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Antique Treasures Collection

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These heirloom varieties are deeply rooted in apple history. Experience the fruit from antique apple trees and the complex flavors will justify their resilience. Includes compatible apple trees to cover pollination needs. Choice varieties for cider-making, fresh-eating, and baked delights.

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This Variety's Zone Range 4 - 7
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Stark Bro's Store
Like heirlooms, counting on you to include pollinators in the mix
Bryan M on Nov 6, 2016
Orange Pippin was suggested as good for my area. Will try a few antique apples this way.
Jennifer H on Oct 3, 2016
Like heirlooms, counting on you to include pollinators in the mix
Bryan M on Nov 6, 2016
We support conservation of heritage apples
Sandra T on Oct 5, 2016
Orange Pippin was suggested as good for my area. Will try a few antique apples this way.
Jennifer H on Oct 3, 2016
Wanted Heirloom trees to start the orchard. Moved from CO and need new fruit trees!!
Diana A on Sep 8, 2016
I want to brew cider beer.
KEITH E on Mar 25, 2016
I am interested in heirlooms and just starting with a backyard orchard. I'm going to begin with the hard prune at about 18 inches and try to grow a little fruit tree as per the book of the same title.
Basgall R on Feb 24, 2016
We support conservation of heritage apples
Sandra T on Oct 5, 2016
Wanted Heirloom trees to start the orchard. Moved from CO and need new fruit trees!!
Diana A on Sep 8, 2016
hello, Here in central Kentucky we have a difficult time growing apple trees--what with diseases, late frosts etc. We've thought about trying some Heirlooms that grow better in the southern humidity. We also have observed Standard size trees doing well in this area with no care. Is there any correlation and do you have any southern heirlooms in a standard size? Thank you
denise on Apr 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It might be a combination of things (variety, planting location, rootstock, etc.) that make the standard size trees seem to do well where other sizes do not. I can't think of a specific reason for the discrepancy otherwise. We don't have a lot of "southern friendly" apple trees yet, but we list our heat-tolerant varieties here: http://www.starkbros.com/tags/heat-tolerant-apple-trees ??? Another option you might be able to find locally is a series of old southern apple trees called "Limbertwig". Good luck!

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Antique Treasures Collection
I planted my 3-tree Antique Treasures Collection last fall, and so far the Orleans and Ben Davis have been growing as expected. However, the Orange Pippin is in decline. I don't know if it will make it through one year. They are all planted in the same environmental conditions and within 30 feet of each other, so that's not the problem. I am happy with 2/3 of the purchased product, and I don't know what to do about the other third.
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