DMOR 83 Morus spp., “Easter Egg”.
The fruits are small, perhaps 5/8" long by 3/8" wide. The sweetest fruits with a pleasant taste I’ve ever eaten. Although in the catalog as Morus spp. it is believed to be Morus alba. Note that “alba” refers to the color of the blossoms. The cultivar name refers to fruits of many colors appearing on the tree simultaneously.
DPRU 2401 Prunus cerasifera, “Naidyonisch”.
This cultivar was acquired from Latvia which gives some testimony to its cold hardiness although it produces regularly at Wolfskill which I believe is zone 9. Note the species. The fruit is the size of a large cherry but the appearance of an apricot. The interior flesh is more like a sturdy plum. To my tastes the flavor is apricot x green gage plum but with apricot skin instead of the sour green gage skin.