Can you grow an apple tree from an apple?
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Keeping this in view, how do you grow an apple tree from an apple seed?
Line the seeds out in trays of moist peat moss or vermiculite. After they germinate, plant them about 1 inch deep in parallel seed lines about 2 inches apart. After several months in a 40 degree F refrigerator the healthy seeds should germinate and sprout.
Additionally, does an apple seed grow and develop? You can grow apples (Malus domestica) from seed, but they may not have the same characteristics as the parent plant. The seeds will produce apple trees, but the apples and foliage might taste and look different than the parent plant.
Regarding this, how long does it take to grow an apple tree from seed?
six to 10 years
Can you grow an apple tree from a store bought apple?
These trees are simple to grow from store-bought apples' seeds. New apple varieties primarily appear from chance seedlings such as ones grown from store-bought apples' seeds. The trees may bear fruit six to 10 years after they were started from seeds. The best time to start apple seeds is mid-November.