How high do I have to climb? Dwarf to Standard roots.
Grandpa will try to clear up the confusion over rootstocks for fruit trees.

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Early Blush(TM) Apricot

Early Blush(TM) Apricot

Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Early Blush'

Early Blush™ is a very early season  apricot ripening a couple weeks ahead of Harcot and OrangeRed.  It has excellent flavor and attractive orange-red blush over a golden background.  Requires pollination from at least one oth


Early Golden Delicious Apple

Early Golden Delicious Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Golden Del - Carnefix cv.'

Grandpa's Early Golden Delicious is a strain of regular Golden Delicious that ripens a couple weeks ahead of normal.   Grandpa's strain is more russet resistant than the original Golden Delicious, but has all the same qualities--- large,


Early Golden Japanese Plum

Early Golden Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Early Golden'

Early Golden is one of the earliest japanese plums, ripening a couple weeks before Shiro.  The fruit is medium sized, golden with a red blush.  The fruit is freestone and of fair quality.  The tree is a vigorous, heavy, consistent p


Early Redhaven Peach

Early Redhaven Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Early Redhaven'
Grandpa's Choice™ Early Redhaven is a mutation of Redhaven that ripens about two weeks earlier. This early, very attractive peach is cold hardy with billiant red, semiclingstone fruit that is firm and yellow fleshed. It is a good choic

Early Richmond Tart Cherry

Early Richmond Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Early Richmond'
Early Richmond Tart Cherry is a medium size, juicy, bright red fruit with thin, light red skin. The trees are strong, helthy, self-pollinating heavy producers. This is the leading sour variety that ripens at lease one week prior to other pie cherries

Easter Pear

Easter Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Easter Pear'
Easter pear is an old-time heirloom pear. It is known for its excellent keeping qualities. It is a large yellow pear with a red cheek.

Elberta Peach

Elberta Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Elberta'
Elberta used to be the "Queen of Peaches" before Redhaven was developed, but many still think it is. It still is an excellent quality, juicy, yellow freestone peach suitable for all uses. In California it ripens in late July to early August, but in

Elephant Heart Japanese Plum

Elephant Heart Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Elephant Heart'
The Elephant Heart plum is known for it's large, heart-shaped fruit with a thick, bronze-green skin that turns reddish purple when completely ripe. It's juicy, blood-reed flesh has a rich and distinctive flavor that is good for fresh eating, canning

Ellis Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Ellis Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Ellis Bitter'

Ellis Bitter is an excellent hard cidre variety with a bittersweet character.  The medium sized yellow fruit ripen in September.  The tree is fairly vigous, precocious and productive.  It is a later bloomer.  It does not store


Emperor Francis Blush Sweet Cherry

Emperor Francis Blush Sweet Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus avium 'Emperor Francis'
Emperor Francis Blush Sweet Cherries ripen in June with an outstanding flavor. Fruit is large, high quality and yellowish-white. Trees are very hardy, productive and reliable. Emperor Francis is quite crack resistant

Empire Apple

Empire Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Empire'

The original Empire is one of the best eating apples you will find. Only medium in size, it is a steady bearer on grower friendly trees. The red fruit has a McIntosh-Jonathan like look. The flavor is excellent with white flesh. The


Empire-Original Cornell Strain Apple

Empire-Original Cornell Strain Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Empire-Regular'

Empire is a McIntosh/Jonathan type apple that has very high dessert quality.  It is also good for baking and is an excellent cider apple.  It is medium sized, with round red fruit that are firm and shiney.  The flesh is creamy white


Empress Plum

Empress Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'Empress'
The Empress plum ripens in early September and produces a deep blue fruit that is larger than the President plum. The strong, vigourous tree bears a firm, fine textured, yellow fleshed fruit.

English Morello Tart Cherry

English Morello Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'English Morello'
English Morello is an antique tart cherry variety known for its cold hardiness and heavy cropping. Its medium size cherries have dark red flesh and juice. It is very productive and ripens about 10 days after Montmorency.

Enterprize Apple

Enterprize Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Enterprize'
Enterprize is a excellent, red color, disease resitant variety, with medium to large size and good keeping qualities. Resembles an Idared or Red Spy in appearance. Flavor is moderately acid when harvested, but mellows nicely after storage. It harv

Erly-Red-Fre Peach

Erly-Red-Fre Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Erly-Red-Fre'

Erly-Red-Fre is one of the best white peaches still grown.  It ripens about two weeks ahead of Redhaven in the very early season.  The flesh white, semi-freestone with excellent flavor and good quality.  The fruit is large, with a b


Evans Bali Tart Cherry

Evans Bali Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Evans Bali'

Evans Bali Tart cherry is one of the hardiest tart cherries to be found.  It is a naturally compact, dwarfish tree that will withstand the cold north winters and produce an abundance of tart pie cherries which are bright red.&