Honey Crisp in Zone 8?

Randy31513(Georgia 8b)April 16, 2012

I keep thinking about a planting a Honey Crisp but not if they go mushy in the heat. Anybody know?

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alan haigh

I don't even like Honeycrisp much lately in southeastern NY. It doesn't develop much flavor when it's too warm at ripening which it has been for 2 consecutive seasons here. For you it would be ripening in early August, probably, so I can't imagine the quality would be good.

    Bookmark   April 17, 2012 at 5:24AM
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Randy31513(Georgia 8b)

I will drop it off my fall planting then. So many good apples to choose from anyway. Thanks for the reply.

    Bookmark   April 17, 2012 at 6:53AM
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