A new variety of Canadian pear that’s crisp, juicy and very flavourful, with a higher resistance to disease and a longer storage life than other varieties. Keeps well throughout the winter.
Medium-sized red fruit with hard, crisp and tart flesh. Good eating and cider apple. Good hardiness. Stores well. Ripens early October.
A crisp and juicy red-streaked apple excellent for fresh eating and cooking. Flesh is firm and sweet. Very disease resistant. Ripens late September.
A large pear with greenish-yellow skin blushed in red. Flesh is coarse, crisp, juicy and delicious right off the tree. Pears ripen around mid-October. Self-pollinating.
Large, bright red fruit excellent for pies and jams. Tart flavour lends itself well to cooking, canning and baking. Ripens early July. Self-pollinating.
Seckel has small russet coloured fruits with a juicy flesh that’s sweet and flavourful. One of the best dessert or canning pears. Ripens early September. Bosc good pollinator.
A greenish-yellow skinned apple that’s heavily streaked and blushed with red. Flesh is crisp and juicy on this dessert or baking apple. Long-keeping. Ripens early October.
A very flavourful apricot, juicy and sweet. Excellent quality for freezing, drying or canning. Skin is light orange, flesh is firm and golden colour. Matures early July. Self-pollinating.
Sweet, crunchy apples with a long storage life. This is a favourite eating apple with excellent flavour. Spring flowers are attractive to bees.
Italian, Early Golden, Burbank and Santa Rosa have been combined to create this beautiful specialty plant.