Dwarf Apple - Tropical AnnaMalus domestica
Ripe Anna fruit on young 1 year old tree in Exclusion Orchard
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Specifications of Dwarf Apple - Tropical Anna
Preferred Climate Tropical, SubtropicalLearn About Climate Zones
Grown From GraftedLearn About Propagation Methods
Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 2-5m
Plants required to Pollinate 1+ Beneficial (cross pollination helps with fruit set)Learn about Pollination
Can it Handle Frosts? Sometimes, Yes
Amount of leaves in Winter? No Leaves (Deciduous)
Suitability in Pots Yes
Water Requirements Moderate Watering
Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? Semi Dwarf (2/3 Normal Size), Can be pruned to 2m
Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 2-3 Years
Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)
Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage
Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)
Fruiting/Harvest Months January, February, March, November, December
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Pollinators 809, 810, 812, 816
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Pollinators for the Dwarf Apple - Tropical Anna
The Anna is partially self pollinating but to increase fruit set you will need another low chill Apple for pollination and fruit set. These are compatible as they flower at a similar time
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Customer Tips & Reviews Dwarf Apple - Tropical Anna
Dwarf Apple - Tropical Anna
Bought this tree from Daleys six years ago. Has been well mulched (5 - 10cm leaf mulch) for last few years and we now have no issue with fruit fly. Beautiful apple and tree laden with fruit. The tree is netted for the birds but you can still see the fruit. I also heavily prune the tree each year.
POTTSVILLE BEACH, NSW, Australia
This Apple is a semi dwarf on mm778 rootstock,nice and hardy , will keep in a large pot .I believe it to be fairly self fertile . However - I may end up with a tropic gold Dorsett,as I like golden delicious and they are much the same .
BURLEIGH WATERS, QLD, Australia
I love apples, but I'm sick of the tasteless ones sold in supermarkets, so three trees should keep us going for hopefully nearly six months of the year. Bought from Daleys and planted mid Nov 2017 (Gold Coast) in a garden bed next to a dwarf t...
ELLEN GROVE, QLD, Australia
Wanted a tree that I could train over an archway that was not too big
MAREEBA, QLD, Australia
Poor Anna struggled with her first few days of full Mareeba sun. The new leaves were all burned. Since being moved to a position that gets full sun in the morning only, the recovery has started.
This is my other apple and it and my tropical sweet willl polinate each other. I am hoping for one or two fruit from each tree next season.June 2016. An expected very small crop of fewer than a handful. Hoping for a better result this yearDec 2017 A ...
EARLVILLE, QLD, Australia
I raelly need to work out how to stop grass hoppers eating all the new growth
this is my second crop of fruit as the bats got last years crop. the tree is 3 years old .We have 50 apples on the tree now but dont know how to tell when they are ripe.Could you please help?
North Ryde, NSW
Fruit was wonderfully sweet - better than I imagined. Extremely early variety (ripe for Christmas).
Greenbank, Qld, Australia
I want apples! And I live in Brisbane! We grew apples in Alstonville when I was a kid they were so much nicer than the supermarket ones we eat ATM. I cant wait until this fruits!
Grafton, NSW, AUstralia
Growing well in bonsai bag. No flowers as yet.
Bardon, Qld, Australia
I had two tropical apples next to each other in large pots for cross pollination. Bloody possum ate the smaller of the two to the ground.
CAWONGLA, NSW, Australia
Our Tropical Apple - Anna - was thriving, and had small but delicious, crisp, red-delicious type apples. Then a bobcat driver accidentally ran over it. I still have a Dorsett Golden as a pollinator, but our replacement Anna has yet to fruit.This tre...
Dudley, NSW, Australia
Growing well. Fruited in winter as well as wanted to fruit last summer but I removed the buds as didnt think the tree was strong enough to bear the fruit well.