Cortland Apple


Cortland Apple

Malus spp. Fall-Winter. (Ben Davis x McIntosh) NY Stn, 1915.

Although never as important as McIntosh, Cortland remains very popular throughout northern New England even in this era of many new introductions.

Medium-large slightly ribbed dull red fruit with a purple blush. Excellent eating and cooking. Slow-oxidizing white fine-grained crisp tender juicy flesh: very good in salads. Produces a surprisingly delightful cider, fresh or fermented, in a mix or even on its own. Stores for a month or so.

Vigorous tall upright spreading tree. Annual producer of heavy crops. A recent U Mass study showed Cortland’s resistance to apple maggot fly. Cortland bears young, so remove fruit for the first year or two to avoid stunting growth. Susceptible to scab. Blooms midseason. Z4. Maine Grown. (Standard: 3–6' bare-root trees; semi-dwarf: 2½-5' bare-root trees; dwarf: 2–5' bare-root trees)

115 Cortland
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115A: on standard stock, 1 for $38.50
115C: on M111 semi-dwarfing stock, 1 for $38.50
115D: on Bud 9 dwarfing stock, 1 for $38.50
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All apple trees require a second variety for pollination.

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