Apple Seeds, Antonovka
(Malus pumila 'Antonovka') Can be hardy up to Zone 1!
This wonderful Russian apple cultivar can withstand some of the coldest north American winters, and is popular as a root stock for grafting other cultivars. Sometimes called 'The People's Apple'; the trees grow true from seed and produce a low sugar, late fruiting apple that is great for pies and cider!
This is a great rootstock apple tree with fruit that is ideal for cooking.
Cold Hardiness: Zones 1 - 8
Size: Small Tree
Growth Rate: Medium - Slow
Nitrogen Fixer: No
Native Plant: No
Germination: 60 - 80%
Sun Requirements: Full Sun
Soil Preference: Any
Antonovka Apple seeds require 60-90 days of cold, moist stratification to germinate.
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Available direct from Incredible Seeds, a Canadian Heirloom and Heritage Seed Company, offering only the best natural, non-GMO, open pollinated and untreated seeds, located in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Antonovka Apple is an open pollinated, fruit tree and grows great in Canada!