Dwarf Goodland Apple
An apple tree variety that originates from Manitoba. The Goodland apples are moderately sweet and have a creamy-green skin, with a blush red. The white flesh is tender and juicy. The tree bears vast quantities of fruit every year and has some resistance to fire blight. The apples can be harvested from Mid-August, and can be kept in cold storage for about 20 weeks. These apples make a great apple sauce, puree, and great for eating fresh.
Dwarf trees grow 8-9′ tall by 5′ wide.