Prairie Magic Apple
Prairie Magic Apple begin as a yellow color and matures to an overall red color. The fruit is crisp and juicy with a white flesh and is sweet. Prairie Magic Apple likes to be planted in full sun.
Prairie Magic Apple ripens early and does not store well. It produces apples in August. Somewhat self fruiting but greatly benefits (more fruit) when cross pollinated with Honeycrisp, Gala or Liberty. Fruit trees attract wildlife, birds, and bees. Prairie Magic apples are good for fresh eating, making jams, jellies, sauces, and pies. Prairie Magic Apple also stores well. Prairie Magic Apple can also be planted in a cottage garden.