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Dwarf Apple Tree & Stake Set

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A must for new dwarf apple trees. Staking new dwarf trees is a necessity, because a strong wind could knock it over until it’s firmly rooted in its new home. When the tree’s trunk reaches approximately four inches in diameter, the stake won’t be needed because the roots will have grown deep into the ground. Here we’ve bundled the tree and a sturdy 62” stake-and-strap together for your convenience — you will also save some money by buying the tree and stake together.

Each 62” fiberglass tree stake is 5/8” around, and comes with one ¾” wide x 10-½” long flexible strap.

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Stark Bro's Store
Looking for an early, disease resistant, dwafr apple compatible with jon-a-red for pollination and this one seems to fit that niche.
NICHOLAS T on May 24, 2018
Looking for an early, disease resistant, dwafr apple compatible with jon-a-red for pollination and this one seems to fit that niche.
NICHOLAS T on May 24, 2018
Do you need two different kinds of apple trees to get an apple tree to to grow apples?
Albert S on Apr 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: For the most part, yes. There are a few self-pollinating apples, but even they benefit greatly from having a different variety of apple with a similar bloom time planted nearby.

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Dwarf Granny Smith Apple
My dwarf granny smith apple tree has been in the ground for about a year and is doing great. The tree stake really helped the young tree withstand a heavy snow winter and the windy days in the Columbia River Gorge. I’m anxious to try a few more apple trees to provide good cross pollination.
May 5, 2019
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1 year ago