Now is the time to plant bareroot trees and The Tree Man has dozens of hard to find bare root trees for you. Come in now to see the best selection while they last. Our bareroot season ends at the beginning of March. Here are some of the highlights of our in-stock bare root trees…
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Pink Lady Apple Trees
One of the best known modern apples – crisp with sweet-tart distinct flavor- great dessert apple. It has a unique flavor with a tart first bite followed by delicious sweetness. Ripens in late October. Medium size fruit with rich yellow skin blushed with pink.
Gravenstein Apple Trees
The Gravenstein apple has a tart flavor. It is picked in July and August and is heavily used as a cooking apple, especially for apple sauce and apple cider. The skin is a delicately waxy yellow-green with crimson spots and reddish lines, but the apple may also occur in a classically red variation.
Pippin Apple Trees
The Newtown Pippin is typically light green, sometimes with a yellow tinge. It is often russeted around the stem. The flesh is yellow and crisp. The flavor is complex and somewhat tart, and requires storage to develop properly; some sources ascribe to it a piney aroma. It is one of the best keeping apples.
Bosc Pear Trees
Characteristic features are a long tapering neck and russeted skin. Its flesh is denser, crisper and smoother than that of the Williams or D’Anjou pear. With a crunchy but tender flesh and sweet-spiced flavor It is called the “aristocrat of pears”.
Danjou Pear Trees
The D’Anjou pear, sometimes referred to as the Beurré d’Anjou or simply Anjou, is a short-necked cultivar of European Pear. It is considered a medium to large pear and has a wide, globular base, short stem, and thin skin. The flesh is described as creamy white, aromatic, juicy, sweet, slightly acidic, with buttery and slightly gritty texture.
Asian Pear Trees
Delicious on their own, the light sweetness and crispy texture of Asian pears makes them a unique addition to any salad or stir fry. Asian pears are a great source of fiber and are low in calories.
Donut Peach Trees
A Donut peach is naturally flat – donut shaped – rather than spherical or round. Having yellow or white flesh, Donut peaches have a sweet, mild flavor that may remind you of almonds.