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Lockdown Crab™ is a applecrab and is a new cultivar to the Wildlife Management World, actually new to the World and is a product of natural selection.
This grafted applecrab produces heavy crops of 2” fruit, and drops the major portion of its fruit during the month of November and a few continuing into December. When planted in an area that it blooms from mid to late May in the north, Lockdown Crab™ will ripen and begin to drop in late October with the main drop during that important mid November period. If your planting below the 40th parallel north I'm sure you will see this drop time shift and become a few weeks earlier as you go south of it.
This sweet applecrab is heavy bearing and an annual producer. It also shows resistance to C.A.R., Apple Scab, Powdery Mildew and Fireblight here in the Northeast.
Lockdown Crab™ has readily tolerated temperatures of -35 degrees making it well suited for Northern Climates. With all of its great qualities, Lockdown Crab ™ would be a beneficial component when looking for an enticing food source for wildlife north of the 40th latitude, at a time during that critical lockdown period. Lockdown Crab ™ will have a mature height of 20’+. Plant Hardiness Zone 4-7.
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Norland apple is a very cold hardy apple originating from Saskatchewan, Canada. The tree grows well into plant hardiness zone 3 which makes this apple ideal for those in northern regions. It's almost as important to have the first soft mast falling as it is the last and this tree does just that. Norland apple ripens early and begins falling free from the tree in late July with a drop period of about three weeks in the northern part of the United states. This tree is an annual producer and a stable early season soft mast crop for all wildlife.
Norland is a natural semi-dwarf tree, very precocious that annually produces a small to medium sized apple that is sweet tasting with a crisp texture. In a no spray situation as seen in these pictures Norland apple is a very clean tree showing no scab, powdery mildew, blight and especially cedar apple rust. Norland could definitely find its place in the Wildlife managers lineup especially for the whitetail enthusiast looking for a year round program. The Vigor is very good when grafted onto dolgo roots. This tree is suitable for plant hardiness zones 3-7. Mature height of about 20'
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This grafted tree produces a standard size apple with great taste along with excellent disease resistance. This tree has excellent resistance to apple scab, cedar apple rust and fireblight in a no spray situation. This tree stays very clean here and has remarkable growth. It ripens early but is a great tree and produces a desert quality apple. A great apple for eating out of hand and many peoples favorite. The Priscilla apple has consistent crops making it an excellent source for your wildlife and some early trail camera photos. Priscilla will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness zones 4-8.Select options
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The RubyRush™ apple is a cross between two popular apple trees widely planted for wildlife Enterprise and Goldrush apple. This apple tree has excellent resistance to apple scab, FireBlight, and Cedar Apple rust in a no-spray situation. The fruit is crisp and great for fresh eating on the way to the stand or feeding wildlife as this fruit ripens and begins falling in October and continues into November here in Pennsylvania. RubyRush™ is vigorous and maybe too productive as it can go into bi-annual bearing if not thinned. However, I will take a disease-free apple falling at the right time on my properties and as many as possible. RubyRush™ is suitable for plant hardiness zones 4b-7. Mature height will be 20'+—plant Hardiness zones map.Select options
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Rusty’s Favorite™ is a grafted cultivar that is extremely productive tree with a drop period from mid September through mid October. This tree is a standard apple producing a 3'' apple no matter the fruit load that is on the tree, it is consistent and no need for thinning. This tree produces a large and sweet apple that's taste is comparable to that of a Macintosh apple, and is about perfect in size and shape even in a no spray situation. The apple has a nice sweet crunch with low tannins and excellent flavor. Rusty's favorite™ is a vigorous growing tree among the top 20% of apples trees grafted and grown here.
Among its many unique qualities such as the shear number of apples it produces, along with its great taste, it has excellent disease resistance here in the Northeast, in my opinion I would say it surpasses most of the modern day disease resistant varieties of apples available on the market today. Rusty's favorite™ is one of the cleanest, best tasting wild growing trees I have ever seen.
The original tree is 70+ years old and has received temperatures as low as -25 degrees making it well suited for northern climates. This is an incredible apple and ideal for a low maintenance Wildlife orchard. This grafted apple tree is annually productive and originates from Northwest Pennsylvania. This tree is found residing in a region of the state that has thousands upon thousands of wild apple trees and yet sets itself apart by being one of a kind. There is no need to thin this tree because it easily handles its fruit load and manages to mature to a very nice sized apple. Mature height will be 20'+. Plant hardiness zones 4b to 7.
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Some trees can produce fruit each year as sure as the sun comes up tomorrow, and Turning Point™ is just one of those trees. This grafted apple crab produces heavy crops of giant crabs to 2"+ sweet apples annually that hold well to the tree and drop from Mid-October well on through winter. A good portion of this fruit will fall during Late October and into November for most of the country's northern half. If you're like me, you want your property to peak in November. I like that the Turning Point™ tree ripens unevenly and gives me a substantial drop during a pivotal point in buck movement in November here in the NorthEast. Turning point™ apple is a Late-season apple by the sheer fact that it produces so much that the drop continues well into winter. This apple tree shows strong resistance to C.A.R, Apple Scab, powdery mildew, and fireblight here in the Northeast. Turning Point™ is a tree that does not ripen at the same time. A huge bonus! This tree will have deer looking for its sweet-tasting fruit in October as apples start falling. That dependable attraction will continue well into the winter months. Turning point™ is a tree that has already proven fantastic here in the north. I believe that this tree will prove itself to possibly be one of the best late-season apple trees to hit the south that has ever come along. I could write on and on about this tree, but it's easier for me to show you a video. Click Here to see the video. Turning Point™ has readily seen temperatures of -35 degrees, making it well suited for Northern Climates With all of its great qualities, Turning Point™ is an essential Mid and late-season apple tree for providing a substantial food source for all wildlife, especially deer, even into the winter months Turning point™ apple will have a mature height of 20'+ Suitable for plant hardiness zones 4-7Select options
The Wild Apple Trees for sale will produce an edible apple typically 2'' - 3'' in diameter. These wild apple trees will resemble those growing around old farmsteads and in fence rows here in the North East. Trees will reach a height of 20'+, grow very well in almost any soil type or condition. These apple trees are not conservation-grade seedlings. Therefore these will be pruned back to 2'-3', have an extensive root system, and a diameter of 3/8''+. Wild Apple trees are an inexpensive tool for enhanced bedding areas, feathered field edges, creating an apple thicket, or any habitat improvements. CLICK HERE for a short video showing you what these will do in an apple thicket. Hardiness Zones 4 - 8 Spring Shipping Only/Select Your Shipping Date at the checkout Bulk Discount 20 trees $3.75 each 50+ trees $3.25 each.Read more
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Yates apple is a heavy annually productive grafted apple tree, really yates is an applecrab. With its “Southern Roots”, many people would think that the Yates apple isn’t a good Northern apple. Yet, this tree is thriving well in temperatures down to -25 degrees, making this a solid apple tree into zone 4b. Yates apple tree is a heavy annual producer with a great tasting 2'' applecrab and is very resistant to common apple tree diseases. Insects do not bother this tree as much as some other apple trees. In a no spray situation yates has excellent resistance to apple scab, fireblight, powdery mildew and good resistance to cedar apple rust. This tree has a great drop time of October, November, and well into December depending on how far north you are planting. In the south, yates will drop October into mid November. The farther you move this tree north the later it hangs. Here in Pennsylvania this tree is dropping in November and continues well into December. The trees as dependable as they come, the picture your looking at is of yates producing after a mid-May 26° freeze. Yates Apple tree will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness zones 4-8Select options