Order fulfilment occurs after harvest between April 1st - April 30th
The Fuji apple was first developed in the 1940s in Japan, and grew to represent over 70% of China’s apple production, the largest in the world. This varietal grows a large and attractive apple that has a pink-speckled flush over top of a yellow-green background. It is mildly sweet, but not overly so, and has a dense, crisp, and juicy flesh. The Fuji apple requires lots of sun, and a long growing season, and is harvested late-season, in November. Moderate disease resistance. Generally heavy crop. Average vigour.
Zone Hardiness: 5 (Map link)
Picking Season: Late October
Storage: 6-8 months
Pollination Group: III (Compatible with II and IV) (Chart) (Partly Self Fertile)
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