Time in Knox County:

2019 Summer Office Hours
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30pm (mostly)
Wed: 9:00am - 2:30pm

* We try hard to be in the office between 8:30am and 4:30pm on Mon, Tue, Thu, & Fri, but please call ahead to be sure!

893 West St (Rt 90)
Rockport, ME 04856




Send us an email
This form does not yet contain any fields.
    Stay connected!

    Sign up for our email newsletter

    Thanks to our supporters!



    Plants Unlimited

    Flatbread Co.

    Fireside Pottery

    Fresh Off The Farm

    Green Thumb

    Hatchet Cove Farm

    Midcoast Conservancy

    Mid-Maine Forestry

    Mystic Woodworks

    Savage Oakes Vineyard

    Schoolhouse Farm

    Spear Farm (Nobleboro)

    State of Maine Cheese

    Union Fair Society

    Warren True Value



    Plant Sale Online Catalog

    Apple, Crabapple, Cherry, Peach, Asian Pear, Pear & Plum Trees


    Fruit Trees - All prices include sales tax

    • All fruit trees are 2 yr old, bareroot stock, 5'-6' tall.
    • Planting and early care of fruit trees: UME Extension; Adams County Nursery
      • Proper planting depth is important! Too shallow is easier to fix than too deep.
      • Apple and pear trees are typically planted with the graft union 3-4” above soil line.
      • Peaches, cherries, and plums may be planted with graft union just at soil line.
      • Always allow for settling.

    Apples (Malus spp) - All apple varieties are $26.00

    • 2 varieties required for pollination
    • All listed varieties will likely cross-pollinate (unless otherwise indicated)

    Semi-dwarf varieties

    • Unless otherwise noted, all apples are on EM-7 semi-dwarfing rootstock, which is well-anchored and hardy
    • Trees will be open and spreading, similar to a peach, 12-15' ht

    Albemarle Pippin Z4. Late season antique apple; favorite of Thomas Jefferson and Queen Victoria! Greenish-yellow skin/white flesh; firm, juicy, & crisp. Somewhat resistant to fireblight; excellent keeper - sugars increase in storage! Good  cider apple, too. Late season bloom.   $26.00 

    Enterprise Z4. Late season apple bred for resistance to apple scab, cedar-apple rust and fire blight. Medium-large, glossy red fruit; bears annually. Mildly tart & spicy, firm & crisp. Stores 3-6 months in fridge & sweetens with storage. Use fresh and in cooking/pies. Late season bloom.  $26.00  New!


    Honeycrisp  Z4. Mid-season. Large, explosively crisp, sweet-tart, and juicy; best for fresh eating but also good for baking, pie. Productive; good keeper; good pollinizer. Moderate scab resistance.  $26.00

    Hyslop Z4.  Early-mid season ripening, large-size crabapple with red-purple skin. Zingy fruit is one of the best for jelly, spiced or pickled; adds color and zest to applesauce. Juicy when fresh, but not a keeper. Possibly originated in Boston, MA in 1800s. White flowers; good pollinizer for early to mid-season varieties.  $26.00  New!

    Summer Rambo
    Z4. Early season apple prized for sauce (try mixing with peaches!) and pie when picked green; firm, exceptionally juicy & aromatic for fresh eating when ripe; reportedly good for drying. Like most early apples, keeps for only a few weeks. Bears young, annually; moderately disease resistant. Originated in France in 1500s. Cannot be used as pollinator. $26.00   New!


    Wealthy  Z4. Mid-season. Excellent dessert, cooking, baking, drying & cider apple that has been around since 1860. First apple to survive a Minnesota winter! Crisp & juicy white flesh with complex fruity flavor. Scab resistant; cedar-apple rust susceptible. $26.00     


    Wickson  Z4.  Mid-season bloom; late season harvest. This small, round fruit is red and juicy. Touted to have exceptional sweet, tangy, spicy flavor as a dessert apple for fresh eating; high pectin for jams & jellies; excellent for juice or cider.  Heavy fruit set annually on young trees; keeps till January. $26.00  New!


    Yarlington Mill Z4. Late season. Vintage, high quality English apple for single variety fermented cider. Found growing in a stone wall at a water mill in Yarlington, Somerset, England in 1898. Vigorous & heavy cropping. Sweet to bittersweet with good aroma. $26.00   

    Dwarf Varieties

    • Mature size of the following varieties is 8-10'.
    • Provide support for central leader during establishment
    • Dwarf trees are great for espalier!
    Autumn Crisp Z4. Developed by Cornell, this mid-season apple has good sized, sweet-tart, red fruit with non-browning flesh, which makes it great for salads. Very high in vitamin C! Best for fresh eating, salad, baking & sauce. Juicy, crisp fruit on productive, healthy tree.  $26.00  New!


    Cherries, pie (Prunus cerasus) - All cherry varieties are $30.00 (larger size trees than usual!)

    • Self-pollinating; only one variety needed
    • Mature height: 12-15'

    Meteor  Z4. Large, tart, juicy, completely freestone fruits. Ripens in summer for pie, jam, jelly. Vigorous, moderately spreading, hardy tree bears annually. Resistant to leaf spot.  $30.00 


    Sweet Cherry Pie  Z4. New variety from Wisconsin breeder, Bill Eubank. Sweet tasting pie cherry - almost sweet enough to eat fresh. Great for pie, jam & jelly. Hardy, heavy cropping tree blooms early and fruits in midsummer.  $30.00   


    Peaches (Prunus persica) - All peach varieties are $26.00

    • Self-pollinating; only one variety needed
    • Does not tolerate wet feet; well-drained soil only!
    • Mature height: 12-15'
    • Growing Peaches in Maine

    Contender  Z4.  Late season. A high-quality freestone variety. Fruit is very firm, large and sweet with excellent color. Trees are hardy and productive; good for areas with late spring frosts. $26.00


    Redhaven  Z4. My favorite! Early, sweet, very juicy, semi-clingstone fruit with red skin and excellent flavor. Early to bear and very productive. Use fresh, for jams, chutney, pies, canning, freezing    $26.00


    Reliance  Z4(3?). Ripens around same time as Red Haven. Possibly the hardiest peach! Medium size, free-stone fruit/red blush; bright yellow, juicy flesh. Often has large crops; bears at early age. Good fresh, canning, & freezing.  $26.00

    Pears, Asian (Pyrus pyrifolia) - All Asian pear varieties are $28.00

    • 2 varieties required for pollination. Bartlett is an excellent pollinator for Asian pears.
    • Fruits are not generally baked in pies or made into jams because they have a high water content and a crisp, grainy texture. Excellent in salads! Fruits are generally large and fragrant.
    • Mature height: 14-16' ht.

    Hosui  Z5.  This Asian variety is solid russet with pronounced lenticels. Ripening in late summer, fruit is mildly flavored, sweet and juicy. Thin for maximum fruit size. (Self-pollinating, but better fruit set with pollinator.) $28.00


    Shinsui  Z5. High quality, medium sized, fruit with orange/yellow skin ripens before Hosui. Crisp, juicy, aromatic & sweet. Keeps for about 4 weeks, if refrigerated.  $28.00


    Pears, European (Pyrus communis) - All European pear varieties are $23.00
    (somewhat smaller size than other fruit trees this year)

    • 2 varieties required for pollination. Listed varieties will cross-pollinate.
    • Unless otherwise noted, pears are on OHxF87 semi-dwarfing root stock, which produces a tree about 14-16' ht. Rootstock is hardy, productive, and resistant to fireblight and pear decline

    Bartlett Z4. Early-mid season. Large fruit, heavy-bearing; excellent fresh or canned. Partially self-fruitful but larger crops if cross-pollinated. Best pollinizer for all other pears including Asian pears. 14-16'  $23.00


    Magness Z4. Late mid-season. Excellent quality medium-size, greenish brown fruit is soft & buttery; sweet, juicy & grit-free. Bears fruit young; good storage. Vigorous tree on standard rootstock. Not a good pollinizer! 16-18'  $23.00 New!


    Red Clapp's Z4. Early season. Red-skinned dessert pear with perfect pear flavor. Medium to large fruit is best for fresh eating. Highly productive, long-lived, annual bearing. 14-16'  $23.00    Back!

    Plums (Prunus spp.) - All plum varieties are $28.00

    • Pollination needs depend on variety
    • Plant 2+ trees in a tight cluster with branches intermingled for best pollination.

    Methley  Z5. Self-fertile. Early Japanese plum. Fine quality, purple/red skin with sweet, red, flesh; very juicy with distinctive flavor. Large annual crop; fragrant blossoms in spring. Resistant to fungal disease. 12-15’  $28.00

    Waneta  Z3. Needs pollinator; American plum (see TREES) is considered the best pollinator for hybrid plum. Midsummer hybrid plum; a favorite since 1913! Red skin; juicy, yellow flesh; delicious. Healthy tree blooms and fruits early. Beautiful in the landscape, too! 12-15'   $28.00