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If any doubts about your particular stock, call them and ask. However, the trunk is very susceptible to getting overheated by the sun and becoming distressed.Finally, be aware that young trees are attractive to deer, even without fruit! This time I am using a tree guard to protect the trunk.This is our tree's second growing season and it has already doubled in size! It was planted in less than ideal conditions and was attacked by insects.The shape is perfect and it is the only one of our fruit trees that's not had rust or powdery mildew. It had only a few leaves by the end of the summer, yet sprouted a few more leaves that lasted most of the winter here in South Carolina. The March ice storm here in Delaware froze about a third of the Honey Crisp. Within a couple of days, it had the sprouts of leaves all around.Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area.Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

It's already almost healed fully and grew about 3' this season in what has been a pretty hot summer in NC. Mine are in their second year and are thriving wonderfully. I'll be adding more of their trees to my garden in the future.

6 weeks later the store bought trees looked nearly identicle to when I planted them but the Stark tree had more and healthier looking leaves than either of the other two trees. One store-bought tree remains, the other is nearly dead. To be fair, I have a yellow delicious, purchased from another source, that is behaving the same way.

My other three apple trees, Fireside, Red Delicious, and Red Rome, are doing fine and were planted in the same manner and have received the same care.

So, I can't honestly place any blame on Stark Bros., But I am disappointed in the performance of the Granny Smith Semi-Dwarf.

I'm starting to get some age on me (68), and as long as it takes for fruit trees to mature, I really don't have the time to spend replacing trees and waiting to see if they will make it.

It's already almost healed fully and grew about 3' this season in what has been a pretty hot summer in NC. Mine are in their second year and are thriving wonderfully. I'll be adding more of their trees to my garden in the future.

6 weeks later the store bought trees looked nearly identicle to when I planted them but the Stark tree had more and healthier looking leaves than either of the other two trees. One store-bought tree remains, the other is nearly dead. To be fair, I have a yellow delicious, purchased from another source, that is behaving the same way.

My other three apple trees, Fireside, Red Delicious, and Red Rome, are doing fine and were planted in the same manner and have received the same care.

So, I can't honestly place any blame on Stark Bros., But I am disappointed in the performance of the Granny Smith Semi-Dwarf.

I'm starting to get some age on me (68), and as long as it takes for fruit trees to mature, I really don't have the time to spend replacing trees and waiting to see if they will make it.

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