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Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple
Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple

Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple

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A great apple tree for small (very small) spaces! 

Don’t have the room or the inclination to grow a full-on apple orchard in your backyard but you love the idea of having fresh apples? Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple Tree is the tree that you’ve been waiting for!

This neat little cultivar was discovered in Canada several years ago and has become a bit of a sensation in the gardening world. It will for sure be a sensation in your neighborhood! The tree grows completely vertically with no branching to speak of. The apples grow in clusters all along the tree trunk, like brussels sprouts. It is just about as unique a sight as you’ll see in the garden!

The apples are very large and an attractive golden-yellow. They are treat to eat fresh – deliciously sweet and juicy. They ripen in mid-September and often produce a crop the first year after planting. They are naturally dwarfish, only reaching 10-12 feet tall (and only 1 to 2 feet wide!). They can be pollinated by any other apple tree, so buy a couple for best fruit production.

Imagine a pair of these flanking your sunny entryway, or in large pots on the edges of your sunny balcony in the city.

Definitely order two or more of these when you order. Don’t wait! The sooner you plant, the sooner you’ll be eating the fresh, delicious Golden Sentinel apples from your own yard!

* Column-type tree – only 1 foot wide!
* Great for small spaces and balconies
* Full-sized fruit
* Easy care and hardy
* Sweet, juicy fruit

PLANT HIGHLIGHTS

Golden Sentinel Columnar Apple Is Suited to Grow in Zones 4-8
Growing Zones 4-8
More Information
Brand Nature Hills Nursery
Botanical Name Malus 'Golden Sentinel'
Foliage Deciduous
Mature Height 10 - 12 feet
Mature Spread 1 - 2 feet
Soil Type Rich, well drained soil best
Moisture Even moisture to establish and for best fruit production
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Growth Rate Medium
Flower Color White
Foliage Color Green
Fruiting Time Apples ripen mid Sept.