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Honeycrisp Apple

Honeycrisp Apple


Liberty Apple

Liberty Apple

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2017 Apple Varieties

Honeycrisp (BUD 118, minimum 5/8")

Outstanding fresh-eating qualities make this variety a favorite. Fruit is aromatic and sweet as honey with an explosively juicy, crisp texture. Cold-hardy. Ripens in early September. Pollinator required. Calcium improves fruit quality and is especially helpful in growing Honeycrisp apple trees.

Bloom Color

White

Soil Moisture

Well Drained

Fruit Color

Red

Soil pH Level

6.0-7.0

Fruit Size

Large

Taste

Mild, Sweet

Pollination

Needed

Texture

Crisp

Ripens/Harvest

Early September

Years to Bear

2-5

Shade/Sun

Full Sun

Zone Range

3-6

Soil Composition

Loamy

Size at Maturity

12-15’ Tall, 12-15’ Wide


Wolf River (BUD 118, minimum 5/8")

Fruit weighs up to a pound, each! Tree is strong and disease-resistant to apple scab, fire blight, and powdery mildew. Characteristically large fruit is perfect for cooking and sauce – holds its shape and requires very little additional sugar. Antique variety, originates from Wolf River, WI, circa 1870’s. Cold-hardy. Ripens in late September.

Bloom Color

White

Soil Moisture

Well Drained

Fruit Color

Red

Soil pH Level

6.0-7.0

Fruit Size

Large

Taste

Tart

Pollination

Needed

Texture

Tender

Ripens/Harvest

Mid Sept to Early Oct

Years to Bear

2-5

Shade/Sun

Full Sun

Zone Range

3-8

Soil Composition

Loamy

Size at Maturity

12-15’ Tall, 12-15’ Wide



Liberty (BUD 118, minimum 5/8")

A prolific bearer that excels where McIntosh won’t. Tree is low maintenance due to its natural disease resistance to apple scab, cedar apple rust, fire blight, and powdery mildew. Fruit has a yellow background will attractive red overtones, a crisp white flesh, and a harmonious sweet-tart taste. Perfect for fresh eating, cooking, canning, or keeping – proper storage improves the flavor! Cold-hardy. Ripens in early September. 

Bloom Color

White

Soil Moisture

Well Drained

Fruit Color

Red

Soil pH Level

6.0-7.0

Fruit Size

Large

Taste

Moderately Tart

Pollination

Needed

Texture

Crisp

Ripens/Harvest

September

Years to Bear

2-5

Shade/Sun

Full Sun

Zone Range

4-7

Soil Composition

Loamy

Size at Maturity

12-15’ Tall, 12-15’ Wide


Northern Spy (BUD 118, minimum 5/8")

A must-have for northern gardens. Tree blooms late to avoid late spring frost zaps. Fruit is large, bright red, and exceptionally juicy, with a crisp tender texture. One of the best apples ever to grace a pie, yet delightful when eaten fresh. In proper storage, fruit can keep up to 5 months. Cold-hardy. Ripens in October. 

Bloom Color

White

Soil Moisture

Well Drained

Fruit Color

Yellow Green

Soil pH Level

6.0-7.0

Fruit Size

Large

Taste

Crisp, Juicy

Pollination

Needed

Texture

Firm, Tender, Fine, Crisp

Ripens/Harvest

October

Years to Bear

2-5

Shade/Sun

Full Sun

Zone Range

4-8

Soil Composition

Loamy

Size at Maturity

12-15’ Tall, 12-15’ Wide

This page last updated on 5/19/2016.
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