3 YEAR OLD: $38.00

           4 YEAR OLD: $42.00

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We offer many disease resistant varieties on your choice of dwarf, semi-dwarf, or standard rootstock. If we are out of a particular rootstock we will substitute with the closest size available, unless you request otherwise. 



BUD 9: The most dwarfing rootstock we currently offer. Bud 9 is very early precocity, winter hardy, resistant to collar rot fire blight. Tree support is recommended when using this rootstock. Tree will be 6-10ft tall at maturity.



EMLA 7: The most widely planted rootstock. Anchors well and produces a strong, sturdy tree. Moderately resistant to collar rot. Tendency to sucker. Tree will be 10-12 ft tall at maturity.


EMLA 106: Well-developed root system, with excellent anchoring. Produces an early fruiting tree with heavy cropping potential, moderate vigor and with resistance to woolly apple aphids. Susceptible to collar rot, so cannot tolerate wet or poorly drained soils. Tree will be 12-15 ft tall at maturity.



Sproutfree (3 year old trees): Vigorous rootstock, adaptable to a wide range of soil types. Very drought tolerant and disease resistant. 20 - 30 ft tall at maturity. Extremely sucker resistant. Smaller tree heights can be maintained with annual pruning.


Antonvoka (4 year old trees): Very tough Russian rootstock that produces a full-size, 25' to 35' tree. Hardy to -50 deg.F. Wide soil adaptability. Very drought tolerant. Smaller tree heights can be maintained with annual pruning.




Most of our varieties cross-pollinate each other with the following exception:


*** - Indicates the variety is a triploid. Triploids are considered pollen sterile meaning they cannot pollinate other varieties. Plant a triploid apple with 2 other varieties that can cross-pollinate each other as well as the tripod variety.

We are happy to provide more info on apple pollination or give confirmation of cross-pollination when you order!


Airlie Red Flesh: Discovered near Airlie, OR in the 1960. Incredibly beautiful fruit with bright green/yellow skin with a hot pink flesh. Delicious sweet-tart flavor, great fresh eating or makes rosé applesauce or cider. Easy to grow. Also known as Mountain Rose. 


Akane: Very reliable, scab-free, early red apple from Japan. One of the best disease resistant varieties. Crisp white flesh, McIntosh-like flavor. 


Ashmead's Kernel: English dessert favorite. Highly russeted yellow skin, crisp, aromatic. You won’t find an uglier or better tasting apple. ***

Baldwin: Classic New England apple from 1740 Massachusetts. Good keeper with large red fruit for eating, cooking, or cider.


Belle de Boskoop: Slightly russeted red apple with outstanding aroma and tangy flavor. Crisp, late, a keep. From Boskoop, Holland.


Brambley's Seedling: The “definitive” English cooking apple. Its high acidity makes for light and fluffy textured purées, productive tree with large scab free red and yellow juicy fruit, also good for cider.


Calville Blanc: Originates in 17th century France. Great cooking apple perfect for "tarte aux pommes".  Yellow fruit with red blush. Scab resistant, very tangy, dry wine flavor that improves with storage.


Crimson Topaz: A late ripening, super crisp deep red fruit with a tropical aroma. A super delicious fresh eating apple and a great keeper. Developed in the Czech Republic in the 1990s.


Chehalis: Large, sweet, yellow fruit with red blush. Better flavor and texture than Gold Delicious. Disease resistant PNW variety, productive and dependable. Mid to late ripening. 


Fuji: Crips, sweet, juicy and delicious. Red flush over yellow/green skin. Ripens late, keeps well. One of the most popular apples in the world.


Gala: Attractive red, orange striped fruit. Dense, crisp, aromatic fruit with very mild acidity. Stores well. 


Geneva Early: Earliest ripening apple most years. Achieves the full, fresh eating flavor most often missing from very early fruit. Red with yellow streaks. 


GoldRush: A great disease resistant and easy to grow variety for the PNW. Productive crops of sweet-tart crisp golden  fruit. Amazing keeper and good in cider. Developed at Purdue U in 1972. 


Golden Russet: “The champagne of old-time cider apples”. Highly flavored, high sugar content, scab resistant, great keeper.


Gravenstein: A classic high quality dessert and cooking fruit. Fruit is yellow-red, ripens early, and very delicious. ***

Grimes Golden: Originated in 1832 in Virginia. The more flavorful parent of Golden Delicious. Self-fertile.


Honeycrisp: Loved for its very sweet-tart flavor, honey aroma, and crisp juicy flesh. Beautiful red striped over yellow fruit. U of Minnesota release in 1991.


Hudson's Golden Gem: Discovered in a hedgerow in Tangent, Oregon. Large golden brown russeted fruit has an appealing sweet nutty flavor, reminiscent of a pear. Disease resistant and a good keeper.


Jonagold: Top scores in taste tests and quickly becoming a new leading PNW commercial variety. Yellow/green skin with red stripes, rich full flavor. ***


Karmijin de Sonnaville: Incredibly aromatic flavor. Brick red over yellow green fruit. Good winter keeper. A cross of Cox Orange Pippin x Jonathon developed in the Netherlands.

Lemon Pippin: Reported to be “off the charts” in Vitamin C, this is a nutrient dense, very tart apple for fresh eating, cooking, and cider. From Nick Botner’s legendary orchard in Yoncalla,  Oregon. Botner has the largest private collection of apples in N America including many you’ve never heard of. Though this variety is new to us, we are super excited to trial this very rare fruit. Be brave and join us in the trial!


Liberty: Free yourself from apple scab and other diseases! One of the most dependable varieties to grow in the PNW. Beautiful dark red skin with crisp bright white flesh. Great for fresh eating and baking. 


Newtown Pippin: One of the oldest American heirlooms, well known in the 18-19th centuries. Very versatile fruit with excellent flavor, good fresh, cooked or in cider. Late ripener, very vigorous tree once established.  

Pendragon: A sweet and tangy, deeply red fleshed apple dating back to the 1100s in SW England. Another propagation from Nick Botner’s orchard in Yoncalla, Oregon. Botner has the largest private collection of apples in N America including many you’ve never heard of. Though this variety is new to us, we are super excited to trial this very rare fruit. Be brave and join us in the trial!


Pink Lady: Very sweet-tart flavor. Pink-blush over yellow fruit with crisp finely grained white flesh. Attractive pink blossoms. Good keeper.

Red Emma: A large crab apple with dark red skin and very  deep red flesh. Larger and less tart than Almata crab. Truly beautiful PNW original apple.  First documented by Delbert McCombs of Earth’s Rising Nursery in 2016.


Roxbury Russet: Said to be the oldest American apple, dating back to 1649 Massachusetts. High sugar content, good winter keeper. 


Shaphran Letnij: A Russian variety that with a reputed nutty, rich, cardamon aroma! Another from Nick Botner’s orchard in Yoncalla, Oregon. Botner has the largest private collection of apples in N America including many you’ve never heard of. Though this variety is new to us, we are super excited to trial this very rare fruit. Be brave and join us in the trial!


Spartan: A disease resistant McIntosh cross with abundant crops of dark red, medium fruit. Juicy texture with aromatic flavor. Mid-late ripening. Good keeper. 


Spitzenburg: An all purpose keeper apple. Beautiful bright red fruit with a rich sweet-tart flavor. Supposedly Thomas Jefferson’s favorite apple, but there are lots of varieties he never tried. 


Sweet Bough: Claimed to be one of the best of all American old-time early apples. Juicy, tender and crisp, with honey-sweet flavour. Medium yellow green fruit great for fresh eating. Not a keeper. Discovered in the north east around 1817.


Sweet Sixteen: From U of Minnesota: Crisp and juicy with an exotic yellow flesh and a very sweet, unusual sugar cane or spicy cherry candy flavor. The fruit stores for 5 to 8 weeks. The tree is very vigorous and fruit may be subject to premature drops. Introduced in 1977. Ripens late September.


Williams’ Pride:  A dependable early ripening, deep purple red apple. Amazing sweet tart flavor superior to many early apples. Very disease resistant. 

WineCrispA modern disease-resistant apple variety, with a pleasing spicy aromatic flavor. Crisp flesh and an attractive dull red-wine flush, with some occasional russeting. Late-ripening variety, flavor improves after storage.

Winesap: An American heirloom, also known as Virginia Winesap. Was a main commercial variety in VA in the 19th century.  Versatile fruit with tangy flavor. Late keeper.


Winter Red Flesh Crab: A stunning tree with bronze leaves and abundant purple flowers. Quarter-sized deeply red-fleshed fruit. Great for red apple sauce, jelly, or rosé cider. 


Wynooche Early: Discovered in Aberdeen, WA! Super dependable, very early variety with awesome flavor. Great fresh or cooked. Tastes and keeps better than many early apples. A must have for the PNW orchard. 


Zabergäu Renette: Very delicious and dependable with large russeted brown fruit. Dense cripst texture with rich nutty flavor. Scab free. From Baden-Württemberg, Germany.