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Plants Matching usda hardiness zone 3

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(Apple, Haralred® Apple, Lautz Apple, Red Eating Apple)

This cultivar, Haralred®, is a medium-sized red apple with tart, juicy, firm flesh. It is a smallish, hardy deciduous tree that bears its fruits in clusters, with harvest coming in early autumn and the apples keeping three to five months in cold storage. The tree is precocious (starts fruiting young) and can fall into a pattern of bearing a heavy crop one year and a small crop the next. To even out the harvests, remove all but one or two of the apples in each cluster while they are still young and...

(Apple, Cooking Apple, Lodi Apple, Yellow Cooking Apple)

This cultivar, 'Lodi,' produce distinctive green-skinned apples that are large, high-quality, and very early. These are versatile apples, good for eating fresh and for cooking and superb for applesauce. They are crisp, tart, acidic, and slightly sweet. It is a medium-sized, hardy deciduous tree that matures its fruits in mid-summer. It needs another variety of apple nearby for pollination to produce full crops.

Like most domestic apples, ‘Lodi’ grows and fruits best in full sun in average, well-drained...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple, Cooking Apple)

Originating in Southborough, Massachusetts, around 1750, this once widely grown apple is now rare in cultivation.

Ripening in late summer or early autumn, the large spherical fruits have thick, tough, pale green skin with red streaks and splashes. The fine-textured yellowish flesh of this dessert or culinary apple is tender and juicy with a spicy-sweet flavor. The fruits keep well for several weeks after harvesting. The medium-sized trees bear moderate to heavy crops. For maximum yield, plant...

(Apple, Eating Apple, Mantet Apple)

Introduced in 1929 by the Morden Research Station in Morden, Manitoba, this hybrid of 'Tetofsky' bears excellent dessert apples on exceptionally cold-hardy trees.

Ripening in early to midsummer, the medium to large, spherical to slightly flattened fruits have greenish yellow, red-streaked skin. The fine-textured white flesh of this dessert apple is juicy, tender, and aromatic, with a zestful flavor. The fruits do not keep well. The vigorous, upright trees bear well each year, but are susceptible...

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Mark Kane

(Apple, McIntosh Apple, Red Eating Apple)

Nearly as well-known and widely-grown as an apple can be, ‘McIntosh’ has been a commercial and backyard favorite since 1798, when the original tree was selected in Canada. The fruits vary in size on the same tree but have in common a deep red skin underlain by green and a firm, tender, white flesh that is juicy, sub-acid, and aromatic. The tree is vigorous, medium-sized and rounded. Bloom and fruiting are heavy. Like all domestic apples it is descended from a species of apple found in southwestern...

(Apple, Cider Apple, Cooking Apple, Eating Apple, Norland Apple)

This cultivar, 'Norland,' has proved to be among the hardiest of all dessert apples, bearing good crops as far north as Zone 2. It is a large, sweet apple, yellow-green with a red blush, and very early, maturing in mid-to-late summer. The fruits are good fresh, and for cider, pies and applesauce, and hold well in cold storage up to four months if picked slightly before ripe. This is a small, deciduous tree that flowers in spring and can bear its first crop in its second or third year.

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Russell Stafford

(Apple, Cider Apple, Cooking Apple, Eating Apple, Northern Spy Apple)

Originating in East Bloomfield, New York, in the early nineteenth century, 'Northern Spy' is renowned for its delectable apples borne on vigorous, cold-hardy trees.

Ripening in early to mid-autumn, the large, rounded, typically flattened fruits have thin, greenish yellow, heavily red-flushed skin. The firm, fine-textured, yellowish-white flesh of this dessert or cooking apple is crisp, juicy, tender, and aromatic, with a robust flavor. The fruits keep well in storage, but require careful handling...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple)

Rarely cultivated today, this dessert apple originated in Tennessee in the early nineteenth century, apparently as a seedling of the popular cultivar 'Winesap.' The medium to large, flattish fruits of this late-season apple are dull red with dark red streaking and yellow-green undertones. The yellow-tinged, firm, grainy flesh is juicy and tender with a lively tart-sweet flavor. Paragon apples ripen in mid-fall and keep for several months in storage. <> Plant this antique cultivar near other apple...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple)

Noted for its cold-hardiness, this heirloom apple cultivar originated in Pewaukee, Wisconsin, in about 1870. A hybrid of 'Northern Spy' and 'Duchess of Oldenburg,' it bears medium to large, yellow-green fruits that become blushed and streaked with dull red. The white, coarse, juicy flesh has a mild flavor and fragrance. Pewaukee apples ripen in mid-fall and keep well for several months. This antique cultivar grows vigorously and bears reliably, and is relatively disease resistant. Plant it near other...

(Apple, Dwarf Apple, Eating Apple, Pinkabelle Apple)

Discovered in 1999 in Donnybrook, Western Australia, this sport of 'Cripps Pink' bears tasty, beautiful apples similar to those of its parent, but on dwarf plants. Like 'Cripps Pink', it tolerates hot summers and mild winters.

Ripening late in the season and holding well in storage, the medium-sized apples are rosy pink with yellow undertones. Their flesh is crisp, juicy, and slightly tarter than that of 'Golden Delcious'. The apples ripen in mid-fall on trees that grow only to head height. Self-fertile,...