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APPLE

Apples are believed to be the oldest cultivated fruit tree in the world. We've selected these trees for there flowering time, hardiness and fruit quality along with their readiness to eat fresh, bake or can with. Apple trees are not self pollinating so they require another tree of a different variety to provide the pollen to make fruit. Usually there are sufficient trees around to provide this pollen, but just be aware if you are in a rural setting that more then one tree maybe necessary. Rule of thumb is usually if you can see another apple tree from your tree, you are ok. If you don't see the variety you are looking for listed below, send us a message and we'll see if it is available. Please note: custom orders need to be in by mid-April and are subject to availabilty.

 

Honey Crisp Apple

Honey Crisp Apple trees have green foilage with white flowers in the Spring. They are a late season apple that has a thin red crisp skin. The fruit inside is sweet to the taste and is suitable for eating fresh, canning and baking. It can grow to about 5m (15ft) tall and spread to 4-5m (12-15ft).

#5 pot - 5-6ft tall: 89.00 ea. Sold Out

#7 pot - 7ft tall: $99.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Goodland Apple

Goodland Apple trees will have green foilage with white flowers in the Spring. They are a late season apple that is green-yellow with a slight red blush. The skin is crisp and the fruit inside is tender. Suitable for eating fresh, canning and baking. It can grow to about 5m (15ft) tall and spread to 4-5m (12-15ft).

#5 pot - 5-6ft tall: $89.00 ea. Sold Out

#7 pot - 7ft tall: $99.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

PLUMS

Plum trees available here are selected for there readiness to eat fresh, can or cook with and to have flowering times that co-inside with most popular varieties to ensure cross pollination. If you don't see the variety you are looking for listed below, send us a message and we'll see if it is available. Please note: custom orders need to be in by mid-April and are subject to availabilty.

Pembina Plum

The Pembina Plum is a prairie hardy selection with large purple fruit and juicy yellow flesh. Harvest is in late August. It can grow to about 5m (15ft) tall and spread to 4m (12ft).

#5 pot - 5-6ft tall: $89.00 ea. Sold Out

#7 pot - 7ft tall: $99.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Brookgold Plum

Brookgold plum is another prairie hardy selection that has golden-yellow skin and a sweet tasting flesh. Harvest is in late August. It can grow to about 5m (15ft) tall and spread to 4m (12ft).

#5 pot - 5-6ft tall: $89.00 ea. Sold Out

#7 pot - 7ft tall: $99.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

CHERRY

Cherry trees have gained popularity on the prairies because of successful cross breeding that has provided excellent cold hardiness and good quality fruit. The Cherry trees available here are self pollinating dwarf trees and have been selected for their readiness to eat fresh and cook with. If you don't see the variety you are looking for listed below , send us a message and we'll see if it is available. Please note: custom orders need to be in by mid-April and are subject to availabilty.

Carmine Jewel Cherry

The Carmine Jewel Cherry is a single stem dwarf cherry that has showy white flowers followed by good sized tart red cherries that rippen in mid-summer. They are great for eating fresh, canning or making wine. It can grow to about 2.5m (8ft) tall and spread to 2m (6ft).

#5 pot - 2-3ft tall: $79.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Note: dwarf trees do not follow standard pot size conventions and height is just an estimate.

Juliet Cherry

Juliet Cherry is also single stem dwarf cherry with showy white flowers that are followed by large delicious red cherries that rippen in mid-summer. They are great for eating and making jams and jellies. It can grow to about 2.5m (8ft) tall and spread to 2m (6ft).

#5 pot - 2-3ft tall: $79.00 ea. Sold Out

Pot size guide

Note: dwarf trees do not follow standard pot size conventions and height is just an estimate.

 

Benefits of Fertilizing your trees.

Just like plants and grass, trees can benefit greatly from fertilizing. It provides for full lush growth and vibrant colors along with nutrients to build a strong root system to keep the tree growing strong, maintain good health and keep up disease resistance thoughout the growing season.

Prairietime Trees Premium mix with a N-P-K of 17-16-17 provides more than enough of the essential nutrients that both large and small trees need. It comes in a 4 liter pail which weights in at about 6 lbs or 2.72 kgs and is only $15.00 per pail. There is enough for 30-40 trees if given 1 handful.

It can be pick-up at our tree center just North of Estevan on hwy 47 and the corner of township road 32. We are on Google Maps for directions.

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