How to Grow ApplesUploader: Zololrajas 1 years ago Subscribe 6
Bareroot trees are available in the winter and early spring when the trees are dormant and without leaves. Most apple varieties do not pollinate themselves or any flowers of the same apple variety; this requires planting at least two different apple tree varieties close to one another so that the bees can pollinate. Dig each planting hole slightly larger and deeper than the tree's rootball. Apple trees, like most trees, benefit from pruning. Newly planted apple trees require moderate watering weekly. In addition, avoid planting apple trees at the bottom of a hill, where cold air settles in spring.