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Apples in Newcastle

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John starts with ...
Has anyone got experience growing apples in Newcastle or similar coastal zone? I have planted a Granny Smith and Red Delicious and they are growing well but am getting vibes that there will never be significant fruit production due to lack of chill hours and fruit fly.
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Dekka says...
I have a Pinkabelle that flowered soon after I planted it but it didn't set any fruit. It has been in the ground for less than a year. I'm hoping it just needs a pollinator like Granny Smith as the literature suggests. Time will tell:- fingers crossed! I do, however, remember seeing apples on a tree in my childhood; possibly New Lambton area.
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John says...
Thanks, yeah i have had flowers, as recently as april!

But does flowers mean fruit that is edible?

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