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Columnar Apples

Malus Domestica

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PlantNet® is proud to release two more varieties of Columnar Apples- Cumulus™ and Herald™ to our Signature Collection® for exceptional fruit varieties.
    Columnar apple trees are created to grow straight up.
    NEW’ Cumulus™ produces large fruit which are solid red in colour with weakly defined stripes and a light green background colour. It has firm white flesh with a fine crisp and juicy texture with late season harvest and long storage life. Resistant to apple scab and mildew attack.
    SUGGESTED POLLINATORS Pom Pink™, Pom-for you, Harmony™, Herald™ and Pinkabelle®.

    ‘NEW’ Herald™ produces large, conical shaped fruit with solid red skin and weakly defined stripes with a light green background. It has juicy white flesh with late season harvest.
    Resistant to apple scab and mildew attack.
    SUGGESTED POLLINATORS: Pom Pink™, Pom-for you™, Harmony™, Cumulus™ and Pinkabelle®.

    Pom pink™ produces full sized apples with a light red striped blush with a green background from March to April which are crisp, juicy and sharp but sweet tasting.
    SUGGESTED POLLINATORS: Pom-for-you™

    Pom-for-you™ produces full sized apples which have a 70% red stripe blush with a green background in March which are crisp, juicy and sharp but sweet tasting.
    SUGGESTED POLLINATORS: Pom pink™

    Harmony™ produces medium sized round fruit with golden skin which harvests in March to April. It is an excellent eating apple with creamy white flesh, which is crisp, sweet and juicy.
    SUGGESTED POLLINATORS: Pom-for-you™ or Pom pink™ 
  • Ideally suited to small garden spaces, patios and courtyards. Great for fence plantings also and can be grown in pots or tubs.
  • Very little pruning needed.
  • Plant Attributes

    • Height Range: 3m to 4m
    • Spread: 0.5 to 1m
    • Position: Full Sun
    • Growth Habit: Upright, Tree
    • Plant Use(s): Containers, Borders, Hedging/Screening, Feature Plant
    • Suitable Climate Zone(s):
      • Temperate
      • Cool
    • Flowering Time(s): Spring
    • Flower Colour: White, Pink
    • Plant Type: Edibles, Deciduous Tree

    Availability Table

    • Season Chart:
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      • NSW/ACT
      • VIC
      • QLD
      • WA
      • SA
      • TAS

    Care Instructions

    Visit www.plantnet.com.au/plant care for great information on growing fruit trees.

    General Retail Stockists

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