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Fuji Apple Tree

Fuji Apple Tree

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Spectacular Spring Display and Outstanding FruitThe Fuji Apple tree delivers a spectacular spring display and an outstanding fall harvest.- It would look great in your yard as an ornamental focal point - or plant several as a small orchard on the sunny side of your home.- The fuji is a cross between the Red Delicious and the Virginia Ralls Genet apple.- It grows 8-10 feet tall with an equal spread.- - - In- the spring - delicate white blooms bathed in a pinkish hue will seem to envelope your Fuji s branches - giving it the appearance of a plant that s more flowers than tree.- This - tree of flowers- will further tantalize your senses as its heavenly scent drifts on the breeze to every spot in your yard.The Fuji will maintain a vibrant green through the summer. You can watch in wonder as your tiny apples slowly reach their maturity.- When others are mourning the loss of summer - you ll look forward to October when your fruit is ready for you to harvest.- - The flavor of the Fuji is prized - and in fact it s now one of the favorite apples in the United States.- You ll love that hearty crunch when you bite into your Fuji - followed by the succulent sweet juice that naturally flows from the dense texture of the fruit.- - - The Fuji apple is a large - round fruit with a bright red color and some yellow highlights.- It s sweet and crisp with a firm texture and long shelf-life.- You don t even have to refrigerate it in storage.- It s great for snacking as well as a good baking apple.- - * Red Large Fruit* Compact - Dwarf Tree* Stores Well* Semi-dwarf- Recommended pollinators. Ginger Gold - Granny Smith - Honeycrisp -

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