Apple tree 'Sweet Summer' - Tree

Malus domestica 'Sweet Summer'
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Apple tree 'Sweet Summer'

Keep on picking for about 8 weeks!

This unique and continually fruiting apple tree (Malus domestica) bears delicious sweet apples that ripen over an 8 week period. Pick them when they're yellow/orange. Perfect for small gardens or in a large planter on the patio or decking. Order this lovely apple tree and enjoy the harvest in August to October. Height supplied 80-100 cm.
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£ 19.99

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Planting and flowering details
Harvesting Details
  • Planting
  • An apple tree will thrive in fertile garden soil. Do improve poor soil with a mix of well-rotted manure and garden compost. Plant the tree in a spot in full sun.
    An apple tree really does thrive in a garden. Soak this tree's roots in a bucket of lukewarm water overnight prior to planting. Dig a large hole and loosen the soil thoroughly with a fork. Plant your apple tree at the right depth and spread the roots around the hole - they should be around 15-25 cm below soil level. Place a support stake firmly into the ground next to the roots. Fill the hole with soil and heel the tree well in. Water generously immediately after planting.
    The apple tree can be planted in a pot
    You can plant the tree in the ground, where eventually it will become a rather large tree. It is also possible to plant it in a large pot or planter and grow it as a smaller tree.
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  • Care
  • We advise a mulch of compost and granulated cow manure around the trunk of the tree in the winter. Water extra during dry spells. Thin out the fruits in August by removing the smallest apples so that all the energy goes to the largest fruit. The apples can be harvested from October.
    Apple trees can be pruned
    Prune apple trees from November through to March as long as there is no frost. Fruit trees continue to grow from the top, so if you want a tree that is not so tall we would advise topping it off. Most apple trees grow short and strong side shoots on which the apples develop – you can stimulate their growth by cutting back the main stems 30%, to right above a bud. Thereafter, cut side shoots back to 3-6 buds and you will then see the fruit develop.
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  • Specifics
  • Apples are good for you and contain lots of vitamin C.
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  • Extra information
  • Latin name Malus domestica 'Sweet Summer'
    Delivery type Supplied as bare-rooted stemmed plant
    Guarantee 5 years guarantee
    Color Green, Yellow, Orange
    Light preference full sun ,  partial sun
    Flowering period April - May
    Harvesting period August - October
    Growing height200 - 400 cm
    Planting distance200 - 400 cm
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