The Sofie apple originally comes from Rødby or Nibe in Denmark, around 1896. The fruit is large, and has a green base color and a red covering color. The pulp is semi-juicy, and between sweet and sour with a light aroma. It is primarily an eating apple.
Rating: ***** (max 5)
Use: Eating apple
Maturity: Medium / Late
Hardiness: Zone 1-3
Plant location: Sun, nutritious soil
Aug-Sept = early // Sept-Oct = middle //Oct-Nov = late
Yield: good / medium / small
All our trees are 100% organic and grafted onto strong rootstocks (or as an exception on P60).
We offer organic fruit trees in their natural form and the form the tree itself has chosen. We leave the actual shaping and trimming of the trees to the customer as they wish.
In principle and under the condition of good care, our fruit trees can grow in all zones in Sweden. Our guarantee (“1 year plant guarantee”) only applies to growing zones 1-3. Note that for growing zones 4-6, it is imperative to give the trees extra care – such as adding good soil and fertilizer, a warm and sunny (wind protected) location and good watering.
Read our instructions on how to plant your tree here . Our warranty only applies if you have followed these instructions.
Your purchased trees can be picked up at our sales address:
Contact us before collection, and we can ensure that your order is ready.
Note: There may be an additional charge for delivery to special locations (islands, sparsely populated areas, etc.).
For orders over SEK 70,000, contact us for delivery prices.
Delivery to other countries
Contact us for delivery offers to other countries.
14-day right of withdrawal, provided we receive the item in the same condition as you received it. We ask you to document the quality of the item with photos before you return it. The customer pays for the return shipping.
12 month plant guarantee – your tree must live!
If you save the receipt, you have a 12-month guarantee that the trees are alive! However, they should be watered and fertilized in the usual way so that they do not die of thirst or over-fertilization. You should also immediately cut off diseased branches from the tree so that disease does not spread and kill the tree.
The complaint must be documented with a photo no later than 13 months after the purchase via e-mail .
How to plant your fruit treeRead more
Read about the steps you need to consider when planting your new tree - from location, to fencing, watering and more.
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