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Dorsett Golden Apple Tree

Self-pollinating.
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  • 07712
  • Standard 2–4'
  • $34.99
  • 62731
  • Standard Deluxe
  • $42.99
  • 62732
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  • $44.99
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Dorsett Golden Apple Tree

Description
Medium to large apples have sweet flavor; good for fresh eating or cooking. Very low chill requirements; recommended for Coastal South and Zone 9. Self-pollinating, so another pollinating variety is not required. Does pollinate Anna. Ripens mid June to early July. Zones 5–9.

Now available in Reachables size! A Reachables tree produces full-sized fruits, but on a smaller tree. That makes it easier to fit into your garden, orchard—or even a container. It's also easier to manage than full-sized trees. One person can prune, spray, net and harvest the tree—all while standing on the ground. Note: Because their full-sized fruits grow on smaller trees, Reachables require a tree support.

Why buy a Deluxe package - Deluxe fruit trees include 2 oz. Quik-Cal Pelletized Calcium to enhance fruit quality, 12 oz. bag of Fruit Tree Food Starter Formula, easy-to-use tree ties, a premium tree guard to protect the trunk from gnawing pests, mowers and weed trimmers, and a copy of Backyard Horticulture for Fun and Profit—How to Make $10,000 in Your Spare Time.

NOTE: We are unable to ship our trees to PO Boxes at this time.

Product Details
  • FormDeciduous, rounded.
  • LightFull Sun
  • HeightStandard: 20 feet
  • SpreadStandard: 18 feet
  • SpacingStandard: 18 feet -- Reachables: 6 - 10 feet
  • Zones5 - 9
  • FoliageDeep green foliage.
  • Flower FormWhite blossoms.
  • ColorWhite blossoms.
  • FruitYellow / Gold
  • Soil RequirementsWell-drained moist soil with good organic matter.
  • Growth RateMedium growth rate. 1 - 2 feet per year.
  • PruningPrune 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.
  • PollinatorSelf-pollinating. Does pollinate Anna.
  • YieldStandard: Approximately 5 - 10 bushels at maturity
  • Botanical NameMalus domestica 'Dorsett Golden'
  • DepthLocate the planting depth indicator, the marked line above the tree's root system.
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