Apple - Granny Smith Dwarf Malus domestica

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Apple 'Granny Smith Dwarf', botanically known as Malus domestica, is a compact and tangy deciduous fruit tree prized for its crisp, tart apples. This dwarf variety is perfect for small gardens, urban landscapes, and containers, typically reaching a height and spread of 2 to 3 meters. The apples are medium to large in size, with bright green skin and a firm texture. They are ready for harvest in late autumn, making them an ideal choice for fresh eating and cooking.

Thriving in well-draining soil and full sun, Apple 'Granny Smith Dwarf' is well-suited to various Australian climates, particularly in regions with cool winters. Regular watering during the growing season, especially during dry spells, promotes healthy growth and abundant fruit production. Pruning in winter helps maintain its compact shape and encourages vigorous flowering and fruiting. While 'Granny Smith' apples are partially self-fertile, planting another apple variety nearby can enhance pollination and yield.

Apple 'Granny Smith Dwarf' is ideal for Australian gardeners seeking a manageable, high-yielding fruit tree that offers both culinary versatility and ornamental beauty. Its compact size, tangy apples, and attractive spring blossoms make it a versatile addition to any garden or landscape.