Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple
Malus domestica 'Golden Sentinel'
Enjoy this this golden columnar apple late into the fall! Golden Sentinel is a large flavorful yellow apple that ripens in early October, sweet and juicy with that classic McIntosh crunch!
Columnar apple trees are trees that produce their fruit on spurs along the main stem. Columnar trees combine disease resistance, flavor, and ease of growing in small spaces as each has a narrow upright habit.
Ideally suited to grow in a container, on a patio, or as a small tree in the ground, trees grow to about 8' tall. Like other apples, you will need two different cultivars for pollination. Columnar apple varieties bloom in the mid and mid-late seasons and are good pollinizers for any other apple variety!
Chill hours 800 to 1200. On MM106 semi-dwarf rootstock.
USDA Zone: 4-9
Mature Height: 8' (Columnar)
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: Late Summer - Fall
Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer
Semi-Dwarf Rootstock: MM106
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