Apple Varieties

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Akane Semi Dwarf: Self-Pollinating; Early Bloom Period. Ripens late August to mid-September. Round, bright red fruit with firm, crisp, juicy, white flesh. Tart, sprightly flavor, resembling Jonathan. Outstanding red dessert apple; good for drying. Hangs well on tree. Better keeper than most summer varieties. Scab and mildew resistant.
Braeburn Semi Dwarf: Requires Pollinator; Mid Bloom Period. Ripens in late October. Medium to large fruit of very high quality. Orange-red blush over yellow background. Crisp, tangy flavor, making this a very desirable apple for eating fresh, desserts, and cooking. Stores well. Tree bears at an early age, but needs thinning to bear annually.
Empire Dwarf: Partially self-fertile, but a nearby pollination partner is beneficial. Early to mid bloomer. Ripen during September and October, and will keep until January. Red, juicy, firm, crunchy and sweet. Excellent for eating and salads, and good for sauce, baking, pies and freezing.
Golden Sentinal Colunade Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Mid-season bloom time. Ripens mid-September to early October. Enjoy the striking pillar of snow-white flowers on this unique variety. Following this spectacular spring flower display are good crops of large, attractive, golden yellow fruit. Sweet, firm, and delicious, Golden Sentinel™ is one of our favorites for fresh eating, cider, and baking. Disease-resistant.
Scarlet Sentinal Colunade Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Large, delicious, reddish-yellow fruit, sweet, juicy white flesh. Dense clusters of white flowers are followed by abundant, closely spaced fruit. Used mainly for sauces and pie. Very productive and scab-resistant and non-branching. Very Productive The most dwarfing of the Columnar varieties.
Gravenstein: Sterile, Requires Pollinator; Early Bloom Period. Ripens from early August to mid-September. Large, round to slightly flattened, orange-yellow fruit with red stripes. Thin skin. Crisp, juicy, fine grained, yellow-white flesh with a most appealing tart flavor. Makes wonderful pies, desserts, sauces, and cider. Whitney Crabapple makes an excellent pollinator.
Jonagold: Sterile, Requires Pollinator (DO NOT cross- pollinate with Golden Delicious); Mid Bloom Period. Ripens from mid-September to late October. Large fruit, striped red over bright yellow. Firm, snappy-crisp, juicy, slightly tart flesh. Superb, rich, full flavor. One of the finest for dessert and eating qualities; good cooking properties. Store in refrigeration for three months.
King: Requires pollinator and will not pollinate other apple trees. Do NOT use Gravenstein to pollinate a King. Late bloom period. Ripening: Early/Mid October. Very large red striped fruit. Firm, crisp, juicy and sweet. Good all-purpose apple and stores well. Scab susceptible.
Lodi: Requires pollinator. Early bloom period. extra early ripener; ripens in early July. Large, firm fruit. crisp, juicy, mildly sub acid sweet tart. For cooking pick when full size, for fresh eating pick when partly yellow. Resistant to scab, thin to prevent alternate bearing years.
Melrose Dwarf: Self-Pollinating; Mid Bloom Period. Ripens in mid-to-late October. A cross of Red Delicious and Jonathan. The creamy, green-tinged flesh is firm and crisp with an excellent flavor and high quality fruit for dessert and cooking. One of the best keepers of all time, whose flavor improves in storage, reaches peak quality after 2-3 months.
Melrose Semi-Dwarf: Self-Pollinating; Mid Bloom Period. Ripens in mid-to-late October. Large, flattened fruit. Yellow-green skin flushed and streaked dark red with russet spots. Firm, coarse, juicy, creamy white flesh. Slightly acid flavor. Very good cooking and dessert quality. Best for eating after Christmas when it develops its fruity aroma. Stores until April.
Motts Pink Semi-Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Mid bloom, ripens early/mid September. Medium size, yellow with pink blush, tangy flavor.
Mutsu Dwarf: Needs two pollination partners nearby which must both be of different varieties and able to cross-pollinate each other as well as the Mutsu. Also known by the name Crispin. Mid bloom period. Ripens in late September or early October. Resists russeting and is best eaten fresh from the tree. Keeps well in proper storage without shriveling. Cold hardy.
Northern Spy: Requires Pollinator; Late Bloom Period. Ripens mid October. Medium large to large fruit. Color is red and red striped over a yellow ground color. Flavor is sharp and high flavor. With excess nitrogen the apple loses flavor and does not color well.
Pink Lady© Dwarf: Requires a pollinator. Early to mid-bloom period an enormous quantity of blooms. Harvest begins late October. Skin reddish-pink over green when ripe. White flesh resists browning. A cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. Crisp and sweet-tart, the Pink Lady makes a tasty treat fresh off the tree or in salads. This delicious fruit will become your new favorite for baking apple pies.
Pink Lady© Semi-Dwarf: Requires a pollinator. Early to mid-bloom period an enormous quantity of blooms. Harvest begins late October. Skin reddish-pink over green when ripe. White flesh resists browning. A cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. Crisp and sweet-tart, the Pink Lady makes a tasty treat fresh off the tree or in salads. This delicious fruit will become your new favorite for baking apple pies.
Red Jonagold Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Tri-ploid variety and should always be planted with other mid-season blooming varieties for pollination. Ripens in mid September. Unique flavor makes the fruit luscious enough to serve by itself as dessert. This crisp super apple is a cross between the tart Jonathan and the sweet Golden Delicious. The result is a tasty treat for all. Tree is very vigorous, spreading and easy to train.
Red Macintosh Semi-Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Early bloomer. The large fruits have tart, spicy flavor. The Red Earlier ripening. Crisp, white, tender flesh that is oh so aromatic. Taste is simply delicious. Macintosh is a favorite for fresh eating and cooking. Fruits keep into January when refrigerated. Annually productive. Ripens late August to early September. Vigorous-growing, spreading tree.
Scarlet Sentinal Colunade Dwarf: Large, delicious, reddish-yellow fruit. Dense clusters of white flowers are followed by abundant, closely spaced fruit. Very productive and disease resistant and non-branching. The most dwarfing of the Columnar varieties.
Williams Pride Dwarf: Requires pollinator. Early blooming and blooms over a long span. Early maturing attractive, dark red apple with excellent tart fruit quality. For an out-of-hand apple this is the best for so early in the season. and produces annually. Immune to apple scab. Extremely resistant to cedar apple rust and fire blight. The tree is vigorous and upright.
Yellow Delicious Dwarf: Does not require pollinator. Mid bloom period. Ripens from September to October. It is a large all purpose apple that has beautiful golden skin with crisp, delicious flesh. One of the most widely planted varieties in the world, which speaks for its high quality. Golden Delicious is a good pollinator for most other apple varieties. Russet resistance, Spreading growth habit, very productive.
Yellow Transparent Semi-Dwarf: Self-Pollinating; Mid Bloom Period. Ripens early July to early August. Medium to large fruit with transparent pale yellow skin. Crisp, very sweet, juicy, white flesh is very light in texture. A good flavored fruit, it is excellent for cooking; some say it makes the best sauce. Wonderful for pies or for eating fresh. Where summers are hot, commonly picked while on the green side and used in the kitchen. Tree bears young and heavily. Scab resistant.
Zestar Semi-Dwarf: Ripens early and holds its quality. Crunch into Zestar! and savor the crispy texture and sweet-tart taste that hints of brown sugar. The 3 inch apples of creamy-yellow with a rose-red blush ripen in late August to early September. Quality holds up to 2 months in cold storage. Vigorous trees bear annually. A great apple for northern areas.
Esplaired Apple Trees Esplaired, 2 Tier, 4-Way: Espaliered trees are easily trained into fencing, borders and against walls. Varieties include Gravenstein, Jonagold and Liberty.

Did You Know?..

Did you know that a Crabapple tree will pollinate your regular apple tree? Did you know it takes around 50 healthy, green leaves for each apple to ripen on your tree?