Honeycrisp Apple has become increasingly popular in American grocery stores over the past few years. Primarily due to its explosive crisp texture and well-balanced sweet/tart flavor, it is said to be the “fun to eat apple”. A relatively new patented variety, Honeycrisp Apple has a texture similar to a crisp watermelon or Asian Pear. The fruit size is very large and predominantly red over a yellow background. Due to its popularity and outstanding attributes, Honeycrisp Apple trees will be in short supply—so order early to secure your trees. Honeycrisp ripens in late September, just before Red Delicious. The Honeycrisp Apple Tree requires a pollinator tree and appoximately 800 chilling hours.
Grows in zones: 4 - 8.