Honeycrisp apples are difficult to get established, not very easy to grow, especially for small scale or home growers. Anticipate 3 years minimum, but up to 5 years total before your trees begin to yield any fruit. They are also biennial - which means they will bare little or no fruit every other season.
Semi Dwarf varieties will reach no more than 15 ft. in height with an equal spread Dwarf varieties will reach a top height of roughly 10 feet tall with a slightly lower girth.
Honeycrisp apples are not self pollinating. In order to bare fruit it must be pollinated by another variety. A similar variety is always best. Grafted Trees are also available, with two or more varieties grafted together on one stock to ensure adequate pollination.
Trees grown from Honeycrisp seeds will be hybrids of Honeycrisp and the pollenizer.