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Apple Malus domestica

How to sow apple: Bare root tree

Sun requirement for apple: Plant in Full Sun

Apple has been planted 43 times by Growstuff members.

The apple is a deciduous tree in the Rose family grown for it's sweet fruit. The apple originated in Central Asia and has spread across the world. There are now over 7,500 cultivars bred for a variety of climates and characteristics. Apples are propagated through grafting because seeds do not breed true.

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Predictions

Perennial

living more than two years

First harvest expected

179 weeks after planting

Height

300cm

Spread

500cm

Photos

Apple crops

Apple plantings

Apple harvests

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Sunniness

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Varieties

golden delicious apple

golden delicious apple

Malus domestica
granny smith apple

granny smith apple

Malus domestica
pink lady apple

pink lady apple

Malus domestica 'Cripps Pink'

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What people are saying about apples

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