CrimsonCrisp Apple
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CrimsonCrisp Apple

CrimsonCrisp Apple

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CrimsonCrisp®, originally known as Co-op 39, is medium in size with a very attractive crimson red color. It has a very firm, crisp texture with a tart, complex favor. The tree is very grower friendly with a spreading habit, fruiting throughout the tree on two-and three-year-old branches. The fruit matures in mid-season and will keep in cold storage for six months. CrimsonCrisp® is a registered trademark of Purdue Research Foundation. 

Current Sale Size: 1/2" caliper*, 5-6 ft. bare-root transplant
* Update: these were upgraded by the nursery to 1/2" caliper, feathered (FTH) stock, meaning they'll have already have some mature branches. We had them previously listed as 5/8-3/4". 

Rootstock: G-890. Cross pollination required. Vigorous, semi-dwarf rootstock with deep growing roots.  G-890 is a cold hardy root, resistant to fire blight and crown rot.

Apple Pollination Chart (PDF): late season bloom
NOTE: Apples need at least two trees of different varieties for pollination.

Maturity Harvest Chart (PDF) - September

Growth Rate: Moderate (6-12" / year)

Soils: Loamy

Moisture: Moist, well drained

Shade Tolerance: Full Sun

Mature Height: 15-20 ft.

Deer Damage Potential: High

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