Ein Shemer Apple Trees reach mature heights of between 15 and 25 feet, and widths of up to 20 feet. Plant them with at least 12 feet of space on all sides, in a spot that gets at least 6 hours or more of direct sunlight per day. Ein Shemer Apple Trees will still grow and produce blooms and fruit if they receive some periods of light shade in the morning or afternoon, but the more sun the better. They are somewhat tolerant of drought, but much prefer periodic slow deep watering.
Prune Ein Shemer Apple Trees in winter after leaves have fallen, but before new spring growth appears. In some warmer areas such as California, Texas, and Florida Ein Shemer Apple Trees can bloom as early as January. Once the tree blooms, pruning is not recommended until the following dormant period in winter. Cut branches to shape the tree into a funnels shape. Cut away dead wood and remove any low suckers or abnormally vigorous vertical growth.