Answer: North Pole columnar apple is a crisp, juicy McIntosh type ripening in late September. Columnar apple trees are perfect for patios, decks or other small areas. Mature trees grow with no branches and reach 7-9' tall. They are loaded with fruit which forms along the main trunk or on short, spur-like branches. Columnar trees can be planted in whiskey barrels or planted two feet apart in the ground. Your new tree will need a second apple tree in order to set fruit. Golden Sentinel is another columnar tree and is a good choice for cross pollination. As with all fruit trees, plant in full sunshine. Best wishes with your new tree!
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