Campfield Cider Apple
Malus domestica 'Campfield'
A medium-to-large size, 'bittersweet' cider apple, greenish yellow with a red blush. The flesh is white, firm, sweet and rich; the juice is low acid, and high in tannins. Makes the traditional "Newark cider" when mixed with the varieties Harrison and Granniwinkle. Origin: New Jersey, 1817.
The tree is vigorous, spreading, and productive. Blooms midseason (category 3). Thin carefully in early years to avoid lapsing into biennial bearing. Ripens late.
USDA Zone: 4-9
Mature Height: 14' (Semi-Dwarf)
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: October/November
Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer
Semi-Dwarf Rootstock: MM106
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