NEW! Malus pumila A classic and American tradition in fruit trees. Apples are a delicious, undemanding, and rewarding addition to the edible landscape.
Golden Sentinel Provides an especially breathtaking display of snow-white flowers in spring. A tower of sweet, firm golden fruit follows the blooms. The versatile apples are wonderful baked, pressed into cider, or enjoyed fresh off the tree. They can be kept well into January.
NorthPole SentinelIf you're looking for an early-ripening columnar apple, look no further. Northpole™ is the earliest we've seen and produces exceptionally heavy harvests of apples. These large, bright red McIntosh-type fruit are succulent, tasty, crisp, and aromatic. Great for enjoying fresh or making cider. Picture-perfect addition to your yard and garden whether in bloom or laden with fruit.
Scarlet Sentinel Produces densely packed, large apples. The red-blushed fruit has pristine white flesh that's superbly crisp, juicy, and sweet. These fruit store through February.
One year old bare root apple plants are shipped in late-March/early-April. Plants are approximately 1-2 feet tall. Order early for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order.
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One year old bareroot apple plants are shipped in late-March/early-April. Order early for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order. Not available to HI, US Territories, or Canada."