Much to our surprise we then found a selection of fruit trees at Costco, of all places--including varieties Matt had been researching. They were affordable, readily available, and most listed the root stock the tree had been grafted on. There were a few varieties for sale there which, upon further research, proved to only be hardy down to zone 5--not zone 4. But, we didn't buy any of those trees. It pays to do a little research and resist the lure of the impulse purchase!
bred by the University of Minnesota.
one just down the road in Park City. That sun-warmed, succulent, tender peach was the best one I ever tasted. Matt tried to sprout one from the pits of that Park City tree, but they each molded and ended in failure.