The Malus Domestica Apistar® or Apistar® apple tree, is a variety of very old apple trees, which has reappeared recently, whose fruit shape reminiscent of a five-pointed star makes it very original, therefore, the Apistar apple is also often used for decorating Christmas tables. It is a fruit that can be eaten both raw and cooked.
Very fertile and very vigorous, the apple tree Apistar resists cold down to -25 ° C as well as diseases such as scab and mildew. It is a low-stem apple tree with a slightly weeping habit, reaching an adult height of 2 to 3 m.
The Malus Domestica Apistar® flowers in April-May. The fruit harvest is spread from November to December. It gives slightly flattened apples with white flesh, with thin yellow green skin, enhanced with a beautiful brick red on the face located in the sun. Crunchy and juicy, the fruits with a sweet and tangy flavor, keep until May.
The varieties Reinette du Mans, Belle de Pontoise, Reinette d'Armorique are excellent pollinators of the Apistar apple tree.
The proposed plants are grafted on a low stem on an MM111 rootstock.