50 Seeds - Fuji Apple Tree Seeds Pink Lady Gala Apple Seeds for Planting Honey Crisp Envy Golden Deli. Native Fruit Seeds - The RikeRegular price $7.00 Save $-7.00
These seeds come from an orchard in Maine where trees were selected for cold hardiness and Apple cider production. Its a seed source that I am honored to work with because its the full time job of a grand son of the original orchard man that planted it from Maine Highland Forest in central Maine. A real American family farm story that is inspiring to see. 😇😇 🍎Prune as little as possable the first few years so you don't delay fruit bearing. Can't wait to see your amazing results soon!!.
Easy to grow: It's not hard to grow apple plants from seeds. They need full sun and dirt that drains well.
Apple trees can get pretty big, but they'll start producing fruit in just a few years.
Apple trees produce a lot of fruit, which you can share with friends and family.
Apples that you grew yourself taste better than any other apple.
Advice on how to plant:
Soak the seeds in water for twenty-four hours.
Plant the seeds about half an inch deep in soil that drains well.
Water the seeds often, especially when the weather is dry.
The seeds will grow in four to six weeks.
Cut the plants apart until there is only one strong one left after the seeds have grown.
Water the plants often, especially when the weather is dry.
The apple trees will start to bear fruit in three to five years.
A little extra information:
Latin names for different kinds of fruit: Malus domestica "Fuji," "Pink Lady," "Gala," "Honey Crisp," "Envy," and "Golden Delicious"
Tree type of plant
Being outside in the sun: full sun
Soil type: well drains
Between 3 and 5 years until maturity.
15 to 20 feet tall
Between 15 and 20 feet
Four to nine zones of hardiness