Once the apple blossoms are pollinated, the blossoms transform into fruit within five to six months, and begin to grow full apples within about six years.
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Laura Nowak is a freelance writer who combines her love of travel and research to write travel articles. She has been published in various print and online publications, including the "Western Herald," where she wrote arts and entertainment articles. Nowak earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in practical writing from Western Michigan University.