Honeycrisp Apple tree
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Apple Tree 'Honey Crisp'

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  • This Apple Tree 'Honey Crisp' ships in a 1 Gallon Pot

The Malus Pumila 'Honeycrisp' - 'Honey Crisp' is known for their sweetness, firmness and tartness. It is an ideal apple for eating raw but also does great is pies. It has quickly become one of Americas favorite apples. Prune your apple trees in between December and February. Your Honey Crisp Apples will be ready to harvest in September and have long shelf life when stored in cool dry conditions. 

The Honeycrisp apple needs another variety of apple tree for cross-pollination.

Full sun 

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Pink / White flowers, fragrant

Due to California Department of Agriculture, we cannot ship this item to the state of California. 


This Honeycrisp Apple tree comes in a 1 Gallon pot

Size: Mature size can reach 14'-18' x 12'-15'

Light: Full Sun

Hardiness zone: 3 - 7 View Map

Characteristics: Grows in a full, oval, spreading shape. White to pink flowers. Medium red colored fruit. Has a chill hours (CU) requirement of 800-1,000. (Chill hours are the average hours of air temperature between 32° and 45° F in a typical winter season.) Produces fruit in 2-5 years.

Growth Rate: Moderate

Soil, Water, Fertilize: Moist, loamy, well-draining pH 6.0-7.0. Intolerant to drought. Tolerant to heat and colder temperatures. Prune in late winter to promote growth and shape the tree. Fertilize in early spring.

*Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.

Allow 15'ft of space between each apple tree.

Cross pollinates well with Fuji, Golden Delicious, and Red Delicious.

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Hardiness zone for this plant: 3 - 7

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Apple Tree 'Honey Crisp'

Honeycrisp, or also referred to as Honeycrunch, are one of the most commercially produced produced varieties worldwide. Due to their consistent seer flavor, crisp bite and juicy texture, this little apple quickly gained popularity when first introduced in the 20th century. They are also very versatile and commonly incorporated into cooking preparations like pastries, preserves, apple butter and more!

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