Fruit and Berry Plants for Sale
Exceptional Recommended Fruit Plants for your Garden:

Fruit Trees:
Stella Cherry
Black Cherry
Dwarf Everbearing Mulberry plant
Hardy Kiwi
Hardy Chicago Fig tree
Mulberry Tree

Italian Prune Plum

Cherry-Plum, Sweet, 'Nadia' (Prunus salicina x Prunus avium) Zone 5, 3.0 m
When Cherry Met Plum: a new romance in sweet goodness. Delectable cherry-plum cross captures and fuses the fruits’ flavors into a sweet, new taste experience. Larger than a cherry, firm, sweet, succulent fruit has dark, cherry-red skin, red flesh and piquant cherry accents. Hardy, 8-10’ trees produce plentiful fruit that boast high levels of health-giving antioxidants. Great for fresh eating, or adding zest and sweet inspiration to pies or preserves. Fruit stores well. Sweet Cherry 'Nadia’ is new interspecific hybrid cross of ‘Black Amber’ plum and ‘Supreme’ cherry developed in Victoria, New South Wales, Australia. The trees require a pollinator to fruit well, preferably Japanese plum. The cherry-plum hybrid, named Nadia, was bred in Australia and is owned by the Australian company Cherry Royale. Firm, sweet, succulent fruit has dark, cherry-red skin, red flesh and piquant cherry accents. It has the size and keeping qualities of a plum with the internal color and juiciness of a dark cherry. The taste is intense and sweet, reminiscent of both cherry and plum. It is reported to have high levels of antioxidants. Requires full sun.

PAWPAW (Asimina triloba) Zone 4, 8m
This is the only temperate member of a tropical family of delicious fruit. The fruit is the largest edible fruit native to America, from 3" to 6" long and resembling a short, fat banana or mango. It is very sweet and tastes like bananas with a hint of pineapple and mango. Note that at least two plants are needed for fruit production. The small size and attractive cone shape also makes paw paw suitable for residential landscaping. Fall color, which is usually a soft, butter-yellow, can be outstanding. The tree is virtually disease and pest-free. Planting Requirements: well-drained soil, full sun.

Berry Plants
Highbush Blueberry
Thornless Blackberry (Rubus laciniatus 'Chester') Zone: 5, 1.5 m
This thornless variety is known for its large, sweet berries, which are great for eating as well as canning and freezing. This variety is a thornless so picking the berries is painless, and the fruit is quite firm, so harvesting is very convenient. The fruit arises on semi-upright plants that do not need support. Chester boasts excellent yields mainly due to its resistance to cane blight, a scourge of many a blackberry shrubs. It is also self-fertile, but you get a larger crop if you grow several plants. This variety is known for its tolerance to heat. It stays firm, keeping its shape and maintaining its flavor.
Grape Plants
Hybrid French 'De Chaunac'
Valiant (Very Hardy Grape)
Sovereign Coronation (seedless)

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