Combine beauty and function in the landscape with plants that look good and produce food as well.  Some fruits grow on trees, some on shrubs or small perennial plants. 

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Small Fruits

fruits on small plants

Blackberry

'Chester'  (mostly thornless)

Baby Cakes™ (thornless)

 

Grapes (seedless)

'Concord ' (purple)

'Himrod'  (white)

‘Reliance’ (Red)

 

Raspberry

'Heritage' (Red everbearing)

'Jewel' (Black)

 

Raspberry Shortcake® (Dwarf red)

 

Blueberry

'Bluecrop'

'Blue Ray'

'Jersey'

Blueberry Glaze®(dwarf)

Jelly Bean®  (dwarf)

Pink Icing™ (dwarf)

Peach Sorbet™® (dwarf)

Perpetua (dwarf)

Gooseberry

'Pixwell'

 

Strawberry

'Allstar'

'Earliglow'

'Honeoye'

'Ozark Beauty'

 

Fig

‘Brown Turkey’

‘Chicago Hardy’

Nut Trees

Pecan

Carya illinoinensis  

'Colby'

'Kanza'

‘Peruque’

‘Pawnee’

 

Walnut

Carpathian-English

 

Chestnut

Chinese

Misc.

Rhubarb

'Crimson Red'

 

Asparagus

'Jersey Knight'

'Mary Washington'

‘Sweet Purple’

 

Hardy Kiwi

'Issai'

Fruit Trees

Apples

‘Empire’

‘Freedom‘   

‘Granny Smith’

‘Royal Gala‘

‘Honeycrisp’

'Honeygold'

‘SnowSweet’®

‘Urban Apples’®

Available for 2018

Fruits and Nuts- Edible Landscaping

Cherry

‘Montmorency’ (sour)

‘North Star’ (sour)

Peach

'Redhaven'

   ‘Reliance’

Pear

'Summercrisp'

‘Parker’

Apricot – Plums

(Order from Stark Bros.)