Orchard

We grow artisanal fruit in a one acre orchard begun in 2017. We are continually planting into this acre with a goal of emulating and thriving food forest garden. Our fruit is tree ripened and never de-fuzzed (yes, that’s a thing), dipped in fungicides, waxed, or polished.

Image source: Permaculture a Beginner’s Guide, by Graham Burnett

Edible Fruiting Trees & Shrubs

These ecosystems are ever expanding but we’ve steadfastly documented the edibles we have planted to date. Not listed are several trees we inherited and have not as of yet determined the variety.

Apple

Garden DeliciousArkansas Black SpurFuji
GalaGranny SmithMutsu
Pink LadyPink PearlRed Fuji
BraeburnCox Orange PippinGolden Delicious
Golden RussetGravensteinMcIntosh
Wynooche Early

Apricot

Autumn Royal
BlenheimGarden Annie

Aronia

An attractive, vigorous, and productive small shrub, bears abundant crops of large, almost black berries which make tasty and nutritious juice and wine. Lustrous, dark green foliage turns a beautiful fire-engine red in the fall.

European Viking

Cherry

Lapins
Stella6GM25 sweet

Fig

Black Jack
Black MissionViolette de Bordeux

Jujube

LangLi

Pear

SeckelFanstillAsian

Peach

Santa Barbara
Pix ZeeEarlitreat
Red BaronBabcock White

Loquat

ChampagneIncomplete list

Mulberry

Black BeautyCooke’s PakistaniTeas Weeping

Nectarine

Arctic Star
Double DelightNecta Zee
Nectar Babe

Nectaplum

Spice Zee

PawPaw

ProlificTaytwoRebecca’s Gold
Rappahannock

Plum

Beauty
CatalinaSatsuma
Emerald BeautyShiroRosy Gage
Bavay’s GageEarly Laxton

Pomegranate

Eversweet
ParfiankaSweet
Wonderful

Quince

Pineapple
Smyrna

Olive

AutumnPicholine
FrantoioManzanillo
Arbequina
Ascolana
Sevillano

Silverberry

Autumn Olive