Stonelane plants
FRUIT TREES
Malus – Crabapples
Dolgo
Eating: Good
Cooking: Very good
Storage: Fair
This attractive pyramidal form tree has an abundance of showy white blossoms. Fruit is bright red and makes a flavourful jelly.
 
Prairiefire
Height: 5m/16ft
Spread: 5m/16ft
Foliage: Reddish maroon, turning to dark green
Flowers: Dark pinkish red
Prairiefire will bloom slightly later than other varieties. A highly disease resistant tree with good summer foliage retention during hot summers. Fruit produced is ½” size and tends to hang on the tree throughout winter. Interesting dark, glossy bark with upright form is quite distinctive.
Prairie Magic
Eating: Very good
Cooking: Very good
Storage: Good
A medium to large fruit is green with a red overlay and has a sharp crisp flesh.
Radiant (Ornamental)
Height: 5m/16ft
Spread: 5m/16ft
Foliage: Red changing to dark green
Flowers: Single, deep pink
Fruit: Small, bright red
The Radiant Flowering Crabapple Tree is very disease–resistant to scab, cedar–apple rust, mildew and fire blight. In early spring, the tree becomes covered with dense clusters of red–purple flowers and red fruit. New purple foliage in the spring matures to green.
Red Jade
Height: 3m/10ft
Spread: 4m/12ft
Foliage: Green
Flowers: White
Fruit: Orange to Red
Hardiness: Zone 3
Graceful small tree with strong pendulous form. Commonly used as an accent tree in an oriental theme garden. Pink flower buds open to a clean white bloom, followed by glossy orange to red fruits in the fall.
Thunderchild
Height: 6m/20ft
Spread: 4m/13ft
Foliage: Deep purple
Flowers: Delicate single pink
Fruit: Dark red
Upright, spreading form with controlled growth. Flowers appear in spring before foliage of deep purple. Excellent resistance to firebright.
Malus – Dwarf Apples
Early Season: Harvest mid–to–late August
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Dexter Jackson
Eating: Very good
Cooking: Good
Storage: Good
Apples are average size and are amber in colour with red streaking, similar in size and taste to the Norland but with a high resistance to fire blight and scab.
 
Heyer #12
Eating: Good
Cooking: Very good
Storage: Fair
Produces a thin–skinned medium sized yellow apple with white flesh. Heyer is a very reliable northern variety. A juicy selection recommended for pies and sauces.
 
Mid Season Variety: Harvest fruit by mid September
Battleford
Eating: Good
Cooking: Very good
Storage: Fair
Medium sized apple is greenish yellow with red markings and a juicy white flesh.
 
Late Season: Harvest by late September
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Carlos Queen
Eating: Good
Cooking: Good
Storage: Good
A large apple that is green with a dull red blush and white flesh.
 
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Goodland
Eating: Very good
Cooking: Very good
Storage: Good
Produces a large apple, light green in colour with a red overlay.
 
Pyrus–Pear
Golden Spice Pear
Height: 6m/20ft
Spread: 5m/16ft
Fruit: Yellow with red blush
Ripens: Late September
Uses: Canning, fresh eating
Produces small fruits with a juicy yellow flesh with good flavour. A very hardy pear for the prairies.
 
Ussurian Pear
Height: 6m/20ft
Spread: 5m/16.5ft
Fruit: Small yellow
Ripens: September
Uses: Jams and desserts
White spring flowers, long thorns and glossy green foliage which turns orange in the fall. Best fruit production with cross pollination.
 
Prunus – Plums
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Brook Red Plum
Height: 5m/16ft
Spread: 4m/12ft
Fruit: Dark red
Ripens: Early August/early September
Uses: Eating, cooking
This is a vigorous grower and heavy producer of high quality fruit.
 
Evans Cherry
Height: 4m/13ft
Spread: 3m/10ft
Flowers: White
Fruit colour: Large glossy red
Ripens: Late summer
Hardiness: Zone 3
One of the better ornamental and fruit shrubs because of the show, flowers in spring and fine flavoured fruit in July. The fruit makes wonderful jelly or can be eaten fresh.
Nanking Cherry
Height: 2.5m/6–8ft
Fruit size: 1.5cm
Fruit colour: Bright Red
Hardiness: Zone 2
One of the better ornamental and fruit shrubs because of the show, flowers in spring and fine flavoured fruit in July. The fruit makes wonderful jelly or can be eaten fresh.
Pembina Plum
Height: 5m/16ft
Spread: 4m/12ft
Fruit: Reddish blue
Ripens: Mid to late August
Uses: Eating, cooking, canning
A large thick–skinned fruit, juicy with a yellow flesh (requires another variety for pollination)
Westcott Apricot
Height: 5m/15ft
Spread: 4m/13ft
Fruit: Golden yellow, with a reddish tinge
Ripens: August
Eating: Good
Hardiness: Zone 3