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Apple Tree
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Apple Tree

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In Ancient Greece, when you threw an apple at someone, you were symbolically declaring your love; catching it was a sign of accepting that love. In that same spirit, giving one of our apple trees is a beautiful way to convey wishes for health and happiness to the ones you love. Apples are rich in Vitamin A, calcium and potassium, and are perfect for apple wine, apple butter, apple jelly, apple sauce, pies, cakes and other desserts.

  • Flowering: white with a pink tinge that gradually fades
  • Fruit: matures in Autumn
  • Average Landscape Size: prolific grower to 8-20' tall
  • Growth Habits: vigorous growth
  • See Climate Guide to learn if this plant is appropriate for your recipient


Choose your variety:

  • Granny Smith: moderately sweet with superb eating and cooking qualities. Very vigorous; heavy producing
  • Red Delicious: mild flavor, crisp juicy flesh. High yielding, fast growing tree
  • Yellow Delicious: unusually fine, sweet taste. Very vigorous tree bears quite young and heavily


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