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Bonners Ferry Nursery
* Located three miles from downtown
Bonners Ferry in beautiful North Idaho. *

208-267-3020 office

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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LONICERA - Edible Honeysuckle     
Berry Blue Honeyberry
Lonicera caerulea
Zones 2-7
Bush 
New Growth
Fall Color
Leaves
Fall Leaves
Flower
Height 5' Spread 4'. Small shrub with blueberry flavored berries about 1 centimeter in diameter. Likes full to partial sun and well drained soil. Even though it can be self-fertile, another variety is recommended for cross pollination. 

 

Borealis Honeyberry 

Lonicera caerulea
Zones 2-7
Bush
New Growth
Leaves Flower  
Height 5' Spread 4'. Small shrub with blueberry flavored berries about 1 centimeter in diameter. Likes full to partial sun and well drained soil. Even though it can be self-fertile, another variety is recommended for cross pollination. 
 
 MALUS - Apple   back to top 
 
Dolgo Crabapple Malus
Zones 2-8
Tree
Bud
Fruit  
Height 35-40' Spread 40'. Pink buds opening to fragrant white blooms. Good shade tree. Large, 1-1.5", red fruit. Excellent for jelly or wildlife forage.

 

Honeycrisp Apple

Malus
Zones 4-8
Tree
New Growth
Leaves
Bud
Flower
Fruit

Large 3" apple having a sweet-tart flavor and great texture. This apple has the best crunch and will keep in storage for up to 5 months. It is a good pollinizer. Suggest Red Delicious or Snowdrift crab for pollinizer.

 

McIntosh Apple

Malus
Zones 4-7
Fruit
Bud  
The national apple of Canada. Small to medium sized round fruit with a short stem. It has red and green skin with white flesh. Considered an "all purpose" fruit, suitable for both eating raw and for cooking.
 
 PRUNUS - Cherry   back to top  
 

Evans 'Bali' Cherry

Prunus
Zone 3
Tree
Winter Tree
Fall Color
New Growth
Leaves
Fall Leaves
Bud
Fruit

Fruit is 1" and dark red. A sour or tart cherry that left on the tree long enough will develop the sugars and become sweet. Excellent for pies, sauces and jams when tart. Known for its cold hardiness. Self fertile.

 

Lapins Cherry

 

Prunus
Zones 5-8
Tree
Fall Color
New Growth
Leaves
Fall Leaves
Bud
Flower
Fruit

Dark-red, heart shaped fruit. Favored commercial variety. Heavy crops of sweet, firm fruit. Self-fertile. Cold hardy. Split resistant.

 

Stella Cherry

Prunus
Zones 5-8
New Growth
Flower
Fruit

Black skin and flesh. Similar to Lambert. Sweet, juicy and moderately firm. Large sized fruit. Self fertile. Good pollinizer.
 
PRUNUS - Plum / Prune    back to top  
 

Italian Prune

 

Prunus
Zones 5-8
Tree
Leaves
Fruit

Purple skin, freestone. Medium sized fruit. Firm flesh, sweet with some tartness. Good fresh or for drying. Self-fertile.

 

Stanley Prune

 

Prunus
Zones 5-8
New Growth
Leaves
Bud
Flower
Fruit

Known as the "prune" plum it has deep blue-purple skin with yellow flesh. Juicy, tender and sweet. Good for fresh eating and cooking. Resistant to low temperatures. Freestone. Self fertile. 
 
 PYRUS - Pear   back to top 
 

Anjou Pear

 

Pyrus
Zones 5-8
Tree
New Growth
Leaves
Bud
Flower
Fruit

Yellow-green in color. Medium to large fruit. Smooth, thin skin with white sweet flesh. Stores well. Used for fresh eating. Suggest Bartlett as a pollinizer.

 

Bartlett Pear

Pyrus
Zones 5-9
Fall Leaves
Flower
Fruit

Greenish to yellow in color. Flesh is sweet, juicy and firm. Excellent when eaten fresh or for canning. Midseason bloomer. Suggest Anjou or Bosc as pollinizer.