apple trees

laccanvasJuly 25, 2012

I have 2 small almost foot tall apple trees planted in the ground. They are doing ok. On one I planted it a site where an azalea was planted...I forgot that I stuck a fertilizer spike there....the top new leaves of the apple tree leaves are a little yellow with green veins. I gave it some lime. The other apple tree planted in a virgin site has beautiful leaves. Any tips on how to make them thrive? I have decent soil ..about 6.7 ph. I didn't add compost at planting or anything.

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dmtaylor(5a (WI))

Apple trees are pretty tough. Just make sure you keep them plenty watered if you are experiencing drought conditions.

    Bookmark   July 25, 2012 at 11:38PM
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