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Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree

Malus x domestica


White flowers, Mature Height:15 ft, ripen in mid-September to mid- October. Crisp, juicy, moderately tart; a good cooking apple, is reddish-green.


Sunlight:Full or Partial,Soil Conditions:Very Adaptable,Drought Tolerance:Very Good


Is prone to codling moth infestation,rust,mealybugs,and aphids. Mammals like squirrels or deer will try and eat the apples.

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keithp2012 4 years ago

Lots of flowers this year that smell like apples!

keithp2012 5 years ago

Full series from flower to mature fruit

keithp2012 7 years ago

Dwarf Jonathan Apple Tree

West Babylon, New York, USA

Lat: 40.70, Long: -73.35

Spotted on Sep 8, 2010
Submitted on Sep 8, 2010

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