Where Do Granny Smith Apples Grow?

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Granny Smith apples grow in a soil with high fertility and can support growth of other fruits. The fruit was originally grown in Australia in the 19th century.
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Granny Smith apples are grown in Washington and are available from September through November. Proper storage allows them to be stored and distributed throughout the year.
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