The earliest crops of apples are popping up across the city. If you’ve considered adding an apple tree to your yard, here are some of our favourites:
Green fruit washed with red. Excellent for eating, cooking, and storing. Mild pleasant flavour. Apple ripens early to mid-September. Ht: 15’ Sp: 12’
This recent introduction is the sweetest prairie-hardy apple yet developed, with crisp, 3-inch fruit that is described as comparable to ‘Gala’. The apples mature in late August and store well into the new year. Ht: 12-15’ Sp: 8’
That picture you see is a crop of apples from 630 CHED host Morgan Webb’s yard. Fruit is green washed with red. Good for cooking, eating and excellent for storing. Ripens late September. Ht: 15’ Sp: 12’
This unique apple combines several hardy apple varieties all onto one tree. The result is a combination of apples perfect for eating fresh, baking and storing. Different combinations available, call our garden centre for more info.