More About 'Fireside'
- Malus domestica 'Fireside'
- Pale pink to white flowers
- Large, red, striped fruit with a sweet, pleasant flavour
- Good for eating and has a good storage life
- Crisp, sweet, juicy, greenish-white to yellow flesh
- Resistant to cedar apple rust
- Bloom Time: Spring
- Ripens: Early October
Fireside Apple Growing and Maintenance Tips
Needs another apple cultivar or flowering crab in the neighbourhood for pollination and subsequent fruit production. Typically available in rootstocks E.M.26 (dwarf) and M.M.106 (semi-dwarf), and sometimes E.M.7 (very dwarf). Ultimate height and width of apple and other fruit trees depends on the pruning and production program.
Soil MoistureAverage to Dry Soils
Moist to Average