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Out of Season Honeycrisp Apple Tree

Honeycrisp Apple Tree

Stays Crisp in Storage

Developed at the University of Minnesota, this apple is hardy and quick to bear. Ripens in early September. Although surpassed by Pixie Crunch in flavor and texture, Honeycrisp is still a popular choice for eating fresh.
  • Zone 3 - 6 (-30° F.).
  • Height 14 - 18 feet for standard; 6 feet for Li'l BIG.
  • Shade Required Full Sun.

Plants are not available in AE AK GU HI PR

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  • 68031
  • Standard 2-4 ft.-1 tree
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  • 60006
  • Standard Deluxe-1 tree
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  • 72190
  • Li'l-BIG 2-3 ft.-1 tree
  • Out of Stock
  • 73984
  • Li'l-BIG Deluxe-1 tree
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Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Malus pumila 'MN 1711'
  • Height: 14 - 18 feet for standard; 6 feet for Li'l BIG.
  • Spacing: 15 feet for standard, 6 - 8 feet for Li'l BIG.
  • Depth: Graft or bud union should be 2 inches above the soil line. Look for plant stain on trunk.
  • Spread: 12 - 15 feet, 4 - 6 feet for Li'l BIG.
  • Sun/Shade: Full Sun.
  • Pollinator: Golden Delicious, Goldrush, Gala, Nova Spy, Sundance, Redfree, Sweet 16.
  • Yield: Standard trees can produce 10 bushels plus at maturity when managed properly. !/2 bushel for Li'l BIG.
  • Foliage: Green foliage.
  • Blooms: Late season.
  • Fruit: Large, red blushed fruit is over 3 inches in diameter. Texture is crisp and crunchy with a juicy, sweet flavor.
  • Form: Deciduous. Spreading.
  • Flower Form: Yes.
  • Soil Requirements: Good well-drained, deep soil that is reasonably fertile.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate and vigor.
  • Pruning: Prune December to February. There are normally two goals when pruning an apple tree: 1. Initially on young trees to encourage a strong, solid framework 2. On mature trees to maintain shape and encourage fruit production. The best time to prune apple trees is in late Winter or very early Spring before any new growth starts.
  • Comments: Introduced in 1991 from the University of Minnesota, this tree is precocious and productive. Pre-harvest drop is a problem in warmer growing areas. Unable to ship to AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.

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