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Standard Apple Malus Jonagold

Standard Apple Malus Jonagold

Jonagold is a popular American apple cultivar. It’s more of a dessert apple that has many culinary uses ... read more

Jonagold is a popular American apple cultivar. It’s more of a dessert apple that has many culinary uses as well as eating fresh from the tree. A great variety for juicing and making cider.

The large fruits are quite attractive with red stripes over gold, a rich aromatic flavour and as an added bonus this variety stores well. It has the combination of good sweetness and good sharpness that often denotes a high quality apple.

Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

Fragrant


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Standard Apple Malus Jonagold - 1 tree 3
Standard Apple Malus Jonagold - 1 tree

Standard Apple Malus Jonagold - 1 tree A11003 - St. Malus Jonagold

  • Delivered as pot plant
  • Pot size 20 cm
  • Delivery height including pot 110 cm
Pot size 20 cm - Delivery height including pot 110 cm - Delivered as pot plant 3 pcs in stock

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Standard Apple Malus Jonagold

Jonagold is a popular American apple cultivar. It’s more of a dessert apple that has many culinary uses as well as eating fresh from the tree. A great variety for juicing and making cider.

The large fruits are quite attractive with red stripes over gold, a rich aromatic flavour and as an added bonus this variety stores well. It has the combination of good sweetness and good sharpness that often denotes a high quality apple.

Supplied as standard specimen and makes a very decorative and productive plant for the patio.

Details Standard Apple Malus Jonagold

  • Fragrant
  • Blooms: May
  • Flower colour: White
  • Edible fruit
  • Harvest: October - november
  • Full grown height: 1 - 1.50 m
  • Full grown width: 1 m - 1.25 m
  • Plant location: Blue
  • Plant depth: 20 cm
  • Plant spacing: 100 cm
  • Hardiness: -25 celsius

How to take care of St. Malus Jonagold

Plant in well drained neutral soil; newly planted trees need to be well watered. Keep the area around the base of the tree free from weeds, as they will compete for nutrients. Stake trees grown in open exposed areas.

Once established, thin fruit if the crop is very heavy. Wait until the tree has shed some fruit itself in mid-Summer. Remove any very small or misshapen fruit leaving 10-15 cm between remaining apples to give them space.

Check regularly for signs of disease. Remove any of the infected shoots, leaves and branches to allow light and air into the tree. Remove any fallen leaves and fruit from around the base of the tree regularly to prevent disease.

Mildew on leaves can indicate that the tree needs water. Once the tree is established, each April apply a thick layer of well-rotted manure or compost around the base of the tree do not pile it up against the trunk.

Remove unwanted branches during winter. Cropping is good, although has a tendency to be biennial.

Note: Apple trees belonging to group D in the pollinator classification can be used to pollinate other trees and thus mix other varieties.

Customer reviews

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Great value on plants that would cost a great deal more at a garden centre. I’ll keep on buying from gardens4you.

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07-01-2021

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Quick delivery, well packaged , healthy plants.Will use again.

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19-01-2021

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First class products with a prompt service to match. Will definitely place further orders.

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22-01-2021

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