Malus domestica 'Haralson'
Haralson is an ideal backyard apple variety, especially for the northern states. It is one of the most cold-hardy apple varieties, suitable for zone 4 or even zone 3. It is also very productive and easy to train and grow.
The apples ripen very late in October, and can be kept in a cold store for several months. They can be eaten fresh, particularly if you like a tart apple, and also used for baking and juicing.
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Haralson was one of the first new varieties to emerge from the highly-regarded University of Minnesota cold-hardy apple breeding program, and was released in 1922. One of the parents is Wealthy, the first apple variety specifically developed for cold-hardiness in Minnesota.