Apple Trees - 5 Gallon Only
Unique flavor makes the fruit luscious enough to serve by itself as dessert. This crisp super apple is a cross between the tart Jonathan and the sweet Golden Delicious. The result is a tasty treat for all! Originates from Geneva, New York in 1953. Ripens in mid-September. Pollinator required: Choose another apple variety.
A modern apple in high demand. Outstanding fresh-eating qualities make this variety an American favorite. Fruit is aromatic and sweet as honey with an explosively juicy, crisp texture. Grow this naturally compact tree even in small spaces. Originates from Excelsior, Minnesota in 1974. Cold-hardy. Ripens in early September. Pollinator required: Choose another apple variety.
Perfect for pie! Compact-growing tree yields a bright red fruit with that classic Jonathan sweet-tart taste. Make flavorful pies, adds complexity to cider, and is a top choice for old-fashioned candied apples. Originates from Waverly, Missouri in 1963. Ripens in mid September. Self-pollinating.
McIntosh Apples are a large, bright red fruit with a sweet taste. The apples ripen in early fall and are perfect for eating fresh or for making cider to keep you warm through the coming winter. McIntosh Apple trees require 900 chill hours and are self-pollinators. They prefer full sun and moist, well-drained soil. At maturity, the McIntosh apple can reach a height and width of 15-20 feet.