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Apple Tree 'Winesap'

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  • This Apple Tree 'Winesap' ships in a 1 Gallon Pot

The Malus domestica¬†‚ÄėStayman Winesap‚Äô -¬†Winesap apple is a very popular¬†semi-dwarf winter keeper. Deep red with reddish purple stripes and a flavor that is tart but firm and crisp. This apple blooms pink blossoms in the spring and will be ready for harvest in late autumn to early winter.¬†Winesap apples are great for baking and cooking due to their sei-tough texture.

The Winesap requires cross-pollination with Red Delicious or Yellow Delicious apple trees.

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Pink flowers, non-fragrant

Due to California Department of Agriculture, we cannot ship this item to the state of California.


This Semi-Dwarf Winesap Apple Tree comes in a 1 Gallon Pot

Size: Mature size can reach up to 12'-15' x 12'-15'.

Light: Full sun.

Hardiness Zone: 5 - 8 View Map

Characteristics: Has a chill hours (CU) requirement of 600‚Äď800. (Chill hours are the average hours of air temperature between 32¬į and 45¬į F in a typical winter season.) Needs a compatible cultivar growing within 50' for semi-dwarf to ensure pollination. Produces fruit in 4-6 years. Requires another variety to produces fruit.

Soil, Water, Fertilize: The Winesap apple grows well in acidic, loamy, moist, rich, sandy, silty loam and well-drained soil with pH 6.0-7.0. It is not drought-tolerant. Prune in late winter to promote growth and shape the tree. Fertilize in early spring.

*We cannot send plants to Alaska or Hawaii.

*Plants ship dormant in winter months.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.

Allow 15'ft of space between each apple tree.

Cross pollinates well with Yellow Delicious and Red Delicious.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 5 - 8

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Regular price$54.95
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Apple Tree 'Winesap'

This overwintering apple variety has been multifunctional since its discovery in the early 1800's in Moore's Town, NJ. Most famously known for its sweet, tart, yet subtly savory flavor in modern-day cider blends. Their glossy, thick skin and firm flesh make them perfect for cooking and baking since they hold their shape well, while also having a long shelf life.

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