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Parker Pear

Parker Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Parker'

Parker Pear is very hardy and ripens in early September in mid-season.  The fruit is medium-large, yellow-bronze with some red blush.  The flesh is fine grained, tender, sweet and juicy and the visible grit cells soften with maturity.


Perfection Apricot

Perfection Apricot

Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Perfection'

Perfection is a well known apricot in the west.  It produces large, light orange yellow fruit with no blush.  The flesh is bright orange, firm, and good quality and flavor.  It is freestone.  Ripens in mid-seaso


Pink Lady Apple

Pink Lady Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Pink Lady (Cripps) Apple'

Pink Pearl Apple

Pink Pearl Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Pink Pearl'

Pink Pearl is a unique apple because of its pink-tinged flesh and outstanding bouquet.  Many culinary experts like it because of its rich, sweet flavor, fine aroma, and pinkish flesh which can add color to many dishes.  The fruit is medi


Pipestone Japanese Plum

Pipestone Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Pipestone'
The Pipestone plum is one of the best plums for Northern growers. It has large fruit with a tough, red skin that peels easily and a sweet, juicy, golden yellow flesh. This vigorous, productive tree.

Pitmaston Pineapple Apple

Pitmaston Pineapple Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Pitmaston Pineapple'

Pitmaston Pineapple is well named.  The small fruit have a distinct pineapple flavor to them.  The fruit is larger than the typical edible crab, golden yellow in color covered with a fine bronzy russeting.  The fruit is juicy, crunc


Plastic Spiral Tree Protectors (24 inches long)

Plastic Spiral Tree Protectors (24 inches long)

Botanical Name: Z-Spiral Tree Protectors

Grandpa now ships FREE tree wraps with each tree ordered, since he thinks these are so important to protect your young trees from "critter damage". So, you do not need to order these unless you need extras for other trees.<


Plum 3N1 Combo Tree

Plum 3N1 Combo Tree

Botanical Name: Prunus 'Combo or "Fruit Cocktail" Plum'

3N1 Combo Plums may have more than three live varieties budded to them, but Grandpa markets them all as 3N1s.  So if you have 4 or more, you are lucky and very welcome--- no extra charge!

Choose a combination which will be suitab


Potomac Pear

Potomac Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Potomac'
Potomac has moderate sized, light green fruit with a buttery, fine textured flesh. The flavor is pleasingly subacid with a mild aroma. Trees are moderately vigorous with good fireblight resistance.

Prairie Spy Apple

Prairie Spy Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Prairie Spy'

Prairie Spy is an attractive Northern Spy-type apple.  It has large fruit that are red over a yellow background.  The fruit is very crisp, juicy, and have an excellent flavor.  It can be used for most purposes.  It stores well


Precious Apricot

Precious Apricot

Botanical Name: Prunus armeniaca 'Precious'

Precious is a very hardy variety that is smallish, yellow orange and with softer flesh.  Good for cold marginal areas.  It ripens in mid-season and is self-fertile.


President Plum

President Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'President'
The President plum is a late ripening fruit that is a large, round to oblong fruit with blue-black skin. Flesh is fine-textured and yellow. It is a vigorous, upright tree that is a heavy producer. It is one of the last plums to ripen in the season.

Pristine® Apple

Pristine® Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Pristine®'
Grandpa's Nature Friendly™ Pristine® is one of the best early disease resistant varieties for the garden. It is a very early ripening yellow apple that resembles Yellow Transparent in appearance, but is much firmer, less acid, and bette

Profusion Flowering Crabapple

Profusion Flowering Crabapple

Botanical Name: Malus z 'Profusion Crab'

Profusion Crab has beautiful red buds that open to a purplish red bloom, and fade to purply-pink.  The small, one-half inch fruits are deep red and persist on the tree through most of the winter.