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Anna Apple
Growing Zones: 5-9
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Mature Height: 20-30 ft.
Mature Width: 12-15 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Blooms: Summer
Botanical: Malus domestica 'Anna'
Cannot Ship to: AZ
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Anna Apple

Anna Apple
  • 4-5 ft.
  • 5-6 ft.
  • 6-7 ft.
$159.98 to $199.98 $$99.99 (save 56%)
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The Best Apple Tree for Southern Climates

The Anna Apple Tree is the perfect fruit producer for warmer climates. Loads of apples are ready in June, providing you with months of recipe ideas.

Here’s why it’s the choice tree for your apple needs...
• Self-pollinating
• Produces fruits in the first or second year.
• Needs low chill hours, so it's perfect for southern climates
• Attracts wildlife
• Low maintenance

Get ready for a barrel full of apples from your Anna Apple Tree! The compact shape belies its bounty of irresistible tasting fruits. Suitable for the Gulf and lower South climates, this tree needs a minimal amount of chilling time to produce in early summer. Startling flowers of red and white tones bloom for long periods, creating ideal pollination. Butterflies and bees will be at home in your tree.

Culinary Dream Come True
Once your fruits appear, you can pick early in the green stages for that tart crisp taste much like the Granny Smith. Or wait for the apples to ripen to a a ruby red with a softer taste like a Red Delicious. Once your month of picking begins, your cooking inspirations will be endless. Bake in pies. Make apple sauce or add to soups. Or create a savory dish with pork roast stuffed with apples.

You can store your apples for up to two months in the fridge to take advantage of all your cooking desires. Nutritionally, your apples will keep the doctor away thanks to Vitamins A, C, and loads of fiber.

Low Maintenance
Of all apple trees, the Anna is perhaps the easiest to maintain. Fertilize organically at least twice a year for happy fruit production. Water regularly, although your tree can handle the hot climate and full sun. Self-pollination will put your mind at ease, although cross-pollinating with another tree like a Crabapple will up your harvest dramatically.

Pests and diseases are rarely a factor, although it never hurts to spray with an organic pesticide. Suitable in most soils, the Anna Apple only needs it to be well-drained to grow well. Prune once and well in the winter. You can even keep it at arms-length size for easy picking. That’s it. Minimal work for big

Get your Anna Apple Tree now and watch the fruits of your little labor come to life!

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