These apple trees were grown onsite here in our Nebraska nursery. These will be sent as bareroot trees when dormant in the Fall of 2021. Fall is a great time to plant trees as the roots will grow down and establish in preparation for the winter. These will be shipped to you in a cardboard box with moist media surrounding the roots for protection and safe shipment.
No shipping to AK, OR, MT or HI
Blairmont: Cream yellow with rose blush and sweet taste, natural resistance to fungal diseases.
Brown Snout: England in the 1850s, Traditional English cider apple, good disease resistance, late ripening, hardy to zones 4 - 9
Calville Blanc d'Hiver: Winter apple, possibly from France, 16th century, dessert or cooking apple, large pale green fruit, good keeper, zone 4
Duchess of Oldenburg: Late summer, Russia 1750, round red striped fruit, scab resistant, very cold hardy to zone 3
Freedom: Late apple, modern disease resistant apple, versatile for fresh eating and baking
Hauer Pippin: 1890s Santa Cruz, good disease resistance, Large tart apple, highly productive
Jonafree: Medium size, bright red, less acid, keeps 10 weeks, late season harvest, some susceptibility to cedar apple rust.
Karmijin de Sonaville: Vigorous robust flavor, tends to bear biennially.
Liberty: late summer apple, possibly the most disease resistant apple known, dessert apple or sweet cider, zone 4
Lubsk Queen: White skin with splashes of red. Flesh is a firm juicy tart flavor. Early apple.
No Name Apple (tag missing): We aren't sure what variety these are but take a chance for a discount! - $15
St. Lawrence: Thought to be a Fameuse seedling, visually distinctive with red stripes. Good for fresh eating and sauce.
William's Pride: Early ripener, dark red apple with a sweet rich and spicy flavor, resistant to apple scab. Good pollinator for other varieties.
Wynooch: Early large apple. Sweet and tart flavors. Good for fresh eating.