I have asked a number of DFW nurseries to provide a list of the fruit trees and bushes that they will be carrying this Spring.
I have not heard back from everyone, but I have provided a list for everyone from whom I heard back. I will update the list if I hear from any others.
Some of these nurseries may have a rolling inventory. Make sure you call them to confirm what they have in stock before you make the trip.
North Haven Gardens
7700 Northaven Road
Dallas, TX 75230
Belle of Georgia Dwarf
Dorman Red Raspberry
Improved Meyer Lemon
Siam Ruby Banana
Calloway's Nursery and Cornelius Nursery
Golden Delicious 5gl
Granny Smith 5gl
Mollies Delicious 5gl
Brown Turkey 5gl
Belle of Georgia 5gl
Red Globe 5gl
Seibel 9110 - DFW
Powder Blue Blueberry
Dorman Red 2gl
Lemon Meyer 5gl
Lime Mexican 5gl
Nectarine Surecrop 5gl
Orange Satsuma 5gl
1651 Wall Street
Garland, Texas 75041
Mollie’s Delicious 5 gal
Red Delicious 5 gal
Fuji 5 gal
Moonglow 5 gal
Orient 5 gal
Keiffer 5 gal
Methley 5 gal
Allred 5 gal
Wonderful 5 gal
Fuyu 5 gal
Eureka 5 gal
Hachiya 5 gal
Brazos 1 gal
Rosborough 1 gal
Navajo Thornless 1 gal
Locations in Dallas and Arlington
eldorado miniature peach
belle of georgia
shinseiki asian pear
all-in-one genetic semi-dwarf almond
flame seedless grape
perlette seedless grape
blackberries - not determined
brown turkey fig
5518 Liberty Grove Road
Rowlett, Texas 75089
These apples are "semi self-fertile", which means that they will usually produce enough fruit for homeowner use but would bear much more heavily with a proper pollinator.
Red Delicious: Large fruit, red waxy skin, pure white flesh. Bears more heavily when pollinized with Yellow Delicious. Ripens: September-October.
Yellow Delicious: Large fruit, golden yellow. Excellent pollinizer variety. Ripens: September-October.
Mollie's Delicious: Very large, yellow skin with red blush. Pollinate with Granny Smith. Ripens: Late July- August.
Granny Smith: Large fruit, bright green skin which remains bright green for quite a while after harvest. Excellent pollinator of other apples. Ripens: August-September.
The apricot listed is self-fertile.
Moorpark: Large, brownish-red skin, orange flesh. Ripens: late June to early July, harvest through July.
Blackberries are self-fertile.
All listed types are fully self-fertile.
Brown Turkey: Medium to large sized, brown to violet colored fruit with strawberry colored flesh. Small-eye variety.
Black Jack: Large, long, purplish fruit with strawberry red flesh. Natural semi-dwarf, easily maintained around 6-8' tall.
Blue Giant (Texas Blue Giant): Large fruit, purple skin, amber flesh.
Celeste: Small to medium sized, light brown fig with pink flesh and a tightly closed eye. One of the best tasting varieties, produces best off the previous year's wood. Proven to have excellent cold resistance.
Texas Everbearing: Medium to large, bell-shaped fig, brownish-yellow skin, amber flesh. Bears young, tolerates colder areas.
All listed types are self-fertile.
Golden Glory (Dwarf cultivar): Very large fruit, gold skin with light red blush, yellow flesh. Freestone. The smallest growing peach tree available (5' tall at maturity). Good for smaller locations. Ripens: August.
Belle of Georgia: Medium sized, white-fleshed fruit. Freestone. Ripens: mid-July.
Elberta: Large, elongated fruit. Golden yellow skin, flushed with red where exposed to sun. Yellow flesh, freestone.
Florida King: Medium, semi-cling fruit. Florida King is one of the earliest season peaches around. Ripens: mid-May.
Harvester: Medium to large fruit, bright red skin evenly blushed over yellow. Acidic, yellow flesh. Ripens uniformly instead of staggered ripening. Freestone. Ripens: late June.
Loring: Large, yellow skin with red blush, yellow flesh. Freestone. Ripens: mid-July.
Ranger: Large, brightly colored red skin, yellow flesh. Late blooming, good for colder areas, heavy producer. Freestone. Ripens: early July.
Redskin: Large, deep red skin over yellow. Yellow flesh, good for eating or canning. Freestone. Ripens: early August.
Sentinel: Medium to large fruit, yellow skin with red blush. One of the sweetest peaches, semi-freestone. Ripens: mid-June.
Ayers: Yellow fruit with red blush, semi-self fertile. Ripens: August.
Kieffer: One of the best self-pollinating pears, greenish yellow skin blushed red, stores well, coarse texture (high stone cell count). Ripens: October to November.
Moonglow: Large, brownish-green skin, soft flesh, juicy, low grit. Best with Bartlett as a pollinator. Ripens: early August.
Orient: Large, round, yellow skin. Smooth texture, better production with pollinizer, either Bartlett or Kieffer.
---DallasFruitGrower Does Not Recommend Bartlett ----
Bartlett: The #1 pear in the world for a reason, large, smooth, yellow skin with white flesh. Vigorous grower, self-fertile but better production with a pollinator. Pollinates other pear types well.
All persimmons listed here are fully self-fertile.
Fuyu Giant: Orange skin, non-astringent flavor, round to semi-oblong and large. Bears from an early age, no seeds unless planted with other varieties. Ripens: November.
Tanenashi: Medium size, cone-shaped fruit, orange skin, seedless, astringent. Bears from an early age. Ripens: October.
Bruce: Large fruit, red skin and flesh, early ripening variety. Needs a pollinizer like Methley. One of the largest fruiting plums in the area. Ripens: mid-late May.
Methley: Medium fruit, purple skin, amber-red flesh. Fully self-fertile. Ripens: early June.
Morris: requires pollinizer, large, round, deep-red skin, bright red flesh. Outstanding flavor. Excellent disease resistance. Ripens: mid-June.
Santa Rosa: Large, oval plums, purplish-red skin with blue highlights, yellow flesh to dark red near the skin. Self-fertile. Ripens: mid-June.
Wonderful: Extra-large fruit, red skin, red flesh, the most commercially available pomegranate. Ripens: September.
Flame: nearly-seedless red, color may fade in hot summers but fruit quality does not, medium table grape. Leave long canes on this grape to train along wires or trellises, as it develops the best fruitwood away from the main cane. (Cane prune) Ripens: late July.
Perlette: large white grape, seedless variety. (Cane prune) Ripens: Mid-July.
Seibel 9110: large white-yellow fruit in large clusters. Wine or table variety. Prune back to within several buds of the main canes to leave small spurs for the development of new wood. (Spur prune) Ripens: August to September.
Summer Royal: medium-sized black seedless grape. (Cane prune) Table variety. Ripens: August.
All pecan varieties do better with a pollinator, but some are more self-fertile than others.
Cheyenne: early shedder, soft-shell medium-sized pecan, excellent flavor, early producing. Good pollinator for other varieties. Ripens: late Sept-early October.
Choctaw: late shedder, very large nutmeat, soft shell, good quality. Early bearing, semi self-fertile. Ripens: late Oct-early November.
Desirable: early shedder, large, medium-soft shell. Semi self-fertile. Ripens: late Oct-early November.
Pawnee: early shedder, soft shell, early ripening - ripens late September.