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Ficus carica Does well in large pots and fruits well in Northern areas such as Long Island, N.Y. Very good against walls in Northern areas. Brown fruit with amber flesh....
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Prunus salicina X angustifolia Early fruiting open spreading small tree. A cross between Japanese plum and native Chickasaw. Ripens before Methley. Brown rot resistant. Introduce in 1921 by A. L....
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X Citrofortunella mitis This extremely cold hardy ornamental mandarin is beautiful year round. Small oval red-orange fruit are on the tree at all times due to the everbearing characteristic of...
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Vitus rotundifolia A yellow muscadine, sweet and self-fertile with a pleasing flavor. No spraying or bagging of fruit clusters needed. Native. The most widely planted yellow muscadine in North Carolina....
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Prunus cerasus x P. fruiticosa Carmine Jewel is part of a group of the best tasting bush cherries. The dark red, almost black fruits are sweet with very high nutritional...
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  Rubus species(ideaus) Caroline is a large, conic, well-flavored, red raspberry. More disease resistant and with larger, earlier fruits than most everbearers. Sweeter fruits than most red raspberries. Ripens August...
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JUGLANS REGIA  Carpathian English walnuts are handsome yard trees with a round, spreading form. At the time of ripening the fruits green husks split open and the walnut will fall...
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 Humilus lupinus Hops were used by the Greeks as a salad plant. Today young hops shoots are still eaten by some. The pine cone like scales or bracts of the...
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Ficus carica Also known in the South as the "Sugar Fig". A Southern tradition, long-lived and hardy, Celeste's reputation comes from many generations of people that have grown this fig....
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Malus spp A low-spreading tree of about 12'. One of the sweeter more delicious ornamental apples for eating out-of-hand. Very hardy. Introduced from Excelsior, MN. Pretty early bloom and tree...
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Citrus reticulata One of the hardy citrus that can be grown outside in zone 8b. For trial coastal Carolina, Southern GA etc... Mandarin type, seedlings. Fruits are pleasantly sweet for...
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Prunus tomentosa A red fruiting selection from a fruit enthusiast/collector Vojtech Slavetinsky from the Czech Republic. Choose another Nanking for pollination, two Cheropugy will not pollinate each other. Zones 4-8...
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