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Macoun Apple

Macoun Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Macoun'
Macoun is a regional favorite in the Northeast and Ohio area. It is similar to McIntosh in many characteristics, but has better keeping characteristics, dessert qualiuty and ripens about a month later. It is very aromatic and flavorful, with white,

Madison Peach

Madison Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Madison'
Madison peach is a medium sized, bright red freestone fruit. This high quality fruit has slightly fibrous, firm orange-yellow flesh that is mild and rich in flavor.Tree is hardy, vigorous, frost sesistant and self-pollinating. Recommended for Norther

Magness Pear

Magness Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Magness'
Magness is a medium size, short, oval, greenish-yellow pear with dark spots and light russeting. It has soft, juicy flest that is almost free of grit cells and it's tough skin red reduces insect damage and helps it store well. Trees are moderately v

Maiden Blush Apple

Maiden Blush Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Maiden Blush'

Maiden Blush is a fine heirloom summer apple that produces regular crops of flattish round yellow apples with a beautiful crimson blush.  The skins are tough, smooth and waxy and the flesh is crisp, juicy and creamy yellow.  It is great


Malling 111 Semi-Standard Apple Rootstock

Malling 111 Semi-Standard Apple Rootstock

Botanical Name: Malus rootstock 'EMLA 111 clonal rootstock'
EMLA 111 [75-85%] --- This virus-free clone of Malling 111 produces a tree approx. 75-85% of standard depending on soil conditions. Many consider it a "standard" size tree. Well anchored and self supporting. Under wetter soil conditions, which it tol

Malling 7 Semi-Dwarf Apple Rootstock

Malling 7 Semi-Dwarf Apple Rootstock

Botanical Name: Malus rootstock 'EMLA 7 clonal rootstock'
EMLA 7 [50-60%] --- This virus-free clone of Malling 7 has proven itself to be one of the most popular rootstocks in the commercial industry, mostly due to its approx. 50-60% of standard size. It tolerates a wide range of soils that are well drained,

Manchurian Flowering Crabapple

Manchurian Flowering Crabapple

Botanical Name: Malus z 'Manchurian Crab'
Manchurian Crab is a beautiful white spring flowering crab that makes a nice addition to the landscape. It has a rounded, dense, spreading habit. The flower is pure white and its fruits are about 3/8" in diameter and turn bright red and hang on the t

McIntosh Apple- Spur type

McIntosh Apple- Spur type

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Spur Red McIntosh'
Grandpa's Choice™ Spur Red McIntosh is similar to our regular Mac in all ways except tree habit. Spur Red McIntosh is much more spurry and more compact.

McIntosh- Red McIntosh Apple

McIntosh- Red McIntosh Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'McIntosh'
Grandpa's Choice™ Red McIntosh is one of the all-time favorites for some people. Red McIntosh is an early season apple with very aromatic, flavorful, white, juicy flesh. It is somewhat firm, but only will keep for shorter periods during

Melrose Apple

Melrose Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Melrose'
Melrose is a popular apple in Ohio where is originated, but will grow well in all parts of the country where it is more humid and rainy. It is an excellent dessert quality apple with great keeping qualities. It resembles Jonathan in appearance, but r

Meteor Tart Cherry

Meteor Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Meteor'
Meteor is a natural genetic dwarf that will grow about half as much as other tart cherries. It produces a nice, tart, juicy, meaty pie cherry that resembles Montmorency. It is extremely hardy. It blooms and ripens a week after after Montmorency.

Methley Japanese Plum

Methley Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Methley'
Methley is one of the few Japanese plums that is self-fruitful. It produces medium to large, reddish-purple fruit of fine quality that are good for fresh eating or jelly. It is an early bloomer and is a good pollinator for Shiro, Santa Rosa and other

Michelin Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Michelin Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Michelin'

Michelin is an old English cider variety that has been found to be great for cider blending.  It has a bittersweet flavor.  The fruits are medium sized, round and yellowish.  The tree is an upright, somewhat spurry grower.  It


Molly's Delicious Apple

Molly's Delicious Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Molly's Delicious'
Molly's Delicious is not a true Red Delicious, but is very similar in appearance and flavor. It ripens almost three or more weeks ahead with Gala and McIntosh. It is large and conic with about one half red blush over a yellow background. It has a

Montmorency Tart Cherry

Montmorency Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Montmorency'
Grandpa's Choice™ Montmorency Tart Cherry has long been recognized as the standard of the tart cherry industry. The fruit is bright red, medium in size and have a clear, juicy flesh. The trees are self-fruitful, winter hardy, very produc

Moonglow Pear

Moonglow Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Moonglow'
Grandpa's Nature's Friendly™ Moonglow Pear is for home gardens. It is a medium-large, dull yellow fruit with a pink blush and it's white flesh is mildly juicy, soft and has a smooth texture. It's excellent, mild flavor with almost no gri

Morden 604 Apricot

Morden 604 Apricot

Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Morden'

Morden 604 appears to be one of the hardier apricots for colder areas.  The fruit is large, with thick orange flesh and good flavor.  Suitable for most uses.  The tree is very hardy, vigorous, and spreading, ripening late in the sea


Mother Apple

Mother Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Mother'

Mother is a rather large dessert apple that was once very popular.  It has a distinct, spicy, balsamic, sweet-acid, aromatic  flavor.  Its flesh is creamy yellow and juicy.  It ripens in mid-season, but doesn't store particular


Mount Royal Plum (European)

Mount Royal Plum (European)

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'Mount Royal'
Mount Royal is very hardy bluish-black freestone plum. It is meaty, tender, sweet and juicy. It is good for all uses, including drying as prunes. It ripens in mid-season in late August. One of the best and hardiest plums for the backyard.

Mt. Fuji Flowering Cherry

Mt. Fuji Flowering Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus serrulata 'Shirotae'
Mt. Fuji Flowering Cherry sets volumes of pink buds that open to large, double white flowers in the early spring. The foliage is a glossy green, turning yellow in the fall. Any fruit that may set is insignificant and usually drops off soon.

Mutsu or Crispin

Mutsu or Crispin

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Mutsu-Crispin'
Mutsu, or Crispin as it is called in New York and out East, was one of Grandpa's favorites, but not good enough to be a "Choice" variety. Mutsu is a very large, golden apple that picks late in the season. It can produce prodigious amounts of apples

Myrobalan Standard Plum Rootstock

Myrobalan Standard Plum Rootstock

Botanical Name: Prunus rootstock 'Myrobalan seedling rootstock'

Myrobalan 29C (Prunus cerasifera)--- An improved selection of the most common seedling rootstock used for plums, prunes, and sometimes peaches. Vigorous and not considered a dwarfing rootstock. Resistant to armillaria root rot (oak


Naju Asian Pear

Naju Asian Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus pyrifolia 'Naju'
Naju is a very large, russetted Asian pear. It is very swwet, crisp and juicy. It ripens after Twentieth Century in mid-September.

New Arirang Pear

New Arirang Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus pyrifolia 'New Arirang'
New Arirang is very large, russetted Asian pear. Fruits sometimes can average over 1 pound. It has an excellent, distinctive flavor and a high sugar content. It remains crisp even if kept in non-refrigerated coolers up into late March. It ripens

Newtown Pippen

Newtown Pippen

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Newtown Pippen'
Newtown or Yellow Pippen is not the most beautiful apple in the world, but has a rich, juicy flaor with a piney tartness. It is medium to large and has excellent dessert quality. The fruit is green, breaking to light yellow when ripe. It ripens l

Niitaka Asian Pear

Niitaka Asian Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus pyrifolia 'Niitaka'

Niitaka Asian Pear is heavily russeted with an orange brown color.  It has excellent size.  The fruit is juicy and sweet, and has more texture than most other asian pears.  It will keep in storage for up to four months.  The tr


Nittany Apple

Nittany Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Nittany'

Nittany is a variety very similar to York Imperial, and is an excellent cooking and processing apple like York, but without the corking problem that York has.  The flesh is yellowish and doesnot oxidize easily.  The fruit is large and at


Noels des Champs Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Noels des Champs Bitter-Sweet Hard Cidre Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Noel des Champs'

Noel des Champs is a hard cidre variety with a bittersweet character.  The tree is hardy, vigorous, precocious and productive.  It is a late bloomer and ripens in late mid-season, September to October.  It appears to be quite diseas


Norland Apple

Norland Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Norland'
Norland is another good hardy apple variety for the far north. Its medium size red fruit are good for both cooking and eating. It ripens in mid-August, but is a good keeper in cold storage, lasting up to 16 weeks.

North Star Tart Cherry

North Star Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'North Star'
North Star is one of the hardiest of the tart cherries and is an excellent choice for the far north where winters really get cold. It can withstand -40F and produce an excellent crop of large, morello-type, red-fleshed, freestone fruit. Excellent f

Northern Blule European Plum

Northern Blule European Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'Northern Blue'

Northern Blue is a very hardy, self-fertile european plum similar to Mount Royal.  It ripens in mid-season in early September.  Self-fertile and precocious.


Northern Lights Apple

Northern Lights Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Northern Lights'

Northern Lights produces large, attractive, glossy, bright red blushed apples.  It has a flavor similar to McIntosh and with semi-firm, tasty white flesh..  It is very cold hardy and best suited to back yard orchards in cold climates.


Northern Spy Apple

Northern Spy Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Northern Spy'
Northern Spy may be one of the world's ugliest fruits, but it sure makes great pies! Northern Spy is a large, round, somewhat flat apple with greenish-yellow fruit and some red blushing and striping. The fruit is fine grained, very firm and crisp,

Northwest Greening Apple

Northwest Greening Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Northwest Greening'
Northwest Greening is an old heritage variety that Grandpa grew up with. It was a popular old winter variety that could sometimes produce exceptionally large apples almost 5" across. The fruit is a pale green, that turns yellow when fully mature.

Nova EasyGro Apple

Nova EasyGro Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Nova EasyGro'

Nova EasyGro resembles Cortland in looks and ripening period.  The fruit is only medium sized, round, with a stripy blush over a pale greenish yellow background.  The flesh is creamy white, smooth, firm, crisp, moderately juicy with a su


NovaMac Apple

NovaMac Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'NovaMac'

Novamac is very similar to McIntosh in season and flavor.  The fruit is medium-large, round, mostly red over a greenish-yellow background color.  The flesh is white, crisp, tender and juicy with a fine sub-acid flavor similar to a Mac.&n


NovaSpy Apple

NovaSpy Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'NovaSpy'
Granpa's Nature Friendly™ NovaSpy is a good scab resistant alternative to Northern Spy, which it resembles. The fruit is medium size with some stripy, dark red blush. The flesh is creamy yellow, fine textured and very firm and crisp.

O'Henry Peach

O'Henry Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'O'Henry'
Grandpa's Choice™ O'Henry is a brightly colored, large peach with only a slight fuzz. The flesh is yellow, sweet and juicy with a little red streaking. The fruit is large, bright red, very firm and will keep well. The tree is product

OHxF® 333 Semi-Dwarf Pear Rootstock

OHxF® 333 Semi-Dwarf Pear Rootstock

Botanical Name: Pyrus rootstock 'OHxF® 333 clonal rootstock'
OHxF 333 [50-70%]--- A superior selection to replace Province Quince as it is much more hardy. 50-70% of standard size. Resistant to fire blight and pear decline. Does not sucker. Well anchored and productive. Does well on a variety of soils.Very lim

OHxF® 87 Semi-Standard Pear Rootstock

OHxF® 87 Semi-Standard Pear Rootstock

Botanical Name: Pyrus rootstock 'OHxF® 87 clonal rootstock'
OHxF 87 [85-90%]--- This Old Home x Farmingdale selection is replacing common pear seedling. Similar in vigor and size control it will produce almost standard trees which are very productive. Well anchored. Excellent availability of most varieties.

OHxF® 97 Semi-Standard Pear Rootstock

OHxF® 97 Semi-Standard Pear Rootstock

Botanical Name: Pyrus rootstock 'OHxF® 97 clonal rootstock'
OHxF 97 [95-100%]--- This Old Home x Farmingdale selection is replacing common pear seedling. Similar in vigor and size control it will produce almost standard trees which are very productive. Well anchored. Excellent availability of most varieties.

Old Nonpariel Apple

Old Nonpariel Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Old Nonpariel'

Old Nonpareil is a good cider apple with excellent flavor.  The apple is small and oblate, with greenish-yellow skin and an orangish blush.  Often it has some streaky russeting.  It ripens late in the season in October.

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Opalescent Apple

Opalescent Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Opalescent'

Opalescent is a large fruited apple with smooth skin that is completely red, turning to carmine or purplish.  The fruit is firm, juicy, mildly subacid with yellow flesh.  It t ripens in late fall.  The skin becomes greasy in storage


OrangeRed Apricot

OrangeRed Apricot

Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'OrangeRed'

OrangeRed® Apricot ripens about a week before Harcot .  It has a beautiful reddish blush over a bright orange background.  The fruit is firm and of high quality.


Oriole Apple

Oriole Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Oriole'

Ozark Gold Apple

Ozark Gold Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Ozark Gold'

Ozark Gold is an early Golden Delicious type apple, ripening in late August to early September, a few weeks ahead of regular Golden Delicious.  The fruit is very firm, golden in color, sometimes with a slight attractive blush.  The flesh