UGA Extension Office

Plant Sale

Deadline to order and submit payment is Friday October 20th.

Plant pick-up is Wednesday November 1st, Thursday November 2nd and Friday November 3rd.

Cash, check, debit and credit cards are accepted. (Cards can not be taken over the phone.)


1 gal: $8 | 3 gal: $15 | 7 gal: $25

Powderblue Ripens mid season. Berries are very light blue in color, medium in size with good firmness and flavor. Suggested pollinators: Brightwell and Tifblue.

Tifblue Ripens mid to late season. Fruit are medium size with good flavor and an average stem scar. One of the oldest remaining cultivars; released in 1955 by UGA. Suggested pollinators: Brightwell & Powderblue.

Brightwell Fruit ripens in early to mid June through mid July. Berries have a medium size, excellent flavor & a dry stem scar. Suggested pollinators: Powderblue & Premier.

Premier Ripens early to mid season, usually  earlier than other mid season varieties. Fruit are larger in size with excellent color, great  flavor and a dry stem scar. Suggested pollinator: Brightwell.

Climax Early fruiting variety. Berries are firm with excellent flavor, good color, very small stem scar. Suggested pollinator: Premier.


1 gallon: $8

Caroline Fruit are large in size, bright red and well-flavored. Plants are more disease resistant and fruit ripens earlier than most everbearers. 

Fall Gold Fruit are large in size, golden, very sweet and somewhat soft. Plants are vigorous, productive and adaptable to a wide variety of soils. First crop ripens in July. Second crop ripens late August.

Heritage Fruit are large in size, dark red, and very sweet. Plants have vigorous growth habits and adapt well in well-drained soils.

Nova Fruit are medium in size, dark red, and ripen early. Plants have average growth height and are fairly disease-resistant. 


1 gallon: $8

Apache (Thornless) Fruit are very large in size with very good flavor and an average sugar content of 10-11%. Fruit ripens over a five-week period with very high yields.

Arapaho (Thornless) The earliest ripening thornless variety. Characteristics of the Arapaho are it is erect, self supporting canes, good fruit quality, earliness of ripening and its ability to establish a full fruiting row quickly.


1 gal: $8 | 3 gal: $15 | 7 gal: $25

Brown Turkey Fruit are medium to large in size, copper color skin, amber to pink color flesh, great flavor, a closed eye and very few seeds. Plants are prolific, often producing fruit twice a year.

Celeste Fruit are small to medium in size, light brown to violet-brown skin, whitish pink color flesh, a closed eye and very few seeds. Plants produce in early summer.


5 gallon: $20

Callaway Pink buds open in spring to white flowers. Flowers are followed by large, bright red crabapples (to 1.5” diameter) that mature in fall and may persist into winter. Flesh is crisp, yellow and mildly tart. Great for jellies, as well as fresh eating. Noted for excellent disease resistance. Grows 15 to 25 feet tall.

October Glory Maple Trees

3 gallon: $18

October Glory's proud display of red foliage. October Glory Maple Trees quickly mature into a pleasing oval shape, reaching up to 40 ft.

Crape Myrtle Tree
3 gallon: $15

Muskogee Crape Myrtle                                                                    Muskogee has light lavender-pink flowers appear amid glossy green foliage that turns red in fall. The cinnamon colored bark is smooth, peeling to a shiny light gray. A large shrub or small tree that makes an excellent specimen or group planting. Deciduous.

Natchez Crape Myrtle Tree
This Fast Growing Crape Myrtle has Unsurpassable Curb Appeal; Classy, White Blooms last all summer long! Flower clusters so lush and dense you will think it snowed in the summer! Super Hardy tree with excellent Pest and Disease Resistance, Drought and Deer Tolerant. You will love having a Shade and Flowering tree all in one!


1 gallon: $8

Tara Bronze; fruit are large in size, good flavor, dry stem scar, and ripen early to mid season. Plants are initially slow growing but become more vigorous after the first growing season, disease resistant and cold hardy.

Triumph Bronze; fruit are very large in size, good flavor, large clusters, good yields, dry stem scar, and ripen early. Plants have good vigor and disease resistance.

Cowart  Black; fruit are medium in 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.

Nesbitt Black; fruit are very large in size, cluster, high yields, ripen mid to late
season, and a dry stem scar. Plants are very vigorous, disease resistant, and cold hardy.


1 gallon: $8

Wonderful Produces large, tangy and flavorful purple-red fruit; perfect for eating fresh off the branch or to use in cooking.

Dwarf The small fruit has a tastier sweeter flavor than it's larger relative.


5 gallon: $40 

Oconee Large nut with soft shell. Excellent quality, good yields, ripens early and bears nuts at a young age. Trees are disease resistant and good for high density plantings.

Lakota pecan trees are known for high yields, early maturity, and deade-resitance to pecan scab. A great addition to any pecan orchard!

Stuart Large nut with a medium hard shell. Easy to crack, good quality, good flavor, fills out well, ripens early. Trees are scab resistant, tall, grow fast, and are very productive most years.

Japanese Persimmons

5 gallon: $25

Fuyu Fruit are non-astringent, medium to large in size, excellent flavor, oblate in shape, dark  orange skin, light orange flesh and ripens late.



5 gallon: $20 

Methley Fruit are medium to large in size, reddish purple in color, sweet juicy flesh, and ripen early. Trees have upright growth habit, are well-adapted in most soils, and are good pollinators. 

Santa Rosa Fruit are large in size, purplish red in color, yellow flesh, and ripen mid-season. Trees grow very vigorous and are partially self-fertile but will produce better when planted with another variety.

Okame Cherry Tree
3 gallon: $15
Okame Cherry Tree, Prunus Okame.' The Okame Cherry tree is one of the earliest of the flowering cherries and it flowers from Canada to Central Florida. In late winter or early spring, well before other trees are waking up, the Okame Cherry puts on a gasp-worthy display of carmine-pink flowers. The flowers bud on the naked stems before the leaves show their faces.

Thuja Green Giant
3 gallon: $18

Thuja Green Giant quickly gives you a lush, rich privacy screen (3-5 feet per year once established). - Drought tolerant - Disease & insect resistant - Easy to grow & very adaptable Thuja Green Giants grow in a uniform shape and height. You get that classic French Renaissance look without having to prune or shear.


5 gallon: $20

Arkansas Black Fruit are medium in size with very dark red skin, yellow flesh, crisp, juicy, and ripens late. Recommended pollinator is Yates or Yellow Delicious.

Granny Smith Large, waxy, green apple that is firm and bruise resistant. Crisp and juicy with white flesh. Superb eating and cooking qualities. Very vigorous and bears heavily annually and early. Self-fertile.

Honeycrisp Fruit is mottled red over yellow ground color with a very crisp flesh. Recommended pollinator is Yellow Delicious.

Yates Small fruit with dotted bright red skin. Firm and juicy with reddish tinged flesh. Has excellent spicy flavor. Vigorous & heavy bearer. Great pollinator. Ripens late. Prized for excellent cider and a favorite for wildlife.

Yellow Delicious Large tapered fruit with golden yellow skin. Crisp aromatic white flesh. Sweet flavor. Very vigorous tree bears at young age & heavily. Self-fertile. Excellent pollinator for other apples. Good disease resistance.

Asian Pears

5 gallon: $20

Shinko Fruit are medium in size, white flesh, greenish-brown color, crisp sweet flavor and ripens late. Trees have an upright growth habit. Disease resistant to fire blight.

20th Century Fruit are medium in size, greenish yellow color, crisp, excellent quality, very juicy, has a good flavor, ripen mid season. Trees are medium in size and drought resistant.


5 gallon: $20

Belle of Georgia Fruit are large in size, skin has a light color with a red cheek, excellent flavor, freestone, firm and ripens mid to late season.

Elberta Fruit are large in size, yellow with a red blush, yellow flesh, very juicy, freestone, good flavor and ripens late.

Red Haven Fruit are medium in size, bright red skin, yellow flesh, good flavor, freestone, and ripens early. Trees are vigorous growing, self fertile, very prolific.


5 gallon: $20 

Kieffer Fruit are large in size, golden yellow in color, white flesh, crunchy, sweet, ripens early to mid season. Trees are hardy, blight resistant and prolific. 

Moonglow Fruit are medium in size, yellow in color, white flesh, excellent flavor, soft, and ripens early. Trees have upright growth and are blight resistant.

Orient Fruit are large in size, yellow with reddish tint color, white flesh, ripens early to mid season. Trees are large & blight resistant. 

Pineapple Fruit are large in size, yellow with reddish tint color, white flesh, unique flavor, ripens early. Trees are medium in size, very prolific, and blight-resistant.

Shoal Creek Chaste Tree
3 gallon: $15

Shoal Creek Chaste Tree - An improved cultivar that blooms in dense terminal clusters of fragrant violet flowers over an extended season. It becomes a small tree over time with a wide open canopy and aromatic gray-green foliage. Thrives in heat.

Special Oak Trees
3 gallon: $15

Sawtooth oak tree (Quercus acutissima) has the clean, glossy appearance of the foliage. Its foliage is unblemished and glossy-green all summer long. In the fall, it turns yellow, finally aging to paper-bag brown color. Young trees of Sawtooth oak tend to hold much of their foliage through the winter, shedding it in the spring as new leaves emerge.

Nuttall Oak tree, Quercus nuttallii, was not distinguished as a species until 1927. It is also called red oak, Red River oak, and pin oak. Nuttall oak is an important species for wildlife management because of heavy annual mast production. Nuttall Oak trees are a good choice for low poorly drained locations. During winter, squirrels find a ready supply of acorns, since many acorns remain on the tree into January. Acorns are favored by deer and also eaten by turkeys.

Quercus shumardii, the Shumard oak, spotted oak, Schneck oak, Shumard red oak, or swamp red oak, is one of the largest of the oak species in the red oak group. Vibrant red-orange fall color, Excellent urban adaptability, Drought-tolerant, Acorns attract wildlife, 40' to 60' high with equal spread.