Apple Trees

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We are in the business of providing scionwood and acclimatized varieties of apple trees, pear trees, and plum trees. We specialize in antique apples which are propagated at our nursery in Northeastern Wisconsin.  We graft apples trees on various semi-dwarf (M26, M7, and M111) and dwarf (Bud9, P2, G41, G214, and G935) rootstocks.  We graft pear trees on various semi-dwarf (OHxF87) and dwarf (OHxF333) rootstocks.  We will also do custom bench grafting of any of our cultivars.

  • Summer Rambo Apple Tree

    Large, striped red apple with juicy aromatic flesh. A great eating and a good for sauce. Tends to be a very vigorous growing tree with some disease resistance.

  • Wealthy Apple Tree

    Very hardy tree that is also low chill. Flesh whitish sometimes stained with red, tender, very juicy, flavor sweet subacid. Skin red, sometimes striped red.

  • Williams Pride Apple Tree

    Fruit is medium in size slightly conic in shape with a rich aromatic flavor. Apples are 70-80% red with excellent eating quality. It has inbred resistance to apple scab and cedar apple rust. Good resistance to fireblight and powdery mildew. Stores...

  • Winesap Apple Tree

    A medium sized, dark red apple. The yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, and sweet. The wine-like flavor comes from the contrast of its sugar content and high tartness. Good keeper and high producer.

  • Winter Banana Apple Tree

    Fruit large, clear pale yellow, waxy finish, one side usually blushed with a delicate pink. A gorgeous apple. Flesh moderately firm, a little coarse, tender, mild, subacid, characteristically aromatic. Good quality. Better eating than cooking (too mild).

  • Wolf River Apple Tree

    Enormous fruits, often 1 lb. or more, famous for one pie from one fruit. Pale yellow skin almost covered with pale dull red. Soft, tender, creamy white flesh. Mostly used for baking and pies, but in the right climate on sandy soil it becomes a good...

  • Yellow Transparent Apple Tree

    Medium to large fruit with transparent pale yellow skin. Crisp, sweet and juicy, but has a very short life after ripening on or off the tree. Often picked in a greener stage for cooking. Excellent for sauce, pie and drying. Bears very young and heavily...

  • Zestar Apple Tree

    A medium sized, red apple with light, crisp and juicy flesh. Taste has an excellent sweet-tart balance with a brown sugar overtone. The tree is very cold hardy.

  • Baldwin Apple Tree

    Large winter apple with tough, smooth, bright red skin with white stars. Good eating apple with crisp, juicy, somewhat aromatic yellowish flesh. Tree tend to be long lived.

  • Burgundy Apple Tree

    Large, solid dark red apple with gloss like skin. Flesh is crisp with some red streaking as it ripens. Great eating apple. One of our favorites. Not a great keeper.

  • Melrose Apple Tree

    Large, homely fruit with yellowish-green skin streaked red with russet spots. The flesh is firm, coarse, sweet, juicy and creamy white. One of the best keepers of all time, whose flavor improves in storage. Very good for pie and baking. Should be grown...

  • Reinette Simirenko Apple Tree

    Medium, greenish-yellow, russeted apple. The flesh is greenish-white that is tender and crisp. It bears early and heavily and will hang on the tree long after ripening.