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You don’t need to buy seeds from a gardening store to grow apple trees; you can plant trees just by using the seeds at the core of your favorite type of apple! Though growing apple trees from the seeds takes many years, and though the fruit may not be the same as the fruit of the apple from which you took the seeds, it’s exciting to watch your seedlings turn into an actual apple trees over the years. Whether you are learning how to plant apple seeds for a school project, or satisfying your curiosity about the potential of seeds, it’s important to understand the delicate process of germinating and planting so that you are eventually able to enjoy the fruits of your labor!

A great outdoor Heirloom variety originally bred in New Zealand early last century. Can be grown equally as a ground ridge cucumber it can be trained to climb on a trellis if space is short.

Cucumber Crystal Apple. A great outdoor Heirloom variety originally bred in New Zealand early last century. Can be grown equally as a ground ridge cucumber it can be trained to climb on a trellis if space is short. The golf to tennis ball sized fruits are produced in abundance if cropped on a regular basis all summer. The flavour is sweet with no bitter after taste and a crisp refreshing texture. This outdoor variety is best grown against a support, or it can be left to trail on the ground if preferred. Height: 3m (9′). Spread: 45cm (18″).

Cucumber Crystal Apple