Red Apple

Pink Lady

Fruit characteristics: Pink Lady apples offer a delicious sweet-tart taste and a crisp slightly dry firm creamy-white flesh. This apple's tender skin has a pink to reddish-pink blush over a yellow background. A very attractive apple with a good flavour, and deservedly popular.

Blossoms: Pink buds and bloom as white flowers in Spring.

Pollination Information: Partially self pollinating but recommend cross pollination with a suitable flowering apple. (please note your apple tree will be sold with the correct pollinator for your variety, unless you order a single graft apple tree).

Preferred Climate: Cold Climate but is suitable for cool temperate areas as well.

Chill Hours: 300-400 hours

Can they grow in pots? 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).

Height: When planted in the ground our multi-grafted Apple Fruit Salad Trees will grow to approximately 2.5 metres.

pH Range: 6.5-7.3

Frost: As spring temperatures often fluctuate it is always good to think about protecting your blossoms from frost.

Fruiting Season: March - May

Did you know? Pink Lady (also called Cripps Pink) was developed in the 1970s by John Cripps in Western Australia, and is a cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. 

Climate Suitability

Good news, there is an Apple Fruit Salad Tree suitable for all Australian Climates.

To check your climate and find out if your area is suitable for All Climate Apple Varieties or Cold Climate Apple varieties, click on our Climate Map.

In general, Tropical / Warm / Temperate climates can grow All Climate varieties of Apples. Cold climates can grow both Cold Climate and All Climate Apple Varieties. See your Climate zone map for area specific details.

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