Honeycrisp Apple
(Malus domestica)



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2-3' grafted bare-root

Honeycrisp Apple (Malus domestica) is a modern apple with natural disease resistance and excellent fresh eating flavor. Originated in Minnesota in 1974.


Pollination: Cross-pollination by a different variety or seedling.
Size: 15-20' x 15-20'
Disease: Moderately resistant to scab, resistant to fire blight, and susceptible to rust and mildew.
Ripening Date: Early September
Years to Bear 2-5
Taste: Excellent sweet

Growing Conditions

USDA Zone: 3-6
Spacing: 15-20'
Light Exposure: Full Sun
Soil Type: Well Drained Loamy
Soil PH: 6.0-7.0
Chilling Hrs: 800