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Malus - Beacon
Common name: Apple Trees
A juicy bright red, medium-sized apple that is wonderful for eating. Flesh is mildly acid. Hardy, heavy bearing tree. Short storage life.
Photo courtesy of the University of Minnesota

Malus - Connell Red
Common name: Apple Trees
A red blush mutation of 'Fireside' apple. Similar to 'Fireside' except that it has more intense red color. Hardy, heavy bearer. Large size. Excellent for eating or cooking. Distinctive flavor. Fruit keeps well until April or May.
Photo courtesy of E.C. Brown's Nursery

Malus - Cortland
Common name: Apple Trees
An older, well-known variety. Medium-sized and bright red with a sprightly tropical flavor. White flesh holds its color well after being cut. Excellent for eating and cooking.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Fireside
Common name: Apple Trees
Large, red striped fruit with a sweet, pleasant flavor. Excellent flavor good for eating. Good storage life. One of the most popular apples. Resistant to cedar-apple rust.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Freedom
Common name: Apple Trees
The red fruit is large and good for eating, sauces and juice. The flesh is crisp and juicy with a slight tart flavor. The fruit will keep until January in cold storage. Very vigorous and productive tree. Developed for disease resistance. Immune to apple scab and resistant to mildew, cedar-apple rust and fireblight. Does not require fungicide sprays.
Photo courtesy of Jung Seed

Malus - Frostbite
Common name: Apple Trees
Frostbite is a unique small apple with a very sweet, intense taste. Crisp but firm texture and juicy. Extremely cold hardy, it is an excellent variety for cold, northern regions. Great for cider or cooking.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Goodland
Common name: Apple Trees
One of the best apples for colder regions. Does not tolerate prolonged periods of high temperatures. Washed red over creamy green. Flesh is crisp, juicy, tender and aromatic. Medium-sized fruit that is especially good for baking. Short storage life. Very hardy. Annual bearer.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Haralred®
Common name: Apple Trees
The fruit of the Haralred is redder and earlier than the standard 'Haralson', yet retains all the good qualities of 'Haralson': juicy, tart, firm, good keeper, extremely hardy and fireblight resistant. This is an excellent variety for northern United States and Canada. Unsuitable pollinator for 'Haralson'.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Haralson
Common name: Apple Trees
This is a natural semi-dwarf tree that produces medium-sized red fruit. Hard, crisp and tart. Good dual purpose apple. Often bears fruit the first year. Prone to biennial bearing. Keeps well, will store until March. Fine hardy, winter variety. Unsuitable pollinator for Haralred.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Hazen
Common name: Apple Trees
The fruit is large and dark red. Flesh is green-yellow and juicy. Flavor is sweet but mild, pleasant for eating, cooking, and as a dessert apple. An annual bearer. A natural semi-dwarf tree growing to about 10 to 15 feet in height. Short storage life. Hardy variety. Does very well without spraying.
Photo courtesy of Star Tribune

Malus - Honeycrisp
Common name: Apple Trees
An exciting apple that is exceptionally crisp and juicy. Flavor is sweet but well-balanced. Excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Ripens in early October and stores like a late season variety. Has become an outstanding commercial and home orchard variety because of its explosive crispness, flavor and storage life.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Honeygold
Common name: Apple Trees
Medium to large, yellow apple. Fruit is crisp, juicy and sweet. Excellent for eating as well as cooking. Medium storage life. Similar to Golden 'Delicious', but hardier.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Liberty
Common name: Apple Trees
A productive variety that was selected for its resistance to apple scab and cedar-apple rust. Crisp and juicy with a sprightly flavor. Keeps well into February. Does not require fungicide sprays. Does very well without spraying.
Photo courtesy of Mr. Jack's Farm

Malus - Macoun
Common name: Apple Trees
Aromatic, 'McIntosh'-type dessert apple. Medium sized, dark purple-red fruit. Flesh white, firm and very high quality. Crisp texture and well-balanced flavor. Good for eating. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.
Photo courtesy of Grub Street

Malus - McIntosh
Common name: Apple Trees
A well-known older apple that has a sprightly flavor and a medium storage life. Nearly solid, bright red skin. Heavy bearer. Good for eating and baking. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Northern Lights
Common name: Apple Trees
Beautiful red apple with a striped color pattern. Large apple reaching 3" in diameter. Mild flavor good for eating and cooking. Short storage life. Hardy.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Northwest Greening
Common name: Apple Trees
Large yellow-green. Good keeper. Flesh is dense and tart. Good for cooking and baking.
Photo courtesy of Volante Farms

Malus - Red Baron
Common name: Apple Trees
Medium sized yellow-red apple. Crisp and juicy, sweet but mild flavor. Very productive and bears at an early age. Good for eating, pie and sauce. Resistant to fireblight. Hardy.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Red Duchess
Common name: Apple Trees
A red selection of 'Duchess of Oldenburg'. Very hardy, medium to large size red apple. Fruit is tart and juicy. Good for eating, but best for pies and sauces. Abundant fruit, annual bearer. Short storage life.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - SnowSweet®
Common name: Apple Trees
A cross between 'Sharon' and 'Connell Red', SnowSweet has a deliciously sweet, slightly tart taste. Slow to oxidize when exposed to air. 'Honeycrisp' is a good pollinator. Above average resistance to scab and fire blight.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Sweet Sixteen
Common name: Apple Trees
Medium-sized red striped apple with crisp, juicy texture. Excellent sweet, unusual flavor - like cherry candy. Outstanding dessert apple. Fire blight resistant. Can be slow to come into bearing - better on dwarf rootstock.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Wolf River
Common name: Apple Trees
An old variety, hardy and long lived. Best known for its large size - up to 5" diameter fruit. Color is pale yellow to green with carmine-red blushes and stripes. Primarily used as a cooking apple.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Yellow Transparent
Common name: Apple Trees
Skin is clear yellow and the flesh is white. Precocious and productive tree. Best used for cooking. Heavy producer. Pick before maturity for better storage life. Scab resistant.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Zestar!®
Common name: Apple Trees
At last, an early apple that is crisp and juicy! Best known for its excellent sweet tart flavor. Has a much longer storage life than other early apples. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Malus - Chestnut Crab
Common name: Crabapple Trees
Originated in 1946 as an open-pollinated seedling of 'Malinda'. Pleasant nut-like flavor. Large crabapple (2" diameter). Outstanding flavor and good texture for fresh eating. Medium storage life. Hardy.
Photo courtesy of Huls Nursery, LLC

Malus - Whitney Crab
Common name: Crabapple Trees
Fruit is yellow with red stripes. Good for eating and pickling. Hardy, vigorous, heavy bearing tree. Short storage life.
Photo courtesy of Burnt Ridge Nursery

Prunus - Mesabi
Common name: Cherry Trees
Long stemmed, red-fleshed fruits with sugar content halfway between pie cherries and 'Bing' cherries. Pyramidal tree grows to a height of 12 feet. Fruit resembles 'Meteor' but pit is smaller.
Photo courtesy of The Apple Tree Guy

Prunus - Meteor
Common name: Cherry Trees
Genetic dwarf introduced by the University of MN in 1952. Large, bright red fruit. Mildly acid in flavor. Fine for sauce or pie. Generally regarded as slightly hardier than 'North Star'. Blooms in early May.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus cerasus - Evans Bali
Common name: Cherry Trees
Deep, dark red fruit 1" in diameter and excellent for baking and fresh eating. The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. Extremely hardy buds.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - BlackIce®
Common name: Plum Trees
BlackIce is a cross between a cherry plum and a conventional Japanese dessert plum resulting in large fruit with superior winter hardiness and an early ripening date. Fruit size and yield is comparable to popular conventional cultivars, however, the ripening date is 2-4 weeks earlier. Naturally compact growth habit makes it easy to manage.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - La Crescent
Common name: Plum Trees
High quality yellow plum. Fruit is small to medium. Sweet and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating and jams. Vigorous grower.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - Mount Royal
Common name: Plum Trees
Blue - European Plum. Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. Considered the best blue cultivar in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - Pipestone
Common name: Plum Trees
A very attractive red plum with a golden blush. Released by the University of Minnesota in 1942. Sweet, juicy, yellow flesh with excellent quality. Immense sized red fruit. Good for fresh use, jam and jelly. Very hardy.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - Superior
Common name: Plum Trees
One of the best plums on the market. Large fruit with dark red skin. Good for fresh eating, jam and jelly. Flesh is yellow, sweet and juicy. Heavy bearing. Often sets fruit the first year. Use 'Toka' for pollination.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - Toka
Common name: Plum Trees
Red - South Dakota Experiment Station introduction, 1911. One of the best pollinators. A medium sized, richly flavored variety with beautiful apricot color.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Prunus - Waneta
Common name: Plum Trees
Red - South Dakota Experiment Station introduction, 1913. Produces well the first season after planting. One of the best market plums. Fruit is large, red, sweet, juicy and of good quality.
Photo courtesy of The Apple Tree Guy

Pyrus - Early Gold
Common name: Pear Trees
An improved seedling of 'Ure' pear selected for its improved vigor, chlorosis resistance and iron-clad cold hardiness. Abundant white flowers in spring produce yellow fruits on average 10 days earlier than 'Ure'. The foliage is an attractive, glossy green. Use 'Ure' for pollination.
Photo courtesy of Jeffries Nurseries

Pyrus - Golden Spice
Common name: Pear Trees
A very hardy pear. The 1.75" fruit are a medium yellow, lightly blushed with dull red and ripen mid-season. Good for canning and spicing, fair for eating. Use 'Ure' as pollinator.
Photo courtesy of Beier's Greenhouse

Pyrus - Gourmet
Common name: Pear Trees
Trees are upright, medium in size and winter hardy. A good dessert pear. Medium in size, green-yellow to yellow. Skin thick but tender. Flesh yellowish, crisp, juicy and sweet. Blooms early May. Fruit matures the third week in September at Brookings, SD. Pollen-sterile, can not be used to pollinate a second pear tree.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Pyrus - Luscious
Common name: Pear Trees
Juicy, sweet, medium to small bright yellow fruit. Blooms early May. Tree globe shaped. Glossy green foliage, red fall color. Excellent dessert pear for northern Great Plains. Fire blight resistant. Pollen-sterile, can not be used to pollinate a second pear tree. 'Parker' is a good pollinator. Height 15-20'.
Photo courtesy of Historyland Nursery, Inc

Pyrus - Parker
Common name: Pear Trees
Open-pollinated seedling of a Manchurian pear. Large, yellow-bronze fruit. Fine grained, tender and juicy. Upright and vigorous grower. Pollinator for 'Luscious'.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Pyrus - Patten
Common name: Pear Trees
Fruit is of good size and quality. Very tender and juicy. A good pollinator for most other pear trees.
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries

Pyrus - Seckel
Common name: Pear Trees
'Seckel' has small russet colored fruits with a sweet and spicy flavor. The firm flesh is well suited to cooking and canning. Ripens in August or September in zones 4-5. Blight resistant. The beautiful display of white blossoms in spring is an added bonus. Not a suitable pollinator for 'Bartlett'. 'Bosc' is a good pollinator.
Photo courtesy of Fine Cooking

Pyrus - Summercrisp
Common name: Pear Trees
An annual bearer. Fruit is pyriform in shape, 2.5-3" in diameter and 3-3.5" long. Blooms early in May. The fruit should be harvested in mid-August when crisp and still green with a red blush. Fruit harvested at that time is sweet and crisp, and may be stored up to 2 months. Use either 'Parker' or 'Patten' as pollinator.
Photo courtesy of Fine Cooking

Pyrus - Ure
Common name: Pear Trees
Fruit is green-yellow, very juicy and approximately 2" in diameter. Has sturdy branching. Good for eating and canning. Developed in 1978 at Morden Research Station. Approximate ripening date is August 15. Use 'Golden Spice' as pollinator.
Photo courtesy of Morden Nurseries

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