Apple

Honeycrisp™ Apple

Honeycrisp™ Apple

XF163

Malus pumila A classic and American tradition in fruit trees. Apples are a delicious, undemanding, and rewarding addition to the edible landscape.
Introduced from the University of Minnesota, this delectable apple is quite aptly named. Large, round fruit are exceptionally juicy, sweet and full of flavor with a delightfully crisp texture. They have an attractive scarlet colored skin with golden undertones and white flesh. Ripening in early September, the apples can store well in a cool location for several months. Honeycrisp™ performs best in northern regions of the US, including the Pacific Northwest.
These plants are one year old bare root fruit trees and ship late March-early April.
Order early for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order.

PLEASE READ: Not Available to HI, US Territories, or Canada.

More Apple Growing Information

   Full Sun
   Perennial
Ships bare root in late-March/early-April.
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"Malus pumila A classic and American tradition in fruit trees. Apples are a delicious, undemanding, and rewarding addition to the edible landscape. Dwarf rootstock allows trees to mature to a very namageable 12-16 feet tall. (Sentinal™ will grow to 10-12 feet tall, but may be topped to maintain a shorter height.) Apples require a second variety for pollination. All of the varieties that we offer will pollinize each other. Cold hardy to zone 4. Sentinal™ apples are approximately 1-2 feet tall when shipped while Honeycrisp™ is approximately 3-5 feet tall with 3/8 inch trunk diameter.

One year old bareroot apple plants are shipped in late-March/early-April. Order early for best availability. Complete growing instructions are included with each order. Not available to HI, US Territories, or Canada."