Snapp Stayman apples are one of the most loved apple varieties today. These delicious dual-purpose apples have a sweet-tangy flavor and a crispy texture that makes them ideal for cooking, snacking, or making juice or cider. These attractive apples have a globe-like shape with a bright shiny skin and creamy white flesh inside. If you’re looking to add apple trees to your garden or orchard, Snapp Stayman are the perfect choice! Read on to learn more about this apple cultivar.
When it comes to growing apples at home, Braeburn apple trees are one of the most popular apple varieties. The reasons for their popularity include their delicious fruit, dwarf habit, and cold hardiness. If you’re looking for a delicious, easy-to-grow apple tree for US hardiness zones 5 to 8, Braeburn apples are the perfect choice for you. Read on for more information on Braeburn apple trees and how to grow them.
Fuji apples are one of the better known varieties of apples. They are known for their crisp texture and long storage life. These Japanese hybrid are crossed from Red Delicious and Virginia Ralls Genet. If you want easy access to fresh and sweet apples, grow Fuji apples in your home. Read on for some information on Fuji apple care to get you started.
When you have so many different varieties of apple to grow, selecting one can be a challenging task. The best thing to do is get acquainted with some of the varieties that are offered so that you have a good sense of what you’re getting into. One such variety that is very popular and beloved is the Cameo apple which came into the world purely by chance. Keep reading to find out more about Cameo apple trees and how to grow them.
Much to the delight of apple lovers, there are many varieties of the fruit available. Each of these varieties are chosen for cultivation based on one or more outstanding criteria. These criteria usually include flavor, storage ability, sweetness or tartness, late or early season, etc. Even in red apple cultivars, not all red apples have the same attributes. However, choosing which apples to grow in your garden depends on your personal taste. Read on to find out more about different red apple varieties.
Mutsu, or Crispin apple tree is a cross between an American and a Japanese apple variety. The Crispin apple tree grows quite similarly to the other variety of apples. However, it is more susceptible to diseases. This delicious yellow fruit is quite popular and can be enjoyed fresh or cooked.
Nowadays, many gardeners are using a mixture of ornamental and edible plants to enliven their garden space. Having such multi-functional beds gives them the opportunity to grow their favorite fruits and vegetable at home organically instead of depending on grocery stores for fresh produce. Apples are one of the most popular fruits grown at home. One apple variety that gives plenty of fresh fruit while adding beauty to the landscape is the Sweet Sixteen. Let us learn more about how to grow and care for this apple tree.
There’s not much that can compare to a fresh, crisp apple, right off the tree. Especially, if the apple is a tart, tasty green variety from a tree right in your backyard! If you already grow other variety of apples, adding green apples to your garden can bring some variety and a way to enjoy some fresh fruit.
When we think of apples, the most common image that comes to mind is that of a shiny, red fruit like the one in Snow White’s tale. However, there are other varieties of apples that are green or yellow in color. And there’s something special about the crisp, slightly tart taste of a yellow apple. While yellow apple cultivars are very few, they stand out because of their color and taste. If you’re looking to add some yellow cultivars to your orchard, here are some outstanding varieties you can go for.
If you’re an avid gardener, you will know the amazing feeling of achievement when your trees bloom flowers or bear fruits. Imagine working really hard to grow healthy and beautiful apples, only to find your trees not bearing fruits or drying up. The first indication of something wrong with your apple trees is if you notice that even in spring, your buds aren’t opening. If you find them covered in a powdery substance, which is a white to light grey powder a few days later, it means your trees have been attacked by powdery mildew.