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Cardinal Cortland

Fruit:
Juicy, sweet with a hint of tartness with a great white flesh that is great for salads. Cortland apples are great for eating, salads, pies and baking.

Bloom Time:
Mid April

Bloom Color:
Pinkish White

Pollination:
Diploid

Fruit Ripening Time:
September through early October

Rootstocks:
EMLA111 Semi-Dwarf Mature Height: 18-22ft.

Tree Characteristics:
The tree is hardy and vigorous. It is moderately resistant to cedar-apple rust and fireblight, but susceptible to apple scab.

Exposure:
Full Sun

Comments:
The Cortland is medium sized, attractive red; white flesh similar to McIntosh. The basin is wrinkled.