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Apple ‘Aztec Fuji®

Aztec Fuji®️’ comes from a seedling of the Fuji variety. The fruit is a deep red compared to Fuji and has the same sweet flavor. The ‘Aztec Fuji®️’ produces large, thin-skinned fruit that is low in acidity and excellent for eating fresh and cooking. The rootstock is GENEVA®️ 969 which is considered a semi-dwarfing rootstock.

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'The Natchez blackberry is a thornless, semi-erect growing blackberry plant. ‘Natchez’ produces large, firm, and sweet berries that are excellent for fresh eating and processing. It is a primocane-bearing variety, bearing fruit on second-year canes. This variety is known for its disease resistance and tolerance to challenging growing conditions.

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Blueberry ‘Legacy’

'Legacy’ blueberries are a beautiful cultivar and a highbush blueberry. ‘Legacy’ is a high producer when established. The berries are sweet and great for eating raw and making jams. 'Legacy' is great for southern climates with an ability to survive colder temperatures. The cultivar performs well in both shaded and sunny areas. Soil requirements for blueberries tend to enjoy mostly acidic soils.

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Fig ‘Celeste’

'Celeste' figs are well suited for the Southeast. The cultivar  does well with cold temperatures but may experience winter dieback in  severe conditions. The self  fertile ‘Celeste’ blooms in the spring. ‘Celeste’ sets fruit around July and is exceptionally sweet and rich. The fruit is medium size and bronze to purple in color. 

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Kiwi ‘Prolific’

Kiwi fruit is native to the Southwestern region of China. The self-fertile, ‘Prolific‘, produces 1-1.5 inch fruits which are known for their sweet and tangy flavor with notes of tropical fruit. The fruit is smaller and smoother in  comparison to a variety in Actinidia deliciosa. They are vining plants that can survive cold temperatures and grow up to 20ft in a season. 

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Olive ‘Arbequina’

Arbequina’ olives are a popular variety from the Catalonia region in Spain. The trees are exceptionally cold hardy and stay evergreen through the winter. This cultivar produces aromatic and delicious olives that are notorious for producing excellent oil.  ‘Arbequina’ olives are low maintenance and self pollinating.

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Apple ‘Firestorm™ Honeycrisp

‘Firestorm™️ Honeycrisp’ originated from a branch of a Honeycrisp tree and was distinguishable by its deep red color. It’s sweet and crisp features make it perfect for eating right off the tree. ‘Firestorm™️ Honeycrisp’ is a semi-spur cultivar. The rootstock is GENEVA®️ 890 which is considered a semi-vigorous rootstock.

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'Snowbank’ blackberry plants are vigorous and need a post or fence to trail on. The variety is self-fertile and produces flowers in the summer. The fruit is ready by the end of July on average. ‘Snowbank’ produces a sweet blackberry that is white/ translucent when mature. The berries are delicious and fun to watch ripen!


Blueberry ‘Primadonna’

'Primadonna’ blueberries are large, sweet, and one of the best tasting blueberry varieties. ‘Primadonna’ is partially self-fertile but yields more when partnered with another plant. The cultivar performs well in both shaded and sunny areas. Soil requirements for blueberries tend to enjoy mostly acidic soils.

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Fig ‘Magnolia’

Magnolia’ figs are one of the largest fig varieties available in the United States. The ‘Magnolia’ cultivar has a long season of fruit set from the middle to late Summer into the Fall. The fruit has a delicious sweet taste and a deep red/magenta color. It is recommended to harvest the fruit before it fully ripens to stop souring. 



Loquats are native to southeastern China but have been cultivated in other subtropical regions. Loquats are small, orange-fleshed fruits that are sweet and slightly tangy in flavor. Loquats are an evergreen tree that prefers full sun but can be grown in partial shade. Loquats will need protection from deep freeze below 15°F.

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Peach ‘Contender’

'Contender' peaches are freestone variety. This cultivar does well with cold temperatures and has a late flower. The self-fertile ‘Contender’ blooms in the spring. ‘Contender’ establishes fruit later in the summer and is perfect for eating fresh and/or canning. The fruit is a yellow peach that is medium to large size and it is juicy and sweet.

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Apple ‘Granny Smith

‘Granny Smith’ apple cultivar originated in Australia around 1800’s. Granny Smith produces a firm, crisp, and tart-tasting apple. These characteristics make ‘Granny Smith’ a very popular baking and cooking apple. The rootstock is Bud. 118, which is considered a semi-standard rootstock reaching 80% the size of a standard apple tree.

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'Von' Blackberry is one of the first erect thornless blackberry cultivars produced by North Carolina State University. 'Von' produces berries in the second year as a late-season variety. The fruit has an outstanding post-harvest marketability. 'Von' is a vigorous and easy growing blackberry. 'Von' requires little maintenance.

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Fig ‘Brown Turkey’

Brown Turkey' figs are one of the most requested fig varieties grown in the United States. The cultivar’s double harvest  in the summer and fall along  with sweet fruit contribute to its popularity. This variety can grow a large and broad canopy if they are not pruned. If pruning is necessary, after second harvest is best. 

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Goji Berry

The Goji berry, or wolfberry,  is a small red fruit that has been grown and eaten in China since  the 3rd century AD. Goji berries are sweet and tangy. They can be eaten raw, dried, used in cooking or for tea. The fruit provides  vitamins, protein and antioxidants which has many considering it a “superfood”. Goji berrys are vigorous growers that produces draping branches.

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Mulberry ‘Dwarf Everbearing’

'Dwarf Everbearing' is a small variety mulberry that is known for its compact size(4-6ft) and manageable growth. In Morus nigra, mulberries will produce delicious, black, and juicy berries rich in nutrients throughout the spring and summer. The 'Dwarf Everbearing' is a popular choice for smaller gardens or limited spaces, as it can be easily grown in containers.

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Peach ‘Elberta’

'Elberta' peaches are a freestone variety. This cultivar is one of the most popular Georgia peaches. It was cultivated in the 1800’s. The self-fertile ‘Elberta’ blooms in the spring. ‘Elberta’ establishes fruit in the summer and is perfect for eating fresh. The fruit is large in size and a yellow peach that is juicy and sweet. 850 chill hours are needed for ‘Elberta’.

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Peach ‘Monaco’

'Monaco' peaches are a cling variety. This cultivar needs 750 chill hours. ‘Monaco’ comes from a Lovell mutation discovered in 1937. The self-fertile ‘Monaco’ blooms in the spring. ‘Monaco’ establishes fruit in the summer and it is a popular canning cultivar. The fruit is large in size and yellow peach with similarities to ‘Halford’.


Pomegranate ‘Parfianka’

'Parfianka’ pomegranate trees are perfect for the  Southeastern climate. ‘Parfianka’ supports large yields and is considered one of the most flavorful pomegranate cultivars. Along with the delicious taste, ‘Parfianka’ produces some of the smallest and softest seeds making it exceptional for eating fresh or juicing. 

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Pomegranate ‘Salavatski’

'Salavatski' is one of the most resilient pomegranate cultivars due to its cold hardiness and drought tolerance in extreme temperatures. The trees produce excellent fruit that comes in shades of orange and red. The fruit is large, sweet, and consistently holds large yields in the fall.

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