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Dorsett Apple

 

When the fruit ripens you can pick it off the tree and enjoy its unique & delicious flavor. It is a sweet apple with yellow fruit and a delightful pink blush and firm white flesh. It is a treat that you, your friends and family will love!

 

The Dorsett Golden apple is an early bearing tree and is and a choice selection for fresh fruit, juice, or processing. The flavor holds up well through cooking and is perfect for use in apple pies.

 

Anna Apple

 

The Anna apple is better than any apple offered for sale in supermarkets. Delicious crunchy apples are similar to Red Delicious.

 

It is large and has light greenish-yellow skin with a slight red blush. The fruit is sweet, slightly tart, and crisp with a creamy white flesh. They are a good choice for fresh eating, apple sauce, or homemade pies. The trees produce at an early age and the fruit stores very well. Anna Apple trees ripen in late June. Dorsett Golden is perfect pollinators for the Anna.

 

Tropic Sweet

 

A delicious and crunchy apple, very similar to the Jonathon. It has super sweet, low-acid fruit which is pale yellow, with a rosy red blush. Excellent production. Ripens late June. Use ANNA or DORSETT GOLDEN for pollination. Bears two weeks before Anna.

 

Ein Shemer Apple Tree **

 

The Ein Shemer Apple Tree is another very low chilling selection from Israel. It bears young and is very productive.

 

They are a large, Golden Delicious type, with a crisp tart flavor and a good quality flesh. The Ein Shemer is an excellent multi-use southern apple that ripens mid-June to early July, after the Anna Apple Tree.

 

**This tree is a self-fertile apple tree.

 

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