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    20th Century Asian Pear

    $44.00

    Early August
    ~Best-known Asian pear~
    (Nijisseiki) – Bold and refreshingly tart. A fine quality fruit. Skin color: green to greenish yellow, smooth with some lenticels. Size is medium. Flesh: white, firm, crisp, very juicy and sweet. Tree growth: moderate vigor, upright, productive. Heavy thinning required for best size. Storage life: about 5 months. Use Hosui, Olympic, or Shinko as a pollinizer.

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    AC™ Harrow Sweet

    $40.00

    Early September
    ~Blushing Sweet~
    Fruit has a beautiful red blush over yellow skin. Flavor is like Bartlett. Fireblight resistant. Pollenizer use Harrow Delight and Barlett.

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    Alamar Peach

    $28.00$38.00

    Mid August
    ~A local heirloom variety~
    Alamar was discovered in 1940 in Winters, CA and was the 930th peach ever patented. This yellow fleshed peach has yellow skin and is highly blushed. First class flavor. A great option for storing in the freezer or eating fresh.

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    Ambre™ Nectarine

    $34.00$50.00

    Early August
    ~Unique flavor~
    Monam cv. Firm, large fruit. Sub-acid and yellow-fleshed with unusual floral aromas and excellent flavor. Skin is red to orange-red over a yellow background.

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    Ambrosia® Apple

    $50.00

    Late August – Early September
    ~Refreshing with floral notes~
    Unlike other apples, less sugar needed when cooking as they are naturally sweet. Low acid levels make them slow to brown/oxidize – perfect for slicing in the morning and enjoying at lunchtime. Keep well in the refrigerator. Use Honeycrisp and Gala as pollinator.

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    Atago Asian Pear

    $44.00

    Late August
    Extra large, noticeably sweet and juicy fruit with a golden brown skin. Tree has moderately vigorous growth and is productive. Harvest is late season. This pear is a cross between Nijisseiki and Imamura Aki and is superior to Niitaka. Atago has a long and profuse bloom period, making it a good choice as a pollenizer. Very little thinning required for large fruit. Fruit hangs well on the tree.

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    Aztec Fuji® Apple

    $50.00

    Late September
    ~Sweet flavor of a Fuji~
    A full-colored, blush type without the typical stripes of a Fuji. Considered a dessert apple and will store a long time in the refrigerator. Thin skinned and a good crunch makes this an enjoyable sweet treat. Use Gala and Honeycrisp as pollinizers.

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    B.P. Morettini Pear

    $50.00

    Early September
    Bartlett-shaped, sweet fruit with a wonderful melting texture. Skin is yellow with a lovely red blush. Tree has very vigorous growth and is high-yielding.

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    Black Pearl® Cherry

    $50.00

    Early June
    ~Flavor, crunch, and more flavor!~
    This is a vigorous producer of high-quality, elegant fruit. It has exceptional firmness with a distinguishable crunch that explodes with 20% sugar which enhances the cherry flavor. Stores well and is crack resistant. Use Lapins or Rainier as a pollenizer.

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    Burgundy Pearl® Cherry

    $50.00

    Mid May
    Fruit ripens before the Bing, larger in size. Firm and crunchy, with an exceptional mild, sweet flavor. Vigorous, hardy, resistant to bacterial canker.

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    Carmel Almond

    $34.00

    Mid September
    ~A heavy, precocious producer~
    Elongated nut, medium-sized. Well sealed shell, but soft. Tree growth is medium-sized and stands notably more upright than Nonpareil. Almonds require another almond variety for pollination.

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    Comice Pear

    $40.00

    Late September
    ~Considered the King of pears~
    Comice is a large, roundish rich fruit. Flesh is fine grained (smooth) with a delectable flavor that melts in your mouth. Skin color is yellow with a slight blush. Best eaten fresh after a short storage period. Can be self-fertile, but for consistent production use Super Red or Golden Russet Rose as a pollenizer.