Fort Vancouver Apple | MM106

Located at Old Apple Tree Park in Vancouver, Washington, this living tree, planted between 1826 and 1830, is believed to be the oldest apple tree in the Pacific Northwest.

The old apple tree was planted from seeds brought from England. It is thought to be the oldest apple tree in the Pacific Northwest. Plant a bit of history in your yard too. The community celebrates the Old Apple Tree Festival each year on the first Saturday in October to commemorate this historic tree.

The small green apples ripen in September and are used for pie or cider.

In stock
SKU
A470S
$28.50
  • USDA Zone - 4-9
  • Grows To - 12ft
  • Plant Spacing - 14ft
  • Pollination - Needs A Pollinizer
  • Prefers Full Sun -
  • Ripening Time - September

Located at Old Apple Tree Park in Vancouver, Washington, this living tree, planted between 1826 and 1830, is believed to be the oldest apple tree in the Pacific Northwest.

The old apple tree was planted from seeds brought from England. It is thought to be the oldest apple tree in the Pacific Northwest. Plant a bit of history in your yard too. The community celebrates the Old Apple Tree Festival each year on the first Saturday in October to commemorate this historic tree.

The small green apples ripen in September and are used for pie or cider.

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