The Goodland Apple tree originates from Manitoba, Canada circa 1955 as an open-pollinated seedling of the heirloom Patten Greening. This cold-hardy apple has had reported success growing in the cold regions of Canada.
Goodland is an annual bearer of large apples and does not require any thinning. The yellow and red colored fruit has white, crisp flesh and is very aromatic. Goodland makes the perfect apple sauce! The apples do not store as well, lasting for just a couple of months, so have plans to process the fruit.
Plant in full sun and expect the apples to mature in late summer to early fall.