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Triumph Apple 3-5 ft tree

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$36.00 USD
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$36.00 USD
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A brand-new variety, released just this year from researchers at the University of Minnesota! With the consumer-favorite Honeycrisp and grower-favorite Liberty as its parents, Triumph bears attractive fruit with excellent scab resistance, great fresh eating qualities and long storage life.cIdeal for backyards and organic orchards. Ripens in late September, about a week before Honeycrisp.table for direct market and organic producers .

M7 rootstock: These trees are grafted onto the semi-dwarfing M7 rootstock, so they will only grow 50-65% the size of a standard, full-sized apple tree. They are reliably productive, hardy, and quick to bear. They may need staking early in life. They are great where space is tight.

Apples thrive in Vermont. You need to have at least two different varieties for pollination; however, apples are common enough in Vermont that you can often get away with planting one if a neighbor has a few trees. Wild trees or crab apples growing nearby can also serve as pollinators. More pollen often means more and larger fruit. Plant in a well-drained spot with good sun. We grow and sell varieties that perform well in our climate and growing conditions. Varieties listed as “heirloom” originated before 1900.

If you are planting a few trees, consider selecting varieties with different uses or ripening times. If you are planning to make hard cider, add a cider variety or two to blend with more typical dessert fruit.