Patience is a virtue...
Fruiting trees and shrubs, including apples, come into bearing between three and five years of age. We are growing up trees as fast as we can, but for now apples are available mainly as first-year whips. See catalogue for the complete selection.
Truly Hardy...North of 60
Ultra-hardy The toughest we know - can survive without protection
Hardy Requires some winter protection
Shelter Best grown within a permanent shelter
Every plant we grow has to be able to handle a long cold winter following a short summer, so we have developed our own hardiness scale to help our customers select material. Note that all fruit trees will benefit from wrapping with a white tarp or burlap for the winter regardless of hardiness.