Anna Apple (standard)
Malus domestica 'Anna'
Made for the Deep South. Large with light green-yellow skin with a slight red blush. Sweet apples from Southern apple trees are slightly tart and crisp with creamy white flesh. Great for fresh eating and pies.
Extremely young bearer. Dorsett or Ein Shemer good pollinators. Ripens late June - July. Hardy zones 5-9. Requires 200 -300 chilling hours.
*Deer May Browse*
Photo courtesy of: Bottoms Nursery of Concord, GA
|Height||20 - 25'|
|Spread||15 - 20'|
|Shape||Standard Fruit-tree form - Ovate|
|Primary Foliage Color||Green|
|Seasonal Foliage Color||Sheds its leaves durning colder months|
|Fruit||Late June - July|
|Sun Preferences||Full Sun|
|Water Preferences||Average - Prepare planting area for adequate drainage.|