Dwarf Jonathan Apple Trees
Most Popular Apple Tree for Your Yard
Ever drive down a neighborhood road and see a nice round apple tree with bright, shiny red fruit? If so, you’ve probably seen a Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree, one of the most popular apple trees for yards and gardens.
Dwarf Jonathan Apple Trees bloom in springtime, and produce fruit in the fall, from mid-September through October. These trees are adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions, and in partial to full sun, they will grow to a mature height of 15 feet, and a width of up to 15 feet.
If you’re looking for a fantastic apple tree in zones 4-8 that produces great tasting fruit, try the Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree.
Apples trees must "cross-pollinate" to produce fruit. Since two trees of the same apple variety cannot cross pollinate, this tree is best paired with the Yellow Delicious Apple Tree, to produce the maximum fruit yield.
Our trees are carefully pruned. They will arrive already "branched", allowing them to provide fresh fruit years earlier than the "whip" style apple trees found elsewhere. If you are planting your Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree in a lawn area, remove the turf in a four-foot diameter circle, then plant the tree in the center.
Dreaming of a hot and delicious apple pie on that crisp fall day? No driving to the market. No buying two-week old apples. No worrying what pesticides were sprayed on store-bought fruit. Just walk out to the yard and pick your own fresh, delicious, apples from your very own Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree!