Anna Apple Trees are adaptable to a very wide cross-section of climates, and can take both below freezing winters and seasonably warm summers. They produce delicious apples that can be used as a tart baking apple when almost ripe, and a sweet eating apple when fully ripened. They only require 100 chill hours, and can be pollinated by Golden Dorsett, Granny Smith, Gala, Winesap, and others. The Anna Apple Tree is a versitile, easily grown tree that produces excellent quality apples and can cross-pollinate with many other varieties.
Anna Apple Trees are suited for growing in the ground in USDA Zones 5 to 9. They prefer sandy loam soil that is well-drained. Anna Apple Trees also do best in full sun, and with slow deep watering that delivers about 5 to 8 gallons per week in a steady flow. However, periodic deep watering and 4 to 6 inches of mulch can also supply Anna Apple Trees with plenty of hydration. They grow to heights of 20 to 30 feet, and spread as wide as 15 feet.