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Out Of Season Double Delicious 2-in-1 Apple Tree

Double Delicious 2-in-1 Apple Tree

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Get two apple varieties on one tree—Liberty ripens in early October while Sundance matures in mid to late October. Varieties self-pollinate and are very disease resistant, so you get more apples with less work. Both varieties are delicious eaten fresh, and make excellent dried apples and baked goods. Zones 5-8.

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Double Delicious 2-in-1 Apple Tree - Standard 2-4 ft.
74477 - 1 tree per offer

$29.99 Out of Season
Double Delicious 2-in-1 Apple Tree - Standard Premium
74478 - 1 tree per offer

$34.99 Out of Season
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Product Details
Height: 10 - 15 feet.
Bloom Time/Days To Maturity: Mid to late Spring.
Zone: 5 - 8 (-10F.).
Sun/Shade: Needs full sun for maximum flower and fruit production.
Spacing: 16 feet.
Depth: Plant with the graft 2 inches above the soil.
Spread: 15 feet.
Yield: Approximately 6 to 8 bushels at maturity.
Comments: Special considerations: Apple trees are grafted. Mix generous amount of organic material 15 - 18 inches into soil before planting. Seeds are a good indicator of ripeness, white if fruit is immature & brown when fruit is ripe. Fruit should part from the stem easily as well. If storing over-Winter, select unbruised & blemish free fruit. Water trees deeply in hot, dry, windy weather. After 1st yr. Fertilize with 12-12-12; 1lb. per tree. Feed in early Spring before new growth starts. It is very important to not over-fertilize. Avoid high nitrogen fertilizers. Unable to ship to AE, AK, GU, HI, PR.
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