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Fruiting trees and shrubs, including apples, come into bearing between three and five years of age. Apples are sold as first-year whips or as bearing-age trees.
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.