Arkansas Black semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Early November.   An heirloom apple most often noted for its disease resistance, general hardiness and outstanding keeping abilities.   Very late to ripen, fruits are a gorgeous dark purplish-red and rock hard at picking.  Time in storage softens them a little and the flavor goes towards the sweet side.   Extremely good storage apple–we still have some that are soft but edible in our fridge in May!

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Liberty dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Dwarf on Bud 9, space 6′-10′ apart (stake), needs pollinator

Mid September.   Touted as the most disease-resistant of the PRI apples, this tree has performed remarkably well for us, producing flawless shiny fruit with minimum of care.   Seems to resist insect damage as well as fungal diseases.  We recommend Liberty the most of all our apples.   Fruit is deep purple-red on the sun side and bright green on the shade side, having a flavor like a more sprightly and crisp McIntosh.   Need to thin this variety heavily or fruit size can be small.   A decent keeper in storage.

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Liberty semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Mid September.   Touted as the most disease-resistant of the PRI apples, this tree has performed remarkably well for us, producing flawless shiny fruit with minimum of care.   Seems to resist insect damage as well as fungal diseases.  We recommend Liberty the most of all our apples.   Fruit is deep purple-red on the sun side and bright green on the shade side, having a flavor like a more sprightly and crisp McIntosh.   Need to thin this variety heavily or fruit size can be small.   A decent keeper in storage.

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Mollie’s Delicious Dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Dwarf on Bud 9, space 6′-10′ apart (stake), needs pollinator

Late August.   A more southerly adapted apple, doing best in zones 5-8.   Very large, crisp and sweet.   Pretty red blush and striping over a yellow background.   Known to have resistance to some diseases so has potential for organic growers. 

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Mollie’s Delicious semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Late August.   A more southerly adapted apple, doing best in zones 5-8.   Very large, crisp and sweet.   Pretty red blush and striping over a yellow background.   Known to have resistance to some diseases so has potential for organic growers. 

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Chestnut Crab semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Early Fall.   Edible crab apples are beautiful bloomers as well as disease-resistant fruit producers.  Chestnut Crab is famous for its incredibly sweet but complex 1-1/2” fruits that are red striped over yellow background.  Perfect size for children to munch down if there’s any left for them!   Good for a sweet, no-sugar added applesauce.   White blossoms.   Not the best keeper, about a month. 

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Geneva Crabapple semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Late Summer.  Great edible landscaping choice – beautiful red flowers and foliage, and 2″ round fruits are red all the way through the flesh.  Their intense color, sharp flavor and slight astringency makes them great for cider, jelly, and fancy preserves. Darren really likes them fresh too, especially paired with cheese.  Hardy variety zones 3-6

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Hudson’s Golden Gem semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Late October.   Hudson’s is a little more refined in surface appearance than other russet apples—yellow skin with light russeting.   It is noted to have some resistance to diseases, and all russets are slightly more insect resistant due to thicker skin and harder young fruitlets.   This apple is hard, dry and tart at ripening time but mellows out to a sweet pear-like flavor in storage.   Good keeper.  

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Mutsu (Crispin) semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Mid October.   Known for its refreshing crisp and juicy texture.  Yellow delicious-type flavor that has a hint of licorice in the background and much less mealy.   A greenish-yellow when ripe, fruit is large compared to most apples.   Supposedly susceptible to some diseases yet we are offering it because it has been a star performer for us even with neglect!  Actually beats out some of the apples with known disease resistance.   Decent keeper.   [NOTE:  Mutsu is a triploid variety; it does not provide viable pollen, and still needs a pollinator; plant with two other varieties to have fruit on all of them] 

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Redfree dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Dwarf on Bud 9, space 6′-10′ apart (stake), needs pollinator

Early August.   An outstanding disease resistant apple from the PRI breeding program.   Cherry red over most of the apples; a few may have hint of green on shade side.   More flavorful and crisp for fresh eating than most summer apples.   Also a good farmer’s market potential due to its earliness and bright cheery color!    Like most summer apples, not a good keeper—maybe 3 weeks with good cold storage.

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Redfree semi-dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Semi-Dwarf on M-111, Space 15′-20′ apart, Needs Pollinator

Early August.   An outstanding disease resistant apple from the PRI breeding program.   Cherry red over most of the apples; a few may have hint of green on shade side.   More flavorful and crisp for fresh eating than most summer apples.   Also a good farmer’s market potential due to its earliness and bright cheery color!    Like most summer apples, not a good keeper—maybe 3 weeks with good cold storage.

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.

Arkansas Black dwarf Apple

 -Full Sun–  Dwarf on Bud 9, space 6′-10′ apart (stake), needs pollinator

Early November.   An heirloom apple most often noted for its disease resistance, general hardiness and outstanding keeping abilities.   Very late to ripen, fruits are a gorgeous dark purplish-red and rock hard at picking.  Time in storage softens them a little and the flavor goes towards the sweet side.   Extremely good storage apple–we still have some that are soft but edible in our fridge in May!

Gallon* pots $24, 2-gallon* pots $36, 4-gallon* pots $48

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Availability of plants varies from day to day.  We rarely carry every size/price option listed at any one time.  Please call before you come to check availability.