Apple Tree Details & FAQs
All trees will be on M-7 rootstock. Mature trees will generally reach a height of 12-15 feet and should be spaced at least 20 feet apart in full sun. Apple trees benefit by having a different variety of flowering apple or crabapple tree nearby for pollination. Sturdy 1-year old trees will be shipped bare root, and come with tree care and planting instructions.
How many trees do I have to plant for pollination?
As long as you have one other apple tree (crab apple trees work too!) nearby, you should have successful pollination for your apple tree.
When will the trees produce?
Typically you'll start to see apples in the trees within 3-5 years.
Will these trees grow in my zone?
These trees should be successful for areas from the southern edge of zone 3 to the northern edge of zone 8.
How tall are the trees when they ship?
Trees will ship at about 2-3 feet in height, and will be bare root and dormant.