Haralson Apple

Malus 'Haralson'

(‘Malinda’ x ‘Wealthy’) University of Minnesota, 1923. Named after Charles Haralson, superintendent of the U of MN Fruit Breeding Farm. A natural semi-dwarf tree that produces medium-sized red fruit. Hard, crisp and tart. Good dual purpose apple. One of the most popular apples in Minnesota. Often bears fruit the first year. Prone to biennial bearing. Keeps well, will store until March. Fine hardy, winter variety.

Attributes

Height

10-15’

Ripening Date

Early October

Pollinator

Requires Pollinator

Exposure

Full Sun

Zone

3-7

HARALSON
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