Haralson Apple Tree

$92.95

Celebrating One-Hundred Years of Amazing Apples: The Haralson Apple Tree Highly Productive Biennial Cold Hardy Beautifully Red-Striped Apples Semi-Dwarf The Haralson Apple Tree (Malus x ‘Haralson’) has been pleasing apple aficionados for nearly a

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Celebrating One-Hundred Years of Amazing Apples: The Haralson Apple TreeHighly Productive Biennial
Cold Hardy
Beautifully Red-Striped Apples
Semi-Dwarf
The Haralson Apple Tree (Malus x ‘Haralson’) has been pleasing apple aficionados for nearly a century! This reliable semi-dwarf apple tree bears a large crop without taking up excessive yard space. This lovely addition to the yard will become your prized fruit tree.
Not all home gardeners have acres of space for their personal orchards. The Haralson Apple Tree is ideal for those that want delicious apples but do not want to commit more yard than they want to spare. The Haralson Apple Tree’s short stature offers a striking tree form and produces ample apples to please any apple lover.
It’s easy to see and taste why the Haralson Apple has been used for parentage of some of the best varieties that have been introduced over the past few decades. Haralson Apples are considered greenish yellow apples, but most ripen to a bright red with kisses of golden yellows and charming green freckles.
These tart and juicy apples are ideal for cider, baking, or eating fresh. With a white flesh, you’ll love slicing one and using it in your salads and cheese trays. You’ll love when this biennial produces.
This prestigious tree is also extremely cold hardy with a short growing season, so you can enjoy fresh apples in colder climates.
The Haralson Apple Tree requires a pollinating partner. Luckily it does well with some of the most popular varieties on the market: the Gala, Honeycrisp, Red Delicious.
Plant your Haralson Apple Tree as the backdrop to your vegetable garden or as a destination at the back of your yard. Pair it with a pollinator partner–you can even plant the Haralson in the same hole with its buddy to save space. Prune in winter for good air circulation and aim for full sun for best performance.
Own a piece of apple history. The Haralson Apple Tree produces a large crop in cold climates. Order in time to celebrate the Haralson Apple’s centennial birthday.