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Pollination group:

Amur Red

Identification: Fruit is small, about the size of a walnut and completely washed bright red and generally in a tight cluster.

Uses: Intended as an ornamental tree, but the fruit is excellent for making apple jelly.

Origins: Thought to be an open pollinated seedling of Amur, released by Harold Orchard, Miami, Manitoba (Canada) in 1940.

Cultivation: Upright. Very hardy. Precocious.

Ploidism: Diploid. Self sterile.

Type(s): Jelly, Ornamental

Flowers: White