« Previous Tree  |  Next Tree »      Print this page

Goodland Apple

Malus domestica 'Goodland'
  • Summary
  • Hardiness Zone & More

Goodland is one of the most hardy apples known. It has been known to withstand -50F with little winter damage. The fruit is medium size, round, bi-color fruit. Its flesh is tender, crisp, juicy and aromatic. It makes a delicious aromatic apple sauce and is well suited for fresh eating. It ripens in early September.

Goodland is an open pollinated seedling of Patten Greening that was selected in 1925, but not introduced until 1955 from the Canadian Research Station in Morden, Manitoba, just north of the border.

Height
12-15
Spread
10-15
Zone
2-5
Color
Bi-Colored
Categories
Apple--- Hardy Varieties
Tags
Mid-season bloomingPollinizer neededLarge fruitAverage vigorSpreading habitVery productive

Bloom Character
Fruit Characteristics
Growth Rate/Habit
Harvest Period
Other Attributes
  Aromatic
Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required