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Blushingstar Peach: A late-season, easy-care peach. This variety provides prolific harvests of beautiful fruit that keeps well. Firm white flesh has a unique, sweet flavor and resists browning when sliced. One of our heaviest bearers. Disease-resistant to bacterial spot. Introduced circa 1996. Cold-hardy. Freestone. Ripens in mid August. Self-pollinating. May be covered by U.S.P.P. #10554 or other patents. FA-18 cultivar.

Blushingstar Peach: A late-season, easy-care peach. This variety provides prolific harvests of beautiful fruit that keeps well. Firm white flesh has a unique, sweet flavor and resists browning when sliced. One of our heaviest bearers. Disease-resistant to bacterial spot. Introduced circa 1996. Cold-hardy. Freestone. Ripens in mid August. Self-pollinating. May be covered by U.S.P.P. #10554 or other patents. FA-18 cultivar.

Arbequina Olive - self-pollinating and bears fruit in 2-3 years. Dwarf spacing 8-10' Potted olive tree on the courtyard

Arbequina Olive - self-pollinating and bears fruit in 2-3 years. Dwarf spacing 8-10' Potted olive tree on the courtyard

Fireside Apple - Apple Trees - Stark Bro's:  "Best heirloom for the far North. Laughs at bitter winters. Medium-size apples ripen in early Oct. Disease resistant. Ideal fresh or for baking. Best pollinators: Honeycrisp™ or Honeygold."

Fireside Apple - Apple Trees - Stark Bro's: "Best heirloom for the far North. Laughs at bitter winters. Medium-size apples ripen in early Oct. Disease resistant. Ideal fresh or for baking. Best pollinators: Honeycrisp™ or Honeygold."

Stark® Super Red Fuji Apple Tree | #starkbros  Zone Range: 5-8; Needs Pollinator; Ripens: Late October; Years to Bear: 2-5 - Resistant to scab and mildew!

Stark® Super Red Fuji Apple Tree | #starkbros Zone Range: 5-8; Needs Pollinator; Ripens: Late October; Years to Bear: 2-5 - Resistant to scab and mildew!

Zestar Apple. Late summer. (State Fair x MN 1691) U Minn, 1999. Extremely hardy high-quality mid-late summer dessert apple. Medium-sized blocky round yellow-green fruit, partially to completely covered with red stripes and solid red. Juicy and crisp with a well-balanced acid/sweet flavor with hints of brown sugar. Holds up to 2 months in cold storage. Michael Phillips, New Hampshire orchardist and author of The Apple Grower: “A tree-ripened Zestar is fabulous.” Planted  2012. Source: Fedco.

Zestar Apple. Late summer. (State Fair x MN 1691) U Minn, 1999. Extremely hardy high-quality mid-late summer dessert apple. Medium-sized blocky round yellow-green fruit, partially to completely covered with red stripes and solid red. Juicy and crisp with a well-balanced acid/sweet flavor with hints of brown sugar. Holds up to 2 months in cold storage. Michael Phillips, New Hampshire orchardist and author of The Apple Grower: “A tree-ripened Zestar is fabulous.” Planted 2012. Source: Fedco.

How to Make Sepp Holzer's Bone Sauce/Salve. Originally used when castrating animals. A bit of the salve was put on the "wound" and would help with healing while keeping flies away. It turns out this stuff keeps pretty much all animals and insects away. Which leads to the primary use today - to keep deer and voles off of freshly planted fruit trees. {video}

How to Make Sepp Holzer's Bone Sauce/Salve. Originally used when castrating animals. A bit of the salve was put on the "wound" and would help with healing while keeping flies away. It turns out this stuff keeps pretty much all animals and insects away. Which leads to the primary use today - to keep deer and voles off of freshly planted fruit trees. {video}