. Ripens early July. Royal Ann: Very large yellow/red fruit with sweet flesh, Good fresh or canned, Ripens in July. Lapins: Black split-resistant fruit with very good flavor, great for fresh eating, Ripens July.

 

Prune/Plums

Stanley SD, D: Self fertile. Deep purple skin with sweet, golden, freestone flesh. Tastes great fresh or dried or canned. Ripens in September.

Italian SD: Self fertile. Medium-large fruit with dark purple skin and golden/green freestone flesh that turns dark wine color when cooked. Perfect for eating fresh, drying or canning. Great for cooking. Ripens August-September.

Santa Rosa SD: Early plum on large, hardy tree.Conical, deep purplish red fruit is sweet/tart, firm. Needs pollinizer. 

Shiro SD: Early. One of the best yellow plums. Tree is low and productive. Sweet, juicy and flavorful! Needs polinizer. (Santa Rosa, Italian or Stanley)

Asian Pears

Nijisseiki(20th Century): Self fertile. Will pollinate Bartlett. Round, yellowish/green skin and has crisp, sweet, very juicy flavor. Harvest mid September.

Shinseiki: Self fertile. Will pollinate Bartlett or other Asian pears. Round pear has bright yellow skin with a sweet, slightly tart, juicy flavor. Harvest August-September.

Chojuro: Partially self fertile. Nijisseiki or Shinseiki are good companion trees. Round, golden fruit with a butterscotch flavor. Harvest mid September. 

Shinseiki: Early, round to oblong fruit. Sweet and tender! Pollinizers: Bartlett, Chojuro, combo. 

4-Way Combination Asian Pear: Chojuro, 20th Century, Tsuli, Hosui. A self pollinating tree with a different variety on each branch. Tsuli: Needs pollinator, Pear shaped fruit, rather than round, Greeninsh/yellow with juicy, crisp flavor. Hosui: Needs pollinator, Round medium-large golden fruit and one of the best tasting Asian pears.

European Pear

Bartlett: Produces medium to large fruit with green skin that ripens to yellow. Fruit is sweet and tender. Great for fresh eating or canning and ripens without cold storage. Partially self-pollinating, but crossing with Anjou, Bosc, or Comice will give you a larger production.

5-Way Combination European Pear: Kieffer, Seckel, Bartlett, Anjou, Hood. A self fertile tree with a different variety on each branch. Good for small spaces or pollinating other pear trees. Kieffer: Self fertile, large yellow fruit crisp and juicy, Harvest September-October. Seckel: Small fruit, green/yellow skin with red blush, very sweet dessert quality pear, Harvest September. Anjou: Medium-large fruit with green-yellow skin and sweet-creamy flavor, Harvest September. Hood: Large, yellow/green pear with good tasting buttery textured flesh, Harvest August.

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