Zone 2-8. A large, crisp and very flavorful juicy red apple known for high yield, attractiveness, disease resistance and long keeping quality. Goodland Apple will grow to be about 20 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 20 feet. Wynooche Early Apple was named near Aberdeen, WA from a numbered selection out of NY state. They are all better anchored and more drought tolerant. THE APPLE VARIETIES ARE LISTED BELOW IN ORDER OF RIPENING Looking For Prices & Quantities? Resistant to mildew, scab, and fire blight. Firm, crisp flesh with a mild amount of tartness. Reflected in the price. BUD118 is an extra hardy Russian rootstock, gives a large semi-dwarf tree, about the size of M111. Fabulous pie apple. Furthermore, they can be of use when cooked or baked. Sharing the same overtones as the Norland apple tree throughout the seasons, it yields fleshy white apples between late summer and early fall in plenty. Find a spraying guide and more information on Best Pesticides For The Home Orchardist. University of MN introduction in 1943. A few types of apple trees (like Braeburn and Falstaff) are self-fruitful, meaning that their blossoms produce pollen that can be used to pollinate the same tree's blossoms. Find your tree and then search across the chart to find those trees marked as good pollination partners. Medium-sized with crisp texture and well-balanced flavor. Ben Davis x McIntosh cross. Large fruit size. A Canadian variety, similar to Norland, ripens several weeks later in late August and is a better keeper. Find more information on Training & Pruning Fruit Trees. Self-fruitful. They will also prove worthwhile as attractive features in your garden. Zone 3. Factors affecting eventual size of fruit trees include the natural fertility of the site, fertilizer, age, and variance between individual varieties. Zone 3-8. Early to bear and is very productive. The plant pistil also includes several parts. Goodland Apple will grow to be about 15 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 12 feet. GardenFocused: Easy Guide to Apple Tree Pollination, University of Missouri Extension: Pollinating Fruit Crops, Michigan State University Extension: Pollination, Washington State University: Pollination - Apple, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Yard and Garden: Examining Pollination in Apple Trees, Adams County Nursery: Apple Pollinizers and Apple Pollinizer Chart, Dave Wilson Nursery: Planting Your Backyard Orchard. BUD118 is an extra hardy Russian rootstock, gives a large semi-dwarf tree, about the size of M111. Our wholesale clientele of municipalities, landscape contractors, garden centers, and other nurseries can arrange to pick up material either in Menomonee Falls or our Jackson, WI Farm holding yards. Precocious, productive tree produces small to medium sized fruit. Uses: Fresh eating, sauces, baking, cider. Prairie sensation. That means that you'll need to figure out the optimal pollination distance between the two trees. Spread: 8'. Will NOT cross pollinate with Haralred. Hardy and long lived best known for very large fruit size. As they fly into the apple blossom of another tree, they rub up against the flower's sticky stigma. Holds its form in pies. BUD118 is an extra hardy Russian rootstock, gives a large semi-dwarf tree, about the size of M111. Despite it's earliness, ripening 2 weeks before Gravenstein, it can be stored until the end of December in refrigeration. With permission from the tree's owner, you can prune off a few branches full of blossoms and carefully transport them to your yard. The medium-large fruits are firm and tart, making Haralred® Apple an excellent choice making pies. Medium to large, bright red fruit with a unique sweet-tart flavor. It grows at a medium rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for 50 years or more. Zone 5-9. Immune to apple scab and excellent resistance to mildew, cedar-apple rust and fireblight. Essentially we are a wholesale grower that welcomes the general public. Akane Apple is an early and reliable bearer. This is a late 1800’s variety originating in Wisconsin (Golden Russet x Alexander) and is a great apple for the north for those who like the Granny Smith apple. Fine for fresh eating and suitable for drying. Please note that apple trees require another variety for a pollinator. Semi dwarf is priced at $29 bareroot and $55 potted. 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! Not a good keeper. Good disease resistance to scab, cedar apple rust and fireblight. Fameuse x Detroit Red cross introduced in Ontario, Canada in 1870. In a home garden, you probably won't have rows and rows of apple trees but rather one or two. Golden Delicious x Haralson cross introduced by the U of MN in 1969. This apple went into the apple mix for many of the Grandview pies, it is a favorite among many who make sauce and it was one of the favorite fresh eating apples of the Grandview picking crew this last year! You can recognize those parts on many flowers as the tall, pointy parts extending from the center of the flower that, in season, are covered with fluffy pollen. A 1936 Minnesota apple that is just being introduced. In addition, the pollinating partners must bloom at the same time for one tree's pollen to get to the other tree's stigma. Experts agree that all apple trees, even self-fruitful trees, produce better with cross-pollination. A note from Lisa…folks, remember that there are over 7500 varieties of apple trees in the world! Semi-dwarf - EM7A and M106 are semi-dwarfs that grow 10-17 ft. M111 rootstock is a slighter larger semi-dwarf. Early thinning of heavy crop loads can lessen this problem and will increase the size of remaining fruit. The also deciduous plant tree produces crispy apples in large amounts between late summer and early fall. This simplifies the process of finding a compatible pollination partner: Determine the group in which your apple tree falls and select another variety from the same group for best results. This will similarly prevent the yard from being messy because of fallen apples. Excellent storage life. Introduced by Bailey Nurseries, this is a red selection of the Haralson. Not a suitable pollinator for Fireside. Lisa is looking forward to establishing this variety at Grandview. In the botanical realm, the male pollen has to fertilize the female ovary, a feat usually accomplished by pollinators. Very flavorful, crisp, and juicy. Pale yellow to green. Great keeper. Goodland Apple Malus x ‘Goodland’ Parentage: Patten Greening seedling Fruit Colour: Green with red blush Fruit Size: 6 - 8 cm Hardiness: Zone 3 Large apple, creamy yellow with a splash of red, flesh is white.

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