How to Identify Apple Trees?

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To identify apples trees you have to see what type of apple that is growing on the tree. If its a deep red apple growing then it may be a red delicious tree.
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How to Identify Apple Trees
Apples are one of America's favorite fruits. Apple trees also are popular with homeowners due to their easy maintenance and their regular harvests of sweet fruit. These hardy trees are often found in the wild, as well, growing in deserted orchards or... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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Apple trees are medium in size, it has a scaly gray bark and the tree itself looks bushy. The leaves are oval and pointed and of course there will be apples on it.
Examining the apple the tree creates is the best way to identify a specific apple trees. Deep red apples come from a Red Delicious apple tree. You can find more info at: www.ehow.com
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Trees can be identified with their habitat, shape, leaf structure and produce. Some trees are easily identified because they stand out such as pine trees.
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