Honeycrisp Apple Trees

Delivery to Tulsa, Fort Smith, Siloam Springs, Bentonville, or Fayetteville is possible depending on size of order. Trees are located in Tahlequah. Please call or Email to confirm availability.


Tree Sizes & Pricing

  • 5 gallon – $55
  • 10 gallon – $100 (sold out)


Introducing the Highly Sought-After Honeycrisp Apple Tree: A Must-Have for Every Home Orchard


Discover the Honeycrisp Apple Tree, a modern and highly popular variety known for its incredible fresh-eating experience. Renowned for its sweet, honey-like taste, and explosively juicy, crisp texture, this apple has become an American favorite. With a naturally compact growth habit, the Honeycrisp Apple Tree is perfect for small spaces and home gardens. Originating from Excelsior, Minnesota in 1974, this cold-hardy tree ripens in early September and requires a pollinator – choose another apple variety to ensure a bountiful harvest.


Appearance of the Honeycrisp Apple Tree: The tree boasts green foliage and lovely white blossoms, while the apple itself features a red blush over a yellow background. The white flesh of the apple is delightfully crisp and juicy. Reaching a height of 14 to 18 feet and a width of 12 to 15 feet at maturity, the Honeycrisp Apple Tree produces fruit that averages 2.5-2.75 inches in diameter, with some apples growing even larger than three inches.


Optimal Growing Conditions for Honeycrisp Apple Trees:

  • -Sun and Shade: Honeycrisp apple trees require approximately eight hours of direct sunlight daily, especially in the morning to help dry the dew from the leaves and reduce disease spread.
  • -Soil: Plant your tree in well-drained loam soil, ideally with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0 (slightly acidic or neutral).
  • -Fertilizer: Apply a high-nitrogen fertilizer, such as 10-10-10, annually during the spring to promote healthy growth and vibrant green leaves.
  • -Water: Water your Honeycrisp apple tree regularly, keeping the roots moist. During hotter months (May to October), water daily, allowing water to penetrate seven inches into the root system.
  • -Hardiness Zones: This apple tree thrives in cold hardy zones 3 and 4, but can also survive in warmer zones 6 and 7.


Notable Characteristics of the Honeycrisp Apple:

  • -Fruit size: At least three inches in diameter
  • -Fruit uses: Perfect for fresh eating or cooking in recipes like apple pie
  • -Fruit color: Red-blushed and yellow skin with white flesh
  • -Fruit texture and flavor: Crisp, juicy texture with a sweet, tart flavor
  • -Region: Best suited for the North and Midwest
  • -Hardiness zones: 3-7
  • -Growing season: Blossoms in April, with apples ready to pick in September
  • -Resistance: Scab disease
  • -Susceptibility: Fire blight, fly speck, sooty blotch, bitter pit, and mildew


Enhance your home orchard with the Honeycrisp Apple Tree, and savor the delightful taste and texture of these exceptional apples. Enjoy the satisfaction of growing your own fruit, and indulge in the mouthwatering flavors that only a freshly picked Honeycrisp apple can provide.