Honeycrisp Apple

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Species Information

Appls are the most popular fruit tree in North Dakota. The Honeycrisp apple is the most popular apple in the Midwest.

This vareity was developed in Minnesota and introduced in 1991. The tree only bears a heavy crop every two years.

Fruit from this tree stores very well and can be kept for three to four months.

Production Notes

This tree reaches between 12 to 15 feet and has white blossoms.

This tree takes between three to five years to bear fruit from the time it’s planted. It usually reaches a height of 6 to 8 feet.

This red/yellow fruit has a sweet and exceptionally crisp and juicy flavor. The fruit is medium to large sized and is also very aromatic.

Matures in late September.