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The first red-fleshed apple for home gardens!

Malus All Red™

Waxy, dark red fruit with red flesh on the indside. This apple will not brown quickly, so it is perfect for slicing - no lemon juice needed!

Easy to grow and care for due to their size, Fruit Snacks™ columnar apples are ideal choices for small spaces. Trees grow 8-10’ tall and should be planted on 2’ centers for best results. Their cold hardiness and disease resistance make them a reliable choice for an edible privacy hedge or as accent plants in large containers. Like other apples, you will need two different varieties for pollination. Most Fruit Snacks™ apples bloom mid-season and will be good pollinizers for the others.

An apple like no other, All Red™ welcomes spring with lovely, magenta-pink flowers. Pleasantly tart and tangy, with a hint of sweetness, this red-fleshed variety is a sour apple lover’s delight. Red from the inside out, its tartness makes it an excellent baking apple, where heat helps to bring the acids down. Waxy, dark-red fruit will add an element of interest to your outdoor living space.

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Who Am I?

  • Common Name

    All Red columnar apples
  • Botanical Name

    Malus 'UEB 4772/1' PPAF
  • Type

  • Bloom Time

    Spring - mid season
  • Bloom Color

    Magenta pink
  • Fruit Time

    mid season
  • Fruit Color

  • Fruit Flavor

    Pleasantly tart and tangy with a hint of sweetness

Cultural Details

  • Bloom Time

    Spring - mid season
  • Size

    8-10' tall by 2-3' wide
  • Hardiness Zone

  • Light

    Full sun
  • Soil

    Average garden soil
  • Moisture

    Moist, but well-drained. Drought tolerant once established.
  • Disease & Pests

    Good apple scab resistance.
  • Landscape Use

    Containers, specimen, backyard orchard
  • Propagation

    Budding, Grafting
  • Fruit Chill Hours

    at least 500

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