Semi Dwarf Apple
Honeycrisp is a very popular cold hardy cultivar developed in Minnesota. They have a profusion of pure white flowers in mid spring. The apples are medium to large. The fruit has a mottled red over yellow color. The apples can last up to three months if kept in a refrigerator. They are delicious for eating and baking. They make a beautiful addition to the landscape, especially when they’re old.
This grafted fruit tree cultivar grows to a height of about 12 to 15 feet. Although this cultivar is self-fruitful, it will produce a better crop if cross pollinated with another variety with the same bloom period – use Braeburn, Gala or Red Delicious.
Height: 12′ – 15′
Width: 12′ – 15′
Exposure: Full sun.
Watering and soil: Moist, well drained soil – loam, clay or sand. Water well while establishing.
Fertilizer: Use a well balanced fruit formula.
Pruning: Prune every season to for an optimal crop. Best practice is to make sure a lot of sunlight and airflow reaches each branch.
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