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Pink Pearl 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 'Pink Pearl'
The Pink Pearl was developed by California apple breeder Albert Etter and introduced in 1944. This pink to red fleshed selections was developed using Surprise, a noted variety from England, Etter went on to develop a number of interesting red fleshed selections. The Pink Pearl is a medium sized Tannish green skinned apple with light to dark pink and cream marbled flesh. The wonderful bright and crisp taste of the fully ripe Pink Pearl is quite unique with a typical rich apple flavor and sprightly berry overtones. The tree is also quite ornamental with profuse pink blooms that show off in spring. The Pink Pearl ripens in late July to August. hardy to zone 4. and requires a pollinator. Make a Pink Pearl Apple Sauce or add to you apple cider blend and of course fresh off the trees is always best. Not a great keeper but you will have trouble not eating every apple the tree produces.
Not a tall or vigorous tree the Pink Pearl Apple is easily kept to below 10 feet with summer pruning
8 to 10 Feet on Center, can be held to any size with summer pruning