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Granny Smith Apple

Malus x domestica 'Granny Smith'

Granny Smith, considerd by many to be one of the best cooking Apples, has medium-sized fruit with a dark to pale green skin with distinctive whitish dots. Crisp, tart and juicy with a good balance of acids and sugars, it ripens in late September or October. As this cultivar requires fewer winter chill hours and a longer growing season to mature the fruit, it is favored in the milder areas of Apple growing regions.


Product Details

Key Feature:

  • Edible Fruit

Plant Type:

  • Tree


  • Deciduous

Cold Hardiness Zones:

  • 5 - 8

Light Needs:

  • Full sun

Sunset Climate Zones:

  • 5

Water Needs:

  • Requires regular watering.

Average Landscape Size:

  • Reaches 12 to 16 feet tall and 10 to 14 feet wide.

Growth Rate:

  • Fast

Special Features:

  • Edible

  • Fall Color

Landscape Uses:

  • Mass Planting

  • Specimen

Flower Color:

  • White


  • spring

Foliage Color:

  • Green

Item no.:

  • 6105

Care Information:

  • Requires at least six hours of sunlight each day. To encourage the most fruit production, prune regularly for proper branching.


  • Granny Smith originated in Australia in 1868, but was not introduced to America until the early 1970's.