Apple ‘Combo 2 Variety’
Malus x ‘Harcourt’, ‘Parkland’
Exposure: Full Sun
Mature Size: 20′ high x 16′ wide
Flower Color: White flowers with pink overtones
Fruit ripening time: Ripens late August – Mid September
Fruit Color & Size: Harcourt – Red, Parkland – Green-yellow with red on sunny side. Both are medium sized. 2.5″ wide
Pollination: Does not require another apple tree as the two grafted varieties will cross pollinate one another.
Taste: Both are mild-flavoured
Description: Our Combination Apple is made up of 2 varieties of apple, Harcourt and Parkland, which are grafted onto hardy rootstock.
Ornamental Features: The Harcourt apple is a bright red, slightly striped fruit with a mild, crisp, juicy white flesh. Good for eating fresh, cooking, and juicing. The Parkland variety is pale yellow with red blush and crisp white flesh that makes great preserves.
Landscape Attributes: The combo apple tree has a round upright growth habit and will grow to 20′ tall in the full sun. Prefers a moist, well-drained soil. Especially great for smaller yards that cannot accommodate 2 apple trees for cross pollination. This tree will pollinate itself!