Dwarf Fuji Apple Trees
Get Apples This Year, Not Next
Looking for an exotic addition to your garden that will produce
lots and lots of fruit FAST? Try the Dwarf Red Fuji Apple Tree.
Introduced from Japan to the United States in the 1980’s,
these trees are preferred by commercial growers because they
produce sweet, great tasting apples – and FAST!
Dwarf Red Fuji Apple Trees flower in the mid to late spring. They produce fruit that ripens in October. Harvest the fruit when the seeds of the apple turn from white to brown. These trees are perfect for the backyard garden, because they are adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions, like partial to full sun, and are smaller than other apple varieties, growing to a mature height of 10-15 feet, and a width of up to 10 feet. Dwarf Red Fuji Apple Trees are recommended for growing zones 6-9.
Apples trees must “cross-pollinate” to produce fruit. Since two trees of the same apple variety cannot cross pollinate, this tree is best paired with the Granny Smith Apple Tree or the Yellow Delicious Apple Tree, to produce the optimum fruit yield. Our Dwarf Red Fuji Apple Trees have been pruned over time. This accounts for their full branching, strong framework and heavy fruiting ability.
Red Fuji apples have a sweet and refreshing taste. Each pink flushed red apple is not only beautiful, but also crisp and juicy. Apples from the Dwarf Red Fuji Apple Tree have been shown to be high in fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants, providing a wide range of potential health benefits.