Malus ‘Goodland’

Goodland Apple

Medium sized washed red over creamy green fruit. Flesh is crisp, juicy, tender and aromatic. Good for cooking and eating fresh. Stores well. Tree is very productive annually. Ripens mid-September. A 1955 introduction from the Morden Research Station in Manitoba.

Water Needs:  Moderate

Foliage Color:  Green

Flower Attributes: Showy Flowers

Landscape Uses: Specimen

Garden Styles: Cottage, Modern, Traditional

Light Needs: Full Sun

Height: 10-20′

Spread: 10-20′

Flower Colors: Pink, White

Flower Seasons: Spring

Special Features: Edible

Growth Habits: Round, Upright

Cold Hardiness: Zone 3