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Honeycrisp Apple Tree Pollinators

Like most apple trees, Honeycrisp apple trees require a pollinator to be fruitful. That means there needs to be another apple tree of a different variety — ideally growing within 50 feet of the Honeycrisp tree — for adequate cross-pollination. Honeycrisp apple trees are not self-pollinating, so they won’t produce fruit by themselves. They also won’t be pollinated by another Honeycrisp apple tree. If another compatible variety is present and blooms at the same time, then a Honeycrisp apple tree will be able to set fruit, starting as early as its second year after planting! Here are our apple varieties that we recommend to pollinate a Honeycrisp apple tree.

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