MALUS FRUIT - JONATHAN
Jonathan Apples are usually small to medium in size and can be slightly striped in skin color or have a red color with yellow background. The flesh is slightly tart and great to eat fresh or use for cooking. Exceptional pie apple. Annual pruning during the dormant season (late winter/early spring) is suggested in order to obtain a more open tree canopy that allows for increased light penetration and better air flow.
Jonathan Apple must be cross-pollinated with a crabapple or different apple variety to produce fruit.
Prefers Well-drained Soil, Moist
Edible fruit, Spring flowering