- Crisp, sweet flesh--great for eating fresh
- Excellent dessert apple
- Requires 500-600 chilling hours below 45°F
These dark red apples look picture perfect hanging on the tree and sitting in a bowl. When walking by, you'll be tempted to pick one and bite into it. You'll reward be rewarded with a crisp, sweet flesh. Burgundy Apple Tree produces medium-large fruits with a glossy skin that's similar to the color of a Bing cherry. It's an excellent dessert quality apple. For best apple production, the tree requires 500-600 chilling hours below 45°F. Another apple tree is highly recommended for pollination, and we suggest Gala, Red Delicious or MacIntosh. For those wanting to grow your own fruit, Burgundy Apple will reward you with gorgeous, sweet apples, apple blossoms and shade. Ripens in August-September.