Apple Honeycrisp

Apple Honeycrisp

Bred in the US in the 1960s, late season dessert apple Malus domestica Honeycrisp is particularly suitable for colder areas with good sunshine. The fruit is medium-sized to large, with yellowish-green skin with a red-orange flush and a hint of pink. The flesh is cream-coloured, very crisp and sweet, although there is a hint of acidity. The tree is a spur-bearer, reliable, and a good cropper. Apple Honeycrisp is highly disease-resistant, particularly to scab, and is a good choice for organic growers. Self-sterile, so must be planted near an apple of the same or adjacent pollination group.

Site: Sheltered, sunny site
Soil: Fertile, well-drained, loamy soil, preferably slightly acid to neutral
Position: Full sun
Pick: October
Keep: Three months
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Pollination: Pollination Group 4
Uses: Eating

Type | Size: Bareroot 1yr
Rootstock: M26
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