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Apple ‘Nova Easygro’


A flavourful apple bred out of Nova Scotia with excellent disease resistance. Great for organic production.

2-4 ft tall

Ships bare root April-May!

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The Nova Easygro apple is a great multi purpose tree with it’s origins from Nova Scotia! It has great taste for eating fresh, with a mild, sweet flavour within the realm of Cortland that people enjoy. It has good storability lasting well into 5 months with proper cold storage and is cold hardy tough tree. It also shows great disease resistance hence it’s easy growing nature. Hardy to zone 3.

Important Information

Apples are a cornerstone in cold climate fruit production. You will need 2 different varieties in order for the apple trees to cross pollinate and become fruitful. We try to focus on cultivars that are largely disease resistant, and low maintenance to allow even those without a lot of experience to successfully grow fruit. All of our apple trees are grown on full sized standard root stock of either Antonovka, or Dolgo. On average, they will take 4 to 5 years to produce apples and will continue to for many years!

Latin name Malus
Hardiness Zone 3
Height 25-35 ft
Spread 20-30 ft
Sun Requirements Full sun to part sun
Average year to bear fruit 5
Harvest Time September to October
Soil prefers moist well drained soil
Flower Time May
Pollination needs two different trees to cross pollinate and fruit

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 98 × 40 × 40 cm