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Liberty Apple

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Original price $54.99 - Original price $109.99
Original price
$54.99 - $109.99
Current price $54.99

Malus domestica 'Liberty'

This tree is currently the most disease-resistant apple on the planet! Dark, polished red skin and intense, sprightly flavor make this medium size, elongated apple a favorite.

Trees that were bred in New York for high scab and mildew resistance thrive in the Pacific Northwest and throughout most of the nation. Every year, a large crop ripens on this spreading tree late midseason, in early October in the PNW.

USDA Zone: 4-9

Grow Height: 5' (Mini Dwarf), 11' (Dwarf), 25' (Standard)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: October

Pollination: Somewhat Self Fertile

Mini Dwarf Rootstock: M27

Dwarf Rootstock: EMLA 26

Standard Rootstock: Antonovka 

Semi-Dwarf Espalier Rootstock: MM106

Read our Apple Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


Ask a Question
  • I need a dwarf apple tree for zone 6,do I need to buy two apple trees for the purpose of pollination? Interested in honey crips

    You will need a honeycrisp and anothet compatible pollinator. Check our our apple growing guide for a full breakdown of pollination and a bloom order chart.

  • What size is the rootstock on espalier trees?

    EMLA26 Dwarf rootstock

  • Will William's Pride be a suitable pollinator for Liberty apple trees and vice versa?

    Yes they should cross pollinate just fine.

  • How tall are these trees when shipped? When can we expect fruit from them?

    4'-5' tall when shipped and should fruit within the first 2-3 years of planting.

  • Would this pollinate an Empire apple tree?

    They are both mid season bloomers so yes!

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Liberty Apple arrived on schedule.

I planted it the following day. It has begun to pop leaves. So far, so good.


Great disease free apple.

Loads up the branches every year. MUST thin fruit in spring or you will have lots of small apples and some broken branches.