Anna apple slow to break dormancy
We moved into a new place and went to get some apple trees; in early January, still dead of "winter" for us, picked up 3 semi-dwarf trees: Ein Shemer, Dorsett Golden and Anna. They were all in 5 gallon pots, not bareroot, and dormant.
Planted them (with gopher baskets, incidentally) and as of today the DG and Ein Shemer are in full bloom with flowers and even new leaves, but the Anna is still bare with buds that show no sign of breaking. Should I be worried it will never wake up? They are all within just a few feet of each other so the environment should be fairly consistent. The Anna doesn't look like it's dead, per se; if I touch the branches they aren't dry and brittle (yet?) and the buds still look healthy. It just looks very very asleep.