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20 Paradise Apple Seeds
20 Paradise Apple Seeds
20 Paradise Apple Seeds
20 Paradise Apple Seeds

20 Paradise Apple Seeds

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Paradise Apple Seeds (Malus Domestica) | Edible Fruit Tree

The tree is a beautiful pink flowering, red fruit bearing tree boasting high yields and disease resistance. Heights range from 6-30 ft tall and feature spreads from 6-15 ft wide. Red pumilla apples grow in a variety of soil types including chalk clay, loam and sand.

Expect pink flower blooms begin in April and the fruits set in September and can be continually harvested through December.

Grow Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Other Names: Malus Pumilla (Red), Orchard Apple, Malus Communis, Common Red Apple
Paradise Apple: full-sized apple, features crispy skin and and a sweet flavor. Uses: all applications

How to Care for Malus Domestica Paradise Apple Trees

Prune annually after winter harvest is complete to encourage fresh buds in spring/summer. Apply 10-10-10 general fertilizer to the root base once every couple of years in spring. Mulch around the base of the tree to discourage weed growth. Studies show that mulched apple trees grow faster versus un-mulched trees. If potted, water frequently to avoid soil from drying out. Typically, un-potted trees do not require heavy watering.

These seeds came direct from a professional apple orchard grower and seed handler. They are impeccably clean and fresh. Whether you are wishing to grow a couple of apple trees in your yard or planning for an orchard of trees these Malus Red apple tree seeds are a great choice.

Germination Procedure:

Scarify the seeds by soaking in water for 24hrs. Next, cold stratify for 2 months in the freezer. Finally, sow the seeds a quarter inch deep into moist, 75 degree temperature soil. Germination time from this point will occur with 2-3 weeks.

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Monique Ruecker

only few seeds gone down others are floting those seeds are not suitable for germinating i am not happy

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Carleton Howe

I don't know how to stratify them! In the spring or under the winter i will plant, the seeds are not spoiled,))))

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Claudie Mitchell

Item in good state...Package was great..... Seller is good for business