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William's Pride Apple

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
SKU A700D

Malus domestica 'William's Pride'

Highly rated for flavor, keeping quality and disease resistance. It ripens in early August and is the best of the early apples. The medium-sized, red fruit has a sweet, rich, spicy flavor. The tree is very productive with strong, well-angled branches. Immune to apple scab and resistant to mildew, cedar rust and fireblight, it's also an early season bloomer with unusually long-lasting blossoms. 

USDA Zone: 4-9

Grow Height: 6' (Mini Dwarf), 11' (Dwarf), 25' (Standard)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: August

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Mini Dwarf Rootstock: M27

Dwarf Rootstock: EMLA 26

Standard Rootstock: Antanovka 

Read our Apple Growing Guide


Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Hello, what is the recommended spacing for mini dwarf apple trees? Would 6-8’ be sufficient? I saw the height in the description, but no mention of how wide the trees will grow. Thank you!

    Roughly 6 by 6 for width and spacing!

  • How much space does a mini-dwarf apple tree need? I see they can get to be 6' tall, but what is the reach of the branch and root system?

    6' by 6' by 6' are the common dimsensions for a mini dwarf. Your own little apple cube!

  • what does mini dwarf means?

    Mini dwarf means a tree roughly 30% of standard vigor.

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Bob W.
Ridiculous

I planted a Williams Pride Apple Tree at my mothers home in North Central Montana roughly fifteen years ago. The tree was from Rain-tree nursery and the service was terrific with detailed planting instructions. long story short, the apples produced were the best I’ve ever eaten…ridiculously good. September is when they were harvested here in Montana and although the branches grow awkwardly, the fruit is amazing. Mom is gone now, but new trees have been added at my home.