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billbaily Posted - 17/07/2021 : 07:29:57
Approximately 6 years ago I planted an apple pip and itís grown into a tree and is 5 foot tall now. It hasnít produced any fruit to date. I was wondering if anyone has done this theirselves and what the outcome was thanks
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billbaily Posted - 18/07/2021 : 11:54:54
Thanks for the advice all, I have two other apple trees about a foot high from pips too, so it will be interesting to see them grow. Maybe I'll be supplying supermarkets with jam in the future!
Exbrompton Posted - 18/07/2021 : 11:39:12
Apples need an compatible pollinator .Some are self pollinating.Best advice wait and see
ddraig Posted - 18/07/2021 : 00:17:04
A relative of mine has a large crab apple tree that overhangs the garden they are very small and very bitter, best for jam making
billbaily Posted - 17/07/2021 : 16:15:35
Thanks for the infor I don't expect they'll be as nice as the Gala apple they came from. I think crab apples are edible but you are not to eat the core or the seeds.




ddraig Posted - 17/07/2021 : 10:54:01
Years ago my next-door neighbours grew an apple tree from a pip (actually from the core thrown down the garden by one of the children) it grew to a good height but only produced crab apples, I think it may take between six and ten years for your apple tree to fruit and it will be a guess as to what apples it will produce

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