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A grafted fast-growing tree with good disease resistance produces abundant annual crops of 1 ¾" crabapples that are good for eating out of hand and the deer. It is a highly vigorous tree and produces fruit annually. I have seen excellent resistance to cedar apple rust, fireblight, and powdery mildew in a no-spray situation. I have seen apple scab develop on leaves and fruit in a no-spray situation in years of excessive rain. Prime Time Crab will begin dropping in the last weeks of October and continue through November and December. This crabapple also is dropping a lot of fruit into December here in Pennsylvania and is one I wouldn't have a fruit orchard without this tree in it. It doesn't take but to look at my pictures of this tree, and you can see why I would not have an orchard with a few prime time crabs growing in it. For a video of a young Prime Time Crab, CLICK HERE. The tree is highly productive and provides a maximum draw at just a perfect time. This tree will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness zones 5-8Select options
$19.95 – $34.95
This Grafted crabapple is a prolific tree meaning it bears heavily and annually. The Road Kill Crab™ is an exceptional tree. It is disease resistant, producing heavily on one year old wood, making for a tree with weeping branches loaded with crabapples. These 1'' to 1 1/2" crabapples are spicy tart and very attractive to the whitetail deer. Roadkill crab™ has extreme vigor and grows exceptionally fast. The original Road Kill crab™ tree has claimed a lot of deer as it hangs over the roadside. There is always Road kill deer lying on the Road beneath the original Road Kill Crab™ tree. This tree earned its name and has proven to be exceptional when looking to feed or attract deer as it drops fruit from late October well into December. Road Kill Crab™ is very precocious and generally bears fruit the same year as planting. This tree is self-fertile and has extreme vigor among the cultivars grown here. In a no-spray situation, I have seen excellent resistance to apple scab, cedar apple rust, powdery mildew, and fireblight or immunity. The mature height of Road kill Crab™ is 20'+. Plant Hardiness Zone 4b-8.Select options
$18.00 – $31.00
This grafted tree produces heavy annual crops of 1 1/2’’ crabapples. This tree begins dropping the beginning of October with a steady drop of roughly 100 apples a day from what seems like an endless supply!! Sonofcal™ is always loaded with apples and deer sign under it! If you take a look all the way in the top of this tree, you can see apples on every branch except this years growth. When there’s that many apples on 1-year old wood, it’s a sure sign of a strong early producing tree! This picture is from late Febuary and this tree was still holding a small fraction of the apple crop that it was carrying back in October and the flesh inside these crab apples was still intact and remained very palatable. The Sonofcal™ crab apples were still dropping consistently in mid February and keeping the “100 apples per day” pace that it did all season and the sign below it showed the appreciation from the deer in the area. This tree has good disease resistance leaves and fruit stay pretty clean. In a no spray situation, I have seen excellent resistance to cedar apple rust, also resistance to apple scab, powdery mildew and fireblight. Sonofcal™ will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness zones 5-8Select options
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This grafted tree is extremely cold hardy, originating from plant hardiness zone 4a.
Sweet Dog is a 2" applecrab with a complex yet sweet flavor. This tree has fruited heavily after receiving -41 degree temperatures and has proven itself to be a consistently heavy and annual producer. Sweet Dog ripens and drops around the same time period as the Chestnut Crab, dropping fruit mainly during the month of September with a few lasting into October. This grafted tree is a great tree to add to your management plan or combine it with Chestnut Crab adding two cold hardy trees that would give you diversity in your plantings program. This applecrab is also a great addition into a cider mix.
Sweet Dog is showing some great resistance with no Apple Scab, Cedar Apple Rust, Fireblight or Powdery Mildew on this tree in a no spray situation. Mature height is 20'+ and suitable for plant hardiness zones 3-7.
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Sweet November Crab™ is a grafted tree which bears a 2" sweet tasting applecrab. The parent tree originates from Northern New York in plant hardiness zone 4 and has seen temperatures as low as -35 degrees. It’s easy to see by its pictures (pictures are from 12/1 and 50% has dropped) that this tree produces a very heavy crop of exceptionally nice sized crabs in Northern New York that drop from early November into January. I believe that once this cultivar is grafted and growing above and below the 40th degree latitude (northern and southern states) we all will see a very nice November/December drop.
As the month of November arrives, most varieties of fruit trees sold commercially will be vacant of fruit. Having varieties such as Sweet November (along with many of our other late dropping cultivars) can create something special as illustrated from just a few pictures shared from among thousands of trail camera photos. While having fruit hitting the ground during late season such as Sweet November you will attract and hold enough does that bucks will definitely be cruising these specific trees looking for receptive does.
Sweet November crab™ is presently growing in the vicinity of 1,000's of other wild apple trees and is showing good resistance to Apple Scab, C.A.R, Powdery Mildew and Fireblight here in the Northeast. The leaves and fruit are very clean in this very big huge old tree with weeping limbs from all the years of carrying a heavy fruit load. Plant Hardiness zones 4 - 7.
Mature height 20'+
$18.00 – $31.00
This grafted crabapple is a tree grows very upright, nicely spread, and exhibits good resistance to common apple tree diseases. In a no spray situation Trailman showed excellent resistance to apple scab and cedar apple rust. Trailman crabapple produces heavy annual crops of 2’’ applecrabs. It is an excellent tasting apple that drops free from the tree in mid-August. I would explain the tast as tropical with good texture. Simply a great apple to start that feeding pattern. Trailman crabapple will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness Zones 3-8.Select options
$18.00 – $31.00
Whole Season™ crabapple is a very precocious tree that will fruit aggressively at an early age, grows 1 1/2” “Honey Crisp tasting” apples, has good resistance to common apple tree diseases and insects, produces heavy annual crops, and is a very vigorous growing tree. While no tree is immune to insect pests, I have watched coddling moth remove many standard size apples in my tree plots, while Whole Season maintained a heavy fruit load. Whole Season™ Crabapple will begin dropping the last week of September and persist into the New Year, with a majority of the crabapples being released from the tree during October/November. The unique aspect of Whole Season is that the crabapples ripen unevenly which provides a very nice extended drop time. The deer are still visiting this tree all December long and into the New Year. Whether its October or December, the apples are cleaned up every night. Apples will continue to drop through January, making this the perfect food plot tree. They even remain very palatable and attractive to the whitetail deer at this time. This tree was still highly desired by the deer with a few hundred other wild apple trees in this area and several commercial apple orchards within the immediate area of this wild tree. Whole Season™ will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness zones 5 – 8. To see a video of why this tree got named Whole season click here.Select options
$6.00 – $9.00
The wild crabapple trees are grown from seed derived from Dolgo crabapples. These are not grafted trees. Therefore, each tree will be unique and one-of-a-kind new crabapple variety. If you click on the pictures, you will see many variations of fruit coming from dolgo seedlings. These trees will produce crabapples edible to grouse, turkeys, and, most importantly, the white-tailed deer. You will see many variations amongst each tree, such as fruit size, drop times, taste, disease resistance. Trees grown from malus dolgo will typically improve the disease resistance and produce a great abundance of crab apples. For a short video on our Wild Crabapples, Click Here. These will grow a 20'+ tall tree and do well in just about any soil type and condition. Planting wild crabapple trees is an excellent choice for feathered field edges or if you have a vacant field and looking to provide a food source falling from above. Create a crabapple thicket when spacing them 10' to 15'. These are great for many habitat improvements in creating a food source for all wildlife. When grafting trees planted for wildlife, Malus Dolgo also makes an excellent rootstock, possibly the best rootstock. The Wild crabapples for sale are above the grade for rootstock. They are of bigger diameter and better rooted. These are not conservation-grade trees. These are pruned to 2'-3' with 3/8''+ in diameter and very well-rooted, or you can select 3' - 4' with the terminal bud attached. Suitable for plant hardiness zones 3 - 8. Note: These Are Dolgo X Dolgo. You will see variations from the original Dolgo but variations that make significant habitat improvements! You can see in the pictures the different variations of fruit grown from Dolgo. These can be grown in tree tubes and when a tree of this vigor is to be magnified in mass plantings allows for something exceptional if you're looking for that crabapple thicket with fruit constantly dropping. Spring Shipping Only/ Select Your Shipping Date at Checkout For 2-3' only Bulk Discount 20 trees $3.75 each 50+ trees $3.25 each.Select options
$18.00 – $31.00
This grafted crabapple produces a 1 ¾” and has a flesh that remains very palatable at a time when food supplies are low. Winter Crabarina™ will offer amazing attraction whether you’re looking to do a little late season hunting or just help your deer herd through the tough winter months. This prolific tree has excellent resistance to common apple tree diseases, is very productive, and a very late dropping crabapple with very heavy fruit loads. In a no spray situation I have seen excellent resistance or immunity to apple scab, cedar apple rust, fireblight and powdery mildew. The first picture is from December 5th, the second from January 21st, and the third one of the apple is from mid-February. As you can see, the flesh is still very intact even after many freeze/thaw cycles! This tree is very productive, fruits profusely on 1-year old wood, very vigorous and early producing. For a video to see what Winter Crabarina™ looked like the following year after these pictures click here. This tree will reach a mature height of 20'+. Plant Hardiness Zones 5-8Select options