MALUS FRUIT - FUJI
The Fuji tree will produce apples in 3 to 5 years. Soil type needed is average to loamy but responds to enriched soil with better production. Most apple trees do best with a slightly acidic soil pH. Pink backside and white frontside flowers appear in April. Fruit usually ripens about mid October. Pollinators are needed for this species; potential pollinizers could be Rome or Braeburn. Almost any apple tree would work if the bloom periods overlap so that male and female flowers are blooming at the same time, usually on separate trees. Check the bloom time for your area for both the Fuji and other nearby pollinating apple trees. Fruit is good for eating or cooking, and keep well if refrigerated.
Edible fruit, Spring flowering