Apple, 'Cortland'

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Description

The Cortland Apple has large fruit that is red-striped and is best described as juicy and sweet with a hint of tartness. A heavy annual bearer. Blooms mid-April and requires a pollinator such as 'Honeycrisp' for best fruit production. Fruit ripens in mid-September. A semi-dwarf variety

Plant Details

Plants

Latin Name:
Malus domestica 'Cortland'
Plant Type:
Deciduous, Fruit Tree
Care :
Prefers average well-drained soil, rich in organic matter. Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep root system. Pruning helps to encourage fruit production.
Light Requirements:
  • Full Sun
Habit:
Rounded
Plant Height:
12-14 feet
Plant Width:
12-14 feet
Foliage:
Rounded green leaves turn yellow in the fall.
Bloom:
Fragrant, white flowers in mid-April.
Zone:
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
Special Features:
  • Disease Resistant
  • Edible