Spring 2020

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Apple Trees

All plants must be picked up in person or delivered by nursery staff. We do not mail plants.

Apples

GOODLAND: sweet, crisp Canadian variety excellent for eating and sauce – one of our favorites; ripens mid September; very hardy. see another photo

HARALRED: improved Haralson – redder, earlier and sweeter; juicy, tart, firm; stores amazingly well, in fact after five months in our cooler they’re still delicious and crisp; extremely hardy and fireblight resistant; one of the best winter apples for Montana.

HONEYCRISP: outstanding new apple that’s sweet, crisp, and juicy; stores well; ripens late September, early October.

McINTOSH: delicious fall apple; an old favorite (developed in Ontario, Canada in 1870) which is always popular because of its quality fruit; the national apple of Canada.

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NORLAND: medium sized apple from Saskatchewan, Canada; quality red fruit good for eating or cooking; excellent for higher elevations with short growing season; one of the few that are both hardy and dwarf; ripens in August.

RED BARON: bright red fall apple; excellent for eating or cooking; similar to McIntosh; fireblight resistant.

RED DUCHESS: favorite summer apple; red selection of 'Duchess of Oldenburg'; good for pie and sauce; fireblight resistant; very hardy.

STATE FAIR: summer apple; all-purpose, bright red fruit; juicy; good texture; semi-acid to sweet; excellent choice for higher elevations.

SWEET SIXTEEN: sweet, crisp and juicy dark red fall apple; has unusual aromatic flavor; stores well; fireblight resistant; ripens mid September.

Apple Cider 6WEALTHY: all purpose red apple with fabulous flavor – probably our favorite tasting apple grown in Montana; developed by horticulturist Peter Gideon in Minnesota in 1868; very hardy; ripens in September; stores well. see another photo

YELLOW TRANSPARENT: medium sized, greenish-yellow summer apple – first to ripen; excellent for pies; heavy producer; an old variety that's still in demand developed in Russia in 1880.

Questions about purchasing the right trees for your yard or orchard? check out our FAQ's About Apple Trees. 

Want to compare bloom season, ripening dates and which varieties are best for pies, fresh eating and storing? check out our Apple Tree Varieties Chart.

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