Monday, October 13, 2014

Pink Lady Apple Trees On Sale!

During October Pink Lady Apples are on Sale at Trees That Please Nursery!

The Pink Lady Apple tree, also known as Cripps Pink, was developed in Australia from a cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. It is a late season apple ripening in October. In fact, at the nursery we have a few Pink Lady trees with ripe apples on them now.

These trees went through our late frosts this spring and managed to produce a few fruits. Pink Lady apple trees require a long, warm growing season for best growth and development so should be ideal for many areas around New Mexico.

Pink Lady apples are both sweet and tart to the taste. They are good for fresh eating, pies, and sauce. They will keep for about 3 months in cold storage.

Pink Lady apples are not self-fertile and so require a second different apple variety nearby for pollination.

If Pink Lady Apples are one of your favorites come in during our October Sale and save. We also provide planting and care descriptions with every purchase!

Open Daily until 5:00!
Call Us at 505-866-5027 for more information....

Trees That Please Nursery Serves the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area,
New Mexico, and the Southwest.

Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain  

Staff Plant Physiologist

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