Anna apple trees produce remarkable fruit for mild-winter climates in Southern California. Heavy crops of sweet, crisp, flavorful apples even in low desert.
Babcock peach trees are long time favorites with a fruit that is white fleshed freestone.
The Mission fig is a high quality fig variety. It is a dark skinned fig with a strawberry colored interior. The skin of the fruit often cracks when it is ripe
Bonita peach trees produce a fruit that is a medium to large yellow freestone with red blush. They are sweet, sub-acidic and very flavorful.
Those who prize Brown Turkey figs praise the milder flavor and subtle sweetness that works well in many dishes. The fruit is even outstanding for home preserves.
Desert Gold peach trees produce fruit that are tree-ripened and have a good flavor and sweetness for such an early variety.
Donut peach trees are also called Saucer or Peento Peach. They are a unique white-fleshed fruit with a sunken center (shaped like a doughnut).
The Dorsett Golden apple tree produces and outstanding sweet apple for warm winter areas. Firm, very flavorful, sweet like Golden Delicious.
Fantasia nectarine fruit trees produce fruit that are popular, large, yellow freestones. Early harvest fruit is firm, ripe and tangy.
The Fuji apple tree is a recent introduction from Japan that has quickly become California's favorite apple. Sweet, very crisp, and flavorful, excellent keeper.
Also known as the apple persimmon, the Fuyu persimmon tree produces fruit that are medium sized with a flat shape and still hard when ripe.
The Gala apple tree produces a wonderful dessert apple and is originally from New Zealand. Crisp, nice blend of sweetness, tartness, and has a rich flavor.
The Goldkist apricot trees are an excellent backyard apricot for warm winter climates. They are self-fertile.
Goldmine nectarine trees are a long-time favorite in California and Western Oregon. They are small to medium size white fleshed freestone.
The Granny Smith apple originates from New Zealand and is a large, late, green, and all-purpose apple. It is crisp, tart and is an excellent keeper.
Hachiya persimmon trees produce fruit that are large, deep orange-red and have an acorn shape. Hot summers are required to mature the fruit.
The Hosui Asian pear trees are consistently rated the best-tasting asian pear. They are large, sweet, flavorful, refreshing, crisp like an apple with a brownish-orange russetted skin.
The Katy apricot trees are large, all-purpose, flavorful freestones. Tree-ripe fruit is sub-acidic (not tart).
The fruit is large with an attractive red-hued, brown skin and amber flesh. It has especially been a long-time favorite in cool coastal areas, and is excellent inland as well.
Panamint nectarine trees produce a fruit that is an attractive red-skinned yellow freestone. They are aromatic, intensely flavored and have a nice acid-sugar balance.
The Red Fuji apple is a redder skinned bud sport of the Fuji. It is sweet, very crisp, flavorful and is an excellent keeper.
The Royal/Blenheim apricot trees are all-purpose, freestone, sweet, aromatic and flavorful. They are the longtime #1 apricot in California.
The Shinseiki Asian pear trees produce a fruit this is juicy, sweet, refreshing and crisp like an apple. They are easy to grow and keep very well.
Snow Queen nectarine trees produce fruit that are the taste test winners. They are a sweet, juicy, early season white freestone.
The Twentieth Century Asian Pear trees are juicy, sweet, mild-flavored and crisp like apple. They keep well and are easy to grow, heavy bearing trees.
Kadota is an open bush, ripening most of its figs on last years growth. The fruits are yellow, medium large size and delicious, ripening best with full sun and hot temperatures.
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