Malus ‘Snapp Stayman’- Apple – 7-Gallon

$59.00

A highly colored branch sport of ’Stayman’ found in the orchard of Alfred Snapp at Winchester, Virginia. ‘Stayman’ is a seedling of Winesap raised in 1866 by Dr. J. Stayman of Kansas. The subacid flavor is distinctive because of its rich, tart and wine-like qualities. Very good for fresh eating, great for baking and applesauce and superb for adding tartness to cider – a good keeper to boot. ‘Stayman’ is a triploid apple that requires a pollenizer and is a poor pollenizer for other varieties. The moderately vigorous tree bears early and heavily. A late ripener – in our area from mid- to late October.

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Description

Semi-dwarf rootstock, 12-15′