Bartlett Pear Tree
Bartlett Pear Tree
Known as America’s favorite pear, the Bartlett variety actually came from Europe. It functions as the standard by which all other pears are measured and is a favorite for fresh eating, canning, and preserves. The Bartlett pear is easy to grow and will reward its owner with beautiful blossoms in the spring, large and luscious fruit in late summer, and a continuous crop for as much as 100 years. Produces large, yellow fruit with a smooth and juicy white flesh in late August or early September — ideal for eating, canning and preserves Blooms just before the leaves appear in the spring, with showy white flowers
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Belle Georgia Peach

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Bradford Pear Flowering Tree
Bradford Pear Flowering Tree

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Brown Turkey Fig Tree
§ Heavy crops of delicious figs twice a year § Best way to enjoy fully-ripened figs § Easily grown, even in poor soil § Grow in a pot in colder areas § Disease and pest free The Brown Turkey Fig is easy to grow in any sunny spot. It thrives in poor, dry soil, and once it is established it is very drought resistant. It is usually free of any pests or diseases, and very easy to grow. It will grow outdoors in the open in zones 8 and 9. In zone 7 and sheltered parts of zone 6 it is best grown across a south-facing wall. In colder zones it should be grown in a pot and protected from freezing in winter. You do not even need a bright place to store the tree over winter in a pot as the tree is dormant and needs not light at that time. The fig is an unusual fruit because once picked from the tree it will stop ripening. Unfortunately, un-ripe figs have very little taste and yet for commercial transport and sale
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Chestnut Trees

Chestnuts are nothing short of highly nutritious wildlife magnets that produce crops annually beginning at a very young age…in fact its highly possible to see a few nuts on saplings as young as three years old. And chestnuts aren’t just … Continued

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Crabapple Tree
Crabapple Tree
Its no secret that deer absolutely hammer apples and crabapples, and we’ll go as far to say there may not be a more effective “draw and hold” to deer than a big grove of them. However, a big orchard of fancy named varieties can be a rather expensive and time consuming chore for the weekend warrior or gamekeeper to undertake…meaning less time and money spent managing the rest of your property when you are busy spraying for bugs and diseases that high end apples often require. To those who can put forth the extra effort and expense to plant and manage the larger, grafted cultivars we applaud you. That being said, we have a solution we believe may be a better option for most wildlife oriented folks, and it’s available in our super stout, yet seedling-sized “wild” crabapple. Our “wild” crabs are actually seedlings from our favorite crabapple selections and wild types such as: Dolgo, Transendent, Chestnut, Centennial, Whitney, and Prairie crab. Having a mixed bag of genetics and drop times from hardy, heavy bearing, disease tolerant favorites in an economical, and simple to establish and maintain rapid mast seedling should be a no-brainer to anyone wanting to spread some apple madness on their place. With our “wild” crabs, combined with tree tubes and a little extra TLC for the first few years of growth, expect flowering and fruiting to occur on some trees in as little as three or four growing seasons, with the remainders putting on heavy crops no later than seven or eight years. So if you’re looking for heavy crops of highly preferred apples dropping from late summer and on into fall, but don’t want to put your county extension agent on payroll, try our “wild” crabs on for size. Zone: 4 - 8 Soil pH: 5.0 - 7.5 Wildlife Value: Excellent. Site Preference: Full sun. Fruit Maturity Date: Late Summer, Early Fall Fruit: Pale green blushed yellow
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Elberta Peach Tree

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Elliot Pecan Trees

Elliot Pecan is a pecan variety planted predominately in Georgia and Florida. The first Elliot tree was a seedling in the lawn of the American lumberman Henry Elliot in Milton, FL. Elliot Pecans are now among the most popular pecan … Continued

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Fuyu Persimmons
Fuyu Persimmons
Every knowledgeable deer (and deer hunter) knows the only thing better than having a loaded persimmon dropping her sweet treats is having a GROVE of “simmons” to choose from. Those single trees are great but it seems the deer don’t go too far out of their way for just one tree. If you really want to bring ‘em in close from great distances, establish patches of trees to see some real results. Since persimmons can produce fruit on small stature trees, you may also want to plan ahead by planting a faster growing tree to hang a stand in nearby.
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Green Giant Trees
Green Giant Trees

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Kieffer Pear Tree
Said to be an accidental hybrid, the Kieffer pear is a hardy tree. It grows rapidly, lives long, is disease-resistant, and bears a large crop. It also tolerates a wide range of climates, thriving in northern states as well as hotter southern states. In fact, the Kieffer pear is the most widely planted pears in the South. Produces large, long, golden yellow fruit with a crimson blush and flesh that is crisp, white, and coarse in texture — good for canning, baking, preserves, and pear honey Blooms late in the season and ripens mid-September to mid-October Tolerates hot climates Is self-fertile but provides a better crop when planted in multiples
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Methley Plum Tree

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