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Department: Horticulture

Alstroemeria ‘Mauve Majesty’

Alstroemeria ‘Mauve Majesty’ produces gorgeous mauve to rose pink flowers accented by dark speckling and creamy yellow throat. This variety is native to South America and flowers May through frost. ‘Mauve Majesty’ performs best in well-drained, humus-rich soil under full sunlight. Uniform soil temperatures extend bloom period.

Alstroemeria ‘Tangerine Tango’

An absolutely vibrant array of tangerine colored flowers blanket sturdy, upright stems from May until first frost. A creamy yellow throat and deep speckling accentuate flowers. ‘Tangerine Tango’ puts on quite a show in well-drained, humus-rich soil under full sunlight.

Apple ‘New York 1’ SNAPDRAGON®

Apple ‘New York 1’ SNAPDRAGON® was developed by Cornell researchers. Apple ‘New York 1’ SNAPDRAGON® has a crispy texture and spicy-sweet flavor.

Apple ‘New York 2’ RUBYFROST®

Apple ‘New York 2’ RUBYFROST® was developed by Cornell researchers. Apple ‘New York 2’ RUBYFROST® has a crisp, juiciness texture and a balanced sugar-to-acid flavor.

Buddleia Flutterby Flow™

The Buddleia Flutterby Flow™ series grows to be 18-24″ tall by 36-48″ wide. The flowers cover the plant blooming from late spring until frost. They are easy to grow and require low maintenance.

Buddleia Flutterby Grande™

The Buddleia Flutterby Grande™ series grows to be 72-96″ tall by 48-72″ wide. The plants grow upright and tend to be dense. They bloom from early summer to frost and are drought and heat tolerant.

Buddleia Flutterby Petite™

The Buddleia Flutterby Petite™ series grows to be 24-30″ tall by 24-30″ wide. The plants need full sun and are adaptable to a wide range of soil types and growing conditions. They bloom from early summer until frost.

Buddleia Flutterby™

The Buddleia Flutterby™ series grows to be 48-60″ tall by 48-60″ wide. The plants have dense growth habit and bloom from early summer until frost. The flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. They are drought and heat tolerant.

Chardonel Grape

Chardonel makes an inexpensive, crisp, dry wine with undertones of cream and butter, and a slightly floral, fruity nose. Chardonel wine is a wonderful accompaniment to lighter fare such as sea bass, sole, salmon, scallops and delicate game fowl. It also goes well as an aperitif with creamy French and Italian cheeses.

Cherry ‘Hartland’

‘Hartland’ is a sweet cherry ideal for the processed and fresh markets and uniquely suited as a pollenizer in commercial orchards. ‘Hartland’ is genetically compatible with most commercial varieties and has good resistance to bacterial canker. This fruit is deep red-purple, of medium size, with consistently heavy crops.

Cherry ‘Royalton’

‘Royalton’ is a dark purple-red cherry. It has excellent flavor and is crack-resistant (even after heavy spring rains). ‘Royalton’ is a standout at cherry blossom time and when the fruit ripens in mid-June. ‘Royalton’ can be used as a pollinator for other sweet cherries.

Cherry ‘Somerset’

‘Somerset’ is a sweet black cherry with exceptional crispness. As a result of ‘Somerset’s’ remarkable firmness, it has a much longer shelf-life for fresh sales than most other sweet cherries. ‘Somerset’ ripens its medium-large fruit in late mid-season. ‘Somerset’ is a heart shaped cherry with a medium to short stalk. Trees have moderate vigor, so less pruning and training time is required.

Cherry ‘Surefire’

‘Surefire’ is a tart cherry with firm bright red skin, flesh, and juice that make it excellent for processing. It has late white flower blossoms, so frost danger is low and it is crack resistant. USDA cold hardiness zones 4-8.

CU-Structural Soil®

CU-Structural Soil® is a new, revolutionary urban tree mix that can safely support pavements and sidewalks. It is designed to provide ample rooting area for street trees, leading to increased tree growth and decreased tree mortality and sidewalk failure.

Geneva® ‘G.16’

Geneva® ‘G.16’ is a 1981 cross of ‘Ottawa 3 X Malus floribunda’. Geneva® ‘G.16’ is hypersensitive to at least one common latent virus. It is tolerant to collar rot, nearly immune to fire blight, and immune to scab (black spot). In the orchard, Geneva® ‘G.16’ is non-brittle and well-anchored.

Strawberry ‘Clancy’

Released by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, ‘Clancy’ plants are vigorous and fruit late, similar season to Cabot or Eros. ‘Clancy’ holds its berries high off the ground, making them less susceptible to fungal diseases that usually attack late-season crops. The berries are round and conical in shape with dark red color and have good flavor.

Strawberry ‘L’Amour’

‘L’Amour’ is an exceptional June bearing strawberry. It bears in early mid-season, and yields glossy red berries with remarkable flavor and attractiveness. ‘L’Amour’s’ round conical fruit is firm, but not hard, with a fancy calyx and excellent eating quality. It is characterized by strong vigor, large flowers, and uniformity in shape between primary and secondary fruit.