Apples

Fuji Apple (Malus domestica 'Fuji')

  • Harvest in September-October

  • Red-pink with yellow highlights, these apples are sweet and crisp. They can be stored for a long time and are great for baking and eating fresh.

  • Grows 10-15 ft tall and 8-10 ft wide

  • Very popular grocery store variety, easy to grow 

  • Not self-fertile..meaning you need another apple tree of a different variety for cross pollination to occur to produce fruit!

  • 200-400 chill hours (total hours of temperatures below 45 degrees each year)

  • Fragrant white flowers with a pink hue bloom in Spring.

Granny Smith Apple (Malus domestica 'Granny Smith')

  • Harvest in October-November

  • Green with a sweet-tart flavor. Great for baking, eating fresh... we love it in salads!

  • Grows 12-16 ft tall and 10-14 ft wide

  • With a high acid content, the apple won't brown when sliced, so they are great for fruit trays or salads. Can be stored up to 6 months.

  • Self-fertile but will produce more apples with another variety planted near by.

  • 400 chill hours (total hours of temperatures below 45 degrees each year)

  • White flowers in Spring

Gravenstein Apple (Malus domestica 'Gravenstein')

  • Harvest in August

  • Greenish-yellow fruit with red stripes is crisp, juicy, sweet and tart. Great for eating fresh and especially for making sauce, pies and juice.

  • Grows 12-16 ft tall and 10-14 ft wide

  • Very early apple. Stores for 3-4 weeks.

  • Not self-fertile and are pollen sterile, meaning they will not pollinate another apple tree. However they can be pollinated by another apple tree - so plant another variety if you want fruit.

  • 700 chill hours (total hours of temperatures below 45 degrees each year)

  • White/pink flowers in Spring

Coos River Beauty Apple

  • Harvest in October

  • Red-yellow apples are crisp and juicy.

  • Originated in Coos Bay!

  • Not self-fertile..meaning you need another apple tree of a different variety for cross pollination to occur to produce fruit!

North Pole Columnar Apple (Malus domestica 'North Pole')

  • Harvest in September

  • Small apples are crisp and sweet-tart. Great for fresh eating or baking.

  • Grows 8-10 ft tall and only 1-2 ft wide

  • Great for containers! The apples grow on clusters of the single trunk, like brussels sprouts!!

  • Not self-fertile..meaning you need another apple tree of a different variety for cross pollination to occur to produce fruit!

  • 800 chill hours (total hours of temperatures below 45 degrees each year)

  • White flowers in Spring

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