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Pink Lady Apple Tree

Malus domestica 'Cripps Pink'

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Pink Lady Apple Tree

Malus domestica 'Cripps Pink'

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Botanical Name

Malus domestica 'Cripps Pink'

Outdoor Growing zone

5-8

Mature Height

12-15

Mature Width

12-15

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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The Pink Lady™ Apple is a great tree for your first apple tree, or to add to your home orchard. This variety is widely recognized as the top apple for flavor, with an aromatic sweetness, yet a crisp tartness too. It will give you a big harvest of beautiful pink apples blushed in red, with a white flesh that doesn’t quickly turn brown when sliced. Children and adults all love its great flavor, and no matter how big your crop, nothing will go to waste. Stored in a cool place, these apples will last a full 3 months, and besides being top-quality eating apples, they hold their shape in pies and baked goods. They also make the perfect jelly or preserves, alone or mixed with other fruits. You can grow this tree as a shade tree, and to save space in your garden it can also be trained to grow on a trellis or wall.

  • Top quality eating apple
  • Perfect balance between tart and sweet
  • Excellent for baking and preserves
  • Stores for three months
  • Easily grown by anyone

A sunny location in well-drained soil is ideal for your Pink Lady Apple Tree. Water it regularly during the first year, and then it will only need water during longer dry spells. Some simple pruning and thinning of the fruit is needed for the best results, but this is an easy and fun job to do. Nothing beats the pleasure of harvesting tree-ripened fruit from your own garden, and that little bit of work will be re-payed over and over by the pleasure of eating this apple, and the savings you will make in feeding your family food that you grew yourself, knowing exactly what has been done to it.

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