The Q&A Archives: Colonnade Apple Trees

Question: Are there any colonnade apple trees that will grow and produce fruit in Zone 9? (Sunset zone 21) Thanks!

Answer: Colonnade apple trees grow best in zones 4-8 and will be borderline producers in your warm-winter climate.

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