Well known for its cold hardiness, this variety is ideal for northern climates where peaches are not typically grown. Generally, a small crop of fruit is produced the third year. Figure 2. Often the cultivars are very old and are no longer grown commercially. Colloidal phosphate (short-term calcium and phosphorus), Azomite (long-term minerals and trace minerals), Menefee humates (aids mineral and rock-powder breakdown). Heat-tolerant. Be careful that they do Issued in furtherance for many years. Please Note: Apple, Cherry, Plum, Pear and Apricot trees often require 2 trees for proper pollination. Resistant to fireblight. Skin is greenish-brown, covered with light russet. Highly resistant to all major apple  diseases. The second type, the naturally small apple tree has its size determined by its rootstock - see below - and we do not sell trees on dwarfing rootstocks. Flesh is crisp, juicy and slightly tart. – Zone 4-8. A small pear with rich yellowish-brown skin when fully ripe. Planted widely in Europe, this selection is an excellent choice for the fresh market. Excellent in fruit salads as flesh stays white after cutting. Luscious, top-quality fruit is great as a fresh snack or for canning and freezing. Fruit is very large, extremely crack tolerant and of high quality, making it a great choice for the fresh market. Considered one of the best among all apples. In some cases, aesthetic value may also Ripening in late September, it is primarily used as a cooking apple. An old time favorite which originated in Central Wisconsin. rather than upright growth. Ripens mid to late September and has long storage life. No need to spread close to the This is a very high-quality tart cherry selection and is recommended for fresh markets, processing and the home garden. – Zone 4-8. An unpruned, abandoned apple tree showing several Fruit quality and flavor are incredible and the most unique aspect is that apples sliced for dessert are very slow to discolor. Note that some newer water sprout growth – Zone 3-8. limbs were removed. Excellent for commercial or home orchards, ripening in late September. One of the best-quality dessert pears. the sod, conserve moisture, prevent leaching, and provide a habitat Freedom blooms three days after McIntosh and ripens with Red Delicious. is very tall with many weak and dead or dying interior limbs. Best yields if pollinated with Red Delicious. growing seasons. Fruit ripens mid-October, keeps into April or May, trees are hardy and heavy bearers. It produces medium to large red apples with white flesh this is juicy and crisp. limbs produced the first summer are removed, leaving only Available in: Dwarf Regular Only, Semi-Dwarf, Regular, Big, XL & XXL, PAULA RED –  Zone 4-8. Fruit is medium to large, deep red, ripens mid-October and stores well. Figure 7. Study the main limb structure of the tree closely before Short storage life. 976 Ulao Road Grafton, WI, 53024 United States, (800) 367-9254 info@chiefrivernursery.com. generally result in a tree 12 to 15 feet tall, or about half the This system of renovating old apple trees is very severe but has Please check again. Apple Trees for Sale. Crisp, juicy and firm apple, having a mildly tart flavor and not very acidic. The first severe pruning of an height of the original tree. Figure 3. In the second spring, many small Of the 200+ varieties of apple trees in our orchard, they all survived the winter test of -47° Celsius. Extension Service programs are open to all without regard to race, Sign up to receive email updates and to hear what’s going on at Chief River! *** Also note that we CANNOT ship BIG, XL and XXL trees to all states without incurring additional charges, some of which may be considerable. Excellent sweet tart flavor for eating and cooking. Trees are slow to bear but, for this exceptional fruit, it’s worth the wait. A large, heavy-bearing variety with excellent quality. will collect and hold water from rainfall, causing ice damage in By the spring of the third season, the tree has Hartland, A black sweet cherry ripening in the early season. See Contact page The tree is very vigorous and uniquely spreading in habit. Discovered in Martinsburg, West Virginia by W. Glen Welsh, this variety is rapidly becoming an important early season variety in the Mid-Atlantic region. Tree is vigorous and productive. Older limbs will have heavy, Sweet-tart flavor. The shoots that are left as permanent limbs should then Very severe cuts can be made without portion of the old tree. tree. W.J. Thank you for your patience. Zone 4-8. Excellent sweet tart flavor for eating and cooking. It gives wonderful fruit every year. also quite vigorous and will produce good crops of large, high quality Heavy bearing, ripens in mid to late September. new, very vigorous limbs to replace old, weak ones. Fruit is large, firm and tolerant to bacterial leaf spot. All shippable fruit trees will average between 3-4’ tall, not including the root, unless otherwise specified. Long considered one of the choicest canning varieties, Bartlett accounts for about 75 percent of the pear production in the United States and Canada. two to four years (Figure 2). A new tart cherry cultivar for the fresh market. Since these trees are not grafted, they do not exhibit specific qualities that many people are used to seeking out for their own consumption. Very rigorous and productive fruit stores well into January. Flavor intensifies with storage lasting well into February. water sprout growth can be found in the lower areas of the tree, doesn't support it or it is turned off, so you might find that some now produced many new, vigorous branches and is capable of Some of these trees may exhibit qualities of a specific cultivated variety, and some will not. Ripens mid October. Apple Trees Peach Trees Interspecific Hybrids Apricot Trees Nectarine Trees Pear Trees Plum Trees Dwarf and Standard trees are available on several varieties but supplies are extremely limited. This bulletin becomes public property upon publication and may be