Prairie Sensation Apple

Prairie Sensation Apple

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Prairie Sensation is a large and very hardy apple. It’s an excellent tasting apple with a fine balance of sweet and tart. There is also a pleasant aromatic flavour with this apple. Red over green in colour with a white crisp, firm and juicy texture. Great to eat fresh and also good for pies. The apples average up to 8 to 9cm in size and ripen in mid-late September. Stores well up to 4 months. There are reports in Alaska that Prairie Sensation was one of only 3 apples that showed true hardiness. The other two by the way were Prairie Sun and September Ruby. Prairie Sensation was released by the University of Saskatchewan in 2008.


Hardiness Zone: 2

Height at Maturity: 18 feet

Spread: 15 feet

Soil Preference: Well drained 

Light: Full sun

Pollination: Self-sterile (Needs another apple tree nearby for best pollination)  

Latin Name: Malus ‘Prairie Sensation’