Taste the deliciousness of cinnamon in every bite with this tasty Cinnamon Spice apple tree cultivar! It will delight your taste buds with delicious cinnamon apples!
This cinnamon crisp apple variety features lush green foliage with fragrant white flowers and its fruit will begin to ripen in October. Its sweet apples are wine red with some hints of yellow and are of medium size. The firm flesh has a sweet-tart flavor that is unique from other apple varieties like Red Delicious, Granny Smith, or Pink Lady apple.
Hints of cinnamon stick in every bite is surely the best choice to compliment your apple pie recipe. You can also use these bright red apples in canning, baked goods or to eat fresh apples.
Apple Cinnamon Tree Care
The Cinnamon Spice apple variety can grow to a height of up to 30 feet tall and expand to around 15 feet in width at full size. Cinnamon spice tree does best in rich, well-drained soil with moderate watering and full sunlight. Select another mid-season bloom apple variety for cross pollination such as the Golden Delicious apple tree.
Grow this Malus domestica fruit tree across the United States in full sun in USDA plant hardiness zones 5-10. Commonly seen planted around Washington state who is famous for growing apples!
This spice tree is apple scab, pest, and disease resistant making it a great fruit tree for backyards or orchards alike. Can bear fruit in the first 2 years of planting. Trees do not ship bare root.
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I love this Apple Tree in our yard, it arrived perfectly and quickly. I was nervous about buying a tree online, I'd never done it before. However, now I really love the tree and am impressed with the quality.
Hi Elliott! We truly value your feedback and appreciate the trust you put in us for your Cinnamon Spice Apple Tree order. Happy harvesting!
When if first gave a review I gave it a poor review. I thought the apple tree was dead because it wasn't doing anything. Boy was I wrong. it now has a ton of leaves but it never bloomed so no apple this year maybe next year.
Hi Jalia! We appreciate your honest feedback and happy to hear it all worked out in the end with your beautiful Cinnamon Spice Apple Tree. Hope you're enjoying those tasty apples!