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The Gala apple is is one of the most widely grown apple varieties in the U.S. The Gala is a smaller apple which is mostly red with a portion that is green or yellow-green. The apple features a crisp flesh and a delicious sweet and tangy flavor. The Gala apple is great for eating fresh, making apple sauce and making apple juice or cider. The apples from a Gala will store well for up to 3 months after harvest as long as they are kept refrigerated. While somewhat self-fertile, the Gala apple will produce a larger crop when pollinated with another apple variety.
*images shown are of mature plants
The standard Gala Apple tree grows to a height of 20–25' and a spread up to 22' at maturity.
Zone 5 - 8
Soil well Drained
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