Dwarf Goodland Apple

Malus x ‘Dwarf Goodland’


Large apple, creamy yellow with a splash of red, flesh is white. Excellent for eating fresh and cooking. Fruit ripens in mid-September and stores well. Morden Research Station introduction. All apples, crabapples and applecrabs are closely related and can be used to cross pollinate each other. Note: Fruit production on dwarfing rootstock can be up to 2 years earlier than trees on standard rootstock.



Height: 10-15′

Spread: 10′

Light Needs: Full Sun

Hardiness Zone: 3

Foliage Colour: Green

Fall Foliage: Yellow

Growth Habit: Dwarfing

Flower Colour: White

Blooms: Spring

Fruit Colour: Green, Red Blush

Fruit Size: 6-8 cm

Fruit Timing: Ripe Mid September

Fruit Use: Cooking, Fresh Eating, Stores Well

Key Features: Edible Fruit, Spring Blooms

Landscape Uses: Accent, Shade, Orchard

Pollination: Requires a Pollinator