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This is the dwarf winesap apple tree

In this post I share the Winesap Apple Tree growing in my home garden.  This content is during the spring season after 4 winters growth.  Check out images and my personal review of the tree so far!

Winesap Apple Tree Video

Because this tree is a dwarf variety it will only grow to 15-20 feet tall making it perfect for most any home garden orchard.  In fact, this video shows the tree at about 7 feet tall and 5 feet wide in year 4. In spite of it being some what of a drought this year the tree is loaded with fruit!

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About the Winesap Apple Tree

First off it is important to note that there is a Stayman winesap apple along with a dwarf variety.  The tree is a combination of tart and sweet.  It is fun to think that this tree variety has been around since pioneer days.  The apples are not only tasty but also long-lived after being harvested, lasting 6 months or more in the refrigerator. Consider using this rich, wine-like flavor apple in applesauce, pies, and cider not to forget fresh off the tree!

winesap apple tree year 4

The tree feature on this blog is nestled in with many other varieties such as heirloom apple, Jonathan, honey crisp or early harvest to ensure pollination.

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More Fruit in My Home Garden

My husband and I have been growing fruit on our property since 2003.  We started out with some amazing and unique trees like the pluot.  Today we grow over a dozen different varieties such as 6 different varieties of pluots, plums, apricot, nectarine, 8 different apple varieties, 2 different peach, and 4 varieties of cherry trees.  Each year we add something new to try so be sure to follow our adventure.

This is the dwarf winesap apple tree

Winesap Apple Tree Review

In this post I share the Winesap Apple Tree growing in my home garden.  This content is during the spring season after 4 winters growth.  Check out images and my personal review of the tree so far!

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In conclusion of reading this post about the Winesap Apple Tree I hope you consider reaching out to me by comment below.  In the future, I look forward to sharing more about what you can grow in your home garden.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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