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READ BELOW - Some of these won't bear fruit without another variety of apple tree nearby.

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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.

https://www.starkbros.com/tags/ho...yers-guide
Costco sells fruit trees for $20 and less.
They even have the fruit-cocktail trees, 5 apple varieties grafted on a single tree.
Same with pears.
Picked up 8 last month
Yes, they do need a pollinator. I planted my 2 favorite varieties close to each other, honeycrisp and Fuji.

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How long does it take to get fruit from these guys?
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How long does it take to get fruit from these guys?
Usually apple trees need to be about 2-3 years old and then you'll start to get some. I have a red delicious tree and at age 3 it had three apples for the season. Last year it had 5. This year I don't know yet, but it's almost double the size it was last year. Guessing you probably have a year or two before these get anything, but it really depends on the tree, where you plant it, and what you plant with it.
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Do honeycrisp apple trees need to like have some other tree to cross pollinate with? Or can I just have it by itself?
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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.

https://www.starkbros.com/tags/ho...yers-guide
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Do honeycrisp apple trees need to like have some other tree to cross pollinate with? Or can I just have it by itself?
Yes, they do need a pollinator. I planted my 2 favorite varieties close to each other, honeycrisp and Fuji.
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Ordered two trees in California see if they cancel
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Do honeycrisp apple trees need to like have some other tree to cross pollinate with? Or can I just have it by itself?
Yes, but it doesn't necessarily need to be another apple tree. My apple is planted next to a persimmon and a peach tree and I have other fruit trees like pear and fig.
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Terrible experience with them. Trees arrived late and were trees with tops lopped off.
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Costco sells fruit trees for $20 and less.
They even have the fruit-cocktail trees, 5 apple varieties grafted on a single tree.
Same with pears.
Picked up 8 last month
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Why are they always dwarf trees? I'd like to get some regular-sized fruit trees for my yard so they can provide both fruit AND shade. Dwarf trees are just too dang tiny.
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Why not CA? I'd love an apple tree.
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Why not CA? I'd love an apple tree.
Wait CA residents, honeycrisp will ship to CA.
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