Located in Oregon's Willamette Valley, we are wholesale growers committed to providing a large, year-round selection of over 2000 varieties of high-quality plant material; readily available to professionals in the landscape and nursery trade.
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6803 Kinns Rd. NE Woodburn, OR 97071
Phone: 503-982-6300
Fax: 503-982-3751
Email: orders@loennursery.com
M-F 7:30 am to 4:00 pm
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19205 SW Cipole Rd. Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone: 503-625-5454
Fax: 503-625-1176
Email: alonzo@loennursery.com
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Fruit Trees

Fruit, Apple, ESPALIER 'Spartan-Chehalis-Akene-Liberty'
Multiple varieties grafted on to a multi-tier espalier with no need for a pollinizer. Excellent up against a fence, wall or anywhere in the smaller garden.
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Fruit, Apple, ESPALIER 'Spartan-SumR-Grav-SumR'
Multiple varieties grafted on to a multi-tier espalier with no need for a pollinizer. Excellent up against a fence, wall or anywhere in the smaller garden.
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Fruit, Apple, ESPALIER 'Yellow Delicious'
Large, conical fruit with golden yellow skin, sometimes blushed with rose. Crisp, aromatic, white flesh. Unusually fine, sweet flavor. Best for eating, but also used for pies and sauces. Good keeper. Excellent pollinator for other varieties.
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Fruit, Apricot 'Blenheim' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, sweet freestone fruit with outstanding apricot flavor. Fragrant blooms in spring. Most flavorful of all apricots. Excellent for fresh eating, drying and canning.
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Fruit, Apricot 'Chinese Morman' (Semi Dwarf)
An early-bearing, heavy producing variety. Yellow to medium orange color. Sweet to mild flavor and smooth texture. Trees do well in colder climates. Self pollinating.
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Fruit, Apricot 'Moorpark' (Semi Dwarf)
Large fruit. Brownish-red skin. Firm, highly colored flesh; rich luscious flavor. Favorite for fresh eating, preserves and pies. Ripens late June to early July.
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Fruit, Apricot 'Puget Gold' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, elongated, freestone fruit with very good flavor. Later blooming. Ripens in early Ausust. Prolific bearer. Self-pollinating.
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Fruit, Asian Pear 'Hosui' (Semi Dwarf)
Medium large, brownish orange fruit. Juiiiicy, sweet, fine grained, crisp, with off-white flesh. Stores through December. Needs pollinator. Mid August to September ripening. Adapted to Willamette Valley.
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Fruit, Asian Pear 'Kosui' (Semi Dwarf)
Strong growing moderate yeilding tree. Small to medium faded yellow fruit with slight bronze russets. Crisp, crunchy juicy, sweet flesh. Ripens mid-July to early August; stores through September
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Fruit, Asian Pear 'Shinglo'
Golden brown skin, ripens early August. Average-size, sweet, and juicy with excellent flavor
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Fruit, Asian Pear 'Shinko' (Semi Dwarf)
Late ripening-September in Central Calif. - and excellent quality. Juicy, sweet, flavorful, refreshing, crisp like an apple. Golden brown russeted skin. 450 hours. Pollinated by Hosui, Chojuro, Kikusui, Bartlett. Highly resistant to fire blight.
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Fruit, Asian Pear 'Shinseiki'
A Japanese clear-skinned yellow type with medium size good to excellent flavored fruit that ripens early.
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Fruit, Asian Pear, ESPALIER 'Chojuro, Nijiseiki, Shinseiki'
Multiple varieties grafted on to a multi-tier espalier with no need for a pollinizer. Excellent up against a fence, wall or anywhere in the smaller garden.
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Fruit, Asian Pear, ESPALIER 'Shinseiki, Chojuro, Nijiseiki'
Multiple varieties grafted on to a multi-tier espalier with no need for a pollinizer. Excellent up against a fence, wall or anywhere in the smaller garden.
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Fruit, Asian Pear, MULTI '20th Cen-Shin, Hosui-Shinseik'
Enjoy more varities and extend your harvest all on one tree without the need of a pollinizer. Perfect for smaller gardens. Must prune to maintain growth of different varities.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Bing' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, heart-shaped, freestone fruit with dark red to brownish-purple skin. Firm, meaty purple flesh. Fresh eating and canning. Ripens from mid-June to early July. Pollinate with Black Tartarian, Ranier, Sam, Van, or Stella. Large spreading tree. Grafted on M26.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Black Tartarian' (Dwarf)
Once established, require little maintenance & are reliable producers. Requires moist, well-drained soils. Moderately cool summers; dislike high humidity. Fruit smaller than 'Bing', purplish black, firm, sweet. Late spring to early summer. Pollinated by any other sweet cherry. Begins bearing fruit 3-4 years after planting and will bear long into old age. Requires moist, well-drained soils.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Lambert' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, black, late harvest. Highest quality, rivaling Bing. Less susceptible to cracking due to later season. 800 hours. Poll'd by Van, Rainier, or Black Tartarian.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Lapin' (Semi Dwarf)
Large crack resistant dark red heart-shaped, firm fruit with rich flavor and excellent quality. Self fertile; needs no pollinizer. Excellent pollinizer. Hardy to about -20 degrees F. Ripens late in the season.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Montmorency'
Montmorency is the most popular of the sour cherry varieties the U.S. and Canada providing 95% or more of the sour cherries on the market. They are harvested in July and are light to dark red. This cherry has been cultivated in the United States for more than a century.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Montmorency' (Dwarf)
Small, bright red sweet-tart juicy cherry. Self-fertile mid season fruit. Grafted on Gisela Rootstock.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Rainier' (Semi-Dwarf)
Large, yellow fruit with red blush similar to Royal Ann. Firm clear to light yellow flesh. Excellent for eating and canning. Ripens mid-season. Resists cracking. Pollinate with Bing, Lambert, Sam, stella or Van. Grafted on M26.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Royal Ann' (Dwarf)
Large, firm, light yellow fruit with a beautiful rose blush. Firm, sweet, yellow flesh. Early bearing. Very productive. Exceptional holding qualities. Excellent for processing or fresh eating. Pollinate with Sam, Stella or Van but not Bing or Lambert. Grafted on M26.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Sam'
An early midseason, medium-large to large size, (fruit size depends on crop load), medium firm, very dark red variety with good crack tolerance. The flavor is only fair. The tree is vigorous, upright, productive, winter hardy, and tolerant to bacterial canker. It retains its firmness on the tree well. Pollinate with Hartland, Van, Emperor Francis, Hedelfingen Vogue, Gold, and Hudson. Grafted on M26.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Stella' (Semi Dwarf)
Lambert type, large, heart-shaped, dark red fruit. Sweet, juicy flesh. Rich flavor. First self-fertile sweet cherry. Fine pollinator. Moderate crack resistance. Ripens in mid June.
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Fruit, Cherry 'Van' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, shiny, reddish-black sweet cherry similar to Bing but firmer. Good flavor. Good fresh, cooked, canned or frozen. Heavy annual producer. Pollinate with Bing, Lambert, Raninier, Royal Ann, Sam or Stella. Ripens mid-June to early July. Grafted on M26.
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Fruit, Cherry x gis. 'Glacier' (Dwarf)
Fruit, Cherry x gis. 'Sweetheart' (Semi Dwarf)
Self-fertile, large, bright red fruit ripens in late July. Grafted on Gisela Rootstock.
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Fruit, Cherry, MULTI 'Bing/Stella/Rainier/Van'
Enjoy more varities and extend your harvest all on one tree without the need of a pollinizer. Perfect for smaller gardens. Must prune to maintain growth of different varities.
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Fruit, Cherry, MULTI 'Bing/Stella/Van'
Enjoy more varities and extend your harvest all on one tree without the need of a pollinizer. Perfect for smaller gardens. Must prune to maintain growth of different varities.
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Fruit, Cherry, MULTI 'Bing-Rainier'
Bing and Raniuer cherries grafted onto one stem.
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Fruit, Cherry, MULTI 'Bing-Rainier-Glacier'
Bing, Raniuer, and Stella cherries grafted onto one stem.
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Fruit, Ficus 'Lattarula'
Green fruit with sweet honey colored flesh. First crop matures in early summer, second in mid-summer to fall. Excellent for fresh eating. Self-pollinating. Compact size is perfect for containers.
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Fruit, Fruit Salad, MULTI 'PugetGold/Frost/Shiro/Italian/BlueDamson'
Enjoy more varities and extend your harvest all on one tree without the need of a pollinizer. Perfect for smaller gardens. Must prune to maintain growth of different varities.
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Fruit, Peach 'Elberta' (Semi Dwarf)
Famous yellow freestone peach with juicy sweet flesh. Classic variety for the home gardener. Ripens in late summer. Excellent for fresh eating, canning, and cooking. Self-fertile.
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Fruit, Peach 'Frost'
A very hardy variety that is tolerant of wet clay soil. Sweet yellow semi freestone flesh. Excellent for fresh eating and drying. Shows most resistance to peach leaf curl. Self-fertile.
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Fruit, Peach 'J H Hale' (Semi Dwarf)
Yellow freestone, light red blush over greenish yellow-yellow skin. Delicious, excellent for eating fresh or canning. Showy pink spring bloom; heavy bearing; some resistance to peach leaf curl. Self-fertile. Zones 6-9. 700 chill hours. Harvest July 10- July 25.
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Fruit, Peach 'Reliance'
Medium red-blushed fruit with yellow, sweet and juicy freestone fruit. Showy pink blossoms in spring. Ripens in mid-summer. Excellent for fresh eating and canning. Self-fertile.
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Fruit, Peach 'Saturn' (Semi Dwarf)
HABIT: Low, broad, globular crown. Showy pink flowers --SIZE:12-15 ft H, 12-15ft W --HARDINESS: Requires low chill. Hardy to -20°F degrees (USDA Zone 5) --EXPOSURE: Full Sun --DESCRIPTION: Medium- size. Freestone. Shaped like a doughnut. White skin with red blush; white flesh. Mildly sweet flavor with a hint of almond. Self-fruitful. Early.
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Fruit, Peach 'Veteran' (Semi Dwarf)
Medium yellow with red blush fruit. Yellow and juicy freestone flesh. Classic variety is most reliable for colder climates. Ripens mid to late season. Self-fertile.
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Fruit, Peach 'Vivid' (Semi Dwarf)
Bright red, high quality fruit. Productive vigorous tree. Produces mid-season
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Fruit, Peach X 'Plum' (Semi Dwarf)
This white-fleshed peach/plum hybrid can be eaten firm. It has a mild, classic flavor with a wonderful plum aftertaste that makes this a a unique treat. Early ripening.
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Fruit, Pear 'Bosc' (Semi-Dwarf)
The Bosc pear has a naturally occurring russet which covers the entire surface, giving it a golden appearance. The flesh is rich, melting. Size is medium to large. Bosc pears cook well because of their ability to remain firm and keep their shape. They also cook well with spices and sauces because of their stronger flavour. Available late September.
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Fruit, Pear 'Clapp's Favorite' (Semi-Dwarf)
Sweet, aromatic and juicy. Reembles Bartlett. Mid-August fruit
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Fruit, Pear 'Comice' (Dwarf)
It has a stubby, almost round shape with green skin and often a significant red blush on one cheek. Considered the king of the pears because of its extreme juiciness and sweetness, the Comice is the variety most often found in holiday gift boxes. With its delicate nature it is not recommended for cooking however, Comice pears are excellent eaten raw, or served paired with cheese as a dessert. Grafted on Province Quince.
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Fruit, Pear 'D'Anjou' (Semi Dwarf)
A winter pear that is the leading storage variety in the Northwest. Fruit is firm and juicy. Tree is large and highly productive.
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Fruit, Pear 'Flemish Beauty' (Semi Dwarf)
Smooth, juicy white flesh with a pleasant touch of tartness. Upright tree; ideal for small gardens. Ripens mid August-September. Need pollination except in arid West. Grafted on OHxF 333.
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Fruit, Pear 'Orcas' (Semi Dwarf)
Large, sweet mild flavor, attractive orange-yellow skin and a good producer. Fruit in late August. Grafted on OHxF 333.
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Fruit, Pear 'Red Clapp's' (Semi Dwarf)
Large yellow pears with a red blush. Sweet and juicy flavor. Excellent for fresh eating or canning. Needs a pollinizer.
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Fruit, Pear, ESPALIER 'Anjou, Rescue, Bartlett'
Enjoy more varities and extend your harvest all on one tree without the need of a pollinizer. Perfect for smaller gardens. Must prune to maintain growth of different varities.
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