Fuji Apple Tree
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Fuji Apple Tree requires a pollenizer. You must plant one of these trees nearby (within about 50') for the tree to produce a crop of fruit.
Malus domestica 'Fuji'
One of the most popular varieties of apple sold. Extremely high quality variety. Crispy texture, juicy white flesh and high sugar are all standards of this important apple selection. A cross between Ralls Janet x Delicious introduced from Japan in 1962 . Not the prettiest fruit, the yellow-tan over green skin with a blush or stripes of red surround the wonder flavor filled flesh. Adapted to a wide range of climates only adds to what makes this the most popular home garden apple planted. A vigorous grower, prune to control size and shape. Good heat resistance but really needs protection from the afternoon sun in the hotter drier climates to avoid sunburn to the fruit. Low chill requirement also adds to its adaptation. Late ripening start harvesting in late September. The Fuji apple has a very long shelf life, up to a year, especially when refrigerated. Plant with another apple variety to insure a good crop. A great pollinator for other apple varieties.
Grows to 20 feet plus if left un pruned. Can be kept under 10 feet with summer pruning.
8 to 10 Feet on Center, can be held to any size with summer pruning