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Ambrosia Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 7
Ripens: First half of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Mostly red blush with some green remaining around the top and bottom
Flesh: Cream coloured. Slow to turn brown. Fine, crisp texture.
Flavour: Sweet. Honeyed. Aromatic. Sub-acid.
Usage: Good for fresh eating and salads

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Cortland Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 3 – 6
Ripens: Second half of September
Fertility: Need a pollinator
Skin Colour: Mostly red with some light green
Flesh: Cream-white. Firm and crisp.
Flavour: Fruity. Light and juicy.
Usage: Good for eating and desserts

 

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Ginger Gold Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 7
Ripens: Second half of August
Fertility: Need a pollinator
Skin Colour: Greenish Gold
Flesh: Cream coloured. Does not turn brown after cutting.
Flavour: Mild and Sweet
Usage: Good for fresh eating and desserts

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Golden Delicious Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 9
Ripens: First half of October
Fertility: Self-pollinating
Skin Colour: Pale yellow-gold, sometimes with pinkish blush. Somewhat prone to russeting.
Flesh: Creamy white
Flavour: Mild and sweet
Usage: Good for eating and processing

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Golden Russet Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 8
Ripens: End of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Golden bronze with russet orange-brown covering
Flesh: Yellow
Flavour: Very flavourful with sugary juice
Usage: Good for fresh eating, drying, cooking, and cider

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Granny Smith Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: First half of November
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Grass green
Flesh: White. Crisp and juicy.
Flavour: Tart with some sweetness
Usage: Excellent for fresh eating, salads, cooking, and baking

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Honeycrisp Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: End of September
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Red with a patch of yellow-green. Mottled red striped over yellow-green base
Flesh: Cream coloured. Explosively crisp with a coarse texture.
Flavour: Sweet. Mildly aromatic. Sub-acid.
Usage: Excellent fresh eating. Good for desserts.

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Imperial Gala Apple(while quantities last)

Zone: 5 - 8
Ripens: Middle of September
Fertility: Need a pollinator
Skin Colour: Red with reddish-orange striping and freckles
Flesh: Pale yellow. Very firm.
Flavour: Sweet. Mildly aromatic.
Usage: Best for fresh eating.

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Imperial Red Delicious Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: Beginning of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Ruby red
Flesh: Yellowish white
Flavour: Strong sweet flavour but somewhat soft texture
Usage: Good for eating fresh and in salads. Not so good for cooking.

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Jonamac Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 3 – 6
Ripens: First half of September
Fertility: Need a pollinator
Skin Colour: Red with some yellow green
Flesh: Cream coloured
Flavour: Aromatic. Tart. Fresh.
Usage: Good for fresh eating, salads, and pies

 

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Nova Spy Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 3-6
Ripens: Middle of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Red blush, striped, on a greenish-yellow base
Flesh: Creamy yellow
Flavour: Moderately acidic with a hint of vanilla
Usage: An excellent all-purpose apple

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Red Jonagold Apple (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: First half of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator (Do not use Golden Delicious)
Skin Colour: Redder than Jonagold but still striped over a yellow base.
Flesh: Creamy white. Firm. Crisp.
Flavour: Sweet. Tart. Aromatic.
Usage: Good for fresh eating, cooking, processing.

 
Hedelfingen

Hedelfingen Cherry (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: Last week of July
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Stella, Bing, Van, Vista, Napoleon, Valera, Vandalay
Skin Colour: Very dark red
Flesh: Black. One of the softer varieties.
Flavour: Sweet. Has some tartness to it.
Usage: Excellent for fresh eating, and pastries

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Stella Cherry (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 8
Ripens: Second half of July
Fertility: Self Pollinating – good pollinator for other varieties of sweet cherry
Skin Colour: Dark red, almost black
Flesh: Black
Flavour: Sweet. Rich flavour.
Usage: Excellent for fresh eating, and pastries

Sweetheart

Sweetheart Cherry (while quantities last)

Zone: 
Ripens: middle to late summer, late season

 Fertility:  self-fertile
Skin Colour:  bright red outer skin and heart-like shape
Flesh:  very juicy with a firm texture
Flavour: sugary sweet flavor with a well balanced tart finish
Usage:  fresh eating, but also suitable for cooked applications in both sweet or savory dishes, ideal for preserves and baked goods

Van

Van Cherry (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 9
Ripens: Last week of July
Fertility: Needs a pollinator- Stella, Bing, Vista, Napoleon, Hedelfingen
Skin Colour: Dark glossy red
Flesh: Black. Juicy.
Flavour: Sweet
Usage: A good cherry for fresh eating, and cooking

Vandalay

Vandalay Cherry(while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 9
Ripens: Middle of July
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Stella, Bing, Van, Vista, Napoleon, Hedelfingen
Skin Colour: Wine red
Flesh: Dark red. Softer than Bing. Purple juice.
Flavour: Sweet. Sweeter than Hedelfingen.
Usage: A good cherry for fresh eating, and pastries

 
 
Fantasia

Fantasia Nectarine (while quantities last)

Zone: 5-9
Ripens: Middle of September
Fertility: Self-pollinating
Skin Colour: Mostly red over yellow. Smooth.
Flesh: Yellow. Firm. Freestone.
Flavour: Tangy when picked early. Sweet when picked later.
Usage: Good for fresh eating, desserts, canning, and preserves

Harblaze

Harblaze Nectarine (while quantities last)

Zone: 
Ripens: late season 
Fertility: 
Skin Colour: Large, almost fully red fruits

Flesh: tends to soften quickly near maturity during final swell, sweet, sour flesh

Flavour: 
Usage:

 

Babygold

Babygold 5 Peach (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: Beginning of September
Fertility: Self-pollinating
Skin Colour: Red marbling over dull yellow base
Flesh: Yellow with some red around the pit. Clingstone.
Flavour: Sweet
Usage: A good peach for processing

Vulcan

Vulcan Peach (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 9
Ripens: Beginning of August
Fertility: Self-pollinating
Skin Colour: Mostly red over yellow
Flesh: Yellow. Non-melting. Clingstone.
Flavour: Moderately sweet
Usage: Primarily a canning peach but also good for fresh eating

 
Anjou

Anjou Pear (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 7
Ripens: Beginning of October
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Bartlett
Skin Colour: Light green
Flesh: White. Fine-textured.
Flavour: Mild taste with delicate aroma
Usage: Excellent dessert pear

Bosc

Bosc Pear (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 – 8
Ripens: Second half of September
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Flemish Beauty, Bartlett
Skin Colour: Dark tan colour with russeting
Flesh: Yellowish-white. Smooth. Dense. Crunchy.
Flavour: Rich. Slightly acidic.
Usage: Excellent dessert pear. Good for cooking.

Clapp

Clapp Pear (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 8
Ripens: Second half of August
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Bosc, Bartlett
Skin Colour: Yellow with red blush and russet specks
Flesh: White
Flavour: Sweet. Highly flavoured.
Usage: Good for fresh eating, desserts, and canning

 
Early Golden

Early Golden Plum (while quantities last)

Zone: 5 - 9
Ripens: End of July
Fertility: Needs a pollinator – Burbank, Ohishi, Vanier, Ozark Premier
Skin Colour: Yellow with red blush
Flesh: Golden. Freestone.
Flavour: Sweet
Usage: Good for fresh eating, preserves, drying, and canning

Italian

Italian Plum (while quantities last)

Zone: 4 – 8
Ripens: Second half of September
Fertility: Self pollinating
Skin Colour: Purple-black
Flesh: Greenish-yellow. Freestone. Juicy.
Flavour: Sweet
Usage: Good for fresh eating, preserves, drying, and canning