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Easily grown as a garden tree, it produces crisp, juicy apples. Plant in a hot, sunny site, ideally on a gentle, south-facing slope. The ultimate size and vigour depends on which rootstock it has been grafted. Thin out the young crop so that the remaining apples reach a good size and are of good quality. They should be approximately 10-15cm apart. Store the apples in a well-ventilated, frost-free place with a cold, stable temperature. Wrapping each apple in tissue helps prevent shrivelling.
Cultivar: Golden Delicious
Plant type: Deciduous tree
Sun exposure: Full sun
Soil: Well-drained/light, Chalky/alkaline
Skill level: Experienced
Time to plant: October to March
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