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Malus domestica "Ginger Gold"

Common Name(s):
Ginger Gold apple
Categories:
Edible Plants, Trees
Comment:

Ginger Gold apple is an early ripening apple, mid-July in North Carolina. The fruit is medium large, conical with pale green appearance at first, then ripens to yellow. The trees are very susceptible to mildew.

Height:
12-15 ft.
Flower:
White-pink blossoms in mid April. Needs pollinator.
Zones:
4-8
Habit:
Deciduous
Site:
Full-sun, well drained soil.
Texture:
Semi-dwarf
Edibility:
The flavor is crisp and mild, with a tart finish. The cream-colored flesh resists browning than many varieties on the market. It will hold it's shape well when cooked, great for fresh salads and eating fresh. It can be kept longer than many varieties.
Growth Rate:
Moderate
Tags:
deciduous

NCCES plant id: 2959

Malus domestica "Ginger Gold" Fruit and leaves
Photo by MarkusHagenlocher, CC-BY-SA-3.0
Malus domestica "Ginger Gold" Close up if fruit
Photo by Mike Licht, CC BY - 2.0