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Tiny Orchards

PO Box 119
Saco, ME 04072-0119
United States

Contact details

Telephone: (207) 542-5451
Website: www.tinyorchards.com

Open Times

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Profile

Tiny Orchards is a suburban backyard fruit orchard located in the town of Saco, Maine.   We grow 180 cultivars of fruit, mostly great old heirlooms that you won’t likely ever find in your local supermarket.  Our collection is comprised of 108 different apples, 40 pears, 17 plums, 6 apricots, 6 peaches and 3 cherries, each with something unique and worthwhile to offer.  Every tree has been grafted onto dwarf or super-dwarf rootstocks to allow us to accommodate as much variety as possible in the space we’ve got.  Apples are grown on P.22 or G.41; pears on Pyro™ 2-33; cherries on Gisela 5; and peaches, plums and apricots on Krymsk 1.  Apples and pears are trained to a Super Spindle Open V-Trellis System, with trees spaced just 27” apart in staggered rows.   Three dozen of our cultivars were brought in through the USDA Plant Quarantine program over the last decade to ensure that they’re virus free.   On this side of the pond, they’re unique to our orchard.  These heirlooms came from collections in England, Wales and the Czech Republic and all have proven to withstand a blustery Zone 5b coastal Maine winter. We are soon to be selling trees of all 180 varieties as well as 6-tree "Tiny Orchards" of our apples on super-dwarf rootstock which will tuck neatly into a 6-foot by 9-foot area in your yard and easily be maintained at a mature height of 6 feet.

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Products / Fruit Grown

Apples: Adamsapfel Ostpreussischer, Amère de Berthecourt, Ananas Reinette, Annie Elizabeth, Ard Cairn Russet, Arkansas Black, Aromatic Russet, Ashmead's Kernel, Atalanta, Black Oxford, Bloody Ploughman, Bogo Belle de Boskoop, Bonkers (NY 35), Braddick Nonpareil, Brookes's, Brownlees Russet, Brown's Apple, Broxwood Foxwhelp, Burrow Hill Early, Calville Blanc d'Hiver, Calville Rouge du Mont d'Or, Campfield, Claygate Pearmain, Cornish Aromatic, Cowarne Red, D’Arcy Spice, Dabinett, Early Julyan, Egremont Russet, Esopus Spitzenberg, Fair Maid of Devon, Fenouillet de Ribours, Fenouillet Gris, Frederick, Freyberg, Frostbite (MN 447), Golden Harvey, Golden Knob, Golden Nugget, Golden Pearmain, Golden Russet, Golden Sweet, GoldRush, Graniwinkle, Harrison, Harry Masters Jersey, Herring's Pippin, Hidden Rose, High View Pippin, Holstein, Hudson's Golden Gem, Improved Ashmead's Kernel, Karmijn de Sonnaville, Keepsake, Kidd's Orange Red, King David, Kingston Black, Knobby Russet, Lamb Abbey Pearmain, Laxton’s Superb, Mantet, Margil, Maxton, Melrose, Mutsu, Myers' Royal Limbertwig, Newtown Pippin, Olympia Baldwin, Orleans Reinette, Palmer's Rosey, Pine Golden Pippin, Pitmaston Pineapple, Pomme Cloche, Ramsey Limbertwig, Réale d'Entraygues, Red Gravenstein, Redfield, Reine des Reinettes, Reinette Clochard, Reinette Grise de Portugal, Renetta Grigia di Torriana, Rhode Island Greening, Rosemary Russet, Ross Nonpareil, Roter Ananas, Roter Stettiner, Rubinette, Saint Edmund's Russet, Saltcote Pippin, Sandow, Scrumptious, Sir Prize, Smith's Cider, Snapp Stayman, Spy Double Red, Stearns, Stoke Red, Suntan, Tremlett's Bitter, Tydeman's Late Orange, Victoria Limbertwig, Vilberie, Welford Park Nonsuch, White Close Pippin, Wickson, William Crump, Williams' Pride, and WineCrisp (Co-op 31).Apricots: Apache, Arzami Aromatnyj, Orangered, Robada, Volšebnyj and Vynoslivyj. Cherries: BlackPearl, BurgundyPearl, and EbonyPearl. Peaches: Coralstar, Flamin’ Fury PF 19-007, Flamin’ Fury PF 24C, Flamin’ Fury PF Lucky 13, Nectar and Sugar Giant. Pears: Alexandrine Douillard, Aurora, Bastard St. Brides (Perry Pear), Bergamotte d'Esperen, Best Ever, Beurré Capiaumont, Beurré d'Arenberg, Beurré Giffard, Beurré Madame Henre Lamy, Beurré Naghin, Beurré Superfin, Butirra Rosata Morettini, Chapman's Orange (Perry Pear), Comtesse Clara Frijs, Dana's Hovey, Devoe, Docteur Desportes, Duchesse d'Angouleme, Fondante d'Automne, Fondante de Charneux, Fondante de Moulins Lille, Glou Morceau, Honeysweet, Leopardo Morettini, Louise Bonne d'Avranches, Magness, Marguerite de Marillat, Moorcroft (Perry Pear), Norm's Mystery Pear, Onward, Passe Crassane, Rousellet de Reims, Soldat Laboureur, Sucrée de Montluçon, Triomphe de Vienne, Tyson, Ubileen, Vavilov, Warren and White Doyenne. Plums: Brandy Gage, Brown’s Crimson Drop, Coe's Golden Drop, Drap d'Or d'Esperen, Golden Transparent Gage, Goldfinch, Guthrie’s Late Green, Kirke's Blue, Lawson’s Golden, Old Greengage, Oullins Golden Gage, Prune D'Ente 707, Reine-Claude Conducta, Reine-Claude Violette, Rosy Gage (NY 101), Sugar and Washington. Apples available for local collectionNon-Alcoholic Cider / Juice Available

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