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If you are thinking of growing a Winesap apple tree, you’ll be happy to learn that the tree is not a picky prima donna. It’s a low-maintenance, easy-grow apple tree in its hardiness zone range, from USDA hardiness zones 5 through 8. Winesap Apple trees need pollinators such as Fuji, Gala, Red or Golden Delicious.


You’ll need to plant Winesap apple trees in a location that gets six or more hours a day of direct, unfiltered sun. A proper site makes Winesap apple care even easier. Those already growing a Winesap apple tree say that a wide variety of soils will do just fine, from sand to clay. However, they do best in acidic, loamy, moist, and well-drained soil. One term that doesn’t apply to these trees is “drought resistant.” Provide regular irrigation for those juicy apples as part of your weekly Winesap apple care.

Apple, Winesap - #5 pot

Excluding Sales Tax
  • All items must be picked up at that Yuma County Conservation District, 247 N. Clay St., Wray, CO 80758

  •  The YCCD does not guarantee the survival of trees/plants. We take care in supplying healthy quality trees/plants to each customer. Once trees/plants leave the YCCD it is the responsibility of the customer to make sure that they are correctly planted and properly cared for (refer to YCCD website). No refunds once trees/plants leave YCCD property. All orders are final.

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