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Malus domestica 'Corail-Pinova cv'
Corail Apple on Semi-Standard (EMLA 106) root - Large 1/2" - 5/8" calipercaliper
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Corail is the common name for the Pinova cultivar of apple introduced many years ago to the US from Germany.  It is a pretty bi-colored apple with high quality and great flavor.  The fruit size in medium and requires good thinning.  The bloom tends to be a shade of lavender.  It is a good keeper and ripens in early to mid-October in Michigan.  Corail can be prone to fire-blight since it can sometimes show open blooms late in the summer and can be infected at that time.  It has gone by many names including Pinata, and Sonata.

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Site Requirements
  Full Sun
Skill Required