Malus spp.
With their delicious and nutritious fruit and attractive form, easy-to-grow dwarf Apple trees are an important part of the home orchard or landscape. Even more compact, our Columnar varieties can fit into the smallest of spaces. Dwarf Apple trees can even be grown in pots on a patio or sunny balcony.Depending on variety, Apples are hardy from minus 30°F to minus 40°F. Two varieties are required for cross pollination and good crops.
Disease-Resistant Apples
These are the easiest to grow of all our Apples. Either immune or very resistant to Apple Scab and other diseases, they should produce abundant crops without spraying.
Malus domestica
Very disease-resistant and easy to grow, this new, patented variety from Purdue U. bears good crops of beautiful, deep red, juicy and flavorful fruit. Enterprise ripens in early October and can be stored for several months. Enterprise is good for fresh eating and makes delicious sauce, pies and crisps. 0137
Malus domestica
This patented selection from Purdue U. bears abundant crops of large, golden-yellow, sweet, crisp and flavorful fruit. Great for fresh eating and baking, GoldRush ripens in October, and can be stored until late spring. 0141
Malus domestica
Liberty bears large, attractive, bright red fruit with sweet, flavorful, crisp and juicy flesh. One of the best disease-resistant varieties, Liberty is great for eating fresh and baking. Liberty ripens in mid to late September and stores well until January. 0148
William’s Pride
Malus domestica
A new patented, early ripening selection from Purdue U.,, William’s Pride ripens in late July and bears good crops of large, dark reddish-purple, very juicy and flavorful fruit. 0170
Wynooche Early
Malus domestica
One of our most popular varieties, Wynooche Early features crisp, juicy and richly flavorful fruit which also stores well for an early Apple. Good for fresh eating or cooking, its thin skin almost disappears when it is baked. Wynooche Early is an excellent choice for gardeners in the Northwest and other regions and ripens in late July to early August. 0176
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