The Hauer Pippin Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Hauer Pippin’ is a small to medium apple and remarkable for its rich, deep red skin speckled with distinctive russet dots. Inside, they have crisp, juicy, firm flesh. The flesh has a complex flavor with some tartness and caramel hints. The apples can be left on the tree till December in California, and because of its colorful appearance and late season, it has been dubbed “the Christmas apple” by some retailers. Use it for fresh eating, dessert, cooking (puree, applesauce, apple butter), baking, juice, or hard cider. It stores very well because it is harvested so late, is very crisp and dense, and has a thick skin..
Early-Ripening AppleGinger Gold Apple is an early-mid season ripening apple with exemplary qualities. Plant one in an open area away from buildings, but where you can enjoy watching its progress toward each year’s delicious harvest.The most popular feature of your Ginger Gold Apple tree is of course the fruit it produces. In fact, Ginger Gold has become one of the most popular varieties of apple in recent years. Renown for its early-harvest and high quality, Ginger Gold Apple is stand-out among the apple varieties available today.Your Ginger Gold Apple is a lovely apple tree, beginning each spring with delicate white-pink blossoms. When your Ginger Gold truly shines however, is in early-mid August. The large, conical apples start out a pale green, but by mid-late August will mature to a lovely yellow-green, filling your tree’s branches with golden-hued fruit. The smooth, firm skin of your Ginger Gold will catch the afternoon light and draw you in for a taste of that sweet, creamy flesh. Its crisp texture makes this apple a delight to bite into, the taste enhanced by the mildly-tart essence that follows closely upon the initial sweet gush of flavor.Your Ginger Gold Apple is delicious fresh, but also valued as a multi-purpose, cooking apple because it holds its shape well when cooked. It also doesn’t discolor as other apples do when cut, so it will be terrific for all your fruit salads and other dishes that use fresh apples. As a raw apple, it also keeps longer than other early-season apples.Ginger Gold Apple trees are semi-dwarf and can grow up to 15 feet in height. They are heat tolerant and relatively hardy. You’ll need a pollinator within 50 feet of your Ginger Gold, but it doesn’t require much else from you. For a beautiful tree with delicious fruit, you can’t do much better than a Ginger Gold Apple!*Early-ripening*Excellent eating and cooking apple*HardyRecommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Red Delicious.
You Get 2 Urban Apple Trees as a Combo!A delicious new combination, the Tasty Red and Blushing Delight apple trees are varieties developed for tight spaces but maintaining a superb quality of harvest. Imagine an apple tree that grows 10 feet tall but only 2 feet in diameter! This Nature Hills exclusive features not one, but two of these unique, columnar apple trees. Developed with the urban-dweller in mind, Tasty Red and Blushing Delight are a delicious combination, sure to fascinate your neighbors and delight you with both their size and sumptuous harvest.Spring brings a breathtaking display of delicate, pink-tinted, white apple blossoms. The tiny blooms transition into developing fruit. You’ll be amazed as you watch them grow on the narrow tree into large, juicy apples!Tasty Red and Blushing Delight are sold together to ensure optimal cross-pollination and each has stellar qualities. Tasty Red, just as the name implies, is a gorgeous, bright red apple. It’s a perfect complement to the rose-blushed, leafy-green hue of the Blushing Delight apple. Both apples are sweet, juicy and so delicious when picked right off your own tree.Tasty Red and Blushing Delight are hardy, disease-resistant and have a vigorous growth rate.Whether you have an apartment balcony, small patio or just a shortage of planting space, you can still have your very own apple trees and enjoy a sumptuous harvest. Quantities are limited, buy yours today! * Columnar manner with 2-foot diameter * Outstanding fruit * Great in containers * 2 trees with each order for cross-pollination.
Apple – Yellow Newton Pippin, Malus domestica ‘Yellow Newton Pippin’, is also known as Albermarle Pippin, was one of Thomas Jeffersons’ and George Washingtons’ favorite. It was introduces to American from England in the mid 1750. It was grown in the US and shipped to London because it can not be grown in England due to the cool summers.It is more flavorful and holds its shape better than any other pie apple. Green with yellow and brown highlights, this aromatic, snappy, tart treat is an excellent eating, cooking, baking, and storage apple. It needs a hot summer and long autumn to ripen.It ripens later in the season and can be picked in late October. The tree is a late blooming vigorously grower that and tends to produce prolifically one year and lightly the next on mature trees.It is best to thin fruit to maximize quality and size. Yellow Newton stores well and is self fertile. For peak flavor and acid/sugar balance, wait until harvest when cheeks are yellowish-green.*Yellow-Green Fruit with Dark Highlights*Late Maturity*Vigorous Growth.
The Pink Sparkle Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Pink sparkle’, exhibits a distinctive upside down shape. It has a broad base and narrows at the stem. The Pink Sparkle has a red striped skin when ripe. The flesh is a very attractive pink color, which varies in different climates. The fruit is tart with a touch of sweetness. The flesh of this apple has a distinctive aromatic flavor. The mature fruit is medium in size. The Pink Sparkle is used for fresh eating, as dessert apple, or in cooking. It makes a great puree, applesauce and apple butter. It will ripen late..
The Liberty Apple, Malus ‘Liberty’, was developed by the New York State Agricultural Station in 1955 for resistance to apple scab. It is a medium sized apple with a deep dark red stripes over a yellow base. It also has numerous small sunken dots over the surface of the skin.It is oblate to oblate conic, and the size averages 2 3/4 to 3 inches, although it may be smaller on heavily cropping trees.The flesh is yellowish in color, and the apple is juicy, crisp, and fine. It is primarily a dessert apple. The flavor is subacid and good. It makes an excellent applesauce if the skin is left on. Plant about a month after the first killing frost in the fall or about a month before the last killing frost in the spring. Select a planting site that has good air, drainage, full sunlight and deep, well drained soil.*Medium Yellow Apple With Dark Red Coloration*Excellent Fresh Apple*Resistant to Apple Scab & Cedar Apple Rust.
The Mollies Delicious apple is a large to very large conical shaped fruit with yellow flesh and up to 50% red blushing skin and is rated one of the best delicious type apples on the market.Mollies Delicious fruit is sweet, flavorful and very aromatic and the firm flesh has a very memorable sweet-tart taste. They are good for fresh eating, pies, salads, chutney, jellies, jams, and sauces.Mollies Delicious is an early blooming variety. It will pollinate all other early blooming varieties and those with mid-season bloom time.This apple matures in mid-season and is very productive, vigorous tree which is a great pollinator. Suggested pollinators for Mollies Delicious are Fuji, Granny Smith and Beverly Hills.They can be refrigerated for up to 10 weeksThis apple is highly recommended for southern locations, even as far south as the Houston, Texas area.*Large Conical Yellow Fruit with Red Blush*Great Pollinator*Long Storage .
Firm, juicy, sharply acid flesh, and late to mature. Bramley’s Seedling Apple is a traditional cooking apple of the British Isles. The fruit is large, flat, greenish yellow with broad broken brown and red stripes. Bramley’s Seedling cooks to perfection with rich juice and no hard pieces. These qualities make it a good apple for making cider, and it is extremely high in Vitamin C content. The tree is large, a vigorous grower, and has a spreading habit. It blooms late, will survive during a frost period, and is a heavy, regular bearer. It requires a pollinator and ripens early October to early November depending on location. *Striped Flat Large Fruit*Vigorous Growth*Excellent Cooking Apple.
The Hudson’s Golden Gem Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Hudson’s Golden Gem’, is one of the largest and best flavored russet apples. A world-class dessert apple, it was discovered as a wild seedling growing along a fence row at the Hudson Nursery in Tangent, Oregon, in 1931. The apples are crisp and sugary with flavor described as nutty by some, pear like by others; resembles the Bosc pear in flavor. The Hudson’s Golden Gem is conical in shape with a very distinctive appearance. The fruit is smooth and uniform with a light yellowish-brown russet over the entire surface. In climates where it is grown, the fruit hangs on the tree into winter, and is a good keeper. Ripening in October, this variety of fresh apple is medium sized, coming from a tree that is vigorous and winter hardy, as well as resistant to scab, mildew and fireblight..
Considered Thomas Jefferson’s Favorite – Rated Best FlavorFirm, crisp, fine grained, with a rich, aromatic, renowned flavor. The Spitzenburg Apple (Esopus) was one of the favorites of Thomas Jefferson. It is thought of as a dessert apple for connoisseurs.It is a superb eating apple with a medium to large, with round-conical, orangish fruit with tough skin. The flesh is tinged yellow, firm, aromatic, and complex in flavor; a perfect balance between sharp and sweet. It can also be used for cooking and cider. Its’ flavor improves with storage.The willowy branches grow unevenly, prolifically producing fruit. It is long lived tree. A pollinator is required by mid-season blooming apples, but not by Gravenstein, and it is hardy in Zones 4-8.Uses: as fresh eating or as a dessert, puree, applesauce, apple butter, baking, and cider.* Rated Best Flavor* Mid Season * Flavor Improves with Storage.
The Niedwetzkyana Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Niedwetzkyana’, is a large bright red apple with brilliant red flesh. The flavor is balanced between sweet and tart, and it gets sweeter if left on the tree longer. Maturing on a vigorous growing tree and having an excellent storage life, these apples ripen at the end of September in most locations. The Niedwetzkyana apple makes a great apple pie and it resembles the pies made from cherries. It is also good for fresh eating, desserts, cooking (puree, applesauce, apple butter), baking, juice, and hard cider. This tree will present the most striking fall colors!.
The Haralson Apple, Malus ‘Haralson’, is a hardy substitute for Golden Delicious developed especially for cold northern areas. It has the Golden Delicious flavor, but the Haralson hardiness. It has medium to large golden to greenish round-conic shape fruit with a very smooth finish and reddish bronze blush. When mature, it has a red color and large, moderately conspicuous dots. Haralson apples are crisp and juicy, having a tart flavor. The skin is medium-tough, and the stem is medium.They are good for eating, cooking, and are an excellent choice for pies. Its flavor is sweeter and more bland than Golden Delicious. High quality and superior storage qualities since it can be stored into March. It often bears fruit the first year after planting. Plant about a month after the first killing frost in the fall or about a month before the last killing frost in the spring. Select a planting site that has good air, drainage, full sunlight and deep, well drained soil.*Medium Large Red Apple*Cold Hardy*Stores for Many Months.
The Ribston Pippin Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Ribston Pippin’, possesses a flavor that is at its best a month or so after picking, and it can also be used for culinary purposes and for its sweet, sharp juice. The size of the fruit is medium to large with unequally large ribs, giving the apple an irregular shape. The skin is greenish-yellow, flushed with brownish-orange and numerous red stripes. The flesh is pale yellow, rich, firm, and juicy. Ribston Pippin ripens September to October and stores until February. Use for fresh eating, dessert, cooking (puree, applesauce, apple butter), juice or hard cider. In 1962, it received the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. It is a vigorous tree with upright growth, its medium-sized ovate to oval shaped leaves are a deep green color and distinctly folded with sharp, regular and shallow serrations. It is very slow to begin bearing, and the proper pollinators will increase the fruitfulness. Ribston Pippin is the most famous variety from the Yorkshire region of the UK. A very high quality English dessert apple, and it is believed to have originated from seeds brought into England from Rouen, France in 1688. It’s a strong-tasting ‘aromatic’ traditional apple, and was very popular in Victorian times..
The Victoria Limbertwig Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Victoria Limbertwig’, has purple skin with white dots and crisp yellow flesh. This apple is very juicy, rich in flavor, and of excellent quality. Also known as Sweet Limbertwig, this apple ripens very late, usually in October in most locations and considered one of the best Limbertwigs; a very good keeper. Victoria Limbertwig is one of the most flavorful of the many Limbertwig varieties and one of the most beautiful. The tree is quite lovely with a true weeping growth habit; has drooping branches typical of Limbertwig apple trees. It is a category of apple that can be more characterized by the distinctive flavor than the form of the tree, or shape or color of the fruit. Being a great dessert apple, use it for fresh eating,, cooking (puree, applesauce, apple butter), baking, juice or hard cider.
The Grimes Golden Organic Heirloom Apple, Malus domestica ‘Grimes Golden’, is considered one of the finest American apples ever. Grimes Golden originated in 1790 in Brooks Co., West Virginia where today a granite monument still stands in recognition of this outstanding apple! Grimes Golden is one of the parents of the widely popular Golden Delicious. The main characteristics of this apple are the clean dry finish, very slight russeting tendency, somewhat prominent attractive speckles on the skin and the slightly tall shape with a hint of ribs. The long stalk, which often remains attached to the fruit after picking, is generally a reliable indicator of a Golden Delicious. The fruit is medium to large, roundish to slightly oblong with tough yellow skin with occasional patches of russet. This aromatic apple is highly flavored with tender, crisp, juicy yellowish-orange flesh. Grimes Golden ripens September to October and is a good keeper..