American ElderberrySize: crown
They grow 6 to 12 feet high in an oval or rounded shape. The white flower clusters are generally 6 to 10 inches in diameter and are very showy with a nice fragrance. The fruit, which is pleasantly tart but high in vitamin C, is a smooth round berry measuring three-sixteenths-inch in diameter growing in broad flat clusters. The deep purple to black berries ripen in early August to late September and are a treat for song birds, turkey, quail, squirrels, deer and people.
Native American PlumSize: 2-3'
Shrub or tree 25-50' Zone 3. Profuse white flowers. Very hardy. Excellent for wildlife food or habitat.
Golden CurrantSize: 2-3'
To 6', Zone 2. Erect shrub. Clusters of 2" long, bright, fragrant, golden-yellow flowers and colorful fruit attract birds. Native to the western U.S. Outstanding red fall color.
Hardy ApricotSize: 2-3'
To 25', Zone 4-5. Very hardy. Our seed is from a superior true-to-name Manchurian seed source, which is better and more dependably hardy than domestic sources. Quality fruit suitable for home use.
McDermand PearCost: $20.00/bundle
McDermand Pear The hardiest of all pears, introduced from northeastern
Asia. White flowers, semi-glossy foliage and dense,
Nanking CherrySize: 2-3'
9-10' zone 2. Very hardy, attractive, flowering, ornamental; windbreak filler. Fruit used for jam and jelly.
Red Splendor CrabappleCost: $20.00
The Red Splendor crabapple is a large, open, upright spreading crab that gets about 20' high and wide. It showcases single pink blooms, preceded by the 1/2" bright red fruit are the most persistent as it never falls off. The dark reddish-green glossy foliage is very attractive and turns reddish purple in fall.
Red Osier DogwoodSize: 2-3'
7-10', Zone 2. Colorful all year. Grows rapidly to multi-stem shrub. Ideal for holding soil on steep banks.
These attractive plants feature bright orange clusters of berries and narrow, silvery-green leaves, and are often grown in hedgerows as ornamental shrubs. These bushes thrive with full sun in dry, sandy locations and are tolerant of salty soil and air, since they are commonly found on sea coasts. Seaberries are high in vitamins, oils, and antioxidants — ideal for making nutritious juices, jellies, sauces, and smoothies.