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Prunus cerasus Summer. French heirloom. Most famous of all pie cherries. Aromatic firm-fleshed bright red fruit makes a clear light pink juice. Great for processing. Z3/4. read more
Prunus avium Summer. PC7146-8 Stella x Beaulieu. WSU, 2003. ...
Highly flavorful large firm deep red cherry resembles Bing. Neighbors reported that
Prunus avium Early Summer. Originated in North Caucasus of southwestern Russia and brought to England in 1794, landed in U.S. markets in 1848. ...
Prunus avium Summer. NY 32. NY Stn, Andersen and Brown, Geneva, 2008. ...
Large juicy sweet cherry with just enough tart for a perfect balance.
Prunus avium Summer. Chance seedling. Stark Bros Nursery intro, Louisiana, MO, about 1932. Also called ... Stark Gold or Stark Gold Sweet Cherry. read more
Prunus avium Summer. Large sweet fruit. Vigorous, productive, upright; bears consistently in central Maine. Self-pollinating, but benefits from second variety. Z4/5. read more
Prunus avium Summer. Empress Eugenie x open-pollinated. Summerland Res & Dev Ctr, BC, Canada, 1944. ...
Bing-type, almost black, medium to large fruit
Prunus avium Summer. NY 13688 (Emperor Francis x Stella) NY Stn, 2001. Also known as ... Newfane.
From the breeding program in Geneva, NY, another
Prunus persica Late. Fruit Acres intro, Coloma, MI. A newer ... white-fleshed release from the Stellar Peach breeding program in Michigan, late 1990s. read more
Prunus persica Late. Firm melting aromatic yellow freestone peach. Hardy. Resistant to leaf spot. Blooms late. Z3/4. read more
Prunus persica Mid-Late. MI Ag Exp Stn, 1963. ...
Very round medium-large yellow fruit with a red blush and yellow sweet juicy flesh. Freestone.
Prunus persica Late. Medium-large fruit with fine-textured juicy flesh. Excellent sweet rich flavor. Freestone, good canner. Ripens late Sept. Very productive. Z4. read more
Prunus persica Early-Mid. JH Hale x Cumberland. NJ Ag Exp Stn, 1936. ...
white-fleshed peach is aromatic with sweet exceptional flavor, read more
Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized round peach with sweet firm yellow flesh. Excellent for eating, freezing, canning, shipping. Z4. read more
Prunus spp. Midsummer. Large 2" round early-ripening high-quality hardy blue-black dessert plum. Very sweet juicy reddish-purple semi-freestone flesh. Z3. read more
Prunus spp. Midsummer. Purple Heart x unnamed red-leaf plum. Elwin Meader intro, Rochester, NH, 1968. ...
Red-orange medium-sized fruit with soft
Prunus spp. Late Summer. ... P. sal. Burbank x P. nigra. Canada Dept of Ag Res Stn, Ottawa, 1941.
Large dark rosy-red clingstone fruit. Yellow flesh
Prunus spp. Summer. ... P. a. x P. simonii. NE Hansen intro, Brookings, SD, 1908.
Medium-sized bright red fruit with a heavy bluish bloom. Firm
Prunus spp. Mid-Late Summer. Large red-purple plums with translucent yellow-orange tart flesh. Clingstone. Good fresh eating or canning. Bears reliably. Z3. read more
Prunus spp. Late Summer. Roundish tender thin-skinned yellow plum sometimes blushed with a little pink. Tender yellow juicy flesh. Freestone. Z3/4. read more
Prunus spp. Mid-Late Summer. Rare! Meaty amber flesh with notes of papaya and caramel. Semi-freestone and crack resistant. Highly vigorous growth. Z4. read more
Prunus spp. Midsummer. Purple-red fruit with yellow-bleeding-to-red firm flesh. Grower Jesse Stevens says it has “skin less sour than many other hybrids, but still a good amount of zing.” Blooms earl read more
Prunus spp. Early Summer. Golden-orange flesh is firm and apricot flavored. Half-freestone. One of the first hybrids to ripen in summer. Z3/4. read more
Prunus spp. Late Summer. Large deep red plum with a golden blush. Juicy yellow flesh, excellent sweet flavor. Skin peels easily. Clingstone. Z3. read more
Prunus spp. Late Summer. Medium-sized clingstone fruit. Meaty, mild and rich with no astringency. One of the most delicious plums! Z4/5. read more
Prunus spp. Late Summer. Medium-sized rosy-red plums are sweet, distinctive, meaty and flavorful. Somewhat freestone. Extremely vigorous tree. Z3. read more
Prunus spp. Midsummer. Large, somewhat pointed, reddish-maroon fruit. Sweet tender juicy orange flesh. Delicious. Z3. read more
Prunus americana Very decent red, yellow and orange 1" plums, suitable for fresh eating, canning and freezing. May be the best pollinator for hybrid plums. Z3. read more
Small Trees and Shrubs
Prunus maritima 6' x 5-6'. Rounded dense suckering shrub found along ocean beaches. Showy white blooms in spring. Edible plums in late summer. Plant two for fruit. Z3. read more
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Prunus glandulosa 5-6' x 3-4' Abundant pink double flowers in late April when little else is blooming. This arresting little shrub, an old... read more
Prunus tomentosa 6-10' x same. Broad dense highly ornamental fruiting shrub blooms early. Excellent hedge and edible landscape plant. Plant two or more for pollination. Z2. read more
Prunus cerasifera (Plum) Seedling rootstock for European plums. Not recommended for American or hybrid plums. Z3....
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Prunus americana Seedling rootstock for American, Japanese or hybrid plums. Also recommended for grafting peaches. Produces very decent fruit without grafting. Z3. read more
Prunus avium The rootstock for grafting sweet and pie cherries. Z4/5. read more