Early Harvest Apple Malus domestica 'Early Harvest'
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As its name suggests, this high-yielding apple tree is of the first to be ready for harvest. The golden apples are ready to be picked as early as July in some locations, with the latest harvest in September. Early harvest apples are great for cooking when picked early. If you want to enjoy them fresh, pick when ripe.
- Produces a medium-sized yellow apple with crisp, creamy white flesh that is juicy and tart when ripe
- Blooms early in the season and yields ripe fruit typically between July and September
- Can be pollinated with Lodi, red Jonathan, or red delicious
- Will be delivered at a height of 3'–4'
Spacing Guide for Fruit Trees
Apple Tree Cross Pollination Guide
Your Tree’s Personality
Apples are eaten by a variety of birds and mammals. The leaves and branches are browsed. The trees can be destroyed by rodents and rabbits girdling the stem or trunk. The nectar and/or pollen provides nutrition for bees in early to late spring.
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