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Tree & Shrub Club: Fruit Trees

Fruit trees offer so much to the landscape: the fruit or berries they produce are great for us, but many species are appreciated by birds as well. An amazing show of flowers is also a feature of numerous types of fruit trees, particularly in the spring. The nectar in many fruit tree flowers attracts bees and butterflies, both of which are beneficial to their pollination.  Be sure to include a fruit tree in your landscape plan: the rewards are plenty.

Malus

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Amelanchier laevis: Alleghany Serviceberry

Malus stem
Amelanchier laevis flowers
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Cultivar

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‘Cumulus’

Cumulus Alleghany Serviceberry. Fleecy white flowers in spring and bright yellow to orange-red fall color make this plant desirable.

200cm CT

84.10

 

Amelanchier x grandiflora: Serviceberry

Amelanchier x grandiflora
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Cultivar

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‘Autumn Brilliant’

Autumn Brilliant Serviceberry. White flowers, edible fruit, clean foliage, and brilliant fall colour are notable attributes.

200cm CT

84.10

 

45mm CT or WB

192.85

 

‘Robin Hill’

Robin Hill Serviceberry. Small and upright. Good for small spaces. Pink flower buds opening to white. Reddish purple edible fruit. Yellow to red fall color.

200cm CT

84.10

 

35mm CT

142.10

 

Malus sp.: Crabapple

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Malus sargentii fruit

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’Makamik’

Makamik Crabapple. Large flowers, semi- double pink. Resistant to disease and pests.  Red long lasting fruit.  Bronze foliage.

175 cm CT

59.45

 

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Morus alba: Mulberry

Morus fruit close up

Cultivar

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’Pendula’  (fruiting)

Weeping Mulberry. Long slender pendulous branches hang straight down.  Bright glossy green foliage.  Birds love the purple fruit.

150cm CT

69.60

 

’Pendula’  (non-fruiting)

Weeping Mulberry. A non-fruiting version.

 

Prunus cerasifera: Plum

Prunus cerasifera Cripoizam fruit
PRUNUS CERASIFERA CRIPOIZAM

Cultivar

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’Cripoizam’

Crimson Pointe Plum. Crimson Pointe™ is a vigorous grower which is cold and heat tolerant. It has extremely columnar form. Rich merlot-burgundy foliage which combined with orange-bronze new growth creates a unique and colorful display.

250cm CT

94.25

 

’Newport’

Newport Flowering Plum. The dark purple foliage of this hardy cultivar is retained all growing season. Light pink blooms.

30mm CT

 

Pyrus calleryana: Pear

Pyrus in bloom
Malus Rinki blossoms

Cultivar

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’Chanticleer’

Chanticleer / Cleveland Select Ornamental Pear. Evenly branched cone-shaped form. Outstanding reddish fall colour. Ideal for street planting.

250cm CT

87.00

 

’Redspire’

Redspire Ornamental Pear. Foliage has a leathery texture.  Masses of blooms.  Excellent street tree.

30mm CT

120.35

 

’Bradford’

Bradford Ornamental Pear. White blooms, late fall colour.

45mm CT

178.35

 

50mm CT

207.35

 

60mm CT

236.35

 

’Capital’

Capital Ornamental Pear. Very narrow upright form, ideal for use where space is limited. Disease resistant and hardy.

45mm CT

178.35

 

50mm CT

207.35

 

60mm CT or WB

236.35