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Medlar Trees

Attractive, small trees have large, showy white flowers in late spring and

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Medlar Trees (Mespilus germanica)

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Breda Giant (Conventional BR2020)

Conventionally Grown

This Dutch variety has large, excellent quality, tasty fruit that is good for eating fresh or making jelly. Naturally small tree is very ornamental. Self fertile tree is hardy zones 4-10. Current...

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Large Russian (Organic)

USDA Certified Organic

This rare medlar variety dates back to the time of King Henry the 8th and was grown for its flavorful fruit and used for medicine. Large dark brown fruit is abundantly produced and good for fresh...

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Marron (Conventional BR2020)

Conventionally Grown

Bears prolific crops of chestnut colored medium sized fruits that have an excellent tasty flavor. Small compact tree is very ornamental in the landscape. Hardy zones 5-10. Current stock available as...

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Royal (Conventional)

Conventionally Grown

An abundant producer of very large, tasty nut-brown fruit. Originating in the United Kingdom Royal is considered to be the best variety for fresh eating and is also good for cooking and preserves....

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