|Apple||Mature trees grow to 20′. Two varieties are needed for best fruit set.
Fruit production expected during 3rd year.
|Anna||The Anna Apple fruit is sweet, slightly tart, crisp with a creamy white flesh. Needs a pollinator.|
|Eim Shemer||The Ein Shemer Apple Tree Is perfect for Gulf Coast planting, and pollinates well with Anna Apples. The apples ripen in June and July. Self Fertile.|
|Dorsett Golden||An excellent choice to pollinate with the Anna Apple Tree. It has a medium to large fruit that is firm, smooth, has crisp flesh and has a sweet and tart flavor. Needs a pollinator.|
|Peach||Plant different varieties to extend harvest season. Most varieties are self-fertile. Plant on 20′ centers.|
|Ayers||The fruit have a yellow skin with a red blush. Pick fruit early and ripen them off the tree. Partially self pollinating but better with another pollinator.|
|Bartlett||European Pear with a yellow skin and smooth flesh. Needs a pollinator.|
|Orient||A domestic variety named because of its large round shape that is similar to that of Asian pears. The Orient pears have yellow skin with smooth textured, sweet, firm, juicy, white flesh. It is resistant to fire blight and is a heavy producer in August.|
|Pineapple||The tree is very productive and bears at an early age. The Pineapple pear is self-fertile but does much better with a pollinator.|
|Plum||Plant two varieties for best pollination. Plant on 15′ centers.
Requires little pruning. Favorite home garden fruit.
|Autumn Rosa||It's a medium to large, heart-shaped, purplish-red plum with an amber cast. The flesh is yellow with red streaks and of excellent flavor. Autumn Rosa is a heavy producing self-fertile plum that ripens over a long period of time from early to late September.|
|Bruce||The Bruce Plum tree is a Japanese plum tree, and as such should be planted near other plum trees in order to be pollinated and produce fruit. Bruce plums are wine-red medium to large fruit that ripen in early summer.|
|Methley||The juicy, deep red fruit of the Methley is harvested in late June to early July. The Methley is self-fertile.|
|Ozark Premier||This variety yields semi-freestone plums that are firm, sweet and juicy. Ripens in early to mid August.|
|Santa Rosa||Its large oval purplish-red fruit has firm, rich, pleasing, sweet-tart flavor. Santa Rosa is self-fertile and ripens in mid-June.|
|Blackberry||Plant on 2′ spacing. Domesticated varieties. Fruit is extra large and sweet.
Bears on two-year-old wood. Harvest fruit continuously for 1 month.
Prune old canes after harvest for best production and to promote hedge-type growth.
Low maintenance. Does not require trellising. Self-fertile
|Apache||This thornless variety produces the largest berries and has the highest yield of all
the thornless varieties. The berries have a very good flavor. They ripen during the month of June
|Arapaho||This thornless variety has large, firm fruit with small seeds. This is a nice bush
with good quality fruit. It is erect, with self-supporting canes. The earliest ripening of the thornless varieties, ripens in early
|Brazos||Vigorous, thorny, upright plants bear big crops of large, high quality berries. The flavor is tart
and acid. ‘Brazos’ does not require another variety for pollination. Developed at Texas A&M.
|Kiowa||The world’s biggest blackberry — up to 3" long! This variety blooms earlier and longer than other blackberries. Fruit is large enough to make fresh cobbler with just a few. Also great for juice or wine. Ripens in early June. Self-pollinating.|
|Blueberry||Plant two varieties for better pollination. Plant requires little care, except adequate
moisture and well-drained, acid soil. Brilliant fall color and intense blue-green
spring foliage make blueberries an attractive landscape shrub or hedge.
Plant on 6′ centers for bush planting or 4′ centers for hedge.
|Brightwell||One of the most popular varieties. Tall and spreading growth. Produces large,
firm fruit with little to no picking scar. Midseason variety, ripens early-mid June.
|Climax||– One of the earliest ripening varieties. Upright growth. Most of the medium, dark blue
fruit ripens at one time. Good pollinating variety. Beautiful fall color. Harvest begins late May thru early June.
|Premier||– Popular for pick-your-own plantings and home orchards. early ripening, high
yielder. Vigorous plant produces large, bright blue fruit of excellent quality. Ripens mid June.
|Tifblue||Most productive and widely planted variety. Highly recommended for commercial
or home use because of berry quality, appearance, and high yields. Upright, vigorous plants. Medium, light-blue berries
maintain quality on bush. Ripens mid-June.
|Muscadine|| Plant on 10′ spacing. Varieties that are female must be planted
near a self-fertile varieties for a pollenizer. Must be trellised. Requires little
maintenance except for annual pruning. Very disease resistant. Good for
fresh eating, jellies, preserves, and wine. Harvest in August.
|Albemarle||– This is a self-fertile plant that has productive vines. Medium black fruit
is a good quality and also very sweet. Has an excellent “muscadine” flavor. Recommended for home vineyards. Ripens
|Cowart||– Self-fertile muscadine that has very large black fruit of excellent quality and flavor.
Fruit is produced in large clusters. Popular home variety that produces excellent yields. Harvest early to midseason
|Scuppernong||An old favorite for its medium-large, bronze, sweet, distinctively flavored
fruit. A heavy producer that ripens early. This is a female variety that should be planted with a self-pollinating variety. In
winter cut back canes, leaving 3-4 buds of the previous season’s growth
|Southland||– This self-fertile muscadine produces medium to large black fruit. Excellent
quality and very sweet flavor. Vine is vigorous, disease resistant. Excellent variety for home or commercial use. Ripens
|Triumph||Popular for its early-ripening, large, bronze fruit. This sweet tasting muscadine is
self-pollinating. In winter cut back canes, leaving 3-4 buds of the previous season’s growth.
|Mulberry||Wide spreading, picturesque tree produces large, juicy, dark red to black fruit with a distinct sweettart flavor. Thick, dark green foliage provides good shade. Eat fresh or in desserts.|
|Figs||Can grow up to 19ft. Sweet round fruit. Produces two crops a year.|
|Brown Turkey||– Developed from Celeste. Very prolific, bears on young wood. Fruit is
medium in size, bronze skin with white flesh. Fruit is good for making preserves, very sweet. Long ripening season is from
mid-July through mid-September.
|Celeste||f– Large tree. Most widely planted variety in this area. Bears on two-year-old wood. Medium fruit is resistant to souring and splitting. Begins ripening in June and continues to produce fruit for 3-6 weeks.|
|Raspberry||Thorn-less berry bushes that produce fruit on two year tissue. Produces red tart berries.|
|Dorman Red||The Dorman Red Raspberry grows particularly well in the Southern region of the United States. Because of the wonderful balance of sugar and flavor the Dorman Red Raspberry makes for a wonderful anytime snack. The Dorman Red raspberry is very cold hardy and this prolific bush produces berries two inches long with diameter of a nickel. Dorman red berries form on a trailing bush.|
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