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Stayman Winesap Apple Malus domestica 'Stayman Winesa



Average Shipping Height: 3' - 4'
Item #1110
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$12.98
Regular Price
$19.50
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Cannot ship to AK, AZ, CA, HI, WA
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Overview

The Stayman Winesap Apple grows in zones 5-8.
A lovely combination of tart and sweet, the Stayman winesap apple has been popular since the days of the pioneers. They are not only tasty but also long-lived after being harvested, lasting 6 months or more in the refrigerator. The rich, wine-like flavor works well for applesauce, pies and cider, and they are delicious when eaten fresh.

  • Produces large red apples great for fresh eating, cooking, baking, and cider
  • Blooms pink in mid- to late spring and yields ripe fruit in mid- to late October
  • Can be pollinated with yellow delicious, red delicious, red Jonathan, or early harvest
  • Cannot pollinate other apple trees
  • Will be delivered at a height of 3'–4'

Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees

Apple Tree Cross Pollination Guide



Your Tree’s Personality

Mature Height

10'–25'

Mature Spread

10'–25'

Growth Rate

Slow

Shape

Oval

Sun Preference

Full Sun,

Soil Preference

Acidic, Loamy, Moist, Rich, Sandy, Well-drained,

Wildlife Value

Apples are eaten by a variety of birds and mammals. The leaves and branches are browsed. The trees can be destroyed by rodents and rabbits girdling the stem or trunk. It produces nectar and/or pollen, thus providing nutrition for bees in early to late spring.

History/Lore

During the 1800s, winesap apples were beloved because of their long shelf life. This fruit kept long into the winter, providing something delicious and healthful to eat during the snowy months.

In 1886, Dr. J. Stayman of Leavenworth, Kansas, noticed a seedling of a winesap apple that was apparently slightly different than the rest. It eventually produced apples that he deemed superior to other winesaps. The apple growing community agreed, and the cultivar was given his name.

Planting Instructions




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