Apples – requires 2 apple varieties for proper pollination.
Apricots – some are self-pollinating but all apricots will be more productive with 2 varieties.
Peach – self-pollinating, no need for another variety.
Pears – requires 2 pear varieties for proper pollination.
Plums – requires 2 plum varieties for proper pollination. Toka is a good pollinator for most plums. Mount Royal is self-pollinating
Cherries – self-pollinating, no need for another variety.
Crabapple Trees – excellent pollinators for your apples trees, especially if you have pollination gaps between your varieties.
- Connell Red AppleSweet and mild with a crisp texture. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking. Hardy to -30. Zones 3-5. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- Cortland AppleSweet, crisp, fresh eating,dessert apple. Noted for not turning brown after cutting. Hardy to -30.
- Fireside AppleOld-fashioned dessert, fresh eating and baking apple. Hardy to -50.Zones 3-8. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- Freedom AppleGood multi-use apple. Medium to large red fruit on almost invisible yellow skin. Crisp, juicy, sweet, good-tasting flesh.
- Frostbite AppleVery sweet and tangy. Great for fresh eating and desserts. Also good for deer plots. Hardy to -30. Zones 4-6. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock. 5/8 to 3/4″
- Haralson AppleMild tart flavor. Good for fresh eating and cider. Excellent for baking as it holds its shape and texture. Hardy to -30. Zones 2-7. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- Honeycrisp AppleA very crisp, excellent fresh eating, cooking and cider apple. Hardy to -40. Zones 2-7. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock
- Honeygold Apple
Sweet, crisp, juicy with a hint of honey flavor. Great fresh eating yellow apple. Hardy to -50. Zones 3-8. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- KinderKrisp AppleSweet and crisp, just like its parent Honeycrisp. Great for fresh eating, baking and cider. Hardy to -40. Zones 4-7. M7 semi-dwarf
- McIntosh AppleSweet, with a tart tang. Very juicy. Tender, white flesh
Excellent for eating and sauces. Good for salads and pies
- Red Regent AppleJuicy, crisp, flavor is outstanding balance of sweet and tart, excellent for fresh eating and cooking.
- SnowSweet AppleSweet, crisp, fresh eating,dessert apple. Noted for not turning brown after cutting. Hardy to -30. Zones 4-7. M7 semi-dwarf.
- State Fair AppleCreamy flesh is juicy, sweet, and firm. Excellent for fresh eating. Hardy to -40. Zones 3-7. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- Sweet Sixteen AppleVery aromatic, crisp and sweet, with a slight nutty flavor and hint of cherry. Great pie, sauce and dessert apple. Hardy to -40. Zones 3-8. M7 semi-dwarf rootstock.
- Wealthy AppleCrisp and juicy with a hint of strawberry flavor. Great for fresh eating and baking. Hardy to -50. Zones 2-7. M7 semi-dwarf rootsrock.
- Wolf River AppleProduces large fruit weighing up to 1 pound each. Great for sauces and pies. Hardy to -50. Standard rootstock.
- Yellow Transparent AppleEnjoy apples as early as July! Named for the pale-yellow skin of the fruit that matches the flesh. Crisp, light, and sweet – makes the ultimate home-cooked applesauce.
- Chestnut CrabapplePleasant nut-like flavor. Large crabapple (2″ diameter). Outstanding flavor and good texture for fresh eating. Medium storage life. Hardy. Zones 2-7
- Whitney CrabappleFruit is yellow with red stripes. Good for eating and pickling. Hardy, vigorous, heavy bearing tree. Short storage life.
- Zestar AppleFor an early season apple the taste is very good, and it also has a good shelf-life of a couple months
- Early Gold PearA golden yellow pear with a sweet taste and crisp texture. Good for fresh eating, cooking, baking, and canning. Hardy to -30. Zones 3-7. Standard rootstock.
- Ure PearA very juicy sweet pear. Excellent for fresh eating and canning. Hardy to -30. Zones 3-7. Standard rootstock.
- Mount Royal PlumSweet, juicy European plum. Great for fresh eating, preserves canning or dried. Hardy to -30. Zones 4-8. standard rootstock.
- Pembina PlumHardiest of all the native plum varieties on the market! This is a late summer plum with red skin and beautiful yellow flesh, great for eating out of hand and making desserts.
- Superior PlumLarge fruit with dark red skin and super-sweet yellow flesh that is full-bodied and juicy. An ideal plum for eating off the tree and is also excellent for jam, jelly, and desserts. Use another plum such as Toka as a pollinator.
- Toka PlumGreat Pollinator! Also called “Bubblegum Plum” Easy-to-grow fruit that smells and tastes like bubblegum! This heavy-producing tree yields crops of medium-to-large plums. Fruit has reddish-bronze skin and juicy yellow flesh that’s as sweet as candy. Tree has a lovely, erect, vase shape. Tolerant of temperatures as low as -50ºF. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July.
- Contender PeachA firm sweet peach that resists browning. Late bloomer that tolerates late frosts. Excellent all purpose fruit. Hardy to -30. Zones 4-8. Standard rootstock.
- Evans Bali Cherry
- Mesabi Cherry
- Sweet Cherry Pie CherryA sweet tasting sour cherry. Excellent for jams, jellies and pies. Hardy to -30. Zones 4-7. Standard rootstock.
- Crimson King MapleA slow growing shade tree with attractive maroon red foliage and has spring flowers of maroon and yellow. Zones 4-7. 6-8′ lightly branched
- Royal Red MapleA Norway maple with a glossy maroon red foliage that last all summer long. Zones 4-7. 6-8′ lightly branched
- Autumn Blaze Maple
- Malus Show Time Red Crabapple
- Malus Spring Show White Crabapple
- Vanilla Strawberry Hydrangea
- Pan Limelight Hydrangea
- Pan Quick Fire Hydrangea
- Syringa Ret Japanese Lilac
- Syringa Ret Ivory Silk Japanese Lilac