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Brookgold Plum

Picture Not AvailableEarly season, smaller ( 2.5 - 3 cm) freestone plum with golden yellow skin with yellow flesh. Pollinate with Nanking Cherry or other Japanese plums (salicina) . Good for eating and canning. Requires well drained soils.
Common NameBrookgold PlumBotanical NamePrunus salicina
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Brookred Plum

Picture Not AvailableLater season, larger (4-5 cm) red plum with orange flesh. Pollinate with Opata, Pembina or Western Sand Cherry. Good for eating and cooking. Requires well drainined soil.
Common NameBrookred PlumBotanical NamePrunus nigra x salicina 'Brookred'
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Carmine Jewel Sour Cherry

Picture Not AvailableTart, crimson red fruit ripens in late summer. Fruit is excellent for baking and canning.
Common NameCarmine Jewel Sour CherryBotanical NamePrunus x kerrasis 'Carmine Jewel'
Height4 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Casino Apricot

Casino ApricotA hardy apricot that produces meaty and smooth tasting fruit. Good for eating fresh or preserves. Fruit is golden yellow and ripens late August.
Common NameCasino ApricotBotanical NamePrunus mandshurica 'Durgarfield'
Height4 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Combination Apple

Picture Not AvailableGrafting of 3 -4 different varieties on one root stock provides a unique plant. Provides a great chance to try doing an espalier tree.
Common NameCombination AppleBotanical NameMalus combination
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Combination Plum

Picture Not AvailableSelf pollinating as the 3 varieties will pollinate each other.
Common NameCombination PlumBotanical NamePrunus
Height3 - 5 mSpread3 - 5 m
Hardiness ZoneFoliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Cupid Cherry Tree

Picture Not AvailableThis selection of Sour cherry is from the University of Saskatchewan Fruit program.  Small semi sweet bright red cherries are excellent for pies, jams or eating fresh.  Available in Shrub or Tree form.
Common NameCupid Cherry TreeBotanical NamePrunus kerassis 'Cupid'
Height2 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourDark Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitUpright Spreading
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Early Gold Pear

Early Gold PearAn introduction form Jefferies Nurseries in Manitoba. Oval canopy with dark glossy gren leaves. White flowers in spring followed by golden yellow fruit in fall. Fruit good for eating and preserves.
Common NameEarly Gold PearBotanical NamePyrus ussuriensis 'Jefgold'
Height6 mSpread4.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Evans Sour Cherry TF

Evans Sour Cherry TFSelf pollinating cherry that originated in the Edmonton area. Semi-sweet fruit good for jams, canning, pies and eating. Tree form.
Common NameEvans Sour Cherry TFBotanical NamePrunus cerasus 'Evans'
Height4 mSpread2 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Fall Red Apple

Picture Not AvailableLate September apple. Dull red colour,7-8 cm fruit. Good for eating, cooking and storage
Common NameFall Red AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Fall Red'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationGrowth Habit
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Golden Spice Pear

Picture Not AvailableHardy variety with small fruit. Excellent tree for ornamental use. The blooms are white and the bark is golden. Fall leaf color is orange-red.
Common NameGolden Spice PearBotanical NamePyrus ussuriensis
Height6 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Goodland Apple

Goodland AppleLate season, 6 - 8 cm fruit that is green with red blush. Excellent for eating, cooking and storage.
Common NameGoodland AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Goodland'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Hardi-Mac Apple

Hardi-Mac AppleMid season apple that is good for eating and baking. Bright red with white crispy flesh. Mid September. Fair for keeping.
Common NameHardi-Mac AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Hardi-Mac'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Honeycrisp Apple

Picture Not AvailableLarge, crisp red 7-8 cm red apple that is sweet & juicy. Great eating and stores well. Mid season
Common NameHoneycrisp AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Honeycrisp'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Juliet Sour Cherry

Picture Not AvailableBest sour cherry for fresh eating. Dark red fruit ripens late August.
Common NameJuliet Sour CherryBotanical NamePrunus x kerrasis 'Juliet'
Height2.5 mSpread2 - 3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Mount Royal Plum

Picture Not AvailablePurplish blue fruit with yellow flesh. Good for eating or canning.
Common NameMount Royal PlumBotanical NamePrunus 'Mount Royal'
Height3 - 5 mSpread3 - 5 m
Hardiness ZoneFoliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Norland Apple

Picture Not AvailableEarly season medium sized, sweet fruit with creamy flesh. Good for eating or cooking.
Common NameNorland AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Norland'
Height5 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Pauls Gold Pear

Picture Not AvailableA selection from The Saskatoon Farm in Alberta, this pear is larger than others that we grow. Semi upright growth habit.
Common NamePauls Gold PearBotanical NamePyrus ussuriensis x 'Paul'
Height8 mSpread6 m
Hardiness ZoneFoliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Pembina Plum

Picture Not AvailableLarge oval shaped red plum, with yellow flesh. Excellent for eating. Can be pollinated with Brookred Plum.
Common NamePembina PlumBotanical NamePrunus nigra x salicina 'Pembina'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Pincherry TF

Pincherry TFSmall, upright tree with an oval shape. Showy white blooms in early June. Small bright fruit attracts birds and is good for jelly or syrup. Leaves provide red fall color.
Common NamePincherry TFBotanical NamePrunus pennsylvanica
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourRed
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
Special FeaturesAttracts Birds  

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Red Sparkle Apple

Picture Not AvailableLate August apple. Juicy light green apples with red blush. Great for eating fresh and baking.
Common NameRed Sparkle AppleBotanical NameMalus 'Red Sparkle'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage Colour
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Romeo Sour Cherry

Picture Not AvailableDark red fruit ripens late August. Hardiness issues in rural areas.
Common NameRomeo Sour CherryBotanical NamePrunus x kerrasis 'Romeo'
Height2 mSpread2 - 3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Sapalta Cherry-Plum Tree

Picture Not AvailableA cross between a Sandcherry and Plum, the small red purple fruit from this tree is excellent for Preserves. Cross pollinate with American Plums.
Common NameSapalta Cherry-Plum TreeBotanical NamePrunus x sapalta
Height2.5 mSpread1.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth HabitVase
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September Ruby Apple

Picture Not AvailableLarge 6 - 7 cm bright red fruit with light green ribbing. Greenish crisp sweet juicy flesh. Good for eating and keeping. Ripens Mid season.
Common NameSeptember Ruby AppleBotanical NameMalus 'September Ruby'
Height5 mSpread4 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Ure Pear

Picture Not Available2" greenish yellow fruit ripens in Mid-September. Fruit is firm and juicy, good for eating or canning.
Common NameUre PearBotanical NamePyrus x 'Ure'
Height5 mSpread3 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGlossy Green
Flower ColourWhiteFall ColourOrange-Red
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Valentine Sour Cherry

Picture Not AvailableThis sour cherry is quite tart, but is good for baking. Medium red fruit ripen late August. Can sucker.
Common NameValentine Sour CherryBotanical NamePrunus x kerrasis 'Valentine'
Height2.5 mSpread2.5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 2Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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Westcot Apricot

Picture Not AvailableFreestone, yellow fruit with an orange blush ripens in late August. Mild sweet flavour.
Common NameWestcot ApricotBotanical NamePrunus mandshurica 'Westcot'
Height5 mSpread5 m
Hardiness ZoneZone 3Foliage ColourGreen
Flower ColourWhiteFall Colour
LocationSunshineGrowth Habit
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