I wanted to start a thread to document my three Maha Chanook seedlings' progress through this blooming/fruiting season. I have Id'd the trees based upon their planted location forming a triangle shape with one tree planted at the southern point of the triangle (S), one at the Northwest (NW) and the last at the Northeast (NE). They look like this today.
The pannicles and apparent fruit production,at least thus far are very different.
The South tree has medium to light fruit set with yellowish-pink coloring in the pannicles and blooms.
The northwest tree has more pink-red pannicles and flowers and almost no fruit set at all.
The northeast tree is also red in coloration and has moderate to heavy fruit set.
I'll be updating this as the season goes on.