Plant and grow your Gala apple tree in the full sun and soil that drains well. Gala apple trees grow quickly to 10 -15 feet tall, but can be kept as low as 8 feet tall in home orchards. The flush of amazing white blossoms in the spring is a sight to see, bearing fruit that ripens in the late Spring to early Summer. An early and prolific producer, gala apple trees have a much more low chill selection.
The Gala Apple Tree
-One of America’s Top Apples
-Not easily bruised or damaged
-Gala Apple Trees easily acclimate and are easy to grow.
-Grow organic apples with ease, since this tree is not bothered by many pests.
– Gala Apple trees can be pruned to stay short for easy picking or grown tall to also provide shade.
– Trees are deciduous, so dormant in the winter. Water newly planted young trees regularly starting in the Spring, and increase the frequency in the Summer heat. Reduce watering in the Fall until the tree is dormant once again in the winter.