Malus Pink Lady Apple Tree
A perfect balance of tart and sweet, the fruit Pink Lady Apple Trees, Malus domestica, will have coming back again and again for another bite. Spring produces fragrant, showy white flowers that are loved by pollinators. In fall the harvest of the delectable green apples with a bright pink blush begins. Pink Lady apples are perfect for snacking, baking, in salads. It can even be used to make pink applesauce! Pink Lady is a midseason blooming Apple Tree which will cross pollinate with other trees that bloom midseason like Honeycrisp.
Plant Apples Trees in full sun locations in fertile well-drained areas. Make sure soil is well-amended with compost, especially with clay soils. Apples require cross pollination of a different variety for best fruit production. Be sure to partner trees that bloom at the same time. Trees should be planted within about 50′ of each other, but the closer the trees the better. Plant pollinator attracting flowers in the area to attract more pollinators to the trees. Good choices that bloom at similar times are False Indigo, Salvia, Bearded Iris, Candy Tuft, Creeping Phlox, Lenten Rose, Lung Wort and Columbine.
Apple trees benefit from regular pruning. Prune in late winter before plants begin to grow but after most sever cold is over. Flower buds will already be set so be sure to prune around them.
7 gallon pot, about 5′ tall.