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Fuji Apple



“Ornamental deciduous shrub with multiple, erect, arching stems that form a loose, round shape. This ornamental native has creamy white, flat-topped flower clusters in spring, giving way to large clusters of dark blue berries in late summer, early fall.

Tolerant of a variety of conditions, Arrowwood Viburnum prefers moist, well drained sites and grows best in full sun to partial shade.

Ripened fruit hangs in clusters and is a favorite of wildlife. The dense foliage provide cover to birds and small woodland mammals, with the leaves, bark, and woody branches being preferred by beaver, deer and rabbit.”




The Fuji apple has become one of the more preferred varieties in the US for both humans and wildlife thanks to its attractive red color and its delicious, sweet taste. It is a relatively low chill apple that will perform well in USDA hardiness zones 4-9. It prefers full sun, which means it should get at least six hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight daily. This early harvest apple grows well in moist, well-drained soil, and is not particularly drought tolerant. The Fuji tree will typically produce apples within 3 to 5 years of planting.
Common Name Fuji Apple
Scientific Name Malus 'Fuji'
Wildlife Value cover, fruit
Height 5-6'


USDA Zone 4-8

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4-5' 5 Gallon Rooted Container