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Apple trees are a very important commercial fruit crop producer in the United States.  The different varieties of apples grow in many colors, pink, red, white, etc.   Apple trees are very cold hardy, capable of growing in almost every climatic area of the U.S.  The shelf life and keeping quality of apples makes this fruit more important than most other fruits.  Apple trees are easy to grow, however, it is essential to plant two different apple tree cultivars, for proper pollination, because one variety planted when alone will not produce apples.  Cross pollination is absolutely necessary for apple crop production.  Call on the experts at Best Price Plants and get reliable information on which apple is best to plant in your garden.

Anna apple tree Anna Apple Tree

USDA Zones 8-9

Cortland apple tree Cortland Apple Tree

USDA Zones 4-7

Gala apple tree Gala Apple Tree

USDA Zones 5-7

Granny Smith apple tree Granny Smith Apple Tree

USDA Zones 6-8

Grimes Golden apple tree Grimes Golden Apple Tree

USDA Zones 5-7

Red Delicious apple tree Red Delicious Apple Tree

USDA Zones 5-7

Red Fuji apple tree Red Fuji Apple

USDA Zones 6-9

  • Anna Apple Trees
    The Anna apple tree is a low chill apple that produces shiny red apples in the Deep South that ripen in June. Anna apples are delicious to eat straight off the tree and crisp with an exceptional, agreeable aroma.
  • Red Fuiji Apple Trees
    The Red Fuji apple tree is a Japanese favorite imported apple tree cultivar with an excellent flavor and long shelf life that is grown as a commercial, grocery store apple.
  • Red Rome Apple Tree
    Red Rome apple trees are bright red in color with a tasteful blend of acid and sweet, juicy flavors. The Red Rome apples are excellent to eat fresh or to bake into apple tarts and apple pies, and the Red Rome apple has an extended shelf life in supermarkets.
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