- Low chill hour requirement
- Good for the Coastal South and Zone 9
- Large fruit with crisp, sweet, sprightly flavor
- May produce a second, late crop
- Available in Reachables® size
Anna Apple Tree has low chill requirements, making it one of the best apple varieties for the Coastal South and zone 9. Standard-sized trees usually begin producing large, crisp, sweet and spritely flavored apples in 3-5 years—and Reachables trees produce even sooner! The light green-yellow apples have a red blush and store for up to two months. They are good for eating fresh, desserts and applesauce. The fruits ripen in mid-June to early July, and in some southern areas, the tree may produce a second, late-season crop. The recommended pollinator is Dorsett apple or Ein Shemer. 200-300 chill hours are required for a successful harvest. Zones 6-9.
Now available in Reachables size! A Reachables tree produces full-sized fruits on a smaller tree. It's easier to fit into your garden or orchard, even a container will do fine! Thanks to state-of-the-art rootstock technology, these trees remain manageable throughout their life cycle, so a single person can prune, spray, net and harvest the tree, all while standing on the ground. No ladders required! Note: Because the full-sized fruits grow on smaller sized trees, Reachables require a tree support.
NOTE: We are unable to ship our trees to PO Boxes at this time.