We planted a large selection of the fruit trees listed below in containers from bare roots in February 2015. Although these trees will be ready for retail sale in May or June, fall is the best time to plant them in this area.

Please give us a call at 865-573-9591 to check which varieties are in stock and ready for sale.

Cherry Trees - Sweet
Stella Sweet Cherry Reddish-black plump fruit. Abundant producer. Grows 18'-25'x18'-25'. Crack resistant and self-pollinating Ripens in mid-June Self-pollinating
Cherry Trees - Tart
Balaton Sour Cherry Similar to Montmorency but larger and firmer. Mature size is 12'-15'x12'x15'. Ripens over an extended period of time until late June. Self-pollinating
Apple Trees

Whats New?!

Urban Apple Series Blushing Delight™, Golden Treat™, Tasty Red™ and Tangy Green™, yield good taste and performance in a square foot!

Malus   Urban Apple "Blushing Delight" Produces a blush of reddish green fruit with a slightly sweeter taste. 8'-10' high x 2' wide columnar tree  Ripens in mid September Will need 2 for cross pollination
Malus   Urban Apple "Golden Treat" Greenish-gold apples are tart in early fall, but get sweeter the longer they are on the tree. 8'-10 high 'x 2' wide columnar tree  Ripens in mid September Will need 2 for cross pollination
Malus   Urban Apple "Tangy Green" Lime green apples add a crisp, tart flavor to the series. 8'-10' high x 2' wide columnar tree  Ripens in mid September Will need 2 for cross pollination
Malus   Urban Apple "Tasty Red" Bright red apple with a sweet, juicy flavor. 8'-10' high x 2' wide columnar tree  Ripens in mid September Will need 2 for cross pollination

What We Are Growing

Pristine Blush to yellow crisp flesh, tart, excellent storage apple. Semi-dwarf. Good disease reisitance. Rippens in early July Requires a pollinator such as Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Enterprise or Empire.
Empire Similar to McIntosh in sweetness. Dark red flesh. Heavy producer. Resistant to fire blight and cedar apple rust. Rippens in mid-September Red Delicious and Gala are good pollinator choices.
Liberty Slightly tart, nearly white flesh is crisper than McIntosh.  Early mid- season variety Field immune to scab, rust, fire blight. Needs 2 pollinators. Wolf River or crabapples.
Redfree Red color. Firm/good texture. Disease resistant Early ripens in mid August
Granny Smith Popular multipurpose apple. Large and heavy producers. Grows 12'-18' high x 10'-15' wide. Ripens in early November Partially self-fruitful. Excellent pollinator for most apple varieties.
Gold Rush Great for organic growers. This dessert-apple tree is disease-resistant to apple scab and powdery mildew. Fruit has a tart, tangy flavor that sweetens with age. Disease resistant. Ripens in mid-to-late October Self-sterile, needs a pollinator. Best pollinators: Jonafree, Red Fuji or Enterprise.
Red Delicious Highly productive bright red fruit. Ripens in late September Best pollinators are Stark Jon-A-Red, Jonathan, Starkspur, Red Rome Beauty, or any Golden Delicious.
Brookfield Gala An improved Gala, originating in New Zealand, this Gala variety is widely planted in the United States and consistently produces fruit of excellent color and overall fruit quality. Ripens in early September Partially self-fruitful. Pollinates with Wolf River, Enterprise, Liberty, and Granny Smith.
Candycrisp Clear golden yellow fruit, firm juicy texture. Sweet, juicy taste. Golden skin with pink blush. Keeps up to four months. No disease problems noted and appears to be Fire Blight resistant.  Ripens in early October Pollinates with Wolf River
Stark Ultragold A flavor to match Golden Delicious.  Semi-Dwarf. Russet-resistant. Ripens in October Pollinates with Enterprise, Empire, Liberty, and Redfree.
Enterprise Flesh is creamy, crisp and aromatic. Stores well in refrigeration.  Extremely disease-resistant to apple scab, cedar apple rust and fire blight; moderate resistance to powdery mildew. Requires a pollinator such as Gold Rush, Empire, Ultra Gold, Granny Smith, Gala, or Wolf River.

 Peach Trees

Blushingstar Abundant production. Firm white flesh has a unique, sweet
flavor and resists browning when sliced.Freestone. Disease-resistant to bacterial spot.
Ripens in mid August. Self-pollinating Self-pollinating.
Carolina Belle Creamy flesh with honey sweet rich flavor. Disease resistant. Early mid-season Self pollinating. 
Redhaven Creamy texture. Almost fuzzless skin over firm, creamy textured yellow flesh. Tree is heavy-bearing and easy to grow and maintain. Late bloomer late to avoid spring frosts. Freestone. Disease-resistant to leaf spot. Ripens in late July Self-pollinating.
Elberta A famed peach for canning. Large, juicy, yellow fruit with a splash of crimson. Freestone.  Ripens in mid-to-late September Self pollinating.

 Nectarine Trees

Stark Ovation Large, yellow-fleshed freestone. One of the most reliable bearers. Cherry-red skin covers a yellow flesh. Sweet, juicy, mild with low acidity. Resistant to bacterial spot/trunk canker. Ripens in late August Self-pollinating
Flamin'fury Pf11 Reddish, orange and yellow skin. Freestone. Excellent flavor. Resistant to bacterial spot Ripens late July Self-pollinating 
Redgold Large red fruit with yellow flesh. Heavy producer. Freestone with rich flavor. Crack resistant Ripens in August Self-pollinating

 Pear Trees

Kieffer Young trees start producing fruit gradually with age. Delicious, juicy, yellow fruit. Immune to fire blight. Ripens in mid October Self-pollinating
Bartlett Starts bearing at a young age and is very productive. Fruit features a smooth, firm texture and a juicy, spicy taste. Most popular variety. Fire Blight can be a problem. Ripens in late August Partially self-sterile. Good pollinators are Moonglow and the ornamental Bradford Pear.
20th Century Asian Pear Round yellow skinned firm fruit. Juicy, sweet, mild flavored fruit is crisp like an apple. Keeps well. Easy to grow, heavy bearing small tree.  More disease resistance than European pears. Ripens in mid- to-late August Self-fruitful or pollenized by Shinseiki, Bartlett or other.

 Plum Trees

Bubblegum Plum Heavy producer of bubblegum-scented, medium-to-large-sized fruit. Reddish-bronze skin and juicy yellow flesh that’s as sweet as candy. Clingstone. Ripens in late August.  Ripens in late August Requires a pollinator. Best pollinators: Methley or Superior Plum. A good pollinator for other plum varieties.
Stanley Prune Plum

Produces abundant crops of oval-shaped fruit with deep purple skin and golden, freestone flesh. Tastes great when picked fresh or when dried or canned. Freestone. 

Ripens in early September Self-pollinating
Methley Heavy bearer of sweet, purple-red plums. Vigorous and resistant to fungal diseases such as rust. A superb pollinator for other Japanese plum trees. Clingstone.  Ripens in early July Self-pollinating

 Fig Trees

Brown Turkey Whitish pulp to pinkish-red; few seeds. Ripens in mid July Self-pollinating

 Pluot Trees

Flavor Supreme Pluot Plum/apricot hybrid with sweet, richly flavored, and firm red flesh. Greenish-maroon mottled skin. Ripens in mid June Needs a pollinator. Santa Rosa Plum is a good choice

 Paw Paw Trees

American Paw Paw Grows wild in much of the Eastern and Midwest portions of the United States. The trees produce tropical-like fruit with vanilla or banana/mango flavors. When ripe, the fruit’s soft flesh is very creamy.  Ripens in late September Requires 2 for pollination

 Butternut Trees

Stark Bountiful Native to North America. Slow growing white walnut that grows up to 60’ high x 50’ wide. Susceptible to Thousand Cankers Disease. Ripens in mid September to October Plant two or more for pollination purposes.