The trees are very nice size. I'm very impressed. A little taller than the box, so bent over a little. Not injured, straighten up nicely out of the box.
The miltigraft apple is Rubinette, Queen Cox, and Pristine. Each branch is labeled. All are listed as disease resistant. In this climate, disease resistant is important.
When I get them to Battleground, I'll plant them and addend this post.
The Jujube looks many-times larger than the ones I bough 18 months ago at One Green World. Those barely grew last year, so are still only about a foot. This will need a pollenizer, but it's a start.
Now anxious to get out and plant. Later today. Good day for planting, overcast, cool, not pouring rain. Yet.
The peach is Q-1-8. Again, bought for reported disease resistance. So frustrating to lose peaches to leaf curl.
|Packaged Fruit Trees.|
Q-1-8 is listed as peach-leaf-curl resistant, tested at the Washington State testing station at Mount Vernon "A sweet and flavorful semi-freestone, white fleshed peach. Great for fresh eating. Ripens early August. Showy blossoms. Self fertile". Most peaches are self fertile. Not that they would say one is not sweet or flavorful :-)
Of the Apples, all 3 sound interesting.
|3-way Multigraft Apple|
|Q-1-8 Peach Roots|