Midwest

Midwest
Category: Selecting Plants for Your Region
Posted: 09-25-2012 23:59
Synopsis: Find out what grows best in the Midwest.

 

 

APPLES VARIETIES  PEAR VARIETIES OTHER TREE FRUIT
  • Arkansas Black. Wolf River, Liberty, Beni Shogun, Spitzenburg, Fameuse, Enterprise, Gravenstein,William’s Pride, Dayton
  • Pristine
  • Bartlett, Comice, Warren, Seckel, Ichiban, Shinseiki, Mishirasu,
  • Yongi
  • Mulberries
    • Illinois
    • Wellington
  • American Persimmons, Paw Paws, Serviceberries, Jujubes, Cornus Mas, Quinces, Nanking Cherry, Medlar, Quinces
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BERRY VARIETIES GRAPE VARIETIES
  • Blueberries
    • Bluecrop, Bluegold, Hannah's Choice
  • Blackberries
    • Chester
    • Triple Crown
  • Raspberries
    • Caroline, Jewel Black
    • Royalty Purple
  • Strawberries
    • Tristar, Jewel, Early Glo
    • Alpine
  • Currants
    • RedWhite
    • Crandall & Minaj Black
  • Gooseberries
    • Pixwell
    • Hinomaki Red and Yellow
    • Leepared
  • Elderberries, Aronia, Sea Buckthorn, Goumi,
  • High bush Cranberry
  • Grapes
    • Concord, Reliance, Canadice, Mars
    • Niagara, Buffalo,
  • Other Vines
    • Hardy Kiwi, Magnolia Vine
    • Akebia Vine
PLUM VARIETIES CHERRY VARIETIES NUT VARIETIES
  • Stanley Plum
  • Italian, Mt. Royal Plum
  • Montmorency, Surefire, Vandelay, Tehranivee Cherry
    Filberts

Chinese Chestnuts  Black Walnuts

Northern Pecan


Cedar Apple Rust (CAR) and Fireblight Resistance
Apple Variety Scab CAR Fireblight P Mildew
Dayton
Enterprise
Liberty
Pricilla
Pristine
William's Pride
Red Free
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  • Scab resistant apples not resistant to CAR: Goldrush, Prima
  • Scab resistant apples not resistant to Fireblight: Sir Prize

 




Items listed on the website are what we have available this season. Items appearing in the Raintree catalog that are sold out do not appear on the website. If you are interested in reserving a sold out item for next year, call us at 1-800-391-8892.
LATE PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS: If you live in an area where temperatures are now often above 75 degrees, it is too warm to plant bare root plants. You can call us and reserve for next season. For those of you in cooler areas, our bare root plants area dormant in cold storage and are in great condition to dig in and grow for you.

We advise soaking the roots for 24 hours before planting.
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