OK, you asked for it
New Honey Jar from EL (Boysenberries and raspberries are near):
New Honey Jar #2 from EL (the one at the bottom of a hill I pictured earlier in this thread):
New Honey Jar from JFaE (this one gets a bit of shade in the late mornings- neighbors have a tree they don't want to get rid of...):
Sugar Cane from JFaE (note that a tomato plant has passed it...):
Sugar Cane from Trees of Antiquity (growing well- I'll be interested to see if this or the EL HJ do better. For now, I think the ToA SC is in the lead). I planted it in place of a Winecrisp apple which had runted out and not grown at all in the 6 years it spent there, so it is the only new tree in a row of established dwarf apples.
I know you asked for new trees, but these last few are newish... planted last spring.
The largest one from last Spring is a Li. The graft at the top (over 7' high) is Kuk Jae 1 Ho, a Korean variety.
Black Sea, from OGW last spring. They sent me very small trees, so they are still well behind the new ones in size. But I've heard such good things about Black Sea, that I'm hoping it puts on good growth. I've been helping it along with some extra hose water...
At the end of the row in the distance, you can see a So from JFaE from fall 2015. It was a very nice tree (larger than the ones this spring), but the cold at planting zapped it back to only a few inches tall. Now, it is about the same size as the Black Sea.
Coco, also from OGW last spring. This one is being passed by the weeds. After taking the pic, I pulled them, but you can tell how short it is when this happens in a few weeks...