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Out of Season 2-in-1 Double Delicious Apple Tree

2-in-1 Double Delicious Apple Tree

Get Two Great-Tasting Varieties On One Tree!

Through the miracle of grafting, this revolutionary tree produces two different, yet equally delicious, apple varieties. Medium- to large-size Liberty apples ripen for harvest in early October, and delicious porcelain-skinned Sundance ripens slightly later near the middle to end of October. Perfect for fresh eating, baking, drying, juice and sauce, these varieties pollinate each other and are disease resistant. Bareroot.
  • Zone 5 - 8 (-10F.).
  • Height 10 - 15 feet.
  • Shade Required Needs full sun for maximum flower and fruit production.

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  • Botanical Name: Malus Domestica "Double Delicious 2-in 1: Family Rosaceae (Rose Family)
  • Height: 10 - 15 feet.
  • Spacing: 16 feet.
  • Depth: Plant with the graft 2 inches above the soil.
  • Spread: 15 feet.
  • Sun/Shade: Needs full sun for maximum flower and fruit production.
  • Pollinator: Self pollinating. Liberty and Sundance.
  • Yield: Approximately 6 to 8 bushels at maturity.
  • Color: Red.
  • Foliage: Deep green foliage.
  • Blooms: Mid to late Spring.
  • Fruit: Liberty- Medium to large, bright, shiny fruit with red blush. Sundance- large porcelain to yellow-green fruit often with a pink blush.
  • Form: Deciduos. Upright.
  • Flower Form: White showy, fragrant blossoms.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained moderately fertile, slightly acidic soils. Tolerates average garden soils, but un-amended heavy clay soils which watering easily and drain poorly should be avoided.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: Prune December to February. There are normally two goals when pruning an apple tree: 1. Initially on young trees to encourage a strong, solid framework 2. On mature trees to maintain shape and encourage fruit production. The best time to prune apple trees is in late Winter or very early Spring before any new growth starts.
  • Comments: Special considerations: Apple trees are grafted. Mix generous amount of organic material 15 - 18 inches into soil before planting. Seeds are a good indicator of ripeness, white if fruit is immature & brown when fruit is ripe. Fruit should part from the stem easily as well. If storing over-Winter, select unbruised & blemish free fruit. Water trees deeply in hot, dry, windy weather. After 1st yr. Fertilize with 12-12-12; 1lb. per tree. Feed in early Spring before new growth starts. It is very important to not over-fertilize. Avoid high nitrogen fertilizers. Unable to ship to AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.

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