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Rare Red-flesded Apple(Malus niedzwetzkyana Dieck)🍎 Seeds Heirloom Exotic Garden Fruit
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Red-fleshed apple (Malus niedzwetzkyana Dieck) is a plant of the genus Malus in the Rosaceae family. It is a small deciduous tree and a precious fruit tree and landscaping tree species in temperate areas of China. Red-fleshed apples bear fruit early, have strong fruit strength, are very high-yielding, are drought-resistant and barren-tolerant, and can be used as apple rootstocks. Its flowers and fruits are bright and beautiful, and it is an excellent landscaping tree species. Red-fleshed apples were developed by Swiss fruit grower Markus Cobot. The fruit is shaped like a tomato and has a sweet taste. This species is characterized by red pigments in the leaves, xylem, pulp and seeds.

Indoor/Outdoor Usage                           Outdoor
Color                                                         Red
Expected Blooming Period                     Summer, Spring
Sunlight Exposure                                   Full Sun
Expected Planting Period                       Spring

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It is a vigorous, productive tree that produces medium to large fruit
Red Delicious Apple is a high chill apple. It requires 800 chilling hours required for fruit to set. Fruit ripens in fall
Hardy, Adaptable, Easy to Grow, Fast Growth, Bonsai, Espalier, Fragrant Flowers, Edible Fruits, Attracts Birds, Wildlife Food/Shelter, Cold, Drought and Wind Tolerant.

How to Plant Apple Trees

Apples thrive best in hardiness zones 3–8, with certain varieties faring better in specific zones than others. Central and Northern regions should plant in early spring, when the soil begins to warm; regions with milder winters may also see success planting in early fall.

1. Pick the site. Apple trees need full sun, a good amount of space, loamy soil, and a neutral soil pH. A soil test can be obtained for a small fee through your local USDA cooperative extension office. In addition to identifying the proportions of clay, sand, silt, and organic matter in your soil, you’ll learn if your pH level is off and whether you have any nutrient deficiencies. You’ll also receive instructions to correct any imbalances.

2. Prepare the site. A week before planting, clear any debris or weeds. Correct soil imbalances as needed, but do not over-fertilize, as this can be too intense for new roots.

3. Acquire root stock. Though apple trees can be started indoors from seed, seedlings take 6–10 years to grow to a producing size. Root stocks or young trees can both be purchased at a garden center or nursery.

4.Plant. Dig a planting hole twice the width of the root system and about 2 feet deep, making sure the soil is nice and loose around the edges. Fan the roots out over the bottom of the hole, eliminating air pockets by gently tamping down around each root as you backfill with soil. If planting a root stock, be sure the graft union—a swollen-looking raised bump—is a minimum of 2 inches above the topsoil. If planting a tree from a container, and the root ball has dried out, soak it in a bucket of water for 24 hours prior to planting.

How Far Apart Should Apple Trees Be Planted?

Distance is crucial for healthy apple trees. Space full-size trees 15–18 feet apart, and dwarfing rootstock 4–8 feet apart so they can spread out as they mature.

6 Tips for Growing Apple Trees

Even though apple trees are not necessarily high maintenance, they still benefit from active care.

  1. Water. Water regularly, but don’t soak. Apples like a moist, well-drained soil, but overwatering can lead to root rot.
  2. Provide support. In order to support heavier fruit production later, young trees need help establishing a sturdy frame of branches. Use trellises or posts, trained into a central leader system—a pruning technique that establishes one main trunk with supporting branches sprouting from either side.
  3. Practice companion planting. Apple trees require cross-pollination (with the exception of many self-pollinating varieties like Honeycrisp, Gala, and Cortland) between different cultivars that bloom on the same schedule. Ensure your garden attracts plenty of pollinators by planting attractive, aromatic plants nearby.
  4.  Mulch. Mulching can help with moisture retention and soil temperature, but be sure to remove it in fall after the harvest to prevent mice from nesting in it over the winter and destroying the bark.
  5.  Prune. There’s no need to over-prune during the growing season, but do remove any dead or broken branches as you see them. Regular yearly pruning provides good air circulation, which can curb diseases and allows the leaves to dry out quicker after a rain.
  6. Control pests. Though there are disease and pest-resistant varieties, apple trees are vulnerable to a number of threats: fire blight, apple maggots, codling moths, and fungal diseases like apple scab. Companion planting can help repel insects like aphids and mites, and apple maggots can be eradicated with a hanging sticky trap or two, but some trees may require an annual pesticide spraying to keep most bacterial diseases at bay.

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