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Cameo Apple Tree

Malus domestica 'Cameo'

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Cameo Apple Tree

Malus domestica 'Cameo'

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Malus domestica 'Cameo'

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The Cameo Apple is a newer variety that has become enormously popular. Still hard to find in stores, now you can grow it in your own garden, and have personal access to one of the tastiest and most versatile apples around. Sweet, crisp and tangy, this apple stays white after cutting, and it is ideal for savory salads and dishes. Cooked in pies it holds its shape and tastes fantastic. Eaten fresh it has that juicy crunch that makes apples so delicious. If you want versatility, this is the apple to grow. It ripens in September and October, and keeps for months, so nothing will be wasted from the heavy crop you can look forward to in just a few short years.

  • Top flavor in a beautiful red-striped apple
  • Multi-purpose apple for sweet and savory, fresh or baked
  • Flesh stays white after slicing
  • Good choice for mid-climate zones
  • Vigorous and heavy cropping

Plant your Cameo Apple Tree in a sunny spot, in well-drained soil. It will grow well in most soils, and benefits from mulching with rich organic material each spring. Prune and train your tree from an early age, to take up less room, and maximize the quality of your crop. Plant another suitable apple tree with it as a pollinator – we recommend the Gala Apple Tree, which is another versatile and valuable garden apple. Or you can grow a flowering crab apple, which will also pollinate apple trees. Although all apple trees can be affected by pests and diseases, this vigorous tree will usually thrive with minimal care.