Size: 5/8" Diameter (5-7' estimated height) 

Rootstock: EMLA 111


This rootstock produces a tree about two-thirds the size of a standard tree, and is a good producing rootstock. It is well anchored and tolerant of drought conditions. Honeycrisp apple trees grow best in loamy soil but will grow in sandy loam and light clay, as long as it drains quickly. They prefer a pH of 6.0 to 7.0. They are crisp, juicy, and sweet making them a popular choice for many. They have very good winter hardiness, so they grow very well in northern growing regions. 

You will need to have a cross pollination partner of a DIFFERENT variety planted nearby. Cross Pollinate with Fuji or Cox Orange Pippin. Plant the trees less than 60' apart.


Full Sun - Minimum 6 hrs./day of Sunlight

**White blossom Crabapple trees can also work for cross pollination

Apple, Honeycrisp


    Genesee Conservation District

    Office hours 8am-4:30pm


    Closed federal holidays

    All staff are working remotely at this time and may be contacted by email

    Main: 1525 N. Elms Rd. 

    Flint, MI 48532

    Ph: 810.230.8766 x3

    Urban: 336 W. First St.

    Ste. 207

    Flint, MI 48502

    Ph: 810.820.2681

    Join our email list. Never miss an update.
    • Facebook - Black Circle
    • Pinterest - Black Circle
    • Instagram - Black Circle
    • Twitter - Black Circle