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Red Mulberry
Red Mulberry

Red Mulberry (Morus rubra). A species of mulberry that reaches a height of up to 60 feet. It produces red/black edible fruit favored by a variety of game birds and wildlife. Moist soils Zones: 5-10.
Common Pawpaw
Common Pawpaw

Common Pawpaw (Asimina triloba). Its rich, sweet, custard-like fruit has a delicious nutty banana flavor. A good food source for many species of wildlife. Is insect and disease resistant. Moist, rich, well-drained soils Zones: 3-9.
Chickasaw Plum
Chickasaw Plum

Chickasaw Plum (Prunus angustifolia). A thicket-forming small tree that provides great nesting cover for quail and turkeys as well as countless other wildlife. Deer and turkey relish its sweet red fruit in late summer. Prefers variety of moist soils as well as sandy upland sites. Zones: 5-9.
Georgia Red Plum
Georgia Red Plum

Georgia Red Plum . This tree produces a heavy crop of 1 1/2" - 2" sweet deep red plums. It is heat tolerant and disease resistant. Excellent taste Moist,well drained soils. Zones: 5-9.
Common Persimmon
Common Persimmon

Common Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana). A medium-sized tree that produces a sweet orange fruit that last into winter, a true favorite of deer. Most alluvial soils and sandy upland sites. Zones: 5-9.
Japanese Persimmon
Japanese Persimmon

Japanese Persimmon . Produces heavy, late crops of large sweet persimmons within two years of planting. Full grown trees will produce up to 500 lbs. of colorful delicious fruit each year. Will hold its fruit from fall well into the winter months. Moderately fertile land; clay loam; sand and well-drained soil. SELF-FERTILE. Zones: 7-9.
Docs Special Pear TM
Docs Special Pear TM

Docs Special Pear . A vigorous, heavy producing grafted variety that is a heavy producer.  Small round pear. Good blight resistance on tree.  Fruit begins dropping in late October through November. Moist, well-drained soils. SELF-FERTILE Zones: 5-9. Ripens: October through November
GioVan Pear TM
GioVan Pear TM

GioVan Pear . A vigorous, heavy producing grafted variety.  Heavy fruit production as tree matures.  Small round pear.  Good blight resistance on tree. Fruit begins dropping mid November through December.  Moist, well-drained soils. SELF-FERTILE Zones: 5-9. Ripens: November through December
Trophy Pear TM
Trophy Pear TM

Trophy Pear . A vigorous, heavy producing grafted variety which provides the heaviest production of our pear varieties.  The Trophy Pear tree frequently will need to be thinned of fruit to minimize limb breakage.  Medium to large bell shaped pear.  Medium blight resistance on tree. Young trees produce heavy crops.  Fruit begins dropping in early October.  Moist, well-drained soils. SELF-FERTILE Zones: 5-9. Ripens: October through November
Arkansas Black Apple
Arkansas Black Apple

Arkansas Black Apple . A great species for mast production and a favorite among deer managers. The fruit hangs well on the tree and keeps on the ground into the winter months. Fruit production should begin within two years of planting. Sandy loam to clay loam soil. NEEDS A POLLINATOR. Zones: 5-9.
   
 
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