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Ginger Gold Apple


7 gal.

The fruit is large, conical and starts out a very pale green, though if left on the tree it will ripen to a soft yellow with a waxy appearance. The primary use is for eating, though it can be used for most other purposes. The flesh, of a cream color, resists browning more than most varieties. The flavor is mild but with a tart finish.

Common Name: Ginger Gold® Apple
Botanical Name: Malus sylvestris ‘Ginger Gold’
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Mature Height: 12-15’
Mature Width: 12-15’
Pollination: Best to cross pollinate with Honeycrisp® or Red Delicious.
Harvest Time: Mid to Late August
Disease Resistant: Ginger Gold® is Susceptible to Cedar Apple Rust and Fire Blight
Zone: 4-8
Hardiness Map:

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