Gala Apple, semi-dwarf, fruiting

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Malus pumila 'Gala' (semi-dwarf)

An ñheirloom' variety. Excellent eating and baking apple. Native to New Zealand and introduced into the United States in 1970s. Cross between Kidds Orange Red and Golden Delicious, which is a good pollinator. Showy, Fragrant Flowers Medium sized. Flesh is firm, crisp, sweet, juicy. Will take summer heat. Ripens late Aug. to early Sept. Stores well. *Deer May Browse* Attracts: Butterflies & Hummingbirds

Ornamental Characteristics
Category Fruits, Nuts, Berries
foliage Type Deciduous, ovate
Height 10 ft-20 ft
Spread 10+ ft
Shape Bush fruit-tree form
Primary foliage Color
Seasonal foliage Color
Flowering Season Spring
Flower Color White; then pinkish-yellow fruit
Berries
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Moderate
Sun Preferences Full Sun
Water Preferences Well -drained soil
Cold Hardiness Zone 5-8