This unique apple tree discovered in Canada will be the talk of the neighborhood! Growth of the tree is vertical with almost no branching, making it ideal for planting in small yards, in big pots or as a conversation piece in your yard. The apples are produced in clusters on short spurs along the trunk. Northpole produces large, bright red, McIntosh-type apples with flesh that is crisp, juicy and aromatic. Fruit is ripe in early September. The trees are naturally dwarf, only 8 to 12 feet when mature, and have good disease resistance. They often yield fruit the year after planting. Pollinate with any other apple tree. An Online Exclusive Offer!
Zone: 4-8 Light: Height: 8' to 12' Width: 24" to 3' Spacing: 4' State Restrictions: AK;CA;HI;ID
Planting Season: Spring Years to Fruit: 2yrs. Fruiting Time: Early September Size Shipped: 2-3 ft. bareroot trees Foliage Color: Green Needs Pollinator: Yes