An attractive, highly disease-resistant apple, ideal for organic growers.
Contact Cummins Nursery
Email is the best and fastest way to get in touch with us. We are often working on the farm and cannot pick up the phone, but we read every email and write back or call back if needed.
607-269-7664 (MON-FRI 10:00 to 4:00)
To place an order or ask questions about an order, call the main office at 607-269-7664. The main office is open Monday-Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Please note – email is best!
For horticultural questions or to request a wholesale rate, Stephen at 607-227-6147 (anytime).
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The best way to get first crack at tree sales, seasonal orchard tips, and educational workshops is our free monthly newsletter. You can also subscribe to the newsletter of our u-pick orchard and farm in Ithaca, NY, which gets sent weekly during the harvest season and goes quiet in the winter: Indian Creek Farm newsletter.
1408 TRUMANSBURG RD, ITHACA, NY 14850
Although our farm on Trumansburg Road is open daily for much of the year, the nursery does not have a retail storefront, so if you need to visit the nursery, please contact us to arrange an appointment. Thank you! Our team is often working in the field and unable to accommodate drop-in visits. Local customers, we will contact you about when to pickup your orders during the annual spring shipping season.
Got Questions About Shopping & Accounts?
Questions About Getting Started With Your Trees?
- What to Do When You Receive Your Cummins Trees
- How to Plant a Fruit Tree, and Give It a Good Start in Life
- How to Prune a Fruit Tree: Pome Fruit & Stone Fruit
- How to Graft a Fruit Tree – Plus Scion & Rootsock Prep
Planting & Pruning Questions?
- Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home
- Penn State Fruit Production for the Home Grower
- A Grower's Guide to Organic Apples
- Cornell Tree Fruit Homepage
See our Learn Trees section for more introductory materials.
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