What Does an Apple Tree Look like?

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What an apple tree looks like depends on the time of year you are talking about because apples are a seasonal fruit. An apple tree may grow between nine and forty feet tall. Their branches are usually wide and twisted and for much of the year you are likely to see apples on the tree.
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There are a variety of apple types. Some of the most common include Red Delicious, Granny Smith, and McIntosh. Most apple trees are less than 40 ft tall. They have green leaves and they bear fruit. You can find more info at: www.aboutappletrees.com
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