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Apple (Berries, minor fruits and fruit trees)

We offer several cultivars of very popular or less known apple trees which have been selected for their hardiness, their good taste and production as well as their resistance to diseases.

For U.S customers: Sorry, the majority of the fruit trees cannot be shipped to the United States due to restrictions by Agriculture Canada and USDA.

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Apple 'Northern Spy'
Apple 'Northern Spy'

Late Its green and red striped skin marks easily, which makes it difficult to transport. Its white flesh is juicy, crunchy, fragrant, sweet and slightly acidic. The fruit is mature by mid-October and keeps very well because of its low sugar content. Resistant to bacterial blight . It is an apple that can be... more

Late Its green and red striped skin marks easily, which makes it difficult to transport. Its white... more

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Apple Battleford Apple Battleford
Apple Battleford

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Early Apple tree producing large red apples. Good for cooking, juicing and eating fresh. Keeps for 4 weeks. Very cold resistant apple tree. Crunchy and tasty flesh. Fruit 8 cm in diameter. Not very susceptible to bacterial blight. Pollination: Requires a second apple... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Early Apple tree producing large red apples. Good for cooking, juicing and... more

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Apple Belmac Malus Spp. Apple Belmac Malus Spp.
Apple Belmac Malus Spp.

Early/mid-season Red fruit of medium size with white and sweet flesh, slightly acid. Resistant to scab and fire blight in part , the apples keep well. Harvesting is done towards the end of September. Pollination: Requires another apple tree of a different variety for pollination. Planting... more

Early/mid-season Red fruit of medium size with white and sweet flesh, slightly acid. Resistant to... more

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Apple colonnade Scarletspire Apple colonnade Scarletspire
Apple colonnade Scarletspire

Mid-late season Beautiful fruit tree with a narrow habit that can be grown in pots or in restricted areas. White flowers followed by firm, juicy red fruit. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14 feet. Hardiness zone: 4 Sunlight:... more

Mid-late season Beautiful fruit tree with a narrow habit that can be grown in pots or in restricted... more

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apple Cortland (Semi dwarf root stock) apple Cortland (Semi dwarf root stock)
apple Cortland (Semi dwarf root stock)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Large fruit with red stripes and firm white flesh. Sweet, extra juicy and acidic flavor. Excellent apple for desserts, cooking and cider making. Good resistance to browning. Very hardy and productive. Fruit keeps for 4 months. Pruning is done towards the end of March... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Large fruit with red stripes and firm white flesh. Sweet,... more

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Apple Cox orange Apple Cox orange
Apple Cox orange

Early Ripening at the end of September, just before Golden Delicious, Cox's Orange is a variety of very good taste. The flesh is firm, crunchy, juicy and very fragrant. The fruit is round and slightly flattened with a short stalk. The skin is light yellow with red stripes. The Cox's Orange apple tree... more

Early Ripening at the end of September, just before Golden Delicious, Cox's Orange is a variety of... more

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Apple culumnar Crimson Spire Apple culumnar Crimson Spire
Apple culumnar Crimson Spire

Mid-season Columnar tree (very small and oblong). Columnar apple trees can also be grown in pots. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14 feet. Hardiness zone: 4 Sunlight: Full sun. Soil: Requires well-drained soil,... more

Mid-season Columnar tree (very small and oblong). Columnar apple trees can also be grown in pots. ... more

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Apple culumnar Scarlet sentinel Apple culumnar Scarlet sentinel
Apple culumnar Scarlet sentinel

Mid-season This narrow bearing fruit tree produces firm juicy red fruits and excellent juice. It is very prolific, dense and fast growing. Red fruit with a sweet taste, ideal for preserves. It should be pruned in winter and dead branches removed. Regular watering especially in dry periods and when the plant is... more

Mid-season This narrow bearing fruit tree produces firm juicy red fruits and excellent juice. It is... more

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apple Empire (Dwarf rootstock) apple Empire (Dwarf rootstock)
apple Empire (Dwarf rootstock)

Late season This is a McIntosh type tree without some of the disadvantages of this family. Although not as easy to grow as the McIntosh, it is a very early cultivar capable of producing consistently every year. The apples are firmer and redder than McIntosh and store well. The tree is not prone to heavy... more

Late season This is a McIntosh type tree without some of the disadvantages of this family. Although not... more

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Apple Freedom Apple Freedom
Apple Freedom

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Red fruit tree recommended for fresh consumption or for juices. The flesh is crisp and juicy with a sweet and sour taste. Preservation until January in cold storage. Resistant to scab. Some resistance to bacterial blight. Harvest from September to early October. ... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Red fruit tree recommended for fresh consumption or for... more

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Apple Frostbite Semi-Dwarf Apple Frostbite Semi-Dwarf
Apple Frostbite Semi-Dwarf

Mid-season The intense sweetness of its apricot-orange flesh has been described as tasting like molasses or even sugar cane! Aromatic and extra juicy, the barely medium sized fruit is dark red with a blue-purple tint. An unforgettable apple for fresh eating, cooking or cider. Extremely hardy, productive and... more

Mid-season The intense sweetness of its apricot-orange flesh has been described as tasting like... more

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Apple Ginger Gold Apple Ginger Gold
Apple Ginger Gold

Mid-late season Its name describes very well what differentiates Ginger Gold from other varieties; it is yellow in color and has a spicy taste. It is ideal for salads as its flesh turns brown very slowly in the air. The apple keeps for 6 months. Susceptible to bacterial blight and scab. Introduced in... more

Mid-late season Its name describes very well what differentiates Ginger Gold from other varieties; it... more

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Apple Golden Delicious Apple Golden Delicious
Apple Golden Delicious

Early/mid-season The Golden Delicious apple tree is harvested at the end of September and the beginning of October . The apple has a regular shape, truncated cone to rounded, yellow-green color becoming golden yellow at maturity with sometimes a pink face in hillsides or in medium altitude (diurnal-night... more

Early/mid-season The Golden Delicious apple tree is harvested at the end of September and the... more

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Apple Golden Russet
Apple Golden Russet

Late season Older variety, many also grow it in zone 3b. Gives a sweet, crisp and aromatic apple. Firm apple, high concentration of pectin with a particular flavor: fresh, you either like it or you don't. Essential to incorporate in a cider, for pies or to eat fresh. Very late brown apple that keeps until... more

Late season Older variety, many also grow it in zone 3b. Gives a sweet, crisp and aromatic apple. Firm... more

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Apple Granny smith (semi Dwarf) Apple Granny smith (semi Dwarf)
Apple Granny smith (semi Dwarf)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Very popular green apple but not very hardy for Quebec. Very late ripening. Good to eat fresh. The apple keeps for 6 to 7 months. Sensitive to scab and fire blight. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Very popular green apple but not very hardy for Quebec. Very... more

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Apple Harcourt Apple Harcourt
Apple Harcourt

Early Excellent variety of hardy apple in Quebec. Bright red striped fruit. The size of the fruit is 7 cm. The flesh is firm, sweet and tasty. Good for chewing and cooking. Sensitive to scab. Pollination: Requires a second different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14... more

Early Excellent variety of hardy apple in Quebec. Bright red striped fruit. The size of the fruit is 7... more

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Apple Jonafree
Apple Jonafree

Mid-late season Apple tree producing white flowers, red-yellow apples with firm flesh. Harvest end of September and beginning of October. Scab resistant. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14 feet. Hardiness zone: 4 ... more

Mid-late season Apple tree producing white flowers, red-yellow apples with firm flesh. Harvest end of... more

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Apple Jonagold Apple Jonagold
Apple Jonagold

Late season ***This variety is not a good pollinator for other apple trees. It is a cross between the crisp Golden Delicious and the crimson-red Jonathan. It is a calvilliform apple, with a medium thin skin, large and fragrant. Its flesh is medium-firm, very red with green spots near the stem. This juicy... more

Late season ***This variety is not a good pollinator for other apple trees. It is a cross between... more

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Apple Liberty (Semi-dwarf rootstock)
Apple Liberty (Semi-dwarf rootstock)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Very productive. The flesh is yellowish in color, juicy, crunchy, fine. The flavor is subacid and good. The pit is medium in size and slightly to widely open. Quality was rated as good.  Red apple, firm and crisp, to be eaten fresh or in pies, for making cider and... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Very productive. The flesh is yellowish in color, juicy,... more

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Apple Norkent Apple Norkent
Apple Norkent

Early/mid-season Very hardy and productive apple tree. Fruits are very aromatic, the taste reminds of pears. Good to eat fresh, processed and in juice. Shelf life between 2 to 3 months. Not very sensitive to scab. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance... more

Early/mid-season Very hardy and productive apple tree. Fruits are very aromatic, the taste reminds of... more

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Apple Norland
Apple Norland

Early Hardy apple tree producing a green fruit streaked with red. Cream-colored flesh, dotted with green currents. Good for cooking or eating fresh. Ripens in mid-August, keeps for about 2 months. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees:... more

Early Hardy apple tree producing a green fruit streaked with red. Cream-colored flesh, dotted with... more

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Apple Novamac
Apple Novamac

Mid-season Apple with a taste similar to the McIntosh, sweet, juicy and crunchy. Ready one week before the McIntosh. To be eaten fresh, in pies, in compote or in juice. Shelf life about 4 months. Resistant to scab and bacterial blight. Pollination: Requires a second different apple tree for pollination.... more

Mid-season Apple with a taste similar to the McIntosh, sweet, juicy and crunchy. Ready one week before... more

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Apple Parkland  Apple Parkland
Apple Parkland

Early  Very hardy apple tree, it produces fruit at a young age. Small to medium size apple, good to eat fresh, in compote and in the kitchen. The fruit keeps for 2 months. Moderately susceptible to fire blight and susceptible to scab. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for... more

Early  Very hardy apple tree, it produces fruit at a young age. Small to medium size apple, good... more

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Apple Priscilla Semi-Dwarf ( G969 ) Apple Priscilla Semi-Dwarf ( G969 )
Apple Priscilla Semi-Dwarf ( G969 )

Early Bright red fruit with crisp aromatic yellow flesh is good for fresh eating and cooking. Will keep until mid-winter. Good disease resistance. Pollination: Requires another apple tree of a different variety with a similar bloom time for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14 feet. ... more

Early Bright red fruit with crisp aromatic yellow flesh is good for fresh eating and cooking. Will keep... more

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Apple Redfree
Apple Redfree

Early/mid-season Apple tree, resistant to scab , pyramidal-round shape. Very productive tree. Apple similar to the Paulared. Harvested at the end of August, keeps for about 2 months. Flesh of cream color, juicy, soft, crunchy. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. ... more

Early/mid-season Apple tree, resistant to scab , pyramidal-round shape. Very productive tree.... more

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Apple Reinette Russet Apple Reinette Russet
Apple Reinette Russet

Late season Excellent for cider production. Reinette Russet' is being released to replace 'Golden Russet' which is currently grown in Eastern Canada for cider production and specialty markets. This new cultivar produces larger apples than 'Golden Russet', is hardier than 'Golden... more

Late season Excellent for cider production. Reinette Russet' is being released to replace... more

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Apple September Ruby
Apple September Ruby

Mid-season Its medium-sized fruits, which keep well until January, are very sweet, bright red with greenish flesh. Excellent fresh or for processing. To be harvested towards the end of September. Very hardy and very abundant production. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. ... more

Mid-season Its medium-sized fruits, which keep well until January, are very sweet, bright red with... more

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Apple Shamrock Apple Shamrock
Apple Shamrock

Mid-late season Shamrock is a crisp, juicy, tart green apple. At its peak, Shamrock develops a light blush. The flesh is light green and creamy, and it has a coarse texture with a flavor similar to McIntosh, but more tart. Good for both eating fresh and cooking, but enjoy them close to harvest as they have a... more

Mid-late season Shamrock is a crisp, juicy, tart green apple. At its peak, Shamrock develops a light... more

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Apple Spartan (M27 rootstock) Apple Spartan (M27 rootstock)
Apple Spartan (M27 rootstock)

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Bright red apple with creamy white flesh, firm and juicy, good to crunch. Apple tree producing a quality fruit, sweet and aromatic. Ripens in early October, keeps well. Delicious fresh and for cider. Very crunchy. Good resistance to bacterial blight, scab and powdery... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Late season Bright red apple with creamy white flesh, firm and juicy, good... more

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apple tree 'Goodland'  apple tree 'Goodland'
apple tree 'Goodland'

Early Goodland is a semi-sweet apple with a creamy green skin and a little red blush. It is a good size apple, between 6 and 8 cm on average. Its white flesh is tender and juicy, has a fine texture and can be eaten very well fresh, but is also a marvel for compotes, as it is pleasantly flavored. Goodland keeps... more

Early Goodland is a semi-sweet apple with a creamy green skin and a little red blush. It is a good size... more

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apple tree 'Red haralson' apple tree 'Red haralson'
apple tree 'Red haralson'

Late  Crunchy and juicy apple. Hardy in zone 3. Harvested at the end of September. Keeps for 6 months. Continues to ripen in storage and is at its best by the end of December. Early: bears fruit in the 3rd year. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree for pollination. Planting... more

Late  Crunchy and juicy apple. Hardy in zone 3. Harvested at the end of September. Keeps for 6... more

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Apple tree 'Sweet Sixteen'
Apple tree 'Sweet Sixteen'

Late season The Sweet Sixteen apple tree produces a crisp, juicy and very sweet apple with a unique aniseed flavor. Can be eaten fresh or cooked. Shelf life about 3 months. Not very sensitive to scab and bacterial blight. Pollination: Requires a second, different apple tree nearby for pollination. ... more

Late season The Sweet Sixteen apple tree produces a crisp, juicy and very sweet apple with a unique... more

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Apple tree Ambrosia (Malus domestica) Apple tree Ambrosia (Malus domestica)
Apple tree Ambrosia (Malus domestica)

Late season Excellent for eating fresh or processed and in salads, the flesh is resistant to browning, crisp, juicy, sweet and tasty. The fruit keeps for about 3 to 4 months. Sensitive to scab and bacterial blight. Beware, it can be sensitive to dormant oil. Pollination: Requires a second, different... more

Late season Excellent for eating fresh or processed and in salads, the flesh is resistant to browning,... more

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apple tree Honey crisp apple tree Honey crisp
apple tree Honey crisp

Late season Honeycrisp is a very popular variety with consumers because it is exceptionally crisp and juicy. It owes its name to the fine honey taste that characterizes it. The flesh is cream-colored and not very sensitive to oxidation. The fruits are usually of large size. Shelf life of about 5 months. It... more

Late season Honeycrisp is a very popular variety with consumers because it is exceptionally crisp and... more

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apple tree Melba (Malus melba)
apple tree Melba (Malus melba)

Early This well known greenish-red apple has a slightly flattened shape, a soft and melting flesh. It is very fragrant, sweet but also with a touch of acidity. It is better to cook it than to eat it as is. It is ready to be picked towards the end of August, therefore very early. It is one of the earliest apples... more

Early This well known greenish-red apple has a slightly flattened shape, a soft and melting flesh. It... more

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Apple tree Nova EasyGro
Apple tree Nova EasyGro

Late season The fruit is sweet, slightly acid and crunchy. Its taste improves with storage. Eat fresh, in pies or salads. Keeps for about 5 months. Resistant to scab and bacterial blight. Pollination: Requires a second different apple tree for pollination. Planting distance between trees: 14 feet. ... more

Late season The fruit is sweet, slightly acid and crunchy. Its taste improves with storage. Eat fresh,... more

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Apple Wealthy Apple Wealthy
Apple Wealthy

Mid-season Wealthy is a very juicy apple with a sweet-sour flavor with strawberry aromas. Its abundant and long flowering period makes it an excellent pollinator for other apple trees . Wealthy is one of the highest quality apples for the North, some say they are addicted to it! Susceptible to fire blight... more

Mid-season Wealthy is a very juicy apple with a sweet-sour flavor with strawberry aromas. Its abundant... more

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Apple wolf river Apple wolf river
Apple wolf river

Late season Wolf River' is red and green with a pale greenish-yellow ring around the stem. Wolf River' is more or less interesting to eat fresh, but is a hit after cooking. It is also a good candidate for dehydration and apple butter. The apple is sweet with a touch of tartness; the longer it is left on... more

Late season Wolf River' is red and green with a pale greenish-yellow ring around the stem. Wolf... more

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Apple ZESTAR! Large Semi-Dwarf Apple ZESTAR! Large Semi-Dwarf
Apple ZESTAR! Large Semi-Dwarf

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Early Rather than being overlooked, this high-quality early season apple has gained a lot of fans. The Minnesota hardiness factor combined with a crisp texture and top-notch flavor (described as "sweet, but bright, with tart citrus notes") well deserves a place in... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR 2024 Early Rather than being overlooked, this high-quality early season apple... more

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Apploe Crimson crisp
Apploe Crimson crisp

Mid-season Pinkish red apple. Chosen for its great resistance to scab, you can easily preserve this apple. This variety has a firm, crisp and juicy flesh and reveals a thirst-quenching sweetness. Finely acidic, juicy and not very sweet, the Crimson Crisp is the perfect apple to crunch at any time of the day. ... more

Mid-season Pinkish red apple. Chosen for its great resistance to scab, you can easily preserve this... more

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Bulmer's Norman Bulmer's Norman
Bulmer's Norman

Mid-season Bitter-sweet cider apple. Large conical greenish yellow apple. It was imported from Normandy, France, to England in the early 1900s by the HP Bulmer cider mill. Produces white flowers at bloom.  Hardiness zone: 4 Soil preference: sandy loam, loam, clay loam.  Prefers medium to... more

Mid-season Bitter-sweet cider apple. Large conical greenish yellow apple. It was imported from... more

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Common Apple ( Malus Pumila)
Common Apple ( Malus Pumila)

The Dwarf Common Apple is a self-fertile tree (does not need another variety to be pollinated). Prune during the dormant season (late fall/winter). Protect from strong winds. Hardiness zone : 3 Sunlight: Full sun. Soil: Requires well-drained soil, ideally with light soil. Number of years to... more

The Dwarf Common Apple is a self-fertile tree (does not need another variety to be pollinated). Prune... more

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Dolgo crabapple Dolgo crabapple
Dolgo crabapple

ON PRE-ORDER FOR SPRING 2024 Malus Pink Glow, also known as Malus Dolgo, is named for its elongated dusky pink fruits, which form in plum-like clusters in September. The fruit is on the larger size for a crab apple, making it easy to use in the kitchen - it is perfect for crab apple jelly and a good source of... more

ON PRE-ORDER FOR SPRING 2024 Malus Pink Glow, also known as Malus Dolgo, is named for its elongated... more

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Hardy apple 4 way on Semi-Dwarf
Hardy apple 4 way on Semi-Dwarf

Multi-root apple tree, four (4) varieties on a single rootstock. Hardiness zone : 3 Sunshine : Full sun. Soil: Requires well drained soil, ideally with light soil. Years to fruit: 3 to 5 years after planting.

Multi-root apple tree, four (4) varieties on a single rootstock. Hardiness zone : 3 Sunshine : Full sun. ... more

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Mystery apple tree
Mystery apple tree

COMING SOON Semi-dwarf apple trees without identification, sold at a 25% discount.

COMING SOON Semi-dwarf apple trees without identification, sold at a 25% discount.

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William's pride Apple Semi-Dwarf ( G969 ) William's pride Apple Semi-Dwarf ( G969 )
William's pride Apple Semi-Dwarf ( G969 )

Early This large, attractive dark red apple remains one of our favorites. The crisp, juicy flesh is slightly spicy with a light cream color showing red spots just under the skin. The fruit ripens over a period of several weeks and does not fall off when ripe, making it ideal for the backyard grower. Excellent... more

Early This large, attractive dark red apple remains one of our favorites. The crisp, juicy flesh is... more

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Yellow Transparent apple Yellow Transparent apple
Yellow Transparent apple

Early  The White Transparent also known as "Yellow Transparent" is an apple variety that appeared in Latvia and was introduced in France around 1815 (probably brought back by soldiers during the Russian campaign in 1812 like the Colapuy). This variety is probably the best of the early apples... more

Early  The White Transparent also known as "Yellow Transparent" is an apple variety that... more

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