Date: January
2017 Bareroot Stock Variety List

As Greg Chadwell put it on facebook, we are in fact the “Disneyland of Plants”!

With literally thousands of varieties of plants in stock year­round, we have the most unusual to the most common of plants. This time of year is special because we bring in the largest selection of bareroot fruit trees, roses, shade trees, grapes, berries, and veggies in all of Kern County!

Take a look through our bareroot variety list for everything we are bringing into the nursery. Along with the tried and true varieties, there are many new varieties this year for you to give a good home!

Hurry in for best selection!

Types of Bareroot:

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Patio Tree Roses {24­inches in height}
Add a second story onto your rose garden!
Patio Trees are roses trained to heights of 24ˇ©inches.
A great option for gardeners with small spaces to fill.

Chihuly
Doris Day
Drop Dead Red
Easy Does It
Ebb Tide
Home Run
Iceberg
Julia Child
Jump for Joy

Ketchup & Mustard
Koko Loko
Livin Easy
Love Song
Oh My
Pumpkin Patch
Scentimental
Sexy Rexy

Shockwave
Show Biz
Sparkle & Shine
Sunsprite
Take It Easy
Trumpeter
Vavoom
Violet's Pride NEW!
White Licorice

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Standard Tree Roses {36­inches in height}
Add a second story onto your rose garden!
Standard Trees are roses trained to heights of 36ˇ©inches.
A great option for gardeners with small spaces to fill.
All My Loving NEW!
Anna's Promise
Barbra Streisand
Brandy
Ch­Ching
Chihuly
Chrysler Imperial
Colorific
Dick Clark
Doris Day
Double Delight
Drop Dead Red
Easy Does It
Easy Going/ Livin Easy Twofer
Ebb Tide
Ebb Tide / Julia Child Twofer
Falling in Love
Firefighter
Full Sail
Good as Gold
Grande Dame
Iceberg
Iceberg/brilliant Pink Iceberg
In the Mood
Ingrid Bergman
Julia Child
Just Joey
Ketchup & Mustard
Legends
Livin Easy
Love Song
Mellow Yellow
Mister Lincoln
Neil Diamond
Oh My
Olympiad
Over the Moon
Pope John Paul Ii
Rio Samba
Rock & Roll
Scentimental
Sexy Rexy
Shockwave
Show Biz
Sparkle & Shine
St. Patrick
Strike It Rich
Sugar Moon
Sunsprite
Take It Easy
Trumpeter
Twilight Zone
Vavoom
Violet's Pride NEW!
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Climbing Roses
Climbing roses are a diverse group with many different heritages, which makes this a wonderfully useful collection of roses. The individual blooms on climbing roses can be of a finer quality and larger than those of the bush form.
All Ablaze
America
Autumn Sunset
Cecile Brunner
Cupid's Kisses NEW!
Don Juan
Fourth of July
Iceberg
Joseph's Coat
Pearly Gates
Sky's the Limit

Tropical Lightning NEW!
Westerland
Zephirine Drouhin
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Ground Cover Roses
Ground cover roses come in a variety of forms but they share the characteristics of long spreading branches that spread and spills across the ground. Most are repeat flowering, have little or no scent, and grow from the base of the plant. Ground cover roses look great at the front of a bed or draped over the edge of low walls. They require the same treatment as other roses. Pruning consists of keeping the plant to shape and occasionally pruning the center of the plant to let air circulate.

Rainbow Happpy Trails

Red Ribbons

Sunshine Happy Trails

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Hybrid Tea Roses
Grandiflora roses are known for their large showy flowers. They are a combination of graceful blooms of the hybrid teas married with the repetitive growth cycle of floribundas. The shades of colors go from soft pastels to deep purples and are complemented by the hints of the sweetest floral perfumes. These tall and hardy roses develop on long stemmed clusters for exquisite sophistication in flower border landscaping or hedging. Hardy and disease resistant.
All My Loving NEW!
Barbra Streisand
Bella'roma
Blue Girl
Chris Evert
Chrysler Imperial
Double Delight
Electron
Elina
Firefighter
First Prize
Fragrant Cloud
Full Sail
Gemini
Gentle Giant
Grande Dame
Happy Go Lucky
Henry Fonda
Honor
In the Mood
Ingrid Bergman
Ink Spots
John F. Kennedy
Just Joey
Legends
Love & Peace
Mellow Yellow
Mister Lincoln
Moonstone
Neil Diamond
Oklahoma
Olympiad
Opening Night
Paradise
Peace
Perfect Moment
Perfume Delight
Pope John Paul II
Pretty Lady Rose
Rio Samba
St Patrick
Sugar Moon
Summer Love
Tahitian Sunset
Tiffany
Tropicana
Veterans' Honor
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Grandiflora Roses
Grandiflora roses are known for their large showy flowers. They are a combination of graceful blooms of the hybrid teas married with the repetitive growth cycle of floribundas. The shades of colors go from soft pastels to deep purples and are complemented by the hints of the sweetest floral perfumes. These tall and hardy roses develop on long stemmed clusters for exquisite sophistication in flower border landscaping or hedging. Hardy and disease resistant.
grandifloraroses

Dick Clark
Fragrant Plum
Gold Medal

 

Good as Gold
Love
Radiant Perfume

Rock & Roll
Strike It Rich
Twilight Zone

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Floribunda Roses
The Floribunda Rose is a crossbred flower that is loved for its hardiness in harsh climates, minimal upkeep, and its ability to have continual blooms. They are recognized for their familiar traits of stocky and rigid shrubbery with an abundance of color, fragrance and beauty.
Angel Face
Betty Boop
Chihuly
China Doll
Doris Day
Easy to Please NEW!
Ebb Tide
Europeana
George Burns
Gingersnap
Hot Cocoa
Iceberg
Judy Garland
Julia Child
Jump for Joy
Ketchup & Mustard
Love Song
Purple Tiger
Scentimental
Sheila's Perfume
Sparkle & Shine
Sunsprite
Trumpeter
Vavoom
Violet's Pride NEW!
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Shrubs Roses
Shrub roses encompass a wide range of rose types which makes them a very diverse group. It seems that any rose that does not fit another category becomes a shrub rose and in turn their winter hardiness varies. Many shrub roses result from crossing old­rose types with modern roses and therefore combine the best traits of each: repeat flowering rose bushes and a great range of colors from the Modern Roses, and the fragrance, wide range of flower styles, growth habits, and also the delicate color from the Old Garden Roses. There are some very useful roses in this 'Shrub Roses' group. Many Shrub Roses are good for screens, hedges, and mass planting. Shrub Roses also make great single specimen plantings. Virtually all shrub rose bushes are repeat blooming.

Children's Hope NEW!
Edith's Darling NEW!

Knockout
Midnight Blue

Oranges N Lemons

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Miniature Roses
Miniature roses are perfection on a small scale. They grow well indoors or out and are useful colorful plantings in areas where space is limited. Miniature roses are great in containers, make lovely borders, and are perfect for those with a small yard or balcony.
All A'twitter
Coffee Bean
Cutie Pie
Daddy's Little Girl
Diamond Eyes
Lemon Drop
Rainbow's End
Ruby Ruby
Smoke Rings
Starla
Tiddly Winks
Whimsy
Winsome
You're the One
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Miniature Tree Roses {18­inches in height}
Add a second story onto your rose garden! Miniature Tree Roses are roses trained to heights 18ˇ©inches. A great option for gardeners with small spaces to fill.
All A'twitter
Children's Hope NEW!
Coffee Bean
Daddy's Little Girl
Edith's Darling NEW!
Lemon Drop
Rainbow's End
Ruby Ruby
Smoke Rings
Tiddly Winks
You're the One
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  Miniature Fruit Trees

Apple
Fuji
Gala
Granny Smith

Apricot
Pixiecot

Nectarine
Golden Prolific
Nectar Babe
Nectarina
Red Sunset

Peach
El Dorado
Golden Glory
Pixzee
Southern Sweet

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  Semi-Dwarf Fruit Trees

Almond
ALL-IN-ONE

Apple
3­N­1 Multi Grafted
6­N­1 Espaliered
Arkansas Black Spur
Fuji
Gala
Golden Delicious
Granny Smith
Honey Crisp
Jonathan
Mutsu
Newtown Pippin
Pink Lady
Pink Pearl
Red Delicious Spur

Apricot
3-N-1 Multi Grafted
Blenheim
Brittany Gold
Chinese Golden Amber Harcot
Tilton
Tomcot

Aprium
Cot-N-Candy
Flavor Delight
Leah Cot
Summer Delight

Cherry
3 ­N­1 Multi Grafted
Bing
Black Tartarian
Lapins
Royal Ann
Royal Rainier
Stella
Van

Nectaplum
Spice Zee

Nectarine
Arctic Blaze
Arctic Glo
Arctic Queen
Arctic Rose
Double Delight
Fantasia
Flamekist
Heavenly White
Independence
Liz’s Late
Snow Queen

Peach
3­N­1 Multi Grafted
3­N­1 Multi­grafted Peach/nectarine
Arctic Supreme
Carnaval
Donut
Earli­Treat
Gold Dust
July Elberta
O’Henry
Red Haven
Reliance
Rio Oso Gem
Snow Giant
Sugar Lady

Asian Pear
4­N­1 Multi Grafted
Hosui
Shinko
Shinseiki
Tennosui

Pear
4­N­1 Multi Grafted
6­N­1 Espaliered
Bartlett
Blake's Pride
D’Anjou
Warren



Pluerry
Candy Hearti

Plum
3­N­1 Multi Grafted
Burgundy
Kelsey
Late Santa Rosa
Nubiana
Santa Rosa
Satsumai

Pluot 3-N-1 Multi Graftedi
Dapple Supreme
Flavor Grenade
Flavor King
Flavor Queen
Flavor Supreme

Prune
French Improved
Sugar

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  Standard Fruit Trees

Apple
Fuji EZ Pick
Fuji EZ Pick Jumbo
Gala EZ Pick
Gala EZ Pick Jumbo
Golden Delicious EZ Pick
Granny Smith Spur
Granny Smith Spur Jumbo
Granny Smith Spur EZ Pick
Granny Smith Spur EZ Pick Jumbo
Honeycrisp EZ Pick
Jonathan
Pink Pearl
Red Delicious

Apricot
Blenheim EZ Pick
Blenheim EZ Pick Jumbo
Golden Amber EZ Pick
Golden Amber EZ Pick Jumbo
Harcot
Helena
Katy Ez Pick
Peach Cot
Royal EZ Pick
Tilton EZ Pick



Cherry

Bing EZ Pick
Bing EZ Pick Jumbo
Black Tartarian
Black Tartarian EZ Pick
Craig's Crimson
English Morello (Sour)
Lapins EZ Pick
Lapins EZ Pick Jumbo
Montmorency (Sour)
Rainier EZ Pick
Royal Rainier
Stella EZ Pick
Stella EZ Pick Jumbo
Van EZ Pick

Craneberry
Trancendent

Fig (Potted)

Black Jack
Black Mission
Brown Turkey
Excel
Janice
Seedless­White Kadota
White Kadota

Fruit Salad

4-N-1 Multi Grafted
 

Jujube
Lang
Li
hanxi Li
Sugar Cane



Mulberry

Pakistan Cookes
Persian
Teas Weeping Fruiting

Nectarine
Arctic Blaze
Arctic Jay
Arctic Rose
Arctic Star
Double Delight
Fantasia EZ Pick
Fantasia EZ Pick Jumbo
Independence EZ Pick
Liz’s Late
Snow Queen

Peach

Peach / Nectarine 3­N­1 Multi Grafted
Arctic Supreme
Champagne
Donut Ez Pick
Donut Ez Pick Jumbo
Elberta EZ Pick
Elberta EZ Pick Jumbo
Fairtime
Fantastic Elberta
Fay Elberta
Gold Dust
Halford Cling
Indian Blood Cling
July Elberta
O’henry
Red Baron EZ Pick
Red Haven EZ Pick
Red Haven EZ Pick Jumbo
Snow Beauty
Snow Giant
Summerset
White Lady

Asian Pear

Apple Pear
Hosui
Shinseiki
Twentieth Century

Pear European
Bartlett
Fan Cris

Persimmon
Chocolate
Fuyu
Giant Fuyu
Hachiya

Plum
Burgundy EZ Pick
Burgundy EZ Pick Jumbo
Green Gage EZ Pick
Late Santa Rosa
Nubiana
Santa Rosa EZ Pick
Santa Rosa EZ Pick Jumbo
Satsuma EZ Pick
Wickson



Pluerry
Sweet Treat

Pluot

Dapple Dandy
Flavor Finale
Flavor Grenade
Flavor King
Flavor Queen
Flavor Supreme

Pomegranate
Ambrosia
Eversweet
Parfianka
Red Silk
Wonderful



Quince
Cookes Jumbo Pineapple

Nut – Almond

All­in­one
Hall’s Hardy
Non Pareil
Price
Texas Mission

Nut - Chestnut

Colossal
Nevada

Nut – Filbert

Eta
Jefferson

Nut – Pecan

Kanza
Mahan
Mohawk
Pawnee
Western Schley
Wichita



Nut – Walnut
Hartley
Idaho
Mesa
Robert Livermore
Thomas Black
Tulare
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  Berries
Blackberries
Apache
Apache (potted)
Black Satin
Dirksen Thornless
Kiowa
Navaho
Navaho (potted)
Olallie
Olallie (potted)
Ouachita
Prime Arc 45 (potted)
Triple Crown



Boysenberries
Thornless
Thornless (potted)
Blueberries (potted)
Jubilee
Misty
O’Neal
Pink Lemonade
Sharpblue
Southmoon
Sunshine Blue



Currant
Consort
Wilder

Gojiberry

Wonderberry

Gooseberries

Black Velvet
Hops
Cascade
Centennial

Kiwi
Issai
Tomuri Male
Vincent Female

Loganberries
Thornless

Raspberries

Cumberland Black
Munger Black
Heritage
Heritage (potted)
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  Grapes
Autumn Royal
Black Emerald
Black Monukka
Cabernet Sauvignon
Crimson Seedless
Eastern Concord
Eastern Concord Seedless
Flame Seedless
Flame Seedless (potted)
Ladyfinger
Muscat
Perlette
Red Globe
Summer Muscat
Summer Royal
Syrah
Thompson Seedless
Thompson Seedless (potted)
Zinfandel
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  Shade Trees
Raywood Ash
Modesto Ash
European White Birch
European White Birch Clump
River Birch
Flamingo Box Elder
Variegated Box Elder
Autumn Fantasy Maple
Silver Maple
Mulberry
Lombardy Poplar
Silver Poplar
Siouxland Poplar
Willow
Lynwood Gold Forsythia
Chinese Lilac
Annabel Lilac
Clark’s Giant Lilac
Common Eastern Lilac
Crystal White Lilac
Excel Lilac
Krasavitsa Moskvy Lilac
Lavender Lady Lilac
Monge Lilac
Yankee Doodle Lilac
Red Flowering Pomegranate
Pink Lady Quince
Red Flowering Quince
Toyo Nishiki Quince
Longissima Alba Wisteria
Blue Wisteria
Cooke’s Purple Wisteria
Pink Wisteria
Cooke’s Purple Wisteria Tree
Flowering Cherry

Purple Robe Locust
Double Red Flowering Peach
Bradford Flowering Pear
Krauter Vesuviaus Flowering Plum
Purple Pony Flowering Plum
Forest Pansy Redbud
Eastern Redbud
Oklahoma Redbud
Western Redbud
Weeping Pussy willow
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