Answer: Because your relatively warm winter season will not provide the chilling requirement most apple need, you may have a lovely tree but not much fruit. Gala will do well in your area (it's a low chill apple) and gravenstein will fruit; fuji needs between 200-400 hours of chill (temperatures below 45F), so it may fruit for you, especially during an unusually cold winter. I think the tree will be attractive enough on its own to warrant having it in your landscape - you can just consider the fruit it bears to be an added bonus. Enjoy your garden!
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