Maxing out at maturity between 15 and 25 feet, the Anna apple is a great tree for any garden, large or small. Exquisite pink and white blossoms emerge out of an entirely bare tree in early spring, followed by ripening fruit in early to midsummer.
Anna apple’s fruit is medium sized with green skin kissed by a slight red blush. It is wonderfully crisp; not too sweet, not too tart; making it an excellent multipurpose apple for eating right off the tree, cooking, or baking. The Anna Apple is self-fruitful, meaning it doesn’t need a second tree to produce fruit. However, yield can be increased by planting a second tree such as the ‘Golden Dorsett’ Apple.
Height: 15 – 25 feet
Width: 15 – 25 feet
Bloom color: White/Pink
Flowering season: Spring
USDA minimum zone: 5
Cold hardiness: -20° F


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