Fruit Trees

Size

Cost

Cherry North Star

#7

$98

Cherry, plum and peach trees are self fertile and do not need a pollinator. Apples and crabapples can pollinate each other and from up to 2 miles away. So you typically only need one in the metro area, because your neighborhood trees will help.

 

Berry Bushes

Size

Cost

Blackberry ‘Chester’

#1

$19.99

Blackberry ‘Triple Crown’

#1

$19.99

Currant “Black Consort”

#2

$29.99

 

Blueberries

Size

Cost

Patriot

#1

$19.99

Pink Popcorn

#1

$25.99

Blueberries need another blueberry variety as a pollinator.

 

Raspberries

Size

Cost

 

Rubus Raspberry ‘Anne Yellow’

#1

$24.99

Raspberry “Black Jewel”

#1

$24.99

Raspberry ‘Himbo Top’

#1

$19.99

 

Strawberries

Size

Cost

Strawberry June Bearing ‘Honeoye’

6 Pack

$19.99

 

Misc. Perennial Edibles

Size

Cost

Citrus “Yuzu

#1

$34.99

Hops Nugget

#1

$19.99

Hops Mt. Hood

#1

$19.99

Kiwi “Issai Hardy” (self fertile)

#1

$24.99

Kiwi “Michigan Female”

#1

$19.99

 

 

Planting instructions: contact the state agency responsible for designating where utility lines are located, select a suitable planting site, dig a hole at least twice the width as the soil ball, do not dig deeper than the height of the soil ball (make sure not to bury the graft), once plant is properly placed you can backfill with the original soil dug from the hole. Poor soils may benefit from the addition of organic soil amendments like compost, worm castings, or mycorrhizae; if using amendments mix thoroughly with the original soil prior to backfilling the planting hole. Water regularly, keeping in mind the type of soil and the weather conditions to determine how frequently. Consider mulching around the tree or shrub to keep weeds down and shade the soil; avoid mounding the mulch up over the graft on the trunk of fruit trees- leave a little well around trunks/stems.


Please visit the Yard and Garden Extension Website to learn more about selecting, planting, and caring for fruit trees and shrubs.  https://extension.umn.edu/find-plants/fruit



2020 available fruit varieties

We will accept returns of trees and shrubs which fail to thrive through the growing season in which the tree or shrub was purchased. You must have the original receipt and plant tag and present them with the failed tree or shrub. This guarantee is valid if you are the original purchaser and have followed the planting and maintenance instructions outlined below, courtesy of UMN Ext. Trees and shrubs planted in containers are not included in this warranty. No warranty is provided on transplanted trees or shrubs. 

2020 available Fruits: updated 9/11

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If you would prefer to place an order for curbside pick up, please give the store a call during regular hours (651-645-0818) or send us an email (order@eggplantsupply.com) and we can help.