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Large red fruit is good for eating, sauces and juice. Apples are firm, crisp with a slightly tart flavor. Vigorous, productive tree with excellent disease resistance. Tree does not require fungicide sprays. Blooms mid to late spring, with fruit maturing late September, early October.

Our top quality bareroot apple trees are well branched, with beautiful root structure, ranging from 6-8 ft tall.  Trees are northern grown and well suited for our Michigan climate.  Apple trees require cross pollination.  Plant several different types of  apple or crabapple nearby (15-20 feet apart) for best fruit production.  It is important to select varieties that bloom at the same approximate time for effective cross pollination.  Trees are highly favored by deer.  Fencing is highly recommended to protect trees from deer.  Tree guards are also highly recommended to prevent damage from rabbits, mice, woodchucks etc.