Outstanding small deciduous tree with double, fragrant, deep rose pink flowers in spring. Yellow green, 1″ diameter fruit follows. Dark green leaves have a touch of wine red color. Self fertile
Single, white flowers cover this deciduous tree in spring. Gold, berry-like fruit in fall persists throughout the winter. Good choice for adding year round color to the landscape. Self fertile.
Ficus carica ‘Brown Turkey’
Medium-large size, brown-violet colored fruit with strawberry colored flesh. Small-eye variety. Bears constantly through the summer and into early fall. Self-fertile.
Ficus carica ‘Celeste’
Small to medium-sized, light brown fig with pink flesh and a tightly closed eye. One of the best tasting varieties. Excellent cold resistance. Produces fruit on previous year’s wood. Self-fertile.
Ficus carica ‘Texas Everbearing’
Medium to large, bell-shaped fig with brownish-yellow skin and amber flesh. Bears young. Tolerates colder areas. Self fertile.
Vitis vinifera ‘Perlette’
A seedless variety produce large white grapes. Ripens mid-July. Prune sharply for the best production. Self fertile.
Vitis vinifera ‘Red Flame’
A nearly seedless variety with red, medium-sized grapes. Excellent fruit quality and flavor. Ripens late July. Prune sharply for the best production. Self fertile.
Small evergreen tree with dense, rounded head and dark green, rough foliage. Creamy-white flower in late autumn and early winter. Yellow-orange edible fruit in late spring. Medium rate of growth. Self fertile.
The small green fruit of this citrus tree is very juicy and delicious. Known as “bartender’s lime”. As a dwarf tree this variety is well suited for a container use. The wonderfully fragrant flowers just add to the value. Must be moved indoors during freezing weather. The original lime has thorns while an improved variety is thornless. Self fertile.
Prunus nucipersica ‘Smooth Delight Two’
A low acid, yellow flesh nectarine that ripens in mid-May. A Texas A&M release that was developed specifically for Texas gardeners. Self fertile.