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The Winesap Apple Tree is an heirloom variety and a heavy producer.
Winesap's spring blooms have more pink than other apples.
Winesap Apple apples are small with a spicy, wine-like flavor when eaten fresh or are perfect for cider and cooking.
This plant may not thrive in your area
If you're looking for the perfect apple tree, it doesn't get any better than the time-tested Winesap Apple Tree. They're exquisitely juicy with a strong, tart, spicy flavor comparable to wine (hence the name). In fact, the Winesap is a favorite for juicing and cider production.Plus, the Winesap is a money-saver. Your large harvest will ripen in mid-October and the fruit does perfectly fine on the vine through November. The best part: Your apples keep well for 3 months when refrigerated. Even better? The Winesap is versatile. You can pot your Winesap in a container to enjoy just about anywhere. We recommend your patio, or near a window where you can relish the view and sweet aroma. And though your Winesap will need to be paired with another variety for cross-pollination, the entire process is easy. We suggest any of the following to be planted within 50 feet of your Winesap for successful fruit-bearing: • Fuji Apple Tree (Low-Chill) • Gala Apple Tree • Granny Smith Apple Tree • McIntosh Apple Tree • Yellow Delicious Apple TreePlanting and care couldn't be simpler. The Winesap Apple Tree is resistant to mildew, cedar apple rust, and cold weather. So, under optimal conditions, you'll receive a great harvest the first year. Because we nurture your tree and won't ship it until it's ready to bear fruit, all you need to do is plant it and prepare to get an abundance of apples as soon as this fall.Order yours today to have these delicious apples this fall (and year after year)!
Winesap Apple Trees are not self-fertile. You will need to plant another variety to achieve fruiting. Below are the most effective pollinators we have chosen for your area...