The following is a list of fruit trees we usually stock.  Please call or come in to verify
whether we have a specific variety of tree available.  Also, we like to pick up unusual
specimens when available, so it's best to drop in.......

  • Apricot - Moor Park Apricot
    Long-time favorite of apricot fanciers for its exceptionally rich flavor and
    aroma. Reliable producer. Used fresh and for canning. 600 hours. Self-

  • Apples - Columnar Apples (need two different varieties for cross-pollination)

    Scarlet Sentinel:  Dense clusters of white blossoms followed by large,
    delicious, red-blushed, greenish-yellow fruit. Attractive, distinctive, narrow-
    growing (columnar) tree grows to about ten feet. Trees topped for height
    control develop upright side limbs. Easily adapted to container growing.
    Estimated chilling requirement 800 hours. Pollinated by North pole™ or
    other apple varieties.

    North pole: Large, red-skinned McIntosh-type fruit is crisp, juicy and
    aromatic. Attractive, distinctive, narrow-growing (columnar) tree, grows to
    about ten feet. Trees topped for height control develop upright side limbs.
    Easily adapted to container growing. Estimated chilling requirement 800
    hours. Pollinated by Scarlet Sentinel or other apple varieties.

  • Apples -  
    Gala: Wonderful dessert apple from New Zealand. Crisp, nice blend of
    sweetness and tartness, rich flavor. Skin reddish-orange over yellow.
    Early harvest, 2-3 weeks before Red Delicious. Good pollen sizer for
    other varieties. 5-600 hours. Self fruitful.

    Fuji: Recent introduction from Japan that quickly became California's
    favorite apple. Sweet, very crisp and flavorful, excellent keeper. Dull
    reddish-orange skin, sometimes gusseted. Ripe mid-September. Excellent
    pollen sizer for other apple varieties. Chilling requirement apparently less
    than 600 hours. Self fruitful.

  • Avocado

  • Grapefruit - Oro Blanco
    In winter, surprisingly sweet yellow fruit.  Huge, intensely fragrant
    flowers and dark green large foliage make an attractive tree.
  • Kumquat - Nagami
    Olive-shaped orange fruit ripen in winter.  Eat small fruit whole for
    sweet/tart sensation.
  • Kumquat - Meiwa
    Sweeter and more round than Nagami.  Both varieties grow best in
    hot locations.
  • Lemon -
  • Meyer (on espalier)
  • Improved Dwarf Meyer
  • Meyer
    Most popular in home gardens, prolific bearer, juicy fruit is
    slightly sweeter than other lemons with light, acidic flavor.  
    Often continuous harvest.
  • Variegated Pink
    Distinctive green and yellow variegated foliage. Lemons
    have pink flesh, clear juice and acidic lemon flavor. Fuchsia
    colored new growth and flower buds. Excellent landscape
    tree prized more for interesting variegated foliage than for
    fruit quality and quantity.
  • Lisbon
    Another major commercial variety.  Upright, dense foliage,
    thornier than Eureka, preferred in desert and inland.
  • Eureka
    California classic lemon with abundant crops of commercial
    quality fruit .Prune tree to keep compact.  Handsome
    productive tree has fewer thorns than Lisbon.
  • Lime -
  • Rangpur
    Tart reddish orange fruit is used like lime, although it is a
    sour Mandarin from India. The overlap of prolific fruit and
    purple tinged blooms make this a wonderful ornamental tree.
    Popular in mixed drinks or simply sliced for ice tea.
  • Kaffir
    Authentic, aromatic leaf essential for Thai cooking; used in
    soups, vegetables, curry,
  • Mexican 'Key'
    Small, sometimes seedy fruit with genuine tropical flavor year-
    round.  Frost sensitive.
  • Bearss Seedless
    True lime of Tahiti type.  Fruit larger than Mexican lime.  
    Good in cool areas.  Year-round.
  • Yuzu
    Also known as Japanese Citron. In the fall, this thorny tree
    produces lumpy, medium-sized, yellow to orange fruits that
    are uniquely fragrant and highly prized as flavoring agents in
    Asian cuisine, and for marmalade. Trees are among the cold-
    hardiest of all citrus.
  • Mandarin  
  • Clemetine (Algerian)
    Sweet, juicy fruit ripens a month after Satsuma, holding well
    on the tree.  Dense foliage.
  • Owari Satsuma
    Seedless fruit ripens Nov-Dec.  Hardiest of all the
    mandarins.  Slow growing at first but worth the wait.
  • W. Murcott
    In Florida called 'Honey'.  Flesh orange-colored.  Tender,
    very juicy, rich tangerine flavor.  Spring ripening.
  • Murcott FL Honey
  • Calamondin
    Prolific fruit production. Zesty acid juice. Handsome compact
    habit and miniature fruit. Outstanding in containers and
    bonsai.  Hybrid between kumquat and mandarin.  
  • Orange  

  • Valencia
    Summer ripening fruit holds to the tree through the fall.  
    Grow your own orange juice!
  • Cara Cara Navel
    Early-ripening Navel Orange with medium red colored flesh.
    Fruit has rich sweet flavor. Venezuelan introduction.
  • Washington Navel
    California's famous winter-ripening variety. Sweet, seedless
    fruit ripens in ten months.
  • Robertson Navel
    Bestselling winter-ripening variety. Early and heavy bearing.
    Cultivar of Washington Navel.

  • Pummelo - Chandler
    A vigorous large leafed tree with open growth habit. Produces large
    pink-fleshed fruit which are somewhat larger than standard
    grapefruit. Heavy producing in the right location, provided sufficient
    summer heat and frost protection.

  • Tangelo - Minneola
    Deep reddish-orange colored fruit in winter. Leave fruit on tree for
    rich tangerine-like flavor in late spring through summer.

  • Tangerine - Dancy
    Often found on fruit stands at Christmas time. Heavily laden trees
    are popular for Chinese New Year.
  • Cherry
  • Bing Cherry
    Large, firm, juicy, sweet, nearly black when ripe -- superb flavor,
    the No.1 cherry. Mid-season. Large vigorous tree. Pollinated by
    Black Tartarian, Van, Rainier. Also Stella in colder climates. 700
  • English Morello Sour Cherry
    Late-ripening tart cherry for cooking, sometimes eaten fresh when
    fully ripe. Dark red to nearly black fruit with dark juice. Small, round-
    headed tree with drooping branches (easy to harvest). European
    origins obscure, introduced to America prior to 1862. 700 hours.
  • Espalier style grafted with Bing, Stell, Corum, and Black Tartarian

  • Fig -
  • Kadota Fig
    Large, light greenish-yellow 'white' skin, amber flesh. Long-lived,vigorous.
    Prune to any shape. Very sweet fruit needs hot weather to ripen.
    Fresh/dry/can. 100 hours. Self-fruitful.

  • King Fig - Light green 'white' skin, strawberry colored pulp. Rich flavor,
    excellent fresh-eating quality. Large breba (spring) crop. Later crop is
    light in hot climates, heavier in coastal climates. Prune only lightly,
    occasionally. (Heavy winter pruning removes breba crop.) 100 hours. Self-

  • Nectarine -
  • EZ Pick Snow Queen
    Sweet, juicy, early season white freestone. Late June harvest in
    Central CA., 2-3 weeks ahead of Babcock peach. Estimated
    chilling: 250-300 hours. Self-fruitful.
  • Arctic Glo White
    Sprightly-sweet, early season white-fleshed nectarine. High scores
    in taste tests: nice balance of sugar and acid, very appealing
    flavor. Highly recommended for home orchards. Late June/early
    July in central CA. 6-700 hours. Self-fruitful. Pat. No. 7884. (Zaiger)
  • Pear - Bartlett

  • Persimmon - Hachiya Persimmon
    Juicy, sweet, refreshing, crisp like an apple. Easy to grow. Keeps well.
    Harvest late July/early August in Central Calif. Bright yellow skin.
    Vigorous, heavy bearing (usually by 2nd year). 350-450 hours. Self-

-Fuyu Persimmon
  • Pluot -
  • Flavor King Pluot
    Taste test winner. Unique plum-apricot hybrid. Remarkable, spicy
    bouquet and flavor. Reddish-purple skin, sweet red flesh. Harvest
    mid August in Central Calif. Naturally small tree. 5-600 hours.
    Pollenized by Flavor Supreme, Santa Rosa or Late Santa Rosa.
    Pat. No. 8026.(Zaiger)
  • Flavorosa
    Deep purple-skinned fruit with red flesh. Mild, sweet flavor. Ripens
    at the end of May. Pollinate with Japanese plum. 400 hours chill
    required. Patent # 10285 (Zaiger)
  • Plum
  • Santa Rosa Plum
    Most popular plum in California & Arizona. Juicy, tangy, flavorful.
    Reddish-purple skin, amber flesh tinged red. Late June in Central
    Calif. 300 hours. Self-fruitful.
  • Stanley Prune
    Large, dark blue skin. Juicy, sweet, delicious, greenish-yellow
    meaty flesh, freestone. Late summer harvest. Late blooming,
    extremely cold hardy and reliable. 800 hours. Self-fruitful.

Kiwi vines- we have male/female kiwi vine combos in the same pot.                 Many
growers have stopped selling them individually and now combine them in the same pot.

  •        Goji Berries

  •        Thornless boysenberries

  •        Misc blueberries (call for varieties)

  •        Gooseberries and White Currants

  •        Sochi Tea shrubs
  •                                                         Pomegranates
    Fruit Trees & Citrus
Variegated Pink Lemon
Rangpur Lime
Clementine Mandarin
Mexican Key Lime
Oro Blanco Grapefruit
Cara Cara Naval Orange
Robertson Naval Orange