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Haralson Apple Tree

$39.95

The Haralson Apple Tree comes from a University of Minnesota breeding program, so it’s going to be cold hardy, don’t cha know! Flesh is crisp, juicy and firm with a slight tartness to it. It is great for baking as it holds its shape and texture and retains good flavor in winter storage.

 

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Haralson Apple Tree

The Haralson Apple Tree comes from a University of Minnesota breeding program, so it’s going to be cold hardy, don’t cha know! Flesh is crisp, juicy and firm with a slight tartness to it. It is great for baking as it holds its shape and texture and retains good flavor in winter storage.

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Latin NameMalus pumila 
Site and Soil: Apples like 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained soil.
Rootstock Description:
M-7 is considered a semi-dwarf rootstock growing 12-16 ft. in height. M-7 is very hardy and adapted to most soils. Vigorous, drought tolerant, and well anchored, trees on M-7 should not require staking.
M-26 is considered a dwarf rootstock, growing 8-12 ft. in height. M-26 induces early bearing, usually in 2-3 years after planting, and grows well in most soils, except very wet and poorly drained ones. On windy sites, trees grafted on M-26 may need staking.
Pollination Requirements: Apples need another variety nearby for pollination. Neighboring trees often offer sufficient pollen for good fruit set. Consider Mason Bees to help pollinate and increase fruit production.
Hardiness: Hardy to minus 30° F or below.
Bearing Age: 2-3 years after planting
Size at Maturity: Dwarf 8-12ft. / Semi-dwarf 12-16 ft.
Taste: Slightly tart, crisp and juicy
Fruit Skin: Red
Fruit Flesh: White
Bloom Time: April
Ripening Time: Early August
Yield: 30-50 lbs.
Pests & Diseases: Haralson Apple Tree can be affected by Apple Scab although it is considered resistant. Apple Scab is more prevalent in regions with wet springs, like we have in the Pacific Northwest. While it doesn’t seriously affect the eating quality of the fruit, it can cause black spots on the apples and foliage. Apple Scab can be controlled by sulfur and other sprays. Codling Moth can create wormy apples and aphids can damage the foliage of apple trees.
USDA Zone: 4

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Bare Root

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Semi-Dwarf Rootstock

Shipping Season

2024 Pre-order

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