There’s no comparison to the taste of a freshly picked malus domestica Ein Shemer apple right off the tree!
This semi-dwarf apple tree is perfect for backyard enthusiasts or orchardists alike.
This Malus domestica apple tree produces pale yellow apples of medium size. The Ein Shemer apple flavor tastes sweet yet slightly acidic. It is truly delicious! The Ein Shemer apples ripen in June or July and are perfect for fresh eating, making apple sauce, or delicious apple pies.
This apple variety requires around 350 chill hours and prefers full sun and slightly acidic soil that is well draining. This makes it an ideal apple tree for the southern United States.
No need for an Ein Shemer pollinator. The fruit tree appears to be self-fruitful but performs better with another apple variety for better cross pollination. The Anna Apple and Dorsett Golden Apple are the best varieties for this.
This fast growing apple can reach a height of up to 10-30 feet tall and has up to a 15 foot wide branch spread at full maturity. Best grown in USDA plant hardiness zones 6-9 across the United States.
To plant this Ein Shemer Apple tree for sale, loosen the root ball and place it in a hole as big as the nursery container. Backfill with soil and cover with a layer of mulch. Water thoroughly the first year of planting to establish a strong root system.
Check out our Apple Tree Grow Guide and Growing Fruit Trees in Containers for information on choosing and growing apple trees! We also have a blog on Diseases that Affect Apple Trees if you do experience issues.
Malus domestica 'Ein Shemer'
- Edible fruit
- Low chill hours required
- Mid-summer ripening
- Heat tolerant