The Q&A Archives: Apple Trees

Question: Will a Granny Smith apple tree grown from a seed produce apples?

Answer: Yes, although it may take 7 to 10 years for it to mature enough to begin bearing. Although Granny Smith is partially self fertile, the seedling, like most apples, will probably require a second variety to pollinate it. . The seedling will also not be identical to the Granny Smith variety, although it may be similar.

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