Goodland Apple Tree - $0

Malus domestica Goodland

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Family :
Origin :
Hardiness Zone :
Light requirement :
Full sun
Height at maturity :
5 m
Spread at maturity :
5 m
Spacing requirement from power lines :
Crown shape :
Upright or semi-upright shape
Growth rate :
Roots :
Has two types of roots: permanent roots, thick and spreading, forming a horizontal layer less than 50 cm from the surface, from which many vertical roots start which descend to the impermeable layer or to the water table
Soil and moisture :
Average humidity, rich and drained soil
Fertility :
Generally, apple trees are self-sterile. You need two apple trees of different varieties to ensure pollination. Apple trees are compatible within the same type. As all varieties of cultivated apple trees belong to the species Malus domestica, they can therefore pollinate each other. We advise you to have 2 apple trees in your yard, or to check if there are any nearby, if you want to be able to harvest apples.
Special comments :
Very hardy apple tree; variety developed by the Agriculture Canada research station in Morden, Manitoba. Install a rodent guard in the fall; Water well when planting and regularly during periods of drought during the first years


Alternate, petiolate, ovoid, dentate, felted on the underside;
Deciduous foliage;
Green in summer, then yellow-brown in autumn.


The inflorescences are cymes-like and have 4-6 flowers, white to dark pink;
Each flower usually has 5 petals and measures ± 3-4 cm.


Green and a shade of red apples
Semi-sweet and juicy
Harvest in mid-August;
Keeps well.