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About the Apple - Growing Apple Trees, Eating, More

They say there are literally several thousand varieties of apples grown around the world. Of these, a mere couple thousand varieties are grown in the U.S. The huge number of varieties makes sense, as apples are the most popular fruit of all. And, they've been around since day one. Hybrid and crosses have been created in dozens of countries.

Originating in Asia, apples have been spread around the world. Apples are by far the most popular of all fruits. Logically they are the most popular fruit tree grown by home gardeners. Are you thinking of growing your first apple tree? You have plenty of variety to choose from. You can select a full sized tree or dwarf varieties. The trees are easy to grow..... So,what are you waiting for!?!

We've got plenty for you to explore in the new "Apple" section of The Gardener's Net. It's our newest section. So browse around and enjoy!

Varieties - how do you select among several thousand varieties?

History - did someone say forbidden fruit!?!

Nutrition - find the basics, find the details

How to grow apples  growing apple trees is..... fruitful

Pruning - do this if you want your friends to say you've got big ones.

Insects and Disease - Yuck! But, if 'ya grow 'em, 'ya gotta know about this subject.

Storage - you'll probably eat them first.

Recipes - Grab one, contribute one.

Apple Trivia - fun facts to share with friends

Links - in case you haven't had enough already. In this section, we will send you away....but, please come back.

Did you Know? December 1st is Eat a Red Apple Day


Related Information:

How to Graft Fruit Trees - learn grafting trechniques

Apple Recipes

Buy Apple Trees - many varieties of apple and other fruit trees to choose from.




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