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Primula veris,Campanula rotundifolia, Verbascum thapsus, Armeria maritime, Only those few of us who are botanists will be able to identify behind the technical nomenclature the flowers known to the majority by less formidable titles: Cowslip, Bluebell, Mullein, Thrift. But the number will be even less of those who can penetrate into the lost world concealed by the popular names: they are so long with us we imagine they are part of a permanent tradition. Maybe you have heard of the growing trend to plant flowers that have original names reflecting the life of the virgin mother Mary. So much can be gained from learning about the history of our favorite plants and trees. Backyardgardener is the Largest Gardening Store in the World.

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Apple, Crimson Crisp ? PP16622 1 Plant $27.95

Very attractive crimson red blushed fruits. Medium-sized, extremely crisp creamy-white flesh, with tart, very good, rich flavor. Midseason harvest, with fruits storing for 6 months. Spreading, well-branched trees are immune to scab and (more ...)

Apple, Crimson Crisp ? PP16622  1 Plant

Apple, Gold Rush PP9932 1 Plant $27.95

Fruits are crisp and tart and develop sugars in storage and resist browning when cut- a great choice for yellow sauces. Gold Rush is resistant to scab and mildew and does well in southern, warmer growing areas.  

To ensure (more ...)

Apple, Gold Rush PP9932  1 Plant

Apple, Pristine ? PP9881 1 Plant $27.95

Early season yellow apple with smooth, glossy skin, high sugar content and good keeping quality.  Very scab resistant, vigorous trees are productive, with crisp and sweet yellow fruits. Grown in your garden, fresh-picked apples are extra (more ...)

Apple, Pristine ? PP9881  1 Plant

European Pear, Bartlett 1 Plant $27.95

Bartlett is very productive, with large fruits of excellent quality and is considered the best for canning. Harvest in late August and eat when fully ripe to savor its juicy sweetness. Bartlett is a partly self-fertile variety, but it will (more ...)

European Pear,  Bartlett  1 Plant

European Pear, Sunrise 1 Plant $27.95

Fruits are yellow with a slight blush and very little russeting; they are ready to harvest 2 weeks before Bartlett and can keep for 2-3 months. Flavor is extra sweet and very pleasant. Developed by Oregon State and USDA for resistance to fire (more ...)

European Pear, Sunrise  1 Plant

Japanese Plum, Ruby Queen 1 Plant $27.95

Beautiful reddish-black skinned fruits are 2" around with firm, red flesh and an outstanding flavor. Ruby Queen is a USDA introduction that ripens 3-4 weeks after Plum Santa Rosa and is the plum of choice to extend the harvest season. We (more ...)

Japanese Plum,  Ruby Queen  1 Plant

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa 1 Plant $27.95

Self-fertile and a good pollenizer of other plums too with firm, excellent fruits. The large fruits are an attractive, reddish-purple with bright yellow flesh. Santa Rosa is very early to harvest and one of the enduring Luther Burbank creations. (more ...)

Japanese Plum, Santa Rosa  1 Plant

Peach, Gloria ? PP18224 1 Plant $27.95
Grown in your own backyard, peaches picked when fully ripe are especially flavorful. Gloria is a new variety that produces large, highly colored, very firm yellow-fleshed freestones. They are low-acid with high sugars and are excellent dessert (more ...)
Peach, Gloria ? PP18224  1 Plant

Peach, John Boy 1 Plant $27.95
John Boy is a popular commercial peach variety with large, firm fruits of very high quality. The trees are vigorous and productive and are resistant to bacterial spot.
Peach, John Boy  1 Plant

Peach, Messina ? PP18091 1 Plant $27.95
A recent introduction from Rutgers, with good performance throughout the MidAtlantic. Very large fruits have excellent color and firmness. Very vigorous trees are resistant to bacterial spot. Fruits are not only deliciously sweet but also distinct (more ...)
Peach, Messina ? PP18091  1 Plant



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