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Santa Rosa Japanese Plum

Santa Rosa Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Santa Rosa'
Grandpa's Choice(TM) Santa Rosa Plum is an old-time proven favorite. Large, round red fleshed fruit and very sweet and juicy. Very high quality fruit suitable for eating or canning. The tree is fast growing and vigorous. Somewhat self-fruitful, b

Satsuma Japanese Plum

Satsuma Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Satsuma'
The Satsuma plum has medium to large, round, dark red fruit with a small pit. The firm, juicy fruit has a sweet and levely flavor that is excellent for frest eating, cooking, canning or preserves. It ripens in early to mid-season.

Saturn (Peento or Donut) Peach

Saturn (Peento or Donut) Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Saturn'

Saturn is a white-fleshed, freestone peach with a tangy flavor. When it's pit is removed, the peach looks like a doughnut, or like Saturn's rings. The tree is vigorous, spreading, and resistant to bacterial leaf spot. Ripens in late July, early Au


Schneider Dark Sweet Cherry

Schneider Dark Sweet Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus avium 'Schneider'
Schneider Dark Sweet Cherry is a late ripening cherry that is very crack resistant. It is large and firm.

Seckel Pear

Seckel Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Seckel'
Seckel is commonly called a Sugar Pear and although it isn't the prettiest fruit, it is one of the best quality dessert pears. It is small and yellowish brown with fine grained, smooth, and extremely sweet juicy flesh. It has a distinctive, spicy, ri

Shenandoah Pear

Shenandoah Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Shenandoah'

Shenandoah is a fire blight resistant European pear that ripens in mid-late September, about a month after Bartlett.  It is a large pear that has a Bartlett like shape.  The fuit has greenish-yellow skin speckled with dot


Shinsui Asian Pear

Shinsui Asian Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus pyrifolia 'Shinsui'

Shinsui is one of the earliest ripening Asian pears, ripening before Shinseiki in mid-August.  The fruit is medium sized, globular to oblate, with smooth yellow skin covered in an orange-brown russet.  The fruit is crisp


Shiro Japanese Plum

Shiro Japanese Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina 'Shiro'
Grandpa's Choice™ Shiro plum, known for its large, round bright yellow fruit has a mild sweet flavor. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, canning, preserves and desserts, it is a consistant bearer of fruit. It is one of the earliest rip

Spartan Apple

Spartan Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Spartan'
Spartan was always one of Grandpa's favorites. It is very McIntosh-like looking and tasting, but is much firmer and keeps better. It picks a couple weeks later in the early fall. The fruit is medium to large, with a dark red mahogany color and a m

Stanley Prune

Stanley Prune

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'Stanley'

Grandpa's Choice ™ Stanley prune is a fine prune-type plum with excellent quality suited for fresh eating, canning, preserves and drying. Fruit is large in size, with dark blue skin and a greenish-yellow, fine grained flesh. The tree is earl


Stayman Apple

Stayman Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Stayman'
Red Stayman is a real old time variety that is still very popular in the south. It is a medium to large apple with a tart, rich, wine-like flavor. The fruit is a dull red, and the skin is often rather rough, not taking a real shine like most apples

Stella Self-fertile Dark Sweet Cherry

Stella Self-fertile Dark Sweet Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus avium 'Stella'
Grandpa's Choice™ Stella Dark Sweet Cherry is a large, good quality fruit from vigorous and productive trees. It is self-fertile so requires no pollinators. It is somewhat susceptible to cracking.

STELLAR® - Allstar™ Peach

STELLAR® - Allstar™ Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Allstar™'
Allstar® ripens mid-season between Loring and Cresthaven. This peach has an 80-100% rich, bright red, blushed skin with a very firm, clear yellow flesh. Resistant to both bacterial spot and peach canker, this tree is also very high yielding with a me

STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach

STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Autumnstar® Peach'
Autumnstar® is an excellent new addition to the Stellar® peach line that ripens late in the season in mid-September, after Rio-Osa-Gem. It is large and firm. The fruit is mostly red over a yellow background. It has good flavor and can be used for

STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach

STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Risingstar® Peach'
Risingstar® ripens about 5-7 days ahead of Red Haven and is a large, round, freestone peach with an 80% rich, red color. Flesh is yellow with a pleasing sugar/acid flavor balance. The tree is spreading and very hardy, with resistance to bacterial spo

STELLAR® - Starfire® Peach

STELLAR® - Starfire® Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'STELLAR® - Starfire®'
Starfire™ is a very hardy, grower friendly tree with resistance to bacterial spot and canker. This heavy cropper will produce an 80% red peach with yellow, non-browning flesh, great flavor and storage characteristics. It ripens a few days afte

Sugar Prune Plum (European)

Sugar Prune Plum (European)

Botanical Name: Prunus domestica 'Sugar'
Sugar Prune is an old-timey European prune. It is only medium size, with reddish purple fruit and greenish yellow flesh. It gets its name by being so sweet and highly flavored when ripe.

Suncrest Peach

Suncrest Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Suncrest'
Suncrest Peach is an excellent choice for western areas. It ripens in mid-season about 10 days before Elberta and a few days before Cresthaven. It has large, round, firm fleshed, freestone fruit. It is sweet and very tasty. Mostly red over a yell

Sunrise Pear

Sunrise Pear

Botanical Name: Pyrus communis 'Sunrise'

Sunrise is a fire blight resistant early season pear that ripens a couple weeks before Bartlett, close to Clapp's Favorite time.  It has a yellow skin with a slight pink blush and little russetting.  The fruit has a sweet


Sunset Bing® Dark Sweet Cherry

Sunset Bing® Dark Sweet Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus avium 'Sunset Bing'
Sunset Bing® is a very late ripening sport of the famous Bing cherry. It has all the same qualites, but ripens 3-4 weeks later! It is a good variety to finish off the cherry season with.

Superior Hybrid Plum

Superior Hybrid Plum

Botanical Name: Prunus salicina hybrid 'Superior'
Grandpa's Choice ™ Superior plum got it's name for a reason! This Japanese x American hybrid was selected for it's extreme size, vigor and hardiness. The tree grows faster and larger than most and has a large, golden fruit that develops

Supermont Tart Cherry

Supermont Tart Cherry

Botanical Name: Prunus cerasus 'Supermont'

SuperMont™ Tart Cherry is a larger version of the standard Montmorency cherry.  It is approximately 30% larger fruit, but with the same qualities and ripening season.


Sweet Cap® Peento Peach

Sweet Cap® Peento Peach

Botanical Name: Prunus persica 'Sweet Cap®'
Sweet Cap® is a new peento-type or "donut" peach. It is flat with almost no pit, like a normal peach. It has attractive large, white fleshed fruit that are rosey red on a creamy white background. The white flesh is very firm and fine eating. It i

Sweet Sixteen Apple

Sweet Sixteen Apple

Botanical Name: Malus domestica 'Sweet Sixteen'
"Sweet Sixteen is a popular apple for very cold northern regions. It ripens in early fall, just ahead of Honeycrisp™. It is crisp and juicy with an exotic yellow flesh and a very sweet, unusual sugar cane or spicy cherry candy flavor. The fru