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Help Identifying Apple Tree

Posted by ponderosa-alpenglow 6, Cali (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 24, 12 at 18:45

Hello! This forum is a little confusing to me so I'm sorry if I've posted this in the wrong place.

I'm trying to identity my apple tree. We moved in in 2010 and the poor thing has only had 2 apples. I would love to help it out a bit. (Any suggestions?)

Here's a picture:
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I also have no idea what the bush to the right is (w/red leaves.)
Thank you!


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RE: Help Identifying Apple Tree

A picture of the tree isn't that helpful, but what did the apples look and taste like?


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RE: Help Identifying Apple Tree

More sun, and a pollination partner would help.
No idea on the type based on blossom.


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RE: Help Identifying Apple Tree

It maybe set out one year, most apples are biannual.


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RE: Help Identifying Apple Tree

It looks like it could use pruning.


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RE: Help Identifying Apple Tree

Thanks all! I am very new at this. Taking notes!

Unfortunately I didn't eat the apples.


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