The Norland Apple Tree is a juicy, red striped apple with pink background. Green-cream flesh.
Good for fresh eating, cider, sauce, and pies.
Naturally dwarfing tree that produces fruit at a young age.
Keeps about 16 weeks in cold storage.
Ripens mid-August. Good for very short summers. Does better where summers are cooler.
A very hardy tree!
Trees come 3-6 feet tall and lightly branched.
Will grow 20′ – 35′ without pruning.
Hardy Antonovka rootstock is a nearly full-sized tree that withstands the coldest of weather. Does not sucker. Resistant to drought, crown rot, collar rot, apple scab, powdery mildew, and crow gall.