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Malus 'Minnewashta'

Plant Type: Fruit Trees

The Zestar! apple or Minnewashta is an apple cultivar released in 1999. It was developed by the horticulturalists at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum’s Horticultural Resource Center, at the University of Minnesota.

Zestar! is an attractive early-season apple, which can usually be picked in late August / early September. Unlike many early varieties it is a notably crisp apple and can be stored for at least a month in the fridge. It was developed by the University of Minnesota, and is a good choice for areas with cold winters.

 


Growing & Maintenance Tips:

Great for fresh eating, cooking, baking and juice.

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Plant Spread

20'

Good Companions

Plant Height

20'

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Hardness Zone

4

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