Monticello Apple Collection

"The apple" as Virginia pomologist James Fitz proclaimed in 1872 is "our democratic fruit." Thomas Jefferson grew 18 apple varieties in his orchards and praised specific varieties such as the Albemarle Pippin for its unrivaled qualities.

Have a taste of history and grow these exceptional heirloom varieties in any orchard or backyard. ORDER TODAY! Supplies are limited.
Albemarle Pippin Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Blacktwig Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Esopus Spitzenburg Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
'Father Abraham' Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Hewes Crab Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
King David Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Old Fashioned Winesap Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Ralls Genet Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Roxbury Russet Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Sops of Wine Apple Tree (<i>Malus</i> cv.)Quick look
$30.00
Apples of North AmericaQuick look
$29.95
The Fruits and Fruit Trees of MonticelloQuick look
$14.95
Best Apples to Buy and GrowQuick look
$9.95
The Apple CookbookQuick look
$14.95
Monticello Apple ButterQuick look
$6.95
Gift Wrap Information
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We will wrap your gift in white gift paper, trimmed with red Jefferson signature ribbon and a bow, and include a hand written gift message. The charge is $6.95 per item.

Each item will be wrapped and charged individually. You cannot elect to have multiple quantities wrapped together when ordering through our website. If you wish to do so, please call us at 1-800-243-1743 to place your order.

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