Crimson Crisp is a modern scab-resistant apple. The skin has a yellow background, but predominantly dark crimson red.
As the name suggests, the flesh is very crisp, juicy and snaps cleanly, but not dense.
This mid-late season Gala-like apple was developed in France. Fruit resembles Gala, small to medium in size, red to orange-red, with some yellow background color.
Pixie Crunch apples are the delightful little gems of the apple world. Weighing in at a snack size of about 2 1/2 inches, the fruit is just the right size for little hands, making them a perfect kid size, go to treat. These tiny beauties are super crunchy, very sweet, juicy, and full of flavor.
This heirloom variety was long considered the standard variety for production and high-quality fruit by which fall-bearing varieties were judged. Heritage is a highly popular variety for home gardeners. The fall crop is highly productive and ripens from the end of August through October, depending on your location. The berries have good size, color and flavor. The fruit is good for jam and freezing and is delicious for fresh use, as well.
Thornless blackberries (Rubus ulmifolius) are perennial plants with biennial growth and fruiting habits. Blackberry plants grow in a spreading shrub habit and are classed as either erect or semi-trailing. The tall, woody canes (stems) of thornless blackberry plants produce green foliage and fruit.
Espalier is a style of plant growth where the trees and branches are tied to fencing, which causes them to grow in particular directions. This maximized the sun exposure for the trees, but also acts to keep walkways free for people. Our trees are connected to this fencing and planted in rows.