About Sweet Sixteen

Red-streaked, conical fruits have a sweet, complex flavor of spicy cherry with a hint of vanilla. Crisp, juicy, and excellent for fresh eating or baking. Introduced by the U of M in 1977. Ripens in mid-September. May take a little longer than others to start bearing, up to five years from planting. M7 semidwarf rootstock.

About Apple

Beautiful, fragrant spring flowers and fall fruit. Apples require another variety for pollenizing, but apple or crabapple trees are usually nearby in most areas.

Pot Size & Price
5 gal. pot
$58.00
Height
12'–16'
Sunlight Exposure
Full Sun
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Plant Traits
Bees
Culinary

Other varieties of Apple

Espaliered apple tree, flattened against a fence
Photo by KVDP from the Wikimedia Commons

Espalier Combo

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Haralson apple growing on a tree
Photo from Jung Seed

Haralson

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Honeycrisp apples sitting on a table
Photo by Abrahami from the Wikimedia Commons

Honeycrisp

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Malus Firestorm, redder Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp, Firestorm

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Liberty apple on the tree
Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder

Liberty

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Malus Lodi, green-skinned apple with white interior
Photo from the Wikimedia Commons by National Fruit Collection.

Lodi

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Malus Norland, red oblong apple with some green, wider shoulders
Photo by Flickr user OFRE

Norland

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Pink Lady apple, large red
Friends School Plant Sale photo by Pat T.

Pink Lady

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Snow Sweet apple, red fruits in a basket
Photo from Bailey Nurseries

SnowSweet

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State Fair apple, red-cheeked apples with some light green
Photo used with permission from Out on a Limb

State Fair

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