|I have three scions of G.935 rootstock (Ottawa 3 X Robusta 5) grafted into the canopy as a pollinator.
|Called an applecrab because it is bigger than a crabapple (arbitrarily with a diameter of less than 35mm or inch-and-a-quarter) and smaller than an apple (arbitrarily with a diameter larger than 62mm or two-and-a-half inches),
|This tree is bearing every other year. It will sulk next year.
Unlike most super-hardy apple varieties, Kerr hangs on the tree well into the winter and stays edible.
Kerr was one of the parents used in the Vineland series of apple rootstocks.