|Apples||Braeburn Apple||Late season, crisp and tangy, similar to Granny Smith but richer flavor. Excellent keeper. Green with dark red blush. October-November harvest. Self-fruitful.|
|Apples||Fuji Apple||Sweet, crisp and flavorful, excellent keeper. Late September. Excellent pollenizer for other apple varieties. Self-fruitful.|
|Apricots||Blenheim (Royal) Apricot||The standard, with delicious juicy fruit. Very early in this area--late May - June.|
|Berries--Blackberry||Boysenberry, thornless||Very large fruit, very productive. Reddish-black fruit. Sweet and tart all-purpose berries. The berry of Knott s Berry Farm! June. [sorry, our grower was not able to supply this year]|
|Berries--Blackberry||Marion Berry||Firm large fruit holds its shape in cooking. The classic commercial blackberry. Very sweet, rich flavor, described as complex. The Cabernet of Blackberries. June.|
|Berries--Blackberry||Triple Crown Berry, thornless||Large fruit, excellent flavor. Blackberry class. Late producer extends season into July.|
|Blueberries||Bluecrop Blueberry||Northern Highbush, but grows here. Upright bush is fiery red in fall [LeC]. Leading commercial variety, large high-quality fruit.
|Blueberries||Emerald Blueberry||Southern Highbush. Large berries, very productive, great flavor. Ripens over a long period.
|Blueberries||Jewel Blueberry||Southern Highbush. 5 to 6 feet tall with 4 to 5 foot spread. Vigorous plant, very productive, large high-quality fruit. Early to mid season.
|Blueberries||O Neal Blueberry (box)||Southern Highbush. Four-foot-tall bush. Attractive flowers, nice fall color. Fruit ripens very early and over a long period. Considered by some to have the best flavor of any of the Southern Highbush types [MBN]
|Blueberries||O Neal Blueberry (gallon pot)||Southern Highbush. Four-foot-tall bush. Attractive flowers, nice fall color. Fruit ripens very early and over a long period. Considered by some to have the best flavor of any of the Southern Highbush types [MBN]
|Blueberries||Pink Lemonade Blueberry||Southern Highbush. Upright grower to about 5 feet tall. Berries are pink when ripe, very sweet. Only requires about 300 chilling hours.|
|Blueberries||Sunshine Blue Blueberry||Southern Highbush. Very compact bush with showy pink flowers; evergreen. Tolerant of high pH soil; low chilling requirement. Widely adaptable.
|Figs||Black Mission Fig||Purplish-black skin, pink flesh, rich flavor. Heavy bearing large tree with 2 crops per year. Fresh or dry. One of the classic California figs.|
|Figs||Violette de Bordeaux Fig||Natural dwarf tree, easily kept under 10'. Bears very heavily. Fruit is small, black, with red flesh. Very sweet. 2 crops per year.|
|Grapes, table||Ruby Seedless Grape||Dark red, sweet, crisp fruit. Ripens in August.|
|Grapes, table||Black Monukka Seedless Grape||Seedless black table grape, very sweet with crisp texture. August - September.|
|Grapes, table||Eastern Concord Seedless Grape||Blue black seedless grapes with strong, rich flavor. Popular for juice, jelly. Attractive foliage; nice for arbors. August - September.|
|Grapes, table||Flame Seedless Grape (b/r)||Very vigorous, productive red seedless grape with good flavor and texture.
Ripens August - September
|Grapes, table||Flame Seedless Grape (box)||Very vigorous, productive red seedless grape with good flavor and texture.
Ripens August - September
Jujube (Chinese date)
|Round, flat-bottomed fruit of medium size. Known for its rich, sweet and tangy flavor. -- DWN|
|Mulberries||Persian Mulberry*||Fruit like juicy blackberries. Harvest in early summer for over a month. Birds love them.|
|Mulberries||Teas Weeping Mulberry*||Sweet, juicy fruit in early summer. Birds love them. Tree makes a striking accent, or playhouse for young kids.|
|Nectarines||Double Delight Nectarine||Beautiful flowers, excellent fruit on this attractive landscape tree. Mid-July.|
|Nectarines||Fantasia Nectarine||Bright red skin, firm fleshed fruit. One of the best. Mid - late July.|
|Nectarines||Flavortop Nectarine||Excellent fruit, firm texture; showy flowers. Early to Mid-July.|
|Nectarines||Heavenly White Nectarine||Outstanding flavor and texture; one of the best summer fruits of all. July.|
|Nectarines||JuneGlo Nectarine||Outstanding fruit, one of the best early stone fruits. Semi-freestone when fully ripe.|
|Nectarines||Necta Zee Nectarine*||Miniature tree. Sweet, very flavorful yellow freestone, beautiful red skin. Mid-June to early July in central CA. Strong, vigorous tree to 6 ft. Best self-fruitful miniature nectarine. 400 hours or less. Self- fruitful. -- Dave Wilson Nursery|
|Peaches||Arctic Supreme Peach||Astounding white peach. Rich flavor, firm texture (unlike most white peaches).
Cling ( nearly freestone when fully ripe ).
|Peaches||Fantastic Elberta Peach||Beautiful flowers and heavy production of outstanding Elberta peaches on this dual-purpose landscape tree. One of the best. Good all-purpose peach. Early August.|
|Peaches||Gold Dust Peach||Excellent early peach with very good flavor and firm flesh. Excellent to plant with later varieties. Mid-June.|
|Peaches||Honey Babe Miniature Peach*||Very high quality fruit on a miniature tree. Easy way to grow peaches in very limited space; nice accent in herb or vegetable garden. Mid-July.|
|Peaches||Loring Peach||One of the best. Showy flowers, large fruit, very productive, great texture, top-rated flavor! Highly recommended! Mid-July.|
|Peaches||O Henry Peach||Large showy flowers. Very productive, firm texture, very good quality fruit with rich flavor. Excellent all-purpose late peach. August.|
|Peaches||Red Baron Peach||Stunning double red blooms--the showiest of all. Wonderful landscape tree. Very rich, sweet, juicy fruit over a long period. Softens quickly, eat right away. Mid-July to early August. Low chilling hours.|
|Peaches||Rio Oso Gem Peach||Very large fruit with firm texture and excellent flavor, on a naturally small tree. An outstanding very late variety. One of the best. Mid-August.|
|Pears, Asian||20th Century Pear (Asian)||(aka Nijisseiki, "Apple Pear") Earliest variety. Juicy fruit with pleasant flavor. Very susceptible to fireblight, but vigorous so it can outgrow it seasonally. Self-fruitful. Late July - mid-August.|
|Pears, Asian||Shinko Pear (Asian)||Medium - large brownish fruit. Very rich, sweet with good texture. Stores well for several weeks. One of the best. Very good fireblight resistance. August - mid-September.|
|Pears, Asian||Shinseiki Pear (Asian)||Medium size yellow, juicy fruit with mild flavor. Self-fruitful. Late July - mid-August.|
|Pears, European||Warren Pear (European)||Very productive, even when young. Juicy fruit is soft textured when ripe. No grit cells. Very resistant to fireblight. Reliably self-fruitful.|
|Persimmons||Fuyu Persimmon||Medium size flattened red-orange fruit can be eaten while still firm. Non-astringent. November. A mature Fuyu can produce 500 or more fruit!
Jiro is the form of Fuyu most common in California; Imoto is the form most common in Japan.
|Persimmons||Hachiya Persimmon||Very large oblong red-orange fruit (has a short point) with very rich flavor. The best for cooking. Astringent until fully ripe; must be squishy soft before you can eat it. December.|
|Plums||Burgundy Plum||Red skin with red flesh all the way to the pit. Mellow, sweet, great for fresh eating. Self-fruitful. Pollenizer for pluerry. Holds on tree well: early July to early September!|
|Plums||Nubiana Plum||Large dark purple plum with sweet, firm amber flesh. Holds well on tree for 2 - 3 weeks. Self-fruitful. Mid - late July.
|Plums||Santa Rosa Plum||Purplish tart skin, yellow-to-red sweet flesh. Very popular and productive, heavy producing all-purpose plum. Self-fruitful and good pollenizer for other plums and pluots. Mid-June, into July.|
|Plums||Satsuma Plum||Red plum, firm dark red juicy flesh, amazing rich flavor. Excellent! A true gourmet fruit. Needs pollenizer. August.|
|Plums||Weeping Santa Rosa*||Weeping variant of the Santa Rosa that makes a lovely garden accent. Very productive, self-fruitful. Ripens early to mid July|
|Pluots||Dapple Dandy Pluot||Taste test winner! Mottled red and yellowish fruit with tangy sweet plum-apricot flavor. One of the best! Pollenize with Flavor Supreme, Flavor Queen, or Santa Rosa plum. August.|
|Pluots||Flavor Supreme Pluot||Taste test winner; one of the best summer fruits. Greenish mottled fruit with red flesh. Sweet, rich, tangy, early. Outstanding! Pollenize with Santa Rosa plum or any other pluot. The earliest pluot. June.|
|Pomegranates||Parfianka Pomegranate||Does very well here. Highly rated for flavor. Great for juice or fresh eating. UC Davis introduction.|
|Quince||Smyrna Quince*||Huge quantities of lemon yellow fruit with rich perfume and wonderful flavor, used in cooking and preserves. September - November.|
|Rhubarb||Rhubarb, Crimson Cherry||The reddest rhubarb, very tender and flavorful.|
|Almonds||All-in-One Almond||Heavy producer, self-fruitful, great for home gardens.|
|Almonds||Garden Prince Almond||Natural dwarf tree to 10' or less. Very productive. Showy pink flowers. Self-fruitful.|
|dwarf redleaf flowering plum||Purple Pony||Naturally dwarf red-leaf plum to 10 - 12 ; easily kept lower. White flowers make a strong contrast against dark red new growth. Very little or no fruit. Excellent small tree for garden or patio.|
|Redbud, Western||Grows to 8 - 10 +, as large shrub or small multi-trunked tree. Beautiful magenta flowers in March, and distinctive grey-green foliage. Nice plantings in the UC Davis Arboretum. Very drought-tolerant and requires that summer irrigation be infrequent. Susceptible to verticillium wilt.|
|AsparagusSaturday, December 19, 2020||Asparagus, Mary Washington||Heirloom variety from 1900 selected for disease resistance. Vigorous, productive.|
|Asparagus||Asparagus, Sweet Purple||Purple spears turn green when cooked. Very thick, tender, sweet spears.|
|* = ordered but not confirmed|
|also available in limited numbers, container stock:||Apples -- Gala, Golden Delicious, Pink Lady; Fig -- Kadota; Peach -- Stark Saturn (Donut); Pomegranate Wonderful (bush and tree forms)|