Shizuka Apple - Malus domestica "Shizuka" | Pots ready spring & fall

Common name: Shizuka Apple

Scientific name: Malus domestica "Shizuka"

Example mature size: 2.4 m tall; 8 ft tall

Sunlight: Full-sun

Water: Average, Medium-wet

Soil: Loam, Sand, Clay

Blooms: White in April, May

Ontario plant status: Non-native Tree - Horticultural, N/A

Natural habitats: Agriculture/domestic

Wildlife benefits: N/A

Points of interest: - A Golden Delicious hybrid from Japan - In fall, apples ripen to become sweet, firm, and yellow-pink with low acidity that keep well for eating, cooking, drying - Flowers need to be pollinated for apple production - Grows well in Ontario hardiness zones 5b-7b (see Ministry of Agriculture) (Photo from Epic Gardening at )