Deadline to order is Thursday, October 15, 2015
CLICK HERE to place your order ONLINE. (Orders will be accepted starting September 15, 2015)
Plants will be available for pick up on October 22-23-7 (9am – 5pm) at the Cabarrus County Cooperative Extension Office (715 Cabarrus Ave-West, Concord, NC 28027). You will receive a reminder note prior to plants arriving.
All proceeds from the Plant Sale provide Cooperative Extension programming support.
This plant sale is a fundraiser for Cabarrus County Cooperative Extension. All plants are grown in nurseries in Georgia or Alabama. All orders are non-refundable. Plants do not have a warranty.
To download a plant sale brochure with detailed information about each plant variety, click HERE.
Or call 704-920-3310; weekdays; between 8am and 5pm.
All berry plants are sold in 1-gallon containers and are well adapted to the piedmont growing conditions. Cost for plants is $10 each.
At least two different varieties of blueberries must be planted to ensure cross-pollination in order to produce fruit.
Climax: Ripens mid to late season. Fruits are medium size with good flavor and average stem scar. Plants have good upright growth.
Premier: Late ripening normally in mid to late July. Upright growth with average vigor. Midium size fruit, good flavor, dry stem scar.
Tifblue: Ripens mid to late season. Fruit are medium size with good flavor and an average stem scar. Plants have a good upright growth habit. Tifblue is one of the oldest cultivars that is still being planted.
Pink Lemonade: Sweet fruit that is bright pink when ripe. Bushes have pink-white flowers in the spring, pink fruit in late summer, and orange-red leaves in the fall.
Navaho: Fruit are medium in size, excellent flavor and average sugar content. Fruit ripen mid season over a 5-6 week period.
Ouachita: Fruit are large in size, very good flavor, and an average sugar content of 10- 11%. Fruit ripen mid season over five weeks with consistently high yields.
Cowart: Black; fruit are medium size, ripen early to mid season, have very large clusters, excellent flavor, good quality and a wet stem scar. Plants are very vigorous and disease resistant.
Triumph: Bronze; fruit are very large in size, ripen early, large clusters, and has good flavor. Plants are disease resistant and the growth habit is very vigorous. Uses: Wine, Home, Juice and Jelly.
Heritage: Fruit are large in size, dark red, and very sweet. Plants have upright vigorous growth habits. Adapts well in most well drained soils.
Fall Gold: This everbearing variety produces large to very large, conical, extremely sweet, rather soft, golden berries. Excellent for fresh eating and processing.
This bright orange-red berry ranges from 1/2 to 1 inch long. Berries have a slight sweet with mildly tangy flavor. Berries can be eaten fresh, made into juice, wine or herbal tea, or dried and enjoyed as a snack. Shrub will grow approximately 8-10 feet in full sun.
Fig trees come in 3-gallon containers. Cost per tree is $20.
Brown Turkey: Bears twice a year, with flesh turning from various shades of amber to pink. The skin is copper brown. Very hardy. Ripens early and late summer.
Celeste: Fruit are small to medium in size. Light brown to violet brown skin. Whitish pink color flesh. Very few seeds. Ripens early summer.
Persimmon trees come in 3-gallon containers. Cost is $25 per tree.
Jiro: This non-astringent variety is sweet and delicious when it has become orange to orange-red in color and is still firm. Fruit are medium size. Tree can grow 20 feet high and wide. Prefers full sun.
Pear trees come in 5-gallon containers. Cost is $25 per tree.
Keiffer: Fruit are large in size, golden yellow in color, white flesh, crunchy and sweet. Trees have vigorous growth, are very hardy, blight resistant, and prolific. Produces fruit in late September. Recommend planting two of this self fertile variety to ensure pollination.
Bartlett: Fruit are large in size, yellowish brown in color, white flesh, very sweet, juicy, and ripen mid-season. Trees are medium in size with upright growth. They are ideal for planting in smaller areas.
Apple trees come in 5-gallon containers. Cost is $25 per tree.
Honey Crisp: Fruit is mottled red over yellow ground color with a very crisp flesh. Excellent eating and keeping apple. Annual bearer.
Granny Smith: Fruit are large in size, light green skin, white flesh, crisp, juicy, and ripens late. Tree growth is very vigorous, bears fruit at a young age, and is a good pollinator.
Gala: Fruit are medium to large in size, golden skin with red striping, white flesh, crisp, good flavor, and ripens mid-season. Tree growth habit is vigorous and upright.
Pecan trees come in 5-gallon containers. Cost is $40 per tree.
Elliott: Round, thin shelled nut. Size compares to Stuart; 65 per lb.; 53% meat. One of the best tasting pecans. Highly resistant to scab. Pollinate with Oconee.
Oconee: Cross between a Barton and Schley. Good nut size; 55 per lb. Large nut and excellent sheller. Good disease resistance and has an early harvest date. Pollinate with Elliott.
Moreland: Papershell nut with size and shape of Stuart. Nut fills well. Extremely high oil content gives and extra rich flavor and good keeping qualities. Self-Fruitful (does not need a pollinator).