Fuji apples are a red, high chill apple that are ideal for snacking with a sweet taste. A prolific producer, with fruit that holds well on the tree. They contain plenty of good nutrients like vitamin C, fibre and potassium. Great for juicing, cooking in pies and sauces.
Fruit characteristics: Skin colour can vary but predominantly red/dull pink blush over a greeny/yellow base. They are a round apple, with flesh that has a sweet delicate honey-pineapple flavour. Crisp, crunchy and very juicy.
Blossoms: Pink buds and bloom as white flowers in Spring.
Pollination Information: Requires another apple variety for pollinating - Our multi-grafted Fruit Salad trees are perfect as you get different varieties all in one tree!
Preferred Climate: 'COLD Climate' apple (High Chill) that is suitable for the cool temperate climates.
Chill Hours: >500hrs
Height: When planted in the ground our multi-grafted Apple Fruit Salad Trees will grow to approximately 2.5 metres (2 meters wide)
pH Range: 6.5-7.3 pH
Fruiting Season: February - April
Pro Tip: Potassium is a great nutrient to add to your apple Fruit Salad Tree to encourage growing vigour in Spring.
When it comes to selecting apples, the most important factor is choosing an apple suitable for your winter conditions; Cold Climate Apples require long COLD winters to accumulate enough chill hours to produce fruit where as ALL climate apples are low chill and don't need as many hours over the cooler months. All our apple combinations have climate maps that you can utilise to find out what apples suit your region.
Yes; we recommend planting your Fruit Salad Tree in pots starting in size of around 40 cm in diameter (see our care instructions for more information).
Did you know? Apple trees look great grown along a trellis (also known as espalier). they benefit from being positioned against a north or west facing wall.
Location: At least 6 hours of full sun (morning sun is best), protected from the wind, and not too close to metal fencing that will generate heat (eg colorbond).
Soil: Well drained and slightly acidic; with a pH around 6.0 -7.0. Apples don't like alkaline soils - If your soil is too Alkaline (your pH is high) you can increase the acidity by adding powdered sulphur, manures or Iron chelates. Adding lime, dolomite or poultry manure to your soil will decrease the acidity in your garden soil.
Tip: When growing your Fruit Salad Trees in a pot you may need to fertilise more regularly. Always follow the directions on the product container.
Frost: As Spring temperatures often fluctuate it is always good to think about protecting your blossoms from frost.
Thinning Fruit: During the fruiting season it is a good idea to thin your fruit crop. If you have too much fruit or if they are rubbing together take out the smallest fruit to encourage the tree to put its energy into growing larger fruit.
Thinning is the process of removing a selection of fruit from your trees while the fruit is still small; by doing this you improve your fruit quality and size, helps keep yearly fruit production regular (avoid biennial bearing) and avoid damage to your frame work from excess weight.
HELP! If you notice anything unusual going on with your apple tree; check out our Pest + Disease guide to see what may be upsetting the balance in your garden.
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White Satin Nectarines are loaded with Vitamin C, antioxidants and potassium. They are fantastic in salads and is desserts but we prefer them best straight off the tree for morning tea! Super sweet with low acid levels. Grow one today with one of our many other beautiful stone fruit varieties!