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About Our Apple Trees

A note from Lisa…folks, remember that there are over 7500 varieties of apple trees in the world! Your standard store varieties are nice, but let me encourage you to help keep important genetic diversity alive and consider other varieties that may also suit your needs!

Apple Tree Sizes: There is variability in the tree sizes, but they are generally a ¾” caliper minimum with light to moderate branching (feathering). Height is usually at least 5′, but often over 7′.

Apple Tree Pricing

The apple trees are $33 for bare root and $46 potted. Please note that apple trees require another variety for a pollinator. The trees listed here will work for each other unless noted.

Apple Tree Sizes

Apple Tree Rootstocks
Dwarf: B9, G11, G41 – 8-12′ maturity, typically produces in 1-2 years.
Semi-Dwarf: – 12-18′ maturity typically produces in 2-4 years
Standard: – 30′ maturity typically produces in 6-9 years.
Bareroot or potted: Trees are dug in the fall and stored in cold storage for the winter. They are either sold bareroot in a dormant state or they are potted. I HIGHLY recommend planting bareroot whenever possible!!

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Connell Red (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid-October

Uses: Fresh Eating, Sauces (chunky)

University of MN introduction in 1943. McIntosh x Longfield cross. A red blush mutation of the Fireside. Eating or cooking apple with distinctive, mild taste that can keep well into April or May. Hardy, heavy bearer. Large fruit size. Not a suitable pollinator for Fireside.

Cortland (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late September

Uses: Fresh Eating, Sauces, Baking, Cider

Ben Davis x McIntosh cross. Medium to large, bright red fruit with a unique sweet-tart flavor. Excellent eating or cooking apple. Holds its form in pies. One of Lisa’s favorite pie apples!

Dandee Red (Sold Out)

Sizes: Dwarf B9

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Early to Mid-August

Uses: Fresh Eating, Sauces, Pies, Cooking

A great new early apple. This is a limb mutation of Paula Red with the same excellent sweet tart balance but much crispier, better storage and better scab tolerance. A great variety that Lisa is working on establishing @ Grandview.

Empire (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Ripens: Early October

Great tree for the home orchard. Robust sweet-tart flavor with a crunch. A McIntosh cross with a crispier texture and better disease resistance. Typically a medium to large size apple that has excellent all-purpose use. Good fire-blight and cedar apple rust resistance. Fruit tends to hang on the tree very well at ripening instead of dropping. Excellent storage apple. This apple does very well at Grandview.

Enterprise (Dwarf Only)

Sizes: Dwarf B9, Semi Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zones: 4-7

Ripens: Mid-October

Uses: Fresh Eating, Cooking, Baking

Extremely disease resistant apple that keeps for 5-6 months in cold storage. Firm, crisp flesh with a mild amount of tartness. Lisa is looking forward to establishing this variety at Grandview.

Fireside (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid-October

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces

McIntosh x Longfield cross introduced by the U of MN in 1943. Large, red-striped fruit with a sweet flavor. Excellent storage life and resistant to cedar apple rust. Very popular MN apple. Not a suitable pollinator for Connell Red.

Freedom (Dwarf Only)

Sizes: Dwarf B9, Dwarf G11, Semi – dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, cider

A 1985 introduction that Lisa is excited to try at Grandview. Large, red crispy fruit with a slight tart flavor. Good storage apple. Vigorous and productive tree that was developed for disease resistance. Immune to apple scab and excellent resistance to mildew, cedar-apple rust and fireblight. This is a cross between the tasty Macoun and the Antonovka.

Frostbite (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 3-7

Ripens: Early October

Uses:

This is a very popular tree for food plots. A 1936 Minnesota apple that is just being introduced. Zone 3 apple that is crisp, juicy with a very sweet, intense taste! Great fresh eating, cider or cooking.

Haralred (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 3-7

Ripens: Late Sept./Early Oct.

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

Introduced by Bailey Nurseries, this is a red selection of the Haralson. Redder and earlier than the standard Haralson. Juicy, tart, firm, good keeper, extremely hardy and fireblight resistant. Unsuitable pollinator for Haralson.

Honeycrisp (Sold Out)

Sizes: Dwarf B9, Semi-dwarf M7, Standard

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

U of MN 1991 introduction. Sweet, exceptionally crisp and juicy. Outstanding storage life, up to seven months.

Honeygold (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Early/Mid-Oct

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

Golden Delicious x Haralson cross introduced by the U of MN in 1969. Medium to large yellow apple. Crisp, juicy and sweet. Good storage life.

KinderKrisp (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late August

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

KinderKrisp has exceptional flavor and crisp texture like its parent Honeycrisp, but this early ripening variety features a smaller fruit.

Liberty (Sold Out)

Sizes: Dwarf B9, Semi-dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

Macoun x Perdue 54-12 cross introduced in New York in 1964. A productive variety that is very disease resistant. Crisp and juicy with a sprightly flavor. Keeps well into February.

Macoun (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid-October

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces

McIntosh x Jersey Black cross introduced in New York in 1923. Aromatic, dessert-type apple. Medium-sized with crisp texture and well-balanced flavor.

McIntosh (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

Fameuse x Detroit Red cross introduced in Ontario, Canada in 1870. Well-known, older apple with a sprightly flavor. Popular baking apple. Medium storage life.

Redfree (Sold Out)
Sizes: Dwarf B9

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-8

Ripens: Mid-late August

Uses: Fresh eating, cooking

Great early apple with resistance to scab, cedar apple rust and fireblight. Popular with home growers and organic orchards. Sweet fresh eating apple, very suitable for sauces/cooking.

Red Prairie Spy (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late Sept/Early Oct.

Uses: Cooking, Baking, Cider

Red selection of the Prairie Spy. Adheres well to the tree at maturity. Delicious baking apple. Very productive and an outstanding storage apple.

SnowSweet (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid/Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

Sharon x Connell Red cross from the U of MN. Delicious sweet, slightly tart taste. Above average resistance to scab and fire blight.

Spartan (Sold Out)

Sizes: Dwarf G41

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4

Ripens: Early October

Uses:

Simply a superb fresh eating apple also good for cider, cooking and baking. Vinous, berry-like flavor. Dark red, medium-sized crunchy fruit. Moderate disease resistance. This is a 1926 introduction that lost popularity as a commercial apple with the development of apples that store and ship well. However, the Spartan actually stores very well and the flavor of this apple is far more valuable in Lisa’s opinion! This is only available on a full dwarfing rootstock this year and will require staking.

State Fair (Sold Out)

Sizes: : Semi-Dwarf M7, Standard Antonovka

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 3-6

Ripens: Late August

Uses:

Very hardy northern apple introduced in 1978. Flavor is sprightly tart with some sweetness and it is a great all-purpose apple. Medium-sized red striped fruit.

Sweet Sixteen (Potted Only)

Sizes: Dwarf B9, Semi dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid/Late September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking

MN447 x Northern Spy cross introduced by the U of MN in 1978. Unusual “cherry candy” taste. Medium-sized red striped apple with a crisp, juicy texture. Success in Zone 3B.

Wealthy (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Mid-September

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking

Cherry Crab x Sops of Wine cross introduced in MN in 1860. This was the first commercial variety of apple developed in MN. Often bears in the first year, good success in Zone 3B. Multi-purpose apple with a tart balanced flavor especially good for cooking. Excellent storage.

Winecrisp (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $36 Potted: $40

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Early-Mid October

Uses: Fresh Eating & Cooking

Medium-sized dark red apple with spicy flavors. Excellent scab resistance. Very good storage apple.

Wolf River (Sold Out)

Sizes: Dwarf G41, Semi Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Early/Mid-September

Uses: Sauces, baking

Old Wisconsin variety introduced in 1875. Hardy and long lived best known for very large fruit size. Primarily used as a cooking apple, but can be used for fresh eating. Pale yellow to green.

Zestar (Sold Out)

Sizes: Semi-Dwarf M7

Prices: Bare Root: $33 Potted: $46

Zone: 4-7

Ripens: Late August

Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider

1998 University of MN introduction. Early apple, crisp and juicy with an outstanding sweet tart flavor. Excellent storage life. Lisa’s favorite fresh eating apple!

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