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Instant Orchard Tree Bundle

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This is a great collection of fruit tree varieties to start your backyard orchard! Self-fertile and easy to grow varieties, these trees will bear abundant crops of fruit.

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Instant Orchard Tree Bundle

This is a great collection of bare root fruit tree varieties to start your backyard orchard! Self-fertile and easy to grow varieties, these trees will bear abundant crops of fruit. Ideal varieties for USDA Zones 5-9.

Orchard Tree Bundle Includes:

1 x Puget Gold Apricot (Bare root)

Puget Gold Apricot was developed in western Washington and is the easiest to grow and most disease resistant Apricot variety we have found.

1 x Stella Cherry Tree (Bare root)

A favorite sweet cherry for home gardeners and commercial growers, Stella is prized for its large, sweet and juicy cherries. It makes a great pollenizer for other cherry trees and is also completely self-fertile, so if you only have room for one cherry tree, this is a great option.

1 x Leah Cot Aprium (Bare root)

An apricot, plum hybrid that is more towards the apricot side of the spectrum. Leah Cot produces very large fruits that are deep orange inside and out and taste like an apricot with just a hint of plum flavor and larger size.

1 x Italian Plum Tree (Bare root)

A sweet, dark purple, freestone plum with firm, amber flesh, Italian plum is great for fresh eating and excellent for drying. Widely planted in the Northwest, this European variety is productive, reliable and easy to grow. Italian plum ripens in late August into September.

1 x Goldmine Nectarine Fruit Tree (Bare root)

Goldmine Nectarine is a very good producer of late harvest white fruit with white and red blushed skin. It is Freestone and great for fresh eating. Goldmine was discovered in New Zealand at the end of the 19th century and has become a favorite in California and Western Oregon.

1 x Frost Peach Tree (Bare root)

Frost Peach Tree is newer and so much more resistant to leaf curl than other older varieties and great for colder areas. The fruit is red with a yellow blush very similar to Red Haven.

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Site and Soil: 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained, moderately fertile soil.
Pollination Requirements: Self-fertile
Bearing Age: 1-2 years after planting
Ripening Time: Summer through fall
USDA Zones: 5-9

Weight 30 lbs
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