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Goodland Apple

Malus ‘Goodland’

Fruit: Apple

Height: 16-20′ Width: 13-16′
Sun: Full Sun Zone: 3

Small, rounded, very hardy, productive apple tree.
Lightly scented, white, spring flowers and green, pointy leaves that change to yellow in fall. Green with red blush apples are 3″ in size. Crisp white flesh is sweet, juicy, and aromatic; excellent for eating fresh or cooking and stores well. Ripens in late September/early October. Needs well-drained soil but tolerates many other soil types. Fertilize in spring with a good compost or an all-purpose fertilizer before new growth emerges. For major pruning wait until late winter while tree is dormant; suckers or dead, broken, and diseased branches, can be removed anytime. Prune while young to create open centered branching to allow for even sunlight which results in better ripening of fruit and good air circulation.

Requires another variety of apple tree within 500′ for cross-pollination (approximately one city block).

Available in select potted and caliper sizes.