Apple 'Wolf River' Semi-Dwarf
*Important* Fruit trees, in general, have unique maintenance needs in terms of pruning, harvesting, and pest and disease management. Visit portlandfruit.org or homeorchardsociety.org for more fruit tree care info.
Grows best in well drained, moist soil and in full sun. It is self-sterile and needs a pollenizer. If you are in an urban environment you probably won't need to worry about a pollination partner for your apple tree- there will usually be compatible apple tree near by.
This tree produces large apples often weighing a pound or more. The fruit has a pale red color over pale yellow skin and soft, tender, slightly mealy, creamy-white flesh. Excellent for baking whole and drying. Great for pies!
20' at maturity
15' at maturity
Five-petalled, pinkish-white flowers.
Shiny, gray-brown and scaly.
Resistant to scab, mildew, fireblight and cedar apple rust. Trees are very hardy. Wolf River got its name naturally from the place it was found--- on the banks of the Wolf River near Fremont, Wisconsin in 1875. *Please note that these trees are bare root and come from the grower a bit smaller then our regular stock size.