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Apple/ Fuji

  • Red fruit with green/yellow
  • Sweet apples that are slightly tart
  • Great for fresh eating, salads, pies, sauce
  • Ripens later in season, October
Scientific Name:
Malus 'Fuji' Semi Dwarf
Zone: 4
Mature Height: 12'-15'
Mature Spread: 12'-15'
Type: Fruit
Size: Small
Bloom Time: Spring
Fruiting: Edible
Flower Color:
White
Fall Color:
Yellow, Red, Orange
Attributes:
Full Sun
Full Sun
Moderate Water
Moderate Water
Pollinator
Pollinator
Additional Information:

Unique Features: The Fuji apple was developed in Japan in the 1930’s and first sold in 1962.  Since then they have become one of the 5 most popular apples in the U.S. Fuji apples are in the large to very large class of apples averaging about 3’’ in diameter with a fairly symmetrical round shape and an overall red color with minimal yellow striping.  The dense flesh of the Fuji apple is creamy white with a crispy texture.  It is also one of the sweetest apples with a Brix level of 15 – 18, equivalent to 9 – 11% sugars by weight.  Fuji apple are an excellent choice for fresh eating, juicing and can even be frozen.  Fuji apples are moderately to highly susceptible to Fire Blight.  Apples require two different types blooming at the same time for cross pollination in order to bear fruit and this includes crabapples.  If you live in a suburban neighborhood then it’s likely you’ll get pollination from neighbors’ trees.

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Apple/ Fuji

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Scientific Name: Malus 'Fuji' Semi Dwarf
  • Red fruit with green/yellow
  • Sweet apples that are slightly tart
  • Great for fresh eating, salads, pies, sauce
  • Ripens later in season, October
Zone: 4
Mature Height: 12'-15'
Mature Spread: 12'-15'
Bloom: Spring
Fruiting: Edible
Flower Color:
White
Fall Color:
Yellow, Red, Orange
Attributes:
Full Sun
Full Sun
Moderate Water
Moderate Water
Pollinator
Pollinator