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Gala Apple Tree



 

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The Gala Apples ripen in late August through early September requiring 500 chill hours (4 weeks of temperature below 45 degrees F) to set fruit. The Gala Apple Tree is self fertile but research shows the yields increase with the cross pollination from a crabapple planted nearby. This apple resembles Red Delicious with a sweet flavored white texture.


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5 of 5 Survived July 3, 2022
Reviewer: Ransom Love from Reeds Spring, MO 65737  


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5 of 5 June 10, 2022
Reviewer: Debra Morgan from Muskogee, OK United States  
It came with just buds and now I have leaves.

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5 of 5 June 8, 2022
Reviewer: Tammy Otto from Caldwell, OH United States  


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5 of 5 Gala Apples! June 4, 2022
Reviewer: Walter Zimmerman from Rochester, NY United States  
Because my Arkansas Black apple trees require another variety, in order to pollinate the Black Apple blossoms, I chose a Gala seedling, which is now comfortably situated in a side yard, in a spot which might have been part of an orchard, twenty years ago.  The new seedling has what looks to me like one lone pale green leaf at the top -- I'll be faithfully watering and tending it, until it's an actual tree and not just a stick in the dirt.  Fruit to follow...

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5 of 5 May 31, 2022
Reviewer: Kevin from NORTH EAST, MD United States  


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