Apple Honeycrisp 7G
Common Name: Apple HoneyCrisp
Latin Name: Malus domestica
Height & Width: Varies with pruning
Special Features: Semi-dwarf, Pale pink to white flowers, Good storage
HoneyCrisp apples are a large-sized fruit with a bright red skin and exceptionally crisp and sweet. Stores well and also great for eating fresh, cooking or for cider. Ripens late September. Needs another pollinator such as Spartan, Sweet Sixteen, Northern Spy, Granny Smith, Golden Delicious.
White flowering crabapples will also pollinate most apple trees. A tree guard on the trunk will help protect against rabbits in the Winter and early Spring.