The Jonathan Apple Tree is a medium to large, almost round fruit that is striped red in cool climates.
Thin, tough skin with fine, juicy flesh. Nice subacid flavor.
Good for cooking and eating fresh.
Ripens late September to late October depending on location. Keeps until late winter.
Tree grows naturally small and bears young, annually, and heavily.
Self-fruitful but harvest is improved with a pollinator.
4-5′ bare root tree with light branching