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Fruit Trees

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Botanical Listing  

Apples:  

Anna  
Large crops, sweet, crisp. Stores 2 months. Self-fruitful, but better production if pollinated by Dorsett Golden. 200 chill hours; bears late June.
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Dorsett Golden  
Large, firm, sweet. Golden delicious type. Stores 2 months. 100 chill hours. Self fruitful, Pollinator for Anna.

Berries:  
Kiowa, Thornless Boysenberry, Rosborough, Brison, Navaho
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Figs:  

Banana  
Medium size, yellow fig, pale strawberry flesh, very sweet, full flavor, closed eye, low spreading tree, good production, cold tolerant, grown in Seabrook, Texas since 1910.
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Celeste  
One of the best for our area, purple-brown skin, pink flesh, medium fruit, excellent flavor. closed eye, very cold hardy.

LSU Purple  
Released 1991 by Louisiana State University, medium size (about 20 per lb.) glossy reddish to dark purple, white flesh with light strawberry pulp, mild flavor, high sugar content, closed eye, cold hardy, resistant to nematodes, bears young, when mature bears 3 distinct crops.
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Mulberry:  

Pakistan  
3” long, firm, red to black, sweet fruit, non-staining juice, month-long early summer harvest; large vigorous, disease-resistant tree.
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Muscadines Grapes:  
Supreme, Darlene, Fry, Granny Val, Ison, Sweet Jenny, Black Beauty

Bunch Grapes:  


Mortensen Hardy  
Green with pink blush, quarter size, excellent taste, few seeds, vigorous & pierce disease resistant, ripens mid summer

Paw Paws:  
A native Texas Fruit Tree with beautiful ornamental foliage, Prefers understory conditions and is a mojor host plant for the Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly.
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Prolific  
Early season fruit, heavy bearing, slow growing, deciduous, pyramidal-shaped, large tropical leaves, fruit has custard-like texture, banana-like flavor, harvest as skin turns greenish-yellow & fruit softens, September, rich, deep, moist, soil, hardy to 20 degrees F.

Rebecca’s Gold  
Large fruit, late season, slow growing, deciduous, pyramidal-shaped, large tropical leaves, fruit has custard-like texture, banana-like flavor, harvest as skin turns greenish-yellow & fruit softens, October, rich, deep, moist, soil, hardy to 20 degrees F.
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Sunflower  
Early ripening fruit, highly regarded for flavor, slow growing, deciduous, pyramidal-shaped, large tropical leaves, fruit has custard-like texture, banana-like flavor, harvest as skin turns greenish-yellow & fruit softens, September, rich, deep, moist, soil, hardy to 20 degrees F.

Wells  
Very large fruit. slow growing, deciduous, pyramidal-shaped, large tropical leaves, large fruit (up to 1 lb.) has custard-like texture, banana-like flavor, harvest as skin turns greenish-yellow & fruit softens, September/October, rich, deep, moist, soil.
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Peaches:  

Mid-Pride  
Exceptional flavor & dessert quality, best yellow freestone for warm winter climates of Houston, mid-season ripening, self-fruitful, 250 chill hour.
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Red Baron  
Flowering/fruiting, large, juicy, firm, richly flavored yellow freestone fruit, double coral red frilled flowers, mid-July, 300-600 chill hours, self-fruitful.

Tropic Snow  
Flowering/fruiting, white freestone, balanced acid & sugar, superb flavor, mid-June, 200 chill hours, self-fruitful.
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Pecans:  

Choctaw  
High oil content, 60 % kernel, thin hull, large, attractive, best yard tree, average 45 per pound, bears late October, 35’ x 35’.
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Jackson  
Very large, high quality nut average 33 per pound with 54% kernel, high disease resistance, bears early November.

Moreland  
A strictly first class pecan variety, nuts are medium-large, average 50 per pound, oblong, with a very thin shell.
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Oconee  
Large nut. Average 40 nuts per pound with 59% kernel. Excellent disease resistance, vigorous tree.

Pawnee  
Very large nut with high kernel percentage and early maturity – mid-September, Good for high-density planting. Average 40 nuts per pound. Bears in September.
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Sumner  
Soft shell, early bearing, medium size and good quality nuts. Suited for close space planting.

Persimmons:  

Fuyu  
Orange with light orange flesh, sweet, flat shaped fruit, practically pest free, very hardy, attractive tree, firm, non-astringent, 200 chill hours.

Plums:  

Beauty  
Sweet, flavorful, reddish-purple skin, fully ripe fruit has red flesh, late May, 250 chill hours, self-fruitful.

(Call for other varieties 713.937.9811)


Signifies Native Texas Plants

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