The Perfect Blend of Modern and Old Fashioned The Gala Apple Tree (Malus ‘Gala’) produces a delicious snacking apple that is quickly becoming a favorite in grocery stores. It’s an attractive flowering tree with irresistible fruit. You will be delighted when your Gala bursts to life in spring. The beautiful pink buds will open to reveal snowy white flowers, a sure sign that your tree is well on its way to producing fruit. Throughout the summer the Gala apples mature to a bright overall red color, with bold red stripes over a yellow-green background. The fruit is firm, juicy and sweet with a slight tart flavor. The Gala Apple Trees fruit young and ripen early. You can start harvesting your apples as early as August, and continue through the fall. Soon your tree should start producing bushels of apples, plenty to share with family and friends. Although the Gala apple is popular for their large, crisp fruit, they also resist bruising and can be stored up to six months. This means you could be eating fresh, home-grown apples as late as February and March. What a treat for you and your family. For larger harvests we recommend planting your Gala Apple Tree with a pollinator. Good choices for cross pollination would be our Braeburn, McIntosh and Pink Lady apple trees. The Gala Apple Tree is an easy to grow, adaptable tree that matures quickly. The apples are highly coveted for pies and sauces, and the tree itself would be an attractive addition to any yard. * Yellow Green Apple with Red Stripes* Extended Ripening* Stores Up To 6 Months Recommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Red Delicious.
Cold-Hardy, Early Apples Yellow Transparent Apple Tree is a deciduous, fruit-producing tree that was imported from Russia in 1870 and is widely grown in the northern states. Plant one in your backyard where it will be visible from a patio or window so you can enjoy watching your harvest grow. Your Yellow Transparent Apple Tree is a delight, with yellow-hued bark, and pink or white flowers appearing in early spring. It’s not long before the apples follow, their skin a clear yellow-green to yellow-white amid the lush, green foliage. The flesh of the Yellow Transparent Apple is tender white, with a juicy and mildly-acidic flavor that makes it a favorite for homemade applesauce and other culinary delights. Yellow Transparent will provide you with an early harvest, the apples ripening in early July, so it’s a great choice to plant amid other, late-maturity varieties. You can harvest the apples at their peek or pick some before maturity for better storage life. Yellow Transparent Apple Tree is a very upright, precocious and productive tree. Therefore, it’s also a heavy producer. It’s scab resistant as well, and considered relatively disease resistant. One of the Yellow Transparent’s prized features is that it’s very cold hardy (thus a favorite in northern climates). You can’t go wrong with a Yellow Transparent Apple Tree in your yard, especially if you live in a northern locale. It’s a lovely tree that will provide you with delicious fruit early in the season…and for years to come. * Excellent fruit * Spring display * Early ripening harvest * Cold hardy Recommended pollinators: Granny Smith, McIntosh, Pink Lady.
An Apple Big Enough to Make a Pie? The distinguishing feature of this superior apple is its size. Its 5-inch diameter, and weight of up to a pound, will create quite a sight on your tree–and be even more impressive on your plate. In fact, people often say that you can make a pie with just one apple! Wolf River is also a beautiful apple, with a stunning, magenta blush against its yellow/green background and creamy white flesh. It has a sweet/tart flavor and holds its shape well with cooking. Wolf River is beloved for its use as a cooking apple, so you can use it in a variety of culinary delights. Your Wolf River apple tree will reach heights of 12-15 feet. It’s a productive tree that will provide its luscious harvest in late September/early October. Wolf River has a spreading growth habit, but is considered quite sturdy as well as hardy and long-lived. If you enjoy apples, Wolf River is a great choice. Not only is it an excellent apple for eating and cooking, but it’s also a bit of a conversation piece. Friends and neighbors are sure to be impressed with the size of these apples, so they’re not only useful, but fun as well. * Large apples * Cold hardy * Disease resistant * Adaptable to a variety of soils.
A hugely popular, easy to grow apple tree. The Golden Delicious Apple tree (Malus ‘Golden Delicious’) is one of the worlds most widely planted apple trees which is one of the easiest and most dependable apple trees to grow. In the spring your Golden Delicious Apple tree will burst into bloom. Beautiful clusters of pink buds open to reveal snowy white flowers. From September to October your Golden Delicious apples will turn from a pale green to their familiar golden green color signaling that they are ripe. Allowed to ripen on the tree you will notice a vast difference in flavor when compared to the Golden Delicious apples purchased at the supermarket. Home grown Golden Delicious apples are exceptionally sweet and rich. Their thin skin and delicious crisp fruit makes the Golden Delicious a favorite for eating fresh off the tree and for baking. The Golden Delicious Apple tree is self fruiting, and does not need a pollinator. However, planting it with a pollinator will produce more fruit. Ideal pollinators are the Red delicious, Honeycrisp and Red Jonathan. It is also an excellent pollinator for most other apple trees that ripen from September to October. More warm hardy than most apple trees, the Golden delicious is easy to grow, produces large, high quality, all purpose apples with heavy annual crops making a great choice for you and your family. *Yellow Apple *Dependable Annual High Yield *Self Pollinating.
A Tart Favorite Among Apple-Lovers Granny Smith Apple tree is a fruit tree that produces high-quality, tart apples on a reliable tree. Plant one in a sunny location and watch your harvest grow! One of the best known apple varieties for both cooking and snacking, Granny Smith enjoys a long history of being an apple with exceptional qualities. Its lovely, green skin (occasionally with a subtle, pink blush), presents a vibrant sight amid the branches in October. The juicy, white flesh is likewise energizing, with a crisp, tart flavor that’s perfect for award-winning pies, culinary dishes…or just right off the tree. Granny Smith apple’s high acid content means that they won’t go brown as quickly once cut, so they’re especially valued for fruit trays and salads. Granny Smith apples are also chocked full of vitamins and antioxidants, but not calories, so they’re a great way to encourage good health. Your Granny Smith will reach up to 14 feet in height. It tends to be a strong-limbed tree, able to manage its harvest without the need for additional supports. It can be long-lived under optimal conditions and is quite heat tolerant. Even the apples are durable, lasting up to six months with refrigeration. If you love a tart apple, or just enjoy one with good storage and a variety of culinary uses, Granny Smith is the perfect apple for you. * Delicious tart apples * Long lived tree * Heat tolerant * Stores up to 6 months* Self-fertile Although self-fertile, you can also use Fuji, Ginger Gold & Honeycrisp apple trees as pollinators..
One of the Juciest Apples You’ll Ever Enjoy! The Winesap apple is an old apple variety whose history dates from the 1700s, but further developed in the 1800s’. It is still one of the leading strains being grown in the US. Also knowns a StaymanWinesap, these apples are good for eating, juice, and baking. It is considered on of the juciest apples and this all-purpose apple has good keeping qualities. The red blooms in early spring are stunning. The fruit is good sized. The flesh is very juicy and tart yellow and tinged with red and russet dots, sometimes red veins run through it. It is a firm, rather coarse, moderately crisp apple with a sprightly, medium acid, tart taste. It is disease resistant. Winesap apple pollination: Suggested pollinators are Red or Golden Delicious, Fuji and Gala. It can be kept in cold storage for up to 3 months. * Yellow Fruit with a Red Blush* Small, Tart, Crisp Taste* Red Blooms in Spring.
Very Juicy Apple – Great for Yards & Home Gardens The Wealthy Apple, Malus ‘Wealthy’, is a very juicy apple, with a tart and sweet strawberry-like flavor. It was one of the first high quality apple varieties grown commercially. It is now often grown by backyard orchardists. The Wealthy Apple is known for its intense pink & white spring time blooms. The long bloom period makes the Wealthy Apple tree a great pollinator of other apple trees. This is a multi-purpose apple, but it is especially good for cooking, such as pies, sauces and juices. Wealthy often bears fruit the first year and keeps well. Its fruit tends to drop at maturity. The apples mature earlier than other varieties, usually starting in September. It is very cold hardy & has a good resistance to apple scab, fire blight and apple cedar. People often rate the Wealthy Apple as their favorite. Plant them in your yard and you’ll soon discover why! * Very juicy* Heavy blooming* Great pollinator .
One of Our Most Popular Apples Red Jonathon Apple is a deciduous tree producing one of the most sought-after heritage apples. Plant several in a side yard for your own miniature orchard of healthy fruit. One of the great things about apple trees is that they’re not only easy to grow and produce delicious fruit, but they’re also quite decorative…and Red Jonathon is no exception. Nothing can quite compare with the sight of an apple tree in your own back yard, laden with round, red apples amid the vibrant green foliage. It’s a uniquely beautiful sight! Imagine picking an apple right from your own tree, still hot from the sun’s rays and exposed only to the fertilizers or sprays that you chose to provide it with. There’s simply not a healthier, fresher way to provide delicious fruit for your kitchen table. Your Red Jonathon Apple Tree produces medium-sized, bright red apples that are juicy and sweet with a slight zing to the flavor. They’re tasty right off the tree and great for pies, cider and other culinary delights. The apples even store well so you can easily enjoy these apples long after they’re picked. Red Jonathon apples rippen in mid season, generally ready for harvest August / September (depending on where you are located. Planting Red Jonathon with early or late ripening varieties can extend your harvest. The Red Jonathon Apple Tree is a vigorous tree and suitable for almost all of the climate zones in the United States. It’s self-fertilizing but would benefit from pollination (ie. Granny Smith, Golden Delicious or Red Delicious). An investment in a Red Jonathon Apple Tree today is a way to cultivate beauty, health and a delicious harvest for years to come. * Delicious, prolific harvest * Ornamental features * Long storage life Recommended pollinators: McIntosh, Yellow Transparent, Red Jonathon.
Outstanding Color and Flavor Arkansas Black Apple Tree is a late-maturing apple tree. One would be an outstanding addition to your yard in any sunny location where you can view it from one of your home’s windows…as you won’t want to miss a moment of your tempting harvest’s development. Your Arkansas Black Apple tree is not only a lovely and hardy tree, but it also produces a substantial harvest of succulent, sweet apples. The decorative effect of the dark red apples against the vibrant green of the foliage is not to be missed! Each round, medium-sized apple is such a deep red as to appear almost black, especially when stored. The firm skin shines purple-red in the sunlight and tends to persist on the tree into the fall, making it a favorite of wildlife. As an eating apple, few can compare to the Arkansas Black. Exquisite directly from the tree, or used in a variety of dishes, the crisp, white/yellow flesh is superb. With a sweet/tart flavor in a firm yet juicy texture, your Arkansas Black Apple is a treat for the senses. Especially prized for its aromatic nature, it also lends itself well to ciders and applesauce. Arkansas Black has an excellent storage life, affording you many months of enjoyment. A semi-dwarf tree, your Arkansas Black will grow to about 20 feet in height. It’s quite hardy and vigorous, with particular resistance to Cedar Apple Rust. It has very good heat and humidity tolerance and is even somewhat drought tolerant once established. Arkansas Black is adaptable to a variety of soil types and has very good overall disease resistance. Although self-fertile, the Arkansas Black does best with a pollinator in order to bear fruit. Golden Delicious Apple, Granny Smith Apple would be good choices as companion trees. Whether planting just one or an entire orchard, you’re sure to enjoy the Arkansas Black Apple. * High quality eating and cooking apple * Good storage * Decorative fruit * Spicy Flavor with High Acid Recommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp.
Considered One of the Finest Dessert Apples! Apple – Cox Orange Pippin, Malus domestica ‘Cox Orange Pippin’, is the classic English apple, often regarded as the finest of all dessert apples, and it remains unsurpassed for its richness and complexity of flavor. Cox Orange Pippin has a striking and attractive orange-red coloring and is definitely a superb looking and extremely tasty apple. Its medium-sized fruit has yellow skin blushed with orange-red and striped with crimson brown. The Cox Orange Pippin apple is grown for cider, cooking, and eating. The fine-textured, creamy white flesh ripens mid-fall to early winter and will not tolerate extreme cold, heat or low humidity. This upright, spreading tree is covered in pure white, cup-shaped flowers in mid and late spring, followed by first class, juicy dessert apples for harvesting in early to mid-October. * Medium Yellow Fruit With Orange Red Blush* Excellent Dessert Apple* Rich Flavor Recommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp.
Ornamental Tree with Delicious Fruit The Red Delicious Apple tree is a deciduous, ornamental tree that produces superior fruit. You can grow one as an accent or shade tree for the front yard, or plant several on a side yard for a private orchard. The Red Delicious apple is the most widely grown variety in the world. It’s a popular apple with a variety of uses. Red Delicious was the single largest variety produced in Washington State in 2005. Red Delicious has deep red skin and conical shape encasing flesh that is white and crisp, with a sweet flavor. Your Red Delicious can grow to 12 feet tall with an equal spread, resulting in relatively rounded crown and pleasing landscape appearance which can last up to 50 years. In the spring, clusters of small white flowers with subtle pink hues will adorn its branches with their fragrant elegance. In the summer, dark green leaves adorn a rounded shape which turns a brilliant yellow in autumn, sprinkled with deep red fruit. It is truely a tree for all seasons. The Red Delicious apple is a lovely ornamental tree that will provide you with a crop of delicious and nutritious fruit each fall. Our apple trees are always in high demand. Quantities are limited and many will sell out soon. Order now to avoid disappointment! * Deep Red Fruit * Sweet, Crisp, White Flesh* Color Throughout the Year * Recommended pollinators: Braeburn, Fuji, Gala & Honeycrisp .
Ornamental Tree with Delicious Fruit The Braeburn Apple Tree is an ornamental tree that produces delicious fruit. Plant one for its decorative features in the front yard or several in a back or side yard to ensure a larger harvest. Braeburn apples are crisp and juicy. You’ll enjoy their sweet flavor combined with a tart edginess that really brings out the one-of-a-kind tang that Braeburn exudes. They are medium to large, round apples that are yellow-green with red striping. They keep their quality for months in cold storage, so you can easily manage your harvest for future use. Your Braeburn Apple tree can grow up to 15 feet tall with an equal spread. Its ornamental features are only second to the outstanding fruit production. White flowers appear in spring, followed by large apples mid-October. The production of both the fruit and flowers is prolific, providing an abundance of both bounty and beauty. The flowers will attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. We take pride in delivering the highest quality plants with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. Our fruit trees are always in high demand. Quantities are limited. Order now to avoid disappointment. * Delicious Yellow Green Striped Fruit * Ripens in Mid October * Stores Well for Months Recommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp & McIntosh.
Distinctive Tart Flavor The Gravenstein originated in Denmark where it was used for brandy production, apple cider, apple sauce, and as a cooking apple. Firm, snappy, light green with red stripes and a wonderful distinctive flavor. Gravenstein Apple (Red Gravenstein) is an improved strain of the old favorite cooking apple with darker red stripes. It has an excellent tart flavor and famous for sauces, baking and fresh use. Pick the apples frequently because of uneven ripening. This can be somewhat controlled by heavy pruning. The Red Gravenstein is a hardy variety and can withstand difficult conditions. * Light Green with Red Striped Fruit* Distinctive Flavor* Prolonged Picking Season Recommended pollinators: McIntosh, Yellow Transparent, Red Jonathon.
Hardy Tree with Early Apple Harvest McIntosh Apple is not only a lovely tree, but provides delicious apples early in the season. One would look enticing anywhere in your landscape where you’re able to watch the daily developing of your bright red apple harvest. Your McIntosh Apple Tree is best known for its sumptuous fruit. Its brilliant scarlet skin, thin and smooth to the touch, creates the perfect, crisp crunch when bitten into. The pink-streaked, white flesh is both juicy and tart, prized for a variety of culinary uses. As if the exceptional harvest weren’t enough, your McIntosh Apple Tree is also sure to be a decorative addition to your yard. No landscape is complete without a spring infusion of delicate apple blossoms in mid-April. The scent and sight of the dainty flowers is sure to create a strong lure to pollinators, who will flock to your yard to enjoy the display. As the apples begin to develop, you’ll enjoy watching as your fruit transitions into red, decorative balls amid the vibrant green leaves. The McIntosh apple tree is a heavy producer of small to medium sized apples that ripen early,. In fact, your apples will be ready for harvest in mid-September and persist into early winter. The tree is cold hardy and party self-fruitful. If a pollinator is desired however, Red Delicious, Gala or any other apple tree will do well. It’s quite simply a hardy tree that will require little care from you, but provide an early harvest of wonderful fruit every year. McIntosh apple trees were discovered growing wild in Canada in 1976. It is the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and New England, and is sure to be one of your favorites as well. * Outstanding, early fruit * Heavy producing * Hardy tree.
Early-Ripening Apple Ginger 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*Hardy Recommended pollinators: Fuji, Granny Smith, Honeycrisp, Red Delicious.