McIntosh Apple

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McIntosh Apple tree produces heavy crops of small to medium-sized apples that ripen and are ready for harvest around mid-September. Often, McIntosh Apple crops persist into early winter, as this tree is hardy and can easily withstand colder temperatures. 

An early ripener, McIntosh apple tree is one of the earliest of the apples to ripen.To extend your season of harvest, plant the McIntosh with the mid-season Winesap and a late season Arkansas Black Apple. You'll gain an heirloom harvest of some of the finest eating apples known. 

Mature Height      20 - 25 ft  

Mature Width       20 - 25 ft

Full Sun

Zone  4 - 6

Soil Well Drained

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*images shown are of mature plants