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.
Red Flesh Apples
Attractive trees in any yard or landscape, these unique varieties bear abundant crops of tasty fruit with unusual and striking red flesh. Good for fresh eating, they are also a tasty and attractive addition to salads and make delicious, pink applesauce. These red-fleshed varieties are also prized for their beautiful pink flowers.
A real blast, this unusual variety features bright red fruit and striking, deep red flesh. Firecracker™ is often considered a crabapple and is great for salads, desserts and juice. A naturally dwarf tree, Firecracker™ produces abundant crops and is hardy to minus 40°F.
Mountain Rose displays profuse pink blooms in the spring followed by large, greenish yellow, sweet-tart apples with crisp, dark red flesh. Mountain Rose ripens in early October and can be stored until spring.