Grimes Golden is an apple tree variety that bears a tart yellowish-green fruit. The tree can reach a height of about 25 feet and a width of 20 feet. Small white flowers bloom on this tree in April. For best growth, plant Grimes Golden apple trees in a moist, well-drained soil that gets full sun. This type of apple tree will self-pollinate, which means it will not need another apple tree to produce fruit. Picking times for Grimes Golden apple trees are from September to October.
Red Fuji apple trees bear a sweet yellow-skinned fruit with a reddish-orange color on top. Another apple tree must pollinate this fruit tree for it to produce fruit. Red Fuji trees will grow between 10 and 15 feet tall. The pinkish-white flowers bloom in April, and you can harvest the fruit by October. For maximum flowers and fruit production, plant this apple tree in a medium moisture soil that gets full sun. The red Fuji apple tree attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
Gold rush apples trees produce a greenish-yellow apple with a sweet taste and a hard flesh; some have a hint of reddish color. Another variety of apple tree must pollinate this tree for it to bear apples. Plant gold rush apple trees in deep, well-drained soil and in full sun for best fruit production. In early spring, the tree bears white blossoms, which attract butterflies, hummingbirds and birds. These apples are ready to harvest in late October.
Sweet Sixteen apple trees produce large, red apples and grow up to approximately 15 feet tall. For the tree to produce apples, you must plant more than one variety of apple tree. Its white blossoms bloom in early spring, followed by the apples. The apples are ready to harvest by September and grow best in full sun with a moist, well-drained soil. Sweet Sixteen trees produce apples that are crisp with a sweet taste.