Apple Trees

Harvest a bounty of crisp apples (Malus domestica) for cooking, baking, juicing and eating out of hand. You can even ferment your own apple cider and vinegar. Red Delicious: The most widely grown apple in America. A classic for snacking, with fine-grained, tender flesh. Yellow Delicious: A vigorous grower that fruits young and heavily, bearing apples with a firm, crisp, juicy flesh and a mild, sweet and distinctive flavor. Fuji: This mid-season tree yields medium-sized reddish-pink apples with a wonderful texture and sweet, light, flavor with just a hint of tartness. Gala: Fruits early in the season, bearing crisp apples with a crisp, dense flesh. Semisweet to slightly tart in flavor with floral notes. Granny Smith: The classic apple for baking, with crisp flesh and a moderately sweet flavor. A very heavy late-season producer. Honeycrisp: Featuring an exceptionally crisp texture and sweet-tart bite, this all-purpose apple is delicious eaten out of hand or used in any apple recipe. It keeps its flavor and texture well when stored. Zones 5-8. White blossoms with a tinge of pink blanket the apple trees in spring, followed by succulent fruit that ripens in autumn. Grows 15'-20' high, 10'-15' wide. Suitable for container or ground planting. Requires full sun. Fruits from mid-September to mid-October. Yields approx. 3 bushels of apples at maturity (3 to 4 years). Grown on a farm in Tennessee. Agricultural regulations prohibit shipment to AZ, CA, OR, WA, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
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