Granny Smith is a well-known apple, with its bright green skin and tart fruit. Crisp and crunchy, the apples of this tree are suited for eating raw, and also used in crumbles, pies and jams. The tree itself gives beautiful blossom in the spring, and a heavy crop in the autumn, which, with care, can be preserved to last you through the winter.
- Pollination Group: 3
- Self-Fertile: Yes
- Harvesting Period: Late
- Estimated Time to Cropping: 2 Years
- Estimated Time to Best Yields: 5 Years
- Uses: Eating Fresh, Cooking