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Tangy Green Urban Apple Tree

Malus domestica ‘AK-98’

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Tangy Green Urban Apple Tree

Malus domestica ‘AK-98’

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Malus domestica ‘AK-98’

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The Tangy Green Urban Apple Tree is a new and exciting variety of apple that grows just 10 feet tall and just 2 feet wide. It naturally forms an upright column that will be covered with the most delicious rich-green apples, ripening in mid-September. This is the ideal choice of variety if you like a tangy, crisp apple, for eating fresh or for cooking. Plant your tree in a sunny location in any kind of soil that is well-drained. It requires very little care from you to start producing apples within a year or two after planting. Before you know it you will be bringing fresh, crisp apples into the house for your family to enjoy and unlike store-bought apples you will know exactly what has been done to grow them.

  • Perfect apple tree for the smallest garden
  • 10 feet tall and only 2 feet wide
  • Grows well right across the country
  • Delicious deep-green apples with a great tangy flavor
  • Perfect choice for container gardening outdoors

This tree is also perfect for growing in pots, where it will thrive and give fruit for many years. If you have no other apple trees around you, plant another variety of our Urban Apples with this tree, so that both trees will give a bumper harvest. These trees are ideal for an unusual hedge separating one part of the garden from another, or as accent plants around the garden. Once you have grown these trees you will discover how easy it is to have your own tree-ripened fruit, no matter how small your garden is.