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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, Dwarf Granny Smith $19.99
Big, shiny, bright green apples that are just tart and firm enough to make them exceptionally fine for eating and cooking. We ship 3-4' trees. NOTE: Our apples are self-fruitful, but for best results plant two or more trees of any variety.
Apple, Dwarf Granny Smith

Apple, Granny Smith Dwf 1-3' $9.99
This is the most popular apple grown in England and is becoming a favorite in the U.S. We now have a good supply of the popular variety which produces bushels of full-size fruit. Granny Smith apples are big, shiny and bright green! They have a (more ...)
Apple, Granny Smith Dwf 1-3'

Apple, Granny Smith Std $9.99
This is the most popular apple grown in England and is becoming a favorite in the U.S. We now have a good supply of the popular variety which produces bushels of full-size fruit. Granny Smith apples are big, shiny and bright green! They have a (more ...)
Apple, Granny Smith Std

Apple, Jonathan Red Dwf $9.99
A beautiful bright red, medium size. Tender, crisp and very juicy with a sweet-tart flavor. Great for eating fresh, cooking and storing. One of the best varieties for pies. Ripens mid-September to late October. Apples are self-fruitful, but for (more ...)
Apple, Jonathan Red Dwf

Apple, Jonathan Red Std $9.99
An excellent cooking apple. Medium-sized, with yellow flesh and crisp texture. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety.
Apple, Jonathan Red Std

Apple, Lodi Dwf $12.99
The earliest apple. Skin is pale yellow. Flesh is white, crisp, juicy and mildly sub-acid. Great for homemade pies, applesauces and cider. Ripens in Early August and continues until September. (Early Summer) Use Yellow Delicious as a pollinator.
Apple, Lodi Dwf

Apple, Mcintosh Dwf $12.99
(Winter) Delightful flavor! Medium size, deep crimson, juicy, sub-acid in flavor, with a characteristic aroma. Wonderful for cooking or eating fresh. Ripens mid-September. 1-3' trees sent. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant (more ...)
Apple, Mcintosh Dwf

Apple, Transparent Ylw Std $9.99
A great golden favorite, the Yellow Transparent is an early bearing, high yielding apple. The best apple for cooking. Produces fruit in about 4-5 years. Apples are self-fruitful, but for greater yield, plant with another variety. Other standard (more ...)
Apple, Transparent Ylw Std

Apricot, Manchurian $3.95
In spring dazzling pink snowflake blossoms pop out even before the leaves. In summer this tree produces an abundance of rich-flavored, red-cheeked apricots for eating fresh, canning and freezing. Self-pollinating but more fruitful when you plant (more ...)
Apricot, Manchurian

Apricot, Moorpark Dwf $9.99
Grow full-size fruit on this dwarf tree! Moorpark Dwarf Apricots have the best flavor of all apricots. Extra large, sweet and very productive. Freestone. Ripens in August. Self-fruitful this apricot does not need a pollinator, however will do even (more ...)
Apricot, Moorpark Dwf

Apricot, Moorpark Std $7.99
Large golden, orange-colored apricot with a fresh, rich, lively taste. Fruit is smooth, fuzzless, juicy and sweet. You will enjoy a mid-season July-August harvest, so be ready to pick this one early. Great for eating, canning and drying. (more ...)
Apricot, Moorpark Std



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