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Fruit Trees

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  • American PLUM

    American Plum is a small tree that is commonly grown for its edible qualities. It produces small gold round fruit (technically 'drupes') with a ruby-red blush and yellow flesh which are usually ready for picking in mid summer. Note that the fruits have ha

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  • BlackIce PLUM

    BlackIce Plum is a cross between a cherry plum and a conventional japanese dessert plum resulting in large fruit with Superior winter hardness and an early ripening date. Fruit size and yield is comparable to popular conventional cultivars, however, the

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  • Chestnut CRABAPPLE

    University of MN, 1946. Originated in 1946 as an open-pollinated seedling of ‘Malinda’. Pleasant nut-like flavor. Large crabapple (2” diameter). Outstanding flavor and good texture for fresh eating. Medium storage life. Hardy.

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  • Compass Cherry PLUM

    Red - Excellent for jams, jellies, canning and sauces. Early bearing cross that yields fruit the second year after planting. Good pollinator for other varieties.

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  • Early Gold PEAR

    An improved seedling of ‘Ure’ pear selected for its improved vigor, chlorosis resistance and iron-clad cold hardiness. Abundant white flowers in spring produce yellow fruits on average 10 days earlier than ‘Ure’.

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  • Evans Bail CHERRY

    Deep, dark red fruit 1” in diameter and excellent for baking and fresh eat- ing. The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. Extremely hardy buds.

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  • Golden Spice PEAR

    A very hardy pear. The 1.75” fruit are a medium yellow, lightly blushed with dull red and ripen mid-season. Good for canning and spicing, fair for eating. Use ‘Ure’ as pollinator.

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  • Haralred APPLE

    A Bailey Nurseries introduction, this red selection of ‘Haralson’ apple was discovered by Louis Lautz, an orchardist from La Crescent, MN. The fruit is redder and earlier than the standard ‘Haralson’, yet retains all the good qualities of ‘Haralson’: juic

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  • Haralson APPLE

    Named after Charles Haralson, superintendent of the U of MN Fruit Breeding Farm. A natural semi-dwarf tree that produces medium-sized red fruit. Hard, crisp and tart. Good dual purpose apple. One of the most popular apples in MN. Often bears fruit the fi

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  • Honeycrisp APPLE

    (‘Keepsake’ x unnamed seedling) University of MN, 1991. An exciting apple that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well- balanced. Excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Has been rated equal to or higher in overall quality than ‘Haralso

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  • Honeygold APPLE

    (Golden ‘Delicious’ x ‘Haralson’) University of MN, 1969. Medium to large, yellow apple. Fruit is crisp, juicy and sweet. Excellent for eating as well as cooking. Medium storage life. Similar to Golden ‘Delicious’, but hardier.

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  • Moongold APRICOT

    Light orange color. Flavor is sweet, but with a slight acidity. Blooms 3rd week of April. Ripens before ‘Sungold’. 1.75” fruit hangs on tree until ripe. Height 10-15’. ‘Sungold’ recommended pollinator.

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  • North Star CHERRY

    Genetic dwarf introduced by the University of MN in 1950. Red fruit with a small stone. Very productive. A sour pie cherry. Blooms in early May.

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  • Parker PEAR

    1934 University of Minnesota introduction. Open-pollinated seedling of a Manchurian pear. Large, yellow-bronze fruit. Fine grained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous grower. Pollinator for ‘Luscious’.

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  • Pembina PLUM

    Good dessert plum. Yellow flesh, sweet and juicy. Large size, pointed fruit.

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  • Summercrisp PEAR

    Free of fire blight. An annual bearer. Fruit is pyriform in shape, 2.5-3” in diameter and 3-3.5” long. Blooms early in May. The fruit should be harvested in mid-August when crisp and still green with a red blush. Fruit harvested at that time is sweet and

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  • Sungold APRICOT

    Bright, clear gold, 1.25” fruit. Fruit hangs on tree until ripe. Flavor is mild and sweet. Eating quality is good, sauce fair to good, jam very good. Late variety. Upright habit of growth. Blooms 3rd week of April. Released by the University of Minnesota

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  • Sweet Sixteen APPLE

    Medium-sized red striped apple with crisp, juicy texture. Excellent sweet, unusual flavor - like cherry candy. Outstanding dessert apple. Fire blight resistant. Good success in zone 3b.

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  • Toka PLUM

    Red - South Dakota Experiment Station introduction, 1911. One of the best pollinators. A medium sized, richly flavored variety with beautiful apricot color.

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  • Underwood PLUM

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  • Ure PEAR

    Fruit is green-yellow, very juicy and approximately 2” in diameter. Has sturdy branching. Good for eating and canning. Developed in 1978 at Morden Research Station. Approximate ripening date is August 15. Use ‘Golden Spice’ as pollinator.

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  • Waneta PLUM

    Red - South Dakota Experiment Station introduction, 1913. Produces well the first season after planting. One of the best market plums. Fruit is large, red, sweet, juicy and of good quality.

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  • Whitney CRABAPPLE

    Illinois, 1869. Fruit is yellow with red stripes. Good for eating and pickling. Hardy, vigorous, heavy bearing tree. Short storage life.

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