The Hazen Apple, Malus 'Hazen', is a variety introduced by North Dakota State University. It is a hardy apple for the northern prairies, and it displays white, fragrant, long lasting blooms in the spring. It produces large dark red fruit which normally matures in late August or early September. The fruit has a milder taste than Haralson and is good for cooking and eating. The tree is a natural semi-dwarf which bears fruit at a young age. Hazen is moderately resistant to fireblight, and it requires rich soil, moderate watering, good drainage and full sun.