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Apple Trees

Growing your own apple tree can be easy, affordable and fun. We offer a huge selection to suit a wide range of climates, environments and spaces. This includes cold-hardy, easy-care varieties, familiar favorites like Fuji, Gala, Jonathan, and McIntosh, and antique varieties, along with other exclusive apple trees you won’t find anywhere else. Each will produce bushels of healthy, flavorful apples that can be eaten fresh off the tree, stored for later, or used to make pies or ciders. We even offer edible and ornamental crabapple trees to add landscape interest and to provide pollination for apple orchards large and small. You can’t beat the superior homegrown taste — or the savings — you’ll enjoy if you plant one of these trees instead of making trips to the grocery store.

Enter your zip code to find your hardiness zone, see which trees and plants are best suited for your area, and learn your next ideal planting time.

To ensure your growing success and satisfaction, there are a few things to consider when you buy an apple tree.

Zone Compatibility

Your climate plays an important role in whether an apple tree will be successful. Make sure the hardiness zone range of the tree you choose includes your area.

Proper Pollination

Pollination by a different apple variety is key to the success of most apple trees. Often, its absence is why trees produce poorly or don’t bear fruit. Be sure to check the description of your selection to see which pollinators our experts suggest.

We do grow some Self-Pollinating Apple Trees, but we still recommend planting a second apple variety in your yard for optimum fruit production.

As a note, we generally recommend planting a Golden Delicious Apple Tree within close proximity of any apple tree, because it is an excellent pollinator variety.

Mature Tree Size

Make sure you pick the right size apple tree for your available space.

  • Columnar Apple Trees mature to be about 8-10' tall, but only 18-24" wide. This makes them perfect for growing in containers on balconies and patios.
  • Dwarf Apple Trees mature to be about 8-10' tall and wide. Even though they are smaller, they produce an abundance of full-size apples.
  • Semi-Dwarf Apple Trees mature to be about 12-15' tall and wide. They offer maximum apple yield per square foot.
  • Standard Apple Trees mature to be about 15-25' tall and 20' wide. They are perfect if you have a large space or want a multi-purpose apple & shade tree.

Starkspur® Apple Trees

These Spur-Bearing Apple Trees have up to twice as many fruiting spurs as others, which means more apples per tree, helping to maximize your apple production.