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    Late July to Early August
    ~Great fresh or in preserves ~
    Medium in size, dark dull red skin with deep red flesh. Solid, meaty texture with mild, sweet flavor. Small pit is semi-freestone. Use Santa Rosa as the pollenizer. Japanese-type plum.

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    Satsuma Plum/Prune

    $32.00$38.00

    Late July to Early August
    ~Great fresh or in preserves ~
    Medium in size, dark dull red skin with deep red flesh. Solid, meaty texture with mild, sweet flavor. Small pit is semi-freestone. Use Santa Rosa as the pollenizer. Japanese-type plum.

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    Early August
    ~Smooth greenish-yellow skin~
    Sweet and juicy. Medium to large fruit with firm, white, crisp flesh. Thin fruit for better size (leave 1 fruit per cluster or you’ll have marbles). Fruit will store for up to 3 months in the refrigerator. For best production add a pollenizer.

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    Early August
    ~Smooth greenish-yellow skin~
    Sweet and juicy. Medium to large fruit with firm, white, crisp flesh. Thin fruit for better size (leave 1 fruit per cluster or you’ll have marbles). Fruit will store for up to 3 months in the refrigerator. For best production add a pollenizer.

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    Silver Gem® Nectarine

    $38.00$44.00

    Late June to Early July
    ~A must-have in your orchard~
    (NJN100 Cv.) PP#18147 A stunning red nectarine with a cream-colored background. Developed by Rutgers University, this medium sized fruit has a wonderful balance of sugars and acids. Fowler co-owner Denise remembers the first time she tasted this variety and she is excited to be able to offer it to you!

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    Silver Logan Peach

    $32.00$38.00

    Mid July
    ~Melting texture~
    Large, white-fleshed peach with exceptionally sweet flavor and a melting texture. Sun-red blush on skin. Sensitive to bruising. Originated at Bierwagon Orchards near Colfax, CA

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    Mid September
    ~Refreshing flavor~
    This variety has a bright red color and contains slightly visable lines that make the fruit look attractive. It has a crisp and juicy pulp, with a sweet and faintly acidic taste – wonderful flavor. Gala trees are self-fertile, but for greater production, use a Honeycrisp or Fuji for cross-pollination.

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    ECOMMERCE-DESCRIPTION

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    Mid July
    ~Earliest maturing red pear~
    Fruit is large, dark red in color with bright white flesh. Flavor is excellent. Summer heat will not fade the red color – perfect for hot California areas. Storage life is very short, 4 weeks. Use Bartlett, Harrow Delight, or Comice as a pollenizer or an Asian pear.

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    Early August
    ~Large European-type plum~
    Oval-shaped fruit, substantially larger than the standard French. It has a dark purple skin and was bred for the fresh market. Tree is very vigorous and productive. European-type plum. Use Muir Beauty as the pollenizer.

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    Early August
    ~Large European-type plum~
    Oval-shaped fruit, substantially larger than the standard French. It has a dark purple skin and was bred for the fresh market. Tree is very vigorous and productive. European-type plum. Use Muir Beauty as the pollenizer.