I planted this “Anna Semi Dwarf Apple Tree” in my garden a year ago and this month 7 apples were ready to be picked. My kids decided something with a lot of sugar would be the appropriate celebration dessert for harvesting our first bumper crop. That sounds like farm talk doesn’t it?, “we harvested our apples.” I searched online for ideas and I have to confess, I chose a cobbler over a pie because cobblers are easy and fast! It tasted delicious, I only wish I could insert the aroma of cinnamon, nutmeg and baked dough on this blog.
Anna Apples grow great in San Diego County, they are crispy, juicy and sweet. They need full sun and grow to about 10 feet. Did you know that full sun means 6 hours of sun per day? Nice little garden fact for the next get together with your friends!
The blooms on the tree are incredibly beautiful, see this photo link- BLOOM.
This dwarf apple tree can be planted in a very large container. I have a variety of dwarf trees in containers around my backyard.
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