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Apples

  1. Braeburn Apple Tree
    Braeburn
  2. Cortland Apple
    Cortland
  3. Empire Apple
    Empire
  4. Fireside Apple
    Fireside
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Braeburn Apple
Late harvest season and heavy producing tree. Apples have excellent storage Life. The skin is green overlaid with red. It is crisp without being hard and very juicy. It snaps cleanly to the bite with an immediate rush of strong apple flavors that is sharp, refreshing with a good balance of sweetness. Wonderful for cooking or eating fresh. Hardy to -30 degrees. Maximum Elevation: 6500ft
​Cortland Apple
Very Hardy, Well known McIntosh variety. Medium sized, somewhat flat, bright red apple with spritely, tropical flavor. Flesh is crisp, tender and juicy. Excellent for eating, baking, and ciders. Cortland is best for fresh eating soon after it is picked. An interesting characteristic of Cortland is that the flesh doesnt go brown as fast after slicing. The tree is a heavy bearer, disease resistant, and a great pollinator for all other apples. Hardy to -30 Degrees. Max Elevation 8,500ft
Empire Apple
(McIntosch and Red Delicious) Attractive red fruit with sweet flavor and firm texture. Excellent pollinator. Disease resistant. Ideal lunch box apple, keeps well and doesnt bruise easily. Empire has all of the qualities growers look for, easy maintenance, strong well shaped trees, attractive apples, and heavy crops. Ripens early October. Hardy, High Elevation Okay.
Fireside Apple
A super hardy, disease resistant tree. Prolific grower. Large fruit, aromatic, sweet flavor. The fragrance can permeate a kitchen at room temperature. Ripens mid to late October. Excellent for eating or deserts. Long keeping. A cross between McIntosh and the Longfeild apple. Max Elevation 8,000
  1. Fuji Apple
    Fuji
  2. Gala Apple
    Gala
  3. Granny Smith Apple
    Granny Smith
Fuji
A vigorous, and highly productive tree with pink small to medium pretty apples. Flavor is sweet, refreshing and snaps cleanly- great for baking and fresh eating. Snaps Cleanly to the bite. Does well in high elevations. Max. Elevation 8000ft
Gala
One of the most widely grown apple trees. They tree is large, well formed and sturdy. Very reliable producer in Colorado. This all purpose apple is hard to beat. Hard, crisp, semi-sweet tart with a long storage life.  Max Elevation 8,000 ft
Granny Smith
Everyone is familiar with this tart green apple. Good for fresh eating, pies and sauces. One of the few green apples that grow in Colorado. Hardy to -20 degrees, Maximum Elevation 6500 ft
  1. Gravenstein Apple
    Gravenstein
  2. Haralson Apple
    Haralson
  3. Honeycrisp Apple
    Honeycirsp
Gravenstein
The Gravenstein apple is considered by many to be one of the best all-around apples with a sweet-tart flavor and makes excellent pies , sauces and ciders. Considered an early apple- cold hardy to zone 2. (This means it can more than withstand anything Colorado throws at it and ripens before the frost)  Pairs well with Norland, Lodi, or Cortland for pollination.
Haralson
One of the hardiest trees! Disease Resistant, Reliable producer! We get delicious apples every year in the pots at the nursery. Reliable producer at an early age. Crisp, tart, tangy and juicy with great texture. Great all purpose apple that is especially perfect for fresh eating. Hardy to -40 degrees. Maximim Elevation 8500ft
Honeycrisp
This well known commercially produced apple is another great hardy variety for Colorado. Exceptionally sweet, crisp and juicy. Ripens in September and also known for its reliability.  An excellent eating apple, and can be used for baking and cooking. Hardy to -35 degrees. Max Elevation 8500ft. If  you are living Rocky Mountain High-Pair Haralson and Honeycrisp for the most productive crop.
  1. Honeygold Apple Tree
    Honeygold
  2. Jonathon Apple
    Jonathon
  3. Liberty Apple
    Liberty
  4. Lodi Apple
    Lodi
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Honeygold
(Yellow Delicious and Haralson)   All purpose apple. 3 month storage life. Taste like  Golden Delicious with a kiss of honey. Crisp, Greenish yellow apple with a bronze blush. Good for high elevations. Hardy to -50 degrees. Maximum Elevation 7500ft
Jonathon
This perfect pie apple is medium sized and covered in a thin red skin, blushed with yellow to green undertones. . The fine textured flesh of the Jonathon apple is creamy yellow in color with a crisp bite and lots of juice for ciders. Its flavor is mildly sweet with a tart tang and subtle hints of spice. 
Liberty
Well known for its excellent disease resistance. This tree is is strong and fast growing and blends nicely with Colorado climate diversity. Apples are good keepers, holding their sweet tart flavor and crisp texture for months in cool storage. Great all purpose apple. 
Lodi
An excellent early apple, ripens fast. Fruits resemble Yellow Transparent but are larger and keep longer. A must for pies and sauces! Hardy, Productive and Disease resistant. Ripens early August and likes high Elevations.
  1. McIntosh Apple Tree
    McIntosh
  2. Norland Apple
    Norland
  3. Red Delicious Apple
    Red Delicious
  4. Spitzenburg Apple
    Spitzenburg
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Macintosh
One of North Americas great apple varieties. This tree has been crossed with many other apple varieties. This stirdy tree has vigorous growth is very hardy and likes high elevations. Apple is medium sized, sweet, red and tender-crunchy and juicy when fresh off the tree. Its a mainstay for juice and ciders. They keep reasonably well, yet are best stright off of the tree for crunch.
Norland
A short statured tree that is extremely hardy. An early season apple, ripening late August. Perfect for high plains and colder climates. It has large, good quality eggshaped sweet apples that are plentiful and best for ciders or eaten right away. Cold Hardy to -40 degrees. Great for High Altitude.
Red Delicious
Why is this tree so commercially available? A regular in lunch boxes across America? LONGEST SHELF LIFE!  The tree is extremely disease resistant, productive, strong and easy to grow. The apples last for a very long time and its heavy waxy coating is hard to damage. Ripens mid October. Max Elevation 8500ft
Spitzenburg
Heirloom variety. Thomas Edisons Favorite. Unexcelled in flavor or quality, the fruit is great off the tree, but flavor improves in storage. Medium apple with crisp, yellow skin covered with red stripes and freckles. Flesh is firm, aromatic, and complex in flavor. A perfect balance between sharp and sweet. 
  1. Wealthy Apple Tree
    Wealthy
  2. Winesap Apple
    Winesap
  3. Winter Banana Apple
    Winter Banana
  4. Yellow Delicious Apple
    Yellow delicious
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​Wealthy
Extremely winter hardy tree, Small and sturdy, producing high quality fruit for dessert and culinary use. Medium to large size, skin red and yellow when first picked for cooking . Wealthy is crisp, juicy, with a distinct, sprightly, fruity flavor. Early harvest, about Late August. Maximum Elevation 8500 ft
​​Winesap
Heirloom Apple with a late harvest Season, usually October. Medium sized fruit with a coarse, crisp, especially juicy texture with a long shelf life. Distinctive vinuous taste  mild with subtle overtones. Apple of connisuers-Prized for its culinary uses, and taste great fresh. Hardy to -20, Max Elevation 7000ft
Winter Banana
Winter Banana is an heirloom cultivar with high-quality fruit used for fresh eating. The fruit is large, with smooth yellow skin . The flesh is rather coarse textured, moderately soft, sweet and aromatic. Late Season. Mid October. Max Elevation 7500ft
​Yellow Delicious
Hardy upright Tree. Fruit is medium to large with a golden appearance. High yeilds on a reliable producer. Long Shelf Life and tree hardiness makes this one the the country's most popular apple. This all purpose, large yellow sweet apple ripens late and is extra juicy ithout any trace of bitterness or tartness. A very reliable pollinator for all apples. Hardy to -30 degrees. Maximum Elevation 8,500ft
  1. Yellow Transparent Apple
    Yellow Transparent
​Yellow Transparent
Skin is clear Yellow. Precious and productive tree. Tree is tall and known for its ability to bear when very young and its capacity to produce heavy crops. It is one of the first apples to ripen during the growing season. Highly prized for wonderfully tasty and creamy Applesauce and is rarely used for fresh eating.
Fuji
A vigorous, and highly productive tree with pink small to medium apples. Flavor is sweet, refreshing-great for sauces or fresh eating. Snaps Cleanly to the bite. Does well in high elevations. Max. Elevation 8000ft
Gala
One of the most widely grown apple trees. They tree is large, well formed and sturdy. Very reliable producer in Colorado. This all purpose apple is hard to beat. Hard, crisp, semi-sweet tart with a long storage life.  Max Elevation 8,000 ft
Granny Smith
Everyone is familiar with this tart green apple. Good for fresh eating, pies and sauces. One of the few green apples that grow in Colorado. Hardy to -20 degrees, Maximum Elevation 6500 ft
Gravenstein
The Gravenstein apple is considered by many to be one of the best all-around apples with a sweet-tart flavor and makes excellent pies , sauces and ciders. Considered an early apple- cold hardy to zone 2. (This means it can more than withstand anything Colorado throws at it and ripens before the frost)  Pairs well with Norland, Goodland, or Cortland for pollination.
Haralson
One of the hardiest trees! Disease Resistant, Reliable producer! We get delicious apples every year in the pots at the nursery. Reliable producer at an early age. Crisp, tart, tangy and juicy with great texture. Great all purpose apple that is especially perfect for fresh eating. Hardy to -40 degrees. Maximim Elevation 8500ft
Honeycrisp
This well known commercially produced apple is another great hardy variety for Colorado. Exceptionally sweet, crisp and juicy. Ripens in September and also known for its reliability.  An excellent eating apple, and can be used for baking and cooking. Hardy to -35 degrees. Max Elevation 8500ft. If  you are living Rocky Mountain High-Pair Haralson and Honeycrisp for the most productive crop.
Honeygold
(Yellow Delicious and Haralson)   All purpose apple. 3 month storage life. Taste like  Golden Delicious with a kiss of honey. Crisp, Greenish yellow apple with a bronze blush. Good for high elevations. Hardy to -50 degrees. Maximum Elevation 7500ft
Jonathon
This perfect pie apple is medium sized and covered in a thin red skin, blushed with yellow to green undertones. . The fine textured flesh of the Jonathon apple is creamy yellow in color with a crisp bite and lots of juice for ciders. Its flavor is mildly sweet with a tart tang and subtle hints of spice. 
Liberty
Well known for its excellent disease resistance. This tree is is strong and fast growing and blends nicely with Colorado climate diversity. Apples are good keepers, holding their sweet tart flavor and crisp texture for months in cool storage. Great all purpose apple. 
Lodi
An excellent early apple, ripens fast. Fruits resemble Yellow Transparent but are larger and keep longer. A must for pies and sauces! Hardy, Productive and Disease resistant. Ripens early August and likes high Elevations.
Macintosh
One of North Americas great apple varieties. This tree has been crossed with many other apple varieties. This stirdy tree has vigorous growth is very hardy and likes high elevations. Apple is medium sized, sweet, red and tender-crunchy and juicy when fresh off the tree. Its a mainstay for juice and ciders. They keep reasonably well, yet are best stright off of the tree for crunch.
Norland
A short statured tree that is extremely hardy. An early season apple, ripening late August. Perfect for high plains and colder climates. It has large, good quality eggshaped sweet apples that are plentiful and best for ciders or eaten right away. Cold Hardy to -40 degrees. Great for High Altitude.
Red Delicious
Why is this tree so commercially available? A regular in lunch boxes across America? LONGEST SHELF LIFE!  The tree is extremely disease resistant, productive, strong and easy to grow. The apples last for a very long time and its heavy waxy coating is hard to damage. Ripens mid October. Max Elevation 8500ft
Spitzenburg
Heirloom variety. Thomas Edisons Favorite. Unexcelled in flavor or quality, the fruit is great off the tree, but flavor improves in storage. Medium apple with crisp, yellow skin covered with red stripes and freckles. Flesh is firm, aromatic, and complex in flavor. A perfect balance between sharp and sweet. 
​Wealthy
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