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Api Etoile
Apple

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Malus spp. Winter. European heirloom. Popular for its unusual shape and prized for its flavor and storage ability. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more

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Black Twig
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall. A popular historic variety from the South. Great for fresh eating, cider and cooking. Reaches peak flavor in storage. Natural resistance to many pests and diseases. Z4. read more

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Fameuse
Apple

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Malus spp. Early Fall. Also called Snow. Ruby-red fruit with tender white flesh. Excellent fresh eating, sauce and fresh cider. Keeps until late December. Z3. read more

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Hunt Russet
Apple

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Malus spp Winter. One of America’s oldest varieties, once important commercially. Excellent flavor. Stores very well! Z4. read more

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Jonathan
Apple

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Malus spp Fall-Winter. A very high-quality all-purpose apple. Medium-sized red fruit is firm, juicy, crisp, tender, aromatic and mildly tart. Stores all winter. Z4. read more

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Kandil Sinap
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall-Winter. Originated in Turkey. Unusual tall, narrow shape. Sweet-tart with high flavor. Suitable for smaller gardens and yards. Z4. read more

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Lady
Apple

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Malus spp Winter. This French heirloom was said to be carried in pockets of women as perfume. Prized as a culinary apple for holiday foods. Z4. read more

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Moses Wood
Apple

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Malus spp Late Summer. Rare Maine heirloom. Fine-grained tender juicy flesh. All-purpose tart fresh-eating, cooking & pies. Vigorous productive tree. Z4. read more

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Otterson
Apple

Malus spp Fall. Bittersharp cider apple. Among the best red-fleshed varieties. Prized for its size, vigor, disease resistance and deep red juice high in anthocyanins and antioxidants. Z4. read more

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Pinova
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall. Modern apple bred for disease resistance, shelf life and flavor. Great fresh eating. Flesh stays white when sliced. Easy-to-grow annual producer. Z4. read more

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Pound Sweet
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall. Famous New England cooking apple. Firm coarse flesh tinged with yellow. Sweet unusual flavor. Z4. read more

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Red Delicious
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall. You may know it as the mealy, tasteless apple of cafeteria lunches. When homegrown and eaten fresh, it's wonderfully sweet, aromatic and crunchy! Z4. read more

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Ribston Pippin
Apple

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Malus spp. Fall-Winter. Medium-large, sharp, crisp, rich, aromatic dessert apple. Also good in cider. Great fresh eating till January. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more

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Rolfe
Apple

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Malus spp Early Fall. Medium-sized fruit is firm, sweet, mild. Excellent fresh eating and cooking. Similar to Mac. Keeps through the fall. Blooms midseason. Z3/4. read more

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Spencer
Apple

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Malus spp Late Fall-Winter. Relatively unknown dessert apple. Yellow fruit blushed with light scarlet red is crisp, firm, juicy and sweet. Decent keeper. Z4. read more

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Windham Russet
Apple

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Malus spp Late Fall. Distinctly bumpy rough texture. Highly flavored. Excellent dessert apple for the connoisseur. Z4. read more

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Banane Amere
Cider Apple

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Malus spp. Early Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. Discovered by Claude Jolicoeur, author of The New Cider Maker’s Handbook. Very bitter. Z3. read more

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Bilodeau (Trail)
Cider Apple

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Malus spp. Late Summer-Early Fall. Bittersharp cider apple, also good for fresh eating and jelly. Popularized by Claude Jolicoeur, author of The New Cider Maker’s Handbook. Z3. read more

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Edna
Cider Apple

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Malus spp. Fall. Bittersharp cider apple. Introduced by Cornish Cider Company here in Maine. Medium acid, high tannins, high sugar content. Z4. read more

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Piel de Sapa
Cider Apple

Malus spp. Fall. Bittersharp cider apple from Spain. Name means ‘toad skin,’. Semi-sharp, astringent, aromatic. Z4. read more

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Somerset Redstreak
Cider Apple

Malus spp. Early Fall. Medium bittersweet English cider apple. Makes a good single-variety cider but best blended. Heavy cropper. Z4/5. read more

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‘Sweet Cherry Pie’
Pie Cherry

Prunus cerasus Summer. A promising modern hardy pie cherry. Tangy rich firm flesh holds up in cooking, makes an awesome pie. Not bad right off the tree. A sweeter pie cherry for your pie cherry collection! PPA. Z4. read more

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Balaton Pie Cherry
Prunus cerasus Summer. Brought to US from Hungary in the 90s during a search for later blooming cherries. One of the best sour cherries for fresh eating and processing! Z4/5. read more

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Mesabi
Pie Cherry

Prunus cerasus Summer. Red skin and lighter red flesh with clear juice. Sweeter than other pie cherries. Recommended for sauce and pies. Z4. read more

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Glenfiddich Heather
Groundcover

Calluna vulgaris 10-12" x 12-18". From a wild specimen found in Scotland in 1962. Lilac-pink flowers July to October. Z4. read more

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Mystery Monarda - Organic
Bee Balm - Medicinal Perennial

Monarda 3-4' tall. Fabulous blooms in a mysterious array of colors ranging from light pink, bright pink, lavender, salmon to magenta. Z3. read more

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Chinese Chestnut
Nut Tree

Castanea mollisima 40-60' x same. Genetically unique seedlings usually produce good-to-excellent nuts in 5-7 years. Resistant to chestnut blight. Z4. read more

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Hybrid Chestnut Seedling
Nut Tree

Castanea 40-60' x 30-40'. Hybrid crosses of mixed parentage. Parent trees show excellent blight resistance. Begins flowering at 3-5 years. Great flavor, high annual nut production. Z4. read more

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Prunus persica Early. Medium-to-large yellow-fleshed semi-clingstone peach with excellent flavor. Recommended for colder districts. Z4/5. read more

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Prunus persica Early. Large juicy sweet yellow-fleshed freestone fruit. Tastes just like a peach should taste! Z5. read more

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Prunus persica 15-25'. Commonly grown as hardy disease-resistant rootstock. Known to grow relatively true to type. Fruit best for processing, decent for fresh eating. Plant for fruit or grafting. Z4. read more

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Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized roundish freestone peach. Bright yellow flesh, soft and juicy. Considered the hardiest peach. Z4 and warm pockets in Z3. read more

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Jesuit
European Pear

Pyrus communis Late Summer-Early Fall. Brought to Great Lakes area by settlers or missionaries in the 1600s. Hundreds once lined the shores of the Detroit River. Resistant to pests and fireblight. Z3. read more

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Pear Seedling
European Pear

Pyrus communis 20-50' (or up to 100'!). Genetically unique seedlings that will bear fruit of variable size, shape and quality for culinary use. Take a chance! Z3. read more

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Gracious
Hybrid Plum

Prunus spp. Late Summer. Yellow-orange firm juicy sweet flesh. Clingstone. Upright spreading tree. Z3/4. read more

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South Dakota Plum
Hybrid Plum

Prunus spp Late Summer. Small-to-medium yellow plum with bright red blush. Medium-firm flesh is meaty, juicy, sweet. Excellent fresh-eating. Fully freestone. Z3. read more

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Hudson’s Golden Gem
Apple Scionwood

This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Beautifully russeted dessert fruit with exceptional flavor. Sweet juicy crisp smooth pear-like flesh. Stores several months. Disease-resistant. Z4. read more

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Priscilla
Apple Scionwood

This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Scab-immune fruit with good sweet flavor. One of the best varieties released by the PRI disease-resistance breeding program. Productive. Z4. read more

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Tumanga
Apple Scionwood

This is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Medium-sized, crisp, juicy, sweet dessert apple from Germany. Intense rich flavor. Stores till midwinter. Z5. read more

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Yarlington Mill
Apple Scionwood

This is a twig for grafting. Fall. Medium-sized medium-bittersweet cider apple. Low-acid aromatic fruity cider. Highly recommended for commercial growers. Z3/4. read more

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Tupelo
Shade Tree

Nyssa sylvatica 40-85' x 20-30'. Medium-sized deciduous tree produces fruits that feed migrating birds. Vibrant fall colors. Can live up to 650 years! Z4. read more

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Yellow Birch
Shade Tree

Betula allegheniensis 60-75' x 40-50'. Deep golden-yellow exfoliating bark glows with a satiny sheen. Twigs make a wonderful tea. Shade-tolerant and adaptable. Native to eastern N. America. Z3. read more

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Ginkgo
Shade Tree

Ginkgo biloba 50-80'. Slow-growing, long-lived tree with unique fan-shaped foliage. Leaf tea used medicinally. Very adaptable and tolerant. Minimal maintenance required. Z5. read more

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Sugar Maple
Shade Tree

Acer saccharum 50-100'. Largest of our native maples. Colorful fall foliage. Valued for shade, syrup and lumber. Boil sap to make real maple syrup. Z3. read more

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Franklin Tree
Small Trees and Shrubs

Franklinia alatamaha 10-20'x15'. Small tree with fragrant flowers and vibrant fall foliage. Plant near walkways to enjoy fragrance. Native to GA but extinct in the wild. Z5. read more

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Bob White
Crabapple - Small Trees and Shrubs

Malus spp. Very old heirloom cultivar. Cherry pink buds fade to light pink before opening to single white 1" flowers in midspring. Small ½" golden fruits attract birds. Z4. read more

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Mattawamkeag
Elderberry - Small Trees and Shrubs

Sambucus canadensis 6-12' x same. Fedco intro. Sourced from a wide swath of plants growing in Aroostook County. Robust elderberry with consistently high fruit yields. Z3. read more

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Kokuso Mulberry
Small Trees and Shrubs

Morus alba x M. rubra 30x20'. Hardy variety with large seedless berries up to 2" long. Great fresh eating. Good for drying. Precocious fruiting. Z4. read more

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Northrop Mulberry
Small Trees and Shrubs

Morus alba 30x20'. One of the hardiest mulberries! Tasty medium-sized fruit ripens over several weeks in midsummer. Self-fruitful grafted cultivar. Z3. read more

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American Persimmon Seedling
Small Trees and Shrubs

Diospyros virginiana 35-60' x 20-35'. Medium-sized native tree produces edible orange fruit used in pies, jams and jelly. May not always ripen north of Boston. Unsexed seedlings—plant two or more for fruit. Z4/5. read more

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Fergie
Saskatoon - Small Trees and Shrubs

Amelanchier stolonifera 3-5' x same. Berries are small but very flavorful—perfect combo of sweet and tangy. Would do well in a rock garden, hedge or thicket. Native. Z4. read more

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Anna (Female)
Kiwi - Vine

Actinidia arguta Female. Also called Ananasnaya. Pineapple-like taste. Tangy and sweet. Heavy yields are late to ripen. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more

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Geneva 3 (Female)
Kiwi - Vine

Actinidia arguta Female. Medium-sized bright green fruits with excellent flavor. Very productive and reliably hardy. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more

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Meader (Male)
Kiwi - Vine

Actinidia arguta Fruitless male kiwi suitable for pollinating arguta females Anna and Geneva 3. Will not pollinate kolomiktas. Z4. read more

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