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Apple

With their delicious and nutritious fruit and attractive form, easy-to-grow Apple trees will be an important part of your orchard or landscape. Use our Columnar Varieties and our dwarf rootstocks to fit Apples into the smallest of spaces. Our Apple trees can even be grown in pots on a patio or sunny balcony.
Kids love Apples! Planting an easy-to-grow small tree will give them the opportunity to help grow and enjoy this classic fruit.
See Warren Manhart’s book on apples and Annie Proulx’s and Lew Nichols’ book on cider in our book section.

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5-Way Apple Combo

4-Way Apple Combo

Great varieties for our Northwest growing conditions, this unique tree features 3 of the following disease-resistant varieties: Liberty, Wynooche Early, Spartan, or Chehalis grafted onto Honeycrisp. With these varieties, you can harvest delicious fruit from July to October.
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$ 39.95
Akane M-26

Akane M-26

This unique, early-ripening, Japanese variety is prized for its striking, bright red, crisp, juicy and flavorful fruit. One of the best disease-resistant varieties, Akane is great for fresh eating and can be stored for several months.
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$ 24.95
Amere de Berthcourt M-26

Amere de Berthcourt M-26

A popular variety in French cider orchards, Amere de Berthcourt's bittersweet juice is used for making alcoholic cider or adding body to sweet cider. Easy to grow and productive, Amere de Berthcourt bears good crops of greenish-yellow fruit with a pink blush.
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$ 24.95
Arkansas Black M-26

Arkansas Black M-26

One of the most striking and beautiful apples, Arkansas Black fruit ranges in color from dark purple to almost black when ripe. This delicious and aromatic fruit is prized for fresh eating, cider and baking and keeps its quality for several months in storage.
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$ 24.95
Arkansas Black M-7

Arkansas Black M-7

One of the most striking and beautiful apples, Arkansas Black fruit ranges in color from dark purple to almost black when ripe. This delicious and aromatic fruit is prized for fresh eating, cider and baking and keeps its quality for several months in storage.
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$ 24.95
Callaway Crab M-7

Callaway Crab M-7

Enjoy this strikingly beautiful, naturally dwarf variety in your yard or landscape. Cascades of snow-white blossoms in the spring are followed by an abundant harvest of teardrop-shaped, sparkling red, sweet-tart apples, great for eating, pickling, and jelly. Callaway is very productive and disease resistant and should grow to only about 6 ft. in height.
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$ 24.95
Chehalis M-26

Chehalis M-26

Very flavorful and great for fresh eating, this unique Northwest variety produces huge, beautiful, yellow fruit with crisp, sweet and juicy flesh. One of the best disease-resistant varieties, Chehalis ripens in mid to late September.
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$ 24.95
Chehalis M-7

Chehalis M-7

Very flavorful and great for fresh eating, this unique Northwest variety produces huge, beautiful, yellow fruit with crisp, sweet and juicy flesh. One of the best disease-resistant varieties, Chehalis ripens in mid to late September.
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$ 24.95
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