Apple Tree - Braeburn
Ornamental Tree with Delicious Fruit
The Braeburn Apple Tree is an ornamental tree that produces delicious fruit. Plant one for its decorative features in the front yard or several in a back or side yard to ensure a larger harvest.
Braeburn apples are crisp and juicy. You’ll enjoy their sweet flavor combined with a tart edginess that really brings out the one-of-a-kind tang that Braeburn exudes. They are medium to large, round apples that are yellow-green with red striping.
They keep their quality for months in cold storage, so you can easily manage your harvest for future use.
Your Braeburn Apple tree can grow up to 15 feet tall with an equal spread. Its ornamental features are only second to the outstanding fruit production.
White flowers appear in spring, followed by large apples mid-October.
The production of both the fruit and flowers is prolific, providing an abundance of both bounty and beauty.
It will attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Make sure trees you buy are measured from the ground up!
While this may sound a bit sneaky, the sad truth is some nurseries try to make their trees seem taller by including the roots in the height. You pay for a 4 to 5 foot tree but then you’re upset when it’s barely 3 feet tall after planted.
We sell our trees with the height measured from the ground up. You can be assured when you buy a 4 to 5 foot fruit tree from Nature Hills Nursery, it will be 4 to 5 feet after you plant it.
We take pride in delivering the highest quality plants with healthy roots and full, well-established stems and foliage. We offer the largest selection on the internet and you can buy in confidence with our one year plant guarantee.
Our fruit trees are always in high demand. Quantities are limited and many will sell out soon. Order now to avoid disappointment.
*Delicious Yellow Green Striped Fruit
*Ripens in Mid October
*Stores Well for Months
|Mature Height||Semi-Dwarf: 15-20'|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun|
|Bloom Period||Mid April|
|Pollinator Required||None Required|
|Harvest Period||Early October|