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Pink Lady Apple Tree
Pink Lady Apple Tree

Pink Lady Apple Tree

$46.99

Want your own fresh apples, but don’t have the space for a large apple tree? Pink Lady is a  semi-dwarf apple tree that is smaller (12-15' wide & high) at maturity. Pink Lady Apple Trees are easy to grow and low-maintenance and have proven that they do well in hot climates. These trees produce large tart fruit that ripens in the fall but her apples are wonderful for pies, cider and just eating fresh off the tree.

Pink Lady is is best grown in zones 5-9 and although they are supposed to be self pollinating, it's better to have another variety like is pollinated with Gala, Fuji or Granny Smith apple trees. Our apple trees are 3 year trees that our sold in 5 gallon lines and are approximately 6' tall and have a trunk of approximately 1.5". 

Because fruit trees often require cross pollination, we offer our five gallon size fruit trees at a "buy two trees and get an additional 15% off" for customers enrolled in our rewards program (excluding fruit bearing cherry trees).

Want your own fresh apples, but don’t have the space for a large apple tree? Pink Lady is a  semi-dwarf apple tree that is smaller (12-15' wide & high) at maturity. Pink Lady Apple Trees are easy to grow and low-maintenance and have proven that they do well in hot climates. These trees produce large tart fruit that ripens in the fall but her apples are wonderful for pies, cider and just eating fresh off the tree.

Pink Lady is is best grown in zones 5-9 and although they are supposed to be self pollinating, it's better to have another variety like is pollinated with Gala, Fuji or Granny Smith apple trees. Our apple trees are 3 year trees that our sold in 5 gallon lines and are approximately 6' tall and have a trunk of approximately 1.5". 

Because fruit trees often require cross pollination, we offer our five gallon size fruit trees at a "buy two trees and get an additional 15% off" for customers enrolled in our rewards program (excluding fruit bearing cherry trees).