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Apple trees
Akane,
Alkmene,
Antonovka,
Arkansas Black,
Ashmead's Kernel,
Baldwin,
Black Oxford,
Braeburn,
Bramley's Seedling,
Burgundy,
Calville Blanc,
Chieftain,
Claygate Pearmain,
Cortland,
Court Pendu Plat,
Cox's Orange Pippin,
Cripps Pink,
Cripps Red,
Duchess of Oldenburg,
Egremont Russet,
Ellison's Orange,
Elstar,
Empire,
Enterprise,
Fiesta,
Florina,
Freedom,
Freyberg,
Fuji,
Gala,
Galarina,
Ginger Gold,
Golden Delicious,
Golden Russet,
GoldRush,
Granny Smith,
Gravenstein,
Grimes Golden,
Holstein,
Honeycrisp,
Hubbardston Nonsuch,
Irish Peach,
Isaac Newton's Tree,
James Grieve,
Jonagold,
Jonathan,
Karmijn de Sonnaville,
Keepsake,
Kidd's Orange Red,
King David,
King of Tompkins County,
Lady (Api),
Liberty,
Lord Lambourne,
Macoun,
McIntosh,
Mutsu (Crispin),
Newtown Pippin,
Northern Spy,
Orleans Reinette,
Pitmaston Pine Apple,
Pixie Crunch,
Priscilla,
Pristine,
Red Delicious,
Redfree,
Rhode Island Greening,
Ribston Pippin,
Roxbury Russet,
Rubinette,
Saint Edmund's Russet,
Sansa,
Snow Apple / Fameuse,
Spartan,
Spitzenburg,
Sturmer Pippin,
Sweet Sixteen,
Tydeman's Late Orange,
Winesap,
Winter Banana,
Wolf River,
Worcester Pearmain,
Yellow Transparent,
Zabergau Reinette,
Zestar!.


Fruit tree collections

American heirloom apple trees
A collection of antique apple varieties that were in use before the 1850s, a good starting point for a traditional heritage orchard.
Apple trees for southern California
Apple trees which are suitable for growing in southern California and other Mediterranean climates, and can tolerate high summer heat and short winters.
Apple trees for the northern states
Winter-hardy apple trees which should grow and crop reliably in colder climates and zones 3-5.
Apple trees for the south-eastern states
A collection of apple trees suitable for growing in zones 7 and 8 of the south eastern states.
Apple trees for USDA zones 3 and 4
Apple trees which may grow successfully in the very cold climates of USDA zone 3 and zone 4.
Cox's Orange Pippin substitutes
Apple varieties related to Cox's Orange Pippin that can be grown in North America.
Easy apple trees for the USA
A collection of apple tree varieties that will grow in most situations in the USA, and provide good results with the minimum of effort or knowledge required on the part of the gardener!
Top 10 apple varieties suitable for organic growing
These are apple varieties which are suitable for growing organically. They are either strong old-fashioned trouble-free varieties which do not seem to be bothered by the usual apple diseases of scab, canker, or mildew - or modern disease-resistant varieties.


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