Apple 'Antonowka'

Malus domestica 'Antonowka'

Apple 'Antonowka'
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Tree: robust growth, broad, very frost resistant, also in the flower, until - 7 no problem
Fruit: medium large, to large apple
Flesh: yellowish-white, loose structure, slightly juicy, fresh sweet and sour with little aroma

Good table fruit, but not very special

Very good for applesauce and apple pie


Blossom time
Planting distance

Distance in hedge

Soil conditions
All soils
Fruit colour
Fresh sweet and sour
To eat fresh, purée, baking
Picking season
Season of use
September, October, November, December
Growing situation
Mature plant height

Blossom colour
For enthusiasts, it is the only one that still produces fruit after a severe night frost.
Moderate growth
Producing fruits after
After 2 to 3 years
Not self-pollinating, but good pollinator for other breeds
Malus d. 'Alkmene', Malus d. 'Benoni', Malus d. 'Cox's Orange Pippin', Malus d. 'Discovery', Malus d. 'Finkenwerder Prinz', Malus d. 'Gloster', Malus d. 'James Grieve', Malus d. 'Lombarts Calville', Malus d. 'Red Jonathan', Malus d. 'Summerred'.
Disease resistance
Non-disease sensitive
Overall appreciation

This article is available in various models

Apple 'Antonowka' - spindle 1-year on rootstock M7/M4

Maiden, 1-year on rootstock M7/M4
With this maiden form you can make a bush-tree or spindle tree.
For normal sandy soil.
Also convenient for low espaliers (1,5 to 2,5 meter)
In case of very rich soil this maiden can also be used for making a half-standard tree

€ 12.95

Apple 'Antonowka' - spindle 1-year on rootstock Bitterfeld

Maiden, 1-year on rootstock Bitterfeld in pot
Maiden, 1-year on rootstock Bitterfeld
With this maiden form you can make a half-standard or standard tree
Also convenient for higher espaliers (3 to 5 meter)
These plants can also be used for bush trees on poor dry soil, e.g. forest ground.

€ 12.95