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Donna O’Brien

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Mike Anderson
Yakima
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Fred Valentine
Wenatchee
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We l l Fa m ily
Va n
Cherries
Rootstocks
HARVEST DATES FOR CHERRIES in Central Washington
JUNE JULY AUGUST
VARIETY 15 20 25 30 5 10 15 20 25 30 5 10
CHELAN™ brand
SANTINA™ brand
TIETON™ brand
INDEX™ brand
ROYAL ANN
EMPEROR FRANCIS
WHITEGOLD® brand
JUBILEUM® brand
BING
BENTON™ brand
STELLA
DANUBE® brand
RAINIER
VAN
BLACK REPUBLICAN
MONTMORENCY
BALATON™ brand
ATTIKA® brand
SELAH™ brand
LAPINS brand
BLUSHINGGOLD™ brand
BLACKGOLD™ brand
REGINA
SKEENA™ brand
SWEETHEART™ brand
GOLD
SUNSET BING® brand
HEDELFINGEN
Apples
Red McIntosh
Apple Rootstocks

i n a t i o n C r a bs
Po l l
Peaches
Nectarines
Pears
Pe a r s Pear Rootstocks
A s i a n
Apricots
s & P r u n e s
Plum
Nuts
Cherry Trees
Pollination Most sweet cherry trees listed in this catalog require cross
pollination except: Stella, Lapins, Sweetheart™, Santina™,
WhiteGold®, BlackGold™, Selah™ and Skeena™, which are
self-fertile. Despite being self-fruitful, the fruit production
of Skeena may be improved by cross-pollination with
another cherry variety. Bing, Lambert, Royal Ann and
Emperor Francis will not cross-pollinate each other. Van
will not cross pollinate with Regina. Tieton™ will not
cross pollinate with Chelan™. Note that bloom timing of
sweet cherries does not always follow ripening order. Tart
cherries: The two tart cherry varieties listed in this catalog,
Montmorency and Balaton™, are self fruitful.
Apricot Trees
Most varieties listed here are self-fertile except Perfection,
Goldrich, Tomcot™, Goldbar™ and Goldstrike™. Goldrich
and Perfection will not cross pollinate. Rival is a satisfactory
pollinator. All other varieties will cross pollinate.
Plums and Prunes
All the European plums (prunes) listed are partially self-
fruitful but for best results we recommended that they be
planted with a pollinizer. All plums and prunes listed in this
catalog are labeled with a ‘J’ for Japanese plum or an ‘E’ for
European plum. All Japanese plums should be planted with
Apple Trees a different variety labeled ‘J’. All European plums require
Even though some apple trees are self-fertile, we suggest pollination from another variety labeled ‘E’.
that all varieties be cross pollinated with another variety.
Mutsu and different strains of Jonagold, Winesap, Stayman Peach Trees
and Gravenstein should not be used as pollinators. Golden Most peach varieties are self-fruitful. Only J.H. Hale and
Delicious should not be used as a pollinator for the various Delp Hale require cross pollination.
Jonagold strains. Different strains of the same varieties will
not pollinate each other. In general, the early maturing Nectarine Trees
summer apples and the late maturing varieties should not All nectarine varieties
be used to pollinate each other. Winter Banana, Golden listed in this catalog
Delicious and the flowering crab apples are the most are self-fruitful.
commonly used pollinators in commercial plantings.
Pear Trees
Bartlett pears are partially self-fruitful, but for the best
commercial production we suggest cross pollination with
another variety. Seckel does not cross with Bartlett strains.
All other varieties listed require a pollinator and will pollinate
each other.

To find the number of trees per acre for other spacings, multiply the distance
PLANTING GUIDE in the row by the distance between the rows and divide into 43,560.
SPACE BETWEEN THE ROW, IN FEET
4 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20
4 2723 1815 1627 1361 1210 1089 907 777 680 605 545
SPACE BETWEEN TREES
IN THE ROW, IN FEET

5 2178 1452 1240 1089 966 871 726 622 544 484 435
6 1815 1218 1037 907 806 727 605 518 453 403 363
8 1361 907 777 680 605 544 453 388 340 302 272
10 1091 726 622 544 484 435 363 311 272 242 218
12 908 605 518 453 403 362 302 259 226 201 181
14 778 518 444 388 345 311 259 222 194 172 155
16 681 453 388 340 302 272 226 194 169 151 136
18 605 403 345 302 268 242 201 172 151 134 121
20 545 363 311 272 242 218 181 155 136 121 108
NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS PER ACRE

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