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Stark® Gold™ Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

Stark® Gold™ Sweet Cherry trees are vigorous and bear an all-gold, bird-resistant fruit. Also makes tasty maraschinos!

Blackgold® Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

Blackgold® Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

The Blackgold® Sweet Cherry tree blooms late to avoid frost zaps. This self-pollinating variety produces crops of deep-red sweet cherries that resist cracking.

Emperor Francis Sweet Cherry

Emperor Francis Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

The Emperor Francis Sweet Cherry tree is consistently productive. Harvest crops of sweet-as-candy fresh cherries or try making your own maraschinos!

Blushing Star Peach Tree

Blushingstar® Peach from Stark Bro's

Blushingstar® peach trees are easy-care and bear late-season white peaches that resist browning. These trees are heavy-bearing and resistant to bacterial spot.

Stark® SweetHeart™ Apricot — Grow big, delicious apricots with a second treat of delicious almond-like kernels inside the pit. Do not mix your Stark® SweetHeart™ kernels with the kernels of other apricots or peaches; almost all others are not edible. Zones 5-8. Self-pollinating.

Stark® SweetHeart™ Apricot from Stark Bro's

Stark® SweetHeart™ Apricot from Stark Bro's. You can eat the kernels of these apricots like almonds.

Redhaven Peach from Stark Bro's

Redhaven Peach from Stark Bro's

Redhaven Peach - Peach Trees - Stark Bros (Have this one)

Hedelfingen Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

Hedelfingen Sweet Cherry from Stark Bro's

Hedelfingen Sweet Cherry is easier to grow than it is to pronounce— and oh so worth it! Glossy red fruit is the go-to for photographers.

Sunshine Blue Blueberry from Stark Bro's

Sunshine Blue Blueberry from Stark Bro's

Blueberry Plant, Blueberries, Sunshine, Bones

Heartnut — Also known as the Japanese Walnut. Produces clusters of easy-to-shell, heart-shaped, sweet and meaty nuts high in protein. Zones 5-8. Plant two or more for pollination and nut production.

Heartnut — Also known as the Japanese Walnut. Produces clusters of easy-to-shell, heart-shaped, sweet and meaty nuts high in protein. Zones Plant two or more for pollination and nut production.

Stark® Bountiful™ Butternut from Stark Bro's:  "An overachiever — outgrows and outbears any nut tree we know! This impressive variety yields bountiful crops of mild-flavored nuts that are easy to shell and perfect for eating fresh or baking. Cold-hardy. Bears in 2-3 years. Matures to be 40-50' tall. Ripens in late August to late September. Grafted. Self-pollinating."  zone 4 - 7

Stark® Bountiful™ Butternut from Stark Bro's

Stark® Bountiful™ Butternut from Stark Bro's cold hardy need 10 bears 2 to 3 years.

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