Columnar apple tree Redcats
Malus domestica Redcats
Apple tree Redcats is a columnar fruit tree, which allows a significant saving of space, the ideal for a small orchard, its adult size will be 2 to 3M in height with a wingspan of 0.80 to 1M20 maximum. This plant is grafted in a low-stem on a MM111 rootstock.
Apple tree Redcats are self-fertile, but fruiting will be better with cross-pollination. From the end of April, the very decorative flowers invade the branches of their beautiful white color slightly pinkish.
The fruits of Malus Domestica Redcats are harvested in August until October. They are large apples with dark red skin and juicy, crunchy white flesh. Used in compote, pastry or knife apples, these fruits are appreciable by their taste qualities. These apples are of good conservation, harvested in the autumn they keep until January. They are from the same family as the Cox.
Apple tree Redcats prefers to be planted in a sunny spot.
- Common name : Columnar apple tree Redcats
- Family : Rosaceae
- Category : grafted low stem fruit tree
- Spread : 0,80M/1M20
- Foliage : deciduous
- Color of flowers : pinkish white
- Fruit : large dark red apples with juicy and crisp white flesh
- Harvest : August to October
- Use : isolated - orchard - in pot
- Soil : all
- Habit : Columnar
- Earth to use : universal potting soil/garden soil/compost
- Enemies : nothing to report
- Possible diseases : resistant to diseases
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