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Exceptionally disease-resistant and productive, this British Columbian variety yields very large, handsome fruit of red with greenish-yellow shoulders, white flesh, and crispy sweet flavor. Selected for its upright growth habit, hardiness, disease resistance, and outstanding fruit quality, this tree reaches 8 to 10 feet tall and 3 feet wide, or may be pruned smaller. Ideal for container on the patio or deck, it is also excellent small-space subject in the garden. Zones 4-8.
Perfect for containers or small garden spaces, Northpole bears a heavy crop of fragrant, crisp, juicy fruit in early fall. Just 8 to 10 feet tall in the garden (and a bit smaller in containers) and never more than 3 feet wide, Northpole grows straight and true, with excellent foliage and small blooms in spring. But the real centerpiece is the fruit, which arises in great numbers: red, crisp, juicy, and sweet, somewhat reminiscent of a McIntosh. You'll love the real "apple orchard" scent of this tree. Zones 4-8 in the garden; everywhere in containers.