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Malus domestica 'Snowsweet'
Snowsweet Apple on Semi-Standard (Bud 118) Root- Potted FFT Grade - Light Caliper
Snowsweet Apple on Semi-Dwarf (EMLA 7) Root - Potted FFT Grade - Light Caliper
Snowsweet Apple on Dwarf (Geneva 202) Root - Potted FFT Grade - Light Caliper
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Snowsweet™ is a new apple from Minnesota which ripens about two weeks after Honeycrisp™. It most outstanding feature is its flavor, which is described as sweet with a tart balance and rich overtones, almost buttery. The tree is extremely hardy and will grow well in cold climates. The fruit is large, oblate, with a beautiful red-bronze blush over a greenish yellow background.
Snowsweet™ is one of the newest introductions from the University of Minnesota, where Honeycrisp™ came from. It was known as MN 1797.