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Apples

Apple
Baldwin
103 Winter. Large crisp juicy fruit. Excellent for fresh eating, cooking, and hard cider. Keeps till spring. Biennial bearer. Z4. read more
Apple
Blenheim Orange
108 Fall. Large, crisp and juicy apple for dessert or culinary use. Keeps until about mid-December. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Calville Blanc d’Hiver
114 Winter. Large fruit with fine-grained juicy flesh. Famous dessert and cooking apple. All-purpose. Keeps till midwinter. Z4. read more
Apple
Chestnut
118 Early Fall. Firm, crisp, juicy dessert crab excellent for fresh eating, pickles and sauce. Stores a month. Beautiful mid-late blooms. Z3. read more
Apple
Dudley Winter
125 Fall. Originated in Maine. Fruit is firm but tender, juicy and aromatic. For fresh eating and cooking. Keeps into winter. Natural semi-dwarf. Z3. read more
Apple
Esopus Spitzenburg
126 Fall-Winter. Medium-large, slightly tart, crisp and juicy. Thomas Jefferson’s favorite. Good acid source for cider. All-purpose. Good keeper. Z4. read more
Apple
Frostbite
130 Fall-Winter. The most distinctive, complex, unusually flavored apple you'll ever try! Hardy, productive, reliable. A staff favorite. Z3. read more
Apple
Golden Russet
131 Winter. Medium-sized russet apple. The champagne of cider apples, and excellent for eating. Keeps well into spring. Scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Apple
GoldRush
132 Winter. Medium-to-large dessert apple is hard, very crisp, juicy, tart. Keeps till May. Highly disease-resistant. Blooms midseason to late. Z4. read more
Apple
Gray Pearmain
135 Fall-Winter. Medium size, firm white juicy mildly tart flesh. Delicious distinct pear flavor. Keeps all winter. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple
Grimes Golden
136 Fall. Medium-sized tart citrusy crisp dense firm fruit. Excellent for dessert and cooking. All-purpose. Good keeper. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Apple
Honeycrisp
137 Winter. Medium-large apple. Sweet, juicy, snappy fresh eating. Keeps up to seven months. Tends to bear annually. Scab-resistant. Z3. read more
Apple
Hurlbut
138 Late Fall. A very good fall dessert and cooking variety. Smallish red striped apple with dotted blush. Fine, tender, crisp, very juicy, aromatic, mildly subacid. Z7. read more
Apple
Keepsake
140 Winter. Medium-sized dessert apple is hard, crisp, juicy and sweet. One of the best keepers. Blooms late. Z3. read more
Apple
King David
142 Fall-Winter. Medium-sized intensely flavored apple is fine, juicy and tender. Keeps till January. Blooms early-midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Liberty
144 Late Summer-Fall. Medium size, crisp white flesh. All-purpose. Keeps till late fall. Scab-immune. Annual bearer, begins at early age. Z4. read more
Apple
McIntosh
147 Fall. The most important apple in the Northeast. Delicious and aromatic. All-purpose. Annual bearer. Very susceptible to scab. Z4. read more
Apple
Milden
148 Fall-Winter. Large size with coarse juicy sparkly crisp and melting flesh. All-purpose; famous for winter pies. Keeps until spring. Z3. read more
Apple
Mother
151 Fall. Medium-large fruit is very juicy and sweet with a balsamic aroma. Potential for commercial popularity. Keeps into January. Blooms mid-late season. Z4. read more
Apple
Rhode Island Greening
171 Fall-Winter. Large, crisp and tart. Classic New England cooking apple; also great fresh eating. Keeps well into winter. Z4. read more
Apple
Ribston Pippin
172 Fall-Winter. Medium-large, sharp, crisp, rich, aromatic dessert apple. Also good in cider. Great fresh eating till January. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Rubicon
175 Winter. Also called Paw Paw. A fine all-purpose apple. Excellent for fresh eating and pies. Good keeper. Extremely hardy. Z3. read more
Apple
Sidrunkollane Talioun
203 Late Summer. Medium-large blocky yellow fruit from Estonia. Best suited for cooking. Ripens mid-September. Precocious. Z4. read more
Apple
Sweet Sixteen
180 Fall. Medium-sized apple. Sweet, nutty and spicy flavors. Fine-textured crisp flesh. Keeps till midwinter. Some resistance to scab. Z3. read more
Apple
Tolman Sweet
183 Fall-Early Winter. One of the first American varieties. Unforgettably peculiar sweet flavor. Very low acidity. Truly all-purpose. Z4. read more
Apple
Washington Royal
187 Winter. Very rare! Medium-large fruit with whitish crisp tender juicy subacid flesh. Recommended fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Apple
Wealthy
188 Fall. Medium-sized. Perfect texture and complex flavor. Famous all-purpose variety. Especially good pies. Small-med size tree. Z3. read more
Apple
White Pippin
190 Winter. Very rare! Recommended both for home use and market sales. Large fruit is firm, tender, crisp, juicy, sprightly tart. Should keep well. Blooms midseason. Z3/4. read more
Apple
Wolf River
198 Fall. Huge fruit with firm but tender flesh. Aromatic tart flavor. Famous old-time apple. Excellent cooking and drying. Scab-resistant. Z3. read more

Cider Apples

Cider Apple
Chisel Jersey
223 Late Fall. Small bittersweet cider apple. Medium acidity, highly astringent, harsh and high in tannins. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Dabinett
225 Late Fall. Medium-sized, medium-bittersweet cider apple. One of the most popular cider varieties. Not for eating fresh. Annual bearer. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Fuel Service
227 Fall. Bittersweet cider apple. John Bunker intro. Medium juicy, medium crisp and high in tannins. Not for eating fresh. Uncertain bloom time. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Gnarled Chapman
228 Fall. Large beautiful bittersweet cider apple. Not for eating fresh. Blooms midseason. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Harrison
229 Mid-Late Fall. Medium-small vintage cider apple. Rich firm dry yellow flesh. Famous cider said to be better than champagne! Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Harry Masters Jersey
230 Fall. Medium-large size. Medium-full bittersweet cider apple. Soft astringent tannin. Not for eating fresh. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Kingston Black
232 Fall. Medium-sized bittersharp cider apple. Full-bodied vintage cider with nice blend of acid, tannins and sugar. Decent fresh-eating. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Major
233 Early Fall. Medium-sized full bittersweet cider apple. Sweet, soft, woolly, juicy, bitter. Vigorous tree, scab-resistant. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Porter’s Perfection
235 Late Fall. Small medium-bittersharp cider apple. Heavy cropper. Scab resistant. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Wickson
191 Fall. Small but flavorful. Crisp, juicy, tart, tangy, spicy. Good in hard cider. Keeps until January. Bears young, heavily, annually. Z4. read more
Cider Apple
Yarlington Mill
237 Fall. Medium-sized medium-bittersweet cider apple. Low-acid aromatic fruity cider. Highly recommended for commercial growers. Z3/4. read more

Collections

Collection
Hard Cider Apple Collection
266 Get your cider orchard started with Fedco’s choice of bittersharp and bittersweet apples. All trees individually labeled. Z4. read more

Blueberries

Highbush Blueberries

Highbush Blueberry
Blueray
405 Vaccinium corymbosum Early-Mid. 4-6'. Large firm dark blue berries of high dessert quality in small clusters. Z4. read more
Highbush Blueberry
Chandler
407 Vaccinium corymbosum Mid-Late. 5-6'. Very large excellent dark blue berries. Extended growing season over 4–5 weeks. High-yielding, moderately vigorous. Z5. read more
Highbush Blueberry
Jersey
411 Vaccinium corymbosum Mid-Late. 5-7'. Medium-to-large dark blue berries in large loose clusters. Z4. read more
Highbush Blueberry
Patriot
413 Vaccinium corymbosum Early-Mid. 4'. US3 Large firm blueberries with excellent flavor. Hardy. Z3. read more

Books and Supplies

Agri-gel

Agri-gel
L664 A hydrogel formulation that holds water and adheres to plant roots, reducing transplant shock. Highly recommended for raspberries and conifers. ½ oz. read more

Books

Book
Apples and the Art of Detection
L669 By John Bunker, 2019. 407 pages, softcover. Part travelogue, part mystery and part how-to manual, framed as a Sherlock Holmes detective story. read more
Book
The Apples of New York
L670 By Spencer Ambrose Beach, 1905. 2-volume set, 764 pages, hardcover. Encyclopedia of apples grown in the US before 1900. Essential for apple enthusiasts. read more

T-shirt

T-shirt
Crewneck T-shirts: “It’s Always OK to Be Bitter”
L667 Celebrate your favorite drink with our popular cider T-shirt, featuring John Bunker’s paintings of ten of the most famous cider apples. read more
T-shirt
Fitted T-shirts: “It’s Always OK to Be Bitter”
L668 Celebrate your favorite drink with our popular cider T-shirt, featuring John Bunker’s paintings of ten of the most famous cider apples. read more

Garden Roots

Horseradish

Horseradish
‘Big Top’ Horseradish
L640 Armoracia rusticana Exceptionally vigorous perennial with large dock-like leaves and spicy hot roots for culinary and medicinal use. Z3. read more

Groundcovers

Heather

Heather
‘H.E. Beale’
L623 Calluna vulgaris 1-2' x 1-2'. Miniature urn-shaped double pink flowers August through October. Dark green foliage fades to bronze in winter. Z4. read more

Mushrooms

Mushroom
Almond Agaricus
655 Agaricus subrufescens Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Aroma and flavor reminiscent of almonds. read more
Mushroom
Chicken of the Woods
L657 Laetiporus sulphureus Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Large bright orange fruit bodies have a texture reminiscent of chicken. read more
Mushroom
Golden Oyster
L659 Pleurotus citrinopileatus Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Tropical oyster strain that thrives in warm weather. read more
Mushroom
Grey Oyster
660 Pleurotus ostreatus Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Very popular edible grey-white oyster. Our most productive strain. read more
Mushroom
Italian Oyster
L661 Pleurotus pulmonarius Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. One of the finest culinary oyster mushrooms. read more
Mushroom
Lion’s Mane
L656 Hericium erinaceus Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. White clusters of icicle-like teeth, often found on beech and birch. read more
Mushroom
Shiitake
L658 Lentinula edodes Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Brown umbrella-shaped spongy caps, very nutritious and medicinal. read more
Mushroom
Wine Cap
662 Stropharia rugosoannulata Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Vigorous fruiting bodies. Grow in sawdust beds, wood chips or straw. read more

Tools

Tool
12 mm high speed drill bit with stop collar
L653 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Drills to a set depth for log inoculation. read more
Tool
5/16" low speed drill bit
L651 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Low-speed drill bit for small plug spawn mushroom projects. read more
Tool
8.5 mm high speed drill bit with stop collar
L652 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Drills to a set depth for log inoculation. read more
Tool
Angle Grinder Adapter
L650 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. Use with drill bits to increase speed on large projects. read more
Tool
Inoculation Tool
L649 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. A hand tool for inoculating logs with sawdust spawn. read more
Tool
Sealing Wax 1 lb.
L654 Ships on our regular schedule, between about March 30 and April 23. A clear food-grade cheese wax ideal for sealing holes in inoculated logs. read more

Nut Trees

Walnut

Walnut
Black Walnut
455 Juglans nigra 70-90'. Spectacular shade tree with open rounded crown. Nuts have sweet earthy rich flavor. May begin to bear in 5-10 years. Z4. read more

Peaches

Peach
Reliance
353 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Medium-sized roundish freestone peach. Bright yellow flesh, soft and juicy. Considered the hardiest peach. Z3. read more
Peach
Saturn
354 Prunus persica Early-Mid. Also called doughnut or UFO peaches due to flat shape. White flesh, semi-freestone. Heavy yields. Bred for bud cold-hardiness. Z4/5. read more

Pears

Asian Pears

Asian Pear
Shinseiki
327 Late Summer. Medium-sized Asian pear, with little to no russeting. White crisp flesh. Stores up to three months. Z4/5. read more
Asian Pear
Shinsui
328 Summer. Medium-sized crisp juicy fine-textured very sweet Asian pear. Not as firm as others. Keeps about 6 weeks. Z4/5. read more
Asian Pear
Yoinashi
329 Fall. Large Asian pear with fine-textured off-white crisp juicy aromatic sweet flesh. Z4/5. read more

Perennial Plants

Bunchberry

Bunchberry
L689 Cornus canadensis 3–8" tall. Woodland native with creamy-white flowers that form clusters of edible scarlet berries. Stunning en masse. Attracts wildlife. Z2. read more

Daylilies

Daylily
‘Fooled Me’
L772 Hemerocallis 24" tall. Outlandish 5½" flowers with golden-yellow bases, standout sienna-red eye-rings and matching picotee edges. High bud count and bold colors! Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Little Business’
L704 Hemerocallis 12–15" tall. Dusky raspberry-red flowers. Fabulous paired in bouquets with Little Grapette and Siloam June Bug. Z2. read more
Daylily
‘Simmons Overture’
L708 Hemerocallis 24" tall. Giant lavender-rose flowers. Considered a “super-bloomer”—300+ blooms from established plants. Z2. read more

Garden Peonies

Garden Peony
‘Festiva Maxima’
L728 Paeonia lactiflora 3' tall. Heavenly scented large double white flowers with a light crimson drizzle upon the central petals. Flowers late spring to early summer. Z3. read more
Garden Peony
‘Sarah Bernhardt’
L729 Paeonia lactiflora 36" tall. Fragrant flowers open with narrow red lines shot onto light rose-pink. One of our favorites! Z3. read more

Hostas

Hosta
‘Lakeside Paisley Print’
L709 Hosta 12" tall and 30" wide. Dramatic design and texture make this hosta a must-have! Unique heart-shaped leaves with wide wavy green margins. Z3. read more
Hosta
Humongous Hostas Mix
L711 Hosta Size matters! A selected mix of GINORMOUS hosta varieties. Each at least 30" tall and up to 80" wide at maturity. Z3. read more

Phlox

Phlox
‘Hercules’
L736 Phlox amplifolia 26-30" tall. Giant fragrant light pink flowers with subtle starry white spokes and darker eyes. Z3. read more

Plums

Plum Seedlings

Plum Seedling
American Plum Seedling
358 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

Shade Trees

Linden

Linden
American Linden
469 Tilia americana 60-80' x same. Tall stately tree with rounded crown and low-hung spreading branches. Sweetly fragrant yellow June flowers. Z3. read more

Maple

Maple
Sugar Maple
461 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

Small Trees and Shrubs

Chokeberries

Chokeberry
Black Chokeberry Seedling
491 Aronia melanocarpa 3-6' x same. Each one is genetically unique. Plant several for an attractive edible hedge. Z3/4. read more
Chokeberry
Red Chokeberry Seedling
488 Aronia arbutifolia 6-10' x 3-6'. Each one is genetically unique. Beautiful in mass plantings and borders. Plant several in a hedge and make the birds happy! Z3/4. read more

Dogwoods

Dogwood
‘Bud’s Yellow’ Dogwood
497 Cornus alba 6-8' x 5-6'. Luminescent yellow stems are brightest in winter. Great for winter arrangements. Adaptable to wide range of soil conditions. Z3. read more
Dogwood
Pagoda Dogwood
498 Cornus alternifolia 20' x 30-35'. Small tree or large multi-stemmed shrub with tiers of horizontal branches and fragrant white 2-3" flower clusters. Z3. read more

Forsythia

Forsythia
‘Northern Gold’ Forsythia
511 Forsythia 6-8' x 5-7'. One of the earliest cultivars to flower in spring. Outstanding golden-yellow flowers. Upright form. Hardy and dependable. Z3. read more

Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle
Northern Bush Honeysuckle
510 Diervilla lonicera 2-4' x 2-5'. Clusters of yellow tubular flowers attract pollinators. Lustrous green leaves emerge with a hint of bronze. Good for erosion control. Z3. read more

Juneberry

Juneberry
‘Regent’ Juneberry
485 Amelanchier alnifolia 4-6' x same. Compact shrub with sweet purple-magenta berries. Z2. read more

Ninebark

Ninebark
‘Center Glow’ Ninebark
552 Physocarpus opulifolius 8-10' x same. An eye-catching pollinator plant with multicolored foliage. Leaves turn burgundy as they mature. Upright rounded habit. Native to eastern U.S. Z3. read more

Roses

Rose
‘Champlain’
570 Rosa 3x3'. Compact bushy shrub-type everblooming rose. Semi-double lightly fragrant velvety red flowers. Prolific blooms all season. Z4. read more
Rose
‘Harison’s Yellow’
567 Rosa pimpinellifolia 6'. Classic deep yellow rose. Licorice-scented double flowers. Z4. read more

Winterberry

Winterberry
‘Jim Dandy’
516 Ilex verticillata 3-6' x 4-5'. Male selection to pollinate Afterglow. One male will pollinate several females. Z4. read more

Tender Summer Bulbs

Crocosmia

Crocosmia
‘Lucifer’
L767 Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora 24-36" tall. Midsummer sprays of bright red flowers open from bottom to top on long arching bronze stems. Grows well in pots. Makes a long-lasting cutflower. read more

Gladiolus

Gladiolus
Large-Flowering Glad Mix
L770 Gladiolus 36" tall. A mercurial mix of colors, stripes, stipples, bicolors, tricolors, and everything else under the sun—what fun! read more

Tree Seed

Rootstock

Rootstock
Malus Antonovka Rootstock Seed
L951 Malus Start your own rootstock from seed! Antonovka seeds will produce full-sized “standard” apple trees. Extremely hardy and scab resistant. Z3. read more
Rootstock
Prunus americana Rootstock Seed
L953 Prunus Start your own rootstock from seed! Often used as a seedling rootstock for hybrid plums and peaches. Graft them or grow them out for genetically unique fruit. Z3. read more

Vines

Hops

Hops
‘Magnum’
L444 Humulus lupulus Very high bittering hops with good storability. Strong bitter flavor with subtle hints of spice and citrus. Used in IPAs, pale ales, stouts and lagers. Z3. read more
Hops
‘Willamette’
L445 Humulus lupulus Excellent all-purpose hop. Spicy aroma. Low bittering. Good finishing hop for brewing English ales and stouts. Vigorous. Good disease resistance. Z3. read more

Kiwis

Kiwi
‘Anna’ Female
437 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
Kiwi
‘Geneva 3’ Female
438 Actinidia arguta Female. Medium-sized bright green fruits with excellent flavor. Very productive and reliably hardy. Requires Meader male for pollination. Z4. read more
Kiwi
‘Meader’ Male
439 Actinidia arguta Fruitless male kiwi suitable for pollinating arguta females Anna and Geneva 3. Will not pollinate kolomiktas. Z4. read more