Pink Lady® Apple Tree
Begins shipping mid-April.
Pollinator required to bear fruit
Pollinator required to bear fruit
A popular and delicious apple that stores well!
The Pink Lady® Apple is a cross between Lady Williams and Golden Delicious and grows well in the mild regions of Canada. The fruit ripens later in the season, in October – making it a great addition to your orchard for a staggered harvest. Pink Lady® apples do exceptionally well in storage over winter, you’ll be enjoying homegrown apples into the following year.
The apples themselves are a beautifully blushed reddish pink, with a balanced sweet-tart flavor. They are enjoyed for both fresh eating and baking.
|Soil pH Level||6-7|
|Soil Moisture||Well Drained|
|Years to Bear||2-5|
|Shade Level||Full Sun|
|Hardiness Zone Range||5-8|
Size & Spacing
This variety requires another one for adequate pollination.
Cross-pollination by a different variety is key to its growing and bearing success. Plant a different variety within 15 meters (50 feet) for best pollination.
Recommended Pollinators: Granny Smith, Red Delicious, Macoun, Ginger Gold, Winter Banana, Zestar
How do I find my Hardiness Zone?
Canada’s Plant Hardiness Zones will tell you which plants will do well in your particular climate. Each zone is determined by the lowest average winter temperature recorded in a given area. Hardiness Zone information is included on all tree and plant product pages, so you know instantly whether a certain plant is likely to succeed where you live. Natural Resources Canada provides helpful options to find your zone:
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Thurston Thurston –
I have been a fan of this apple for a long time. It is tart, fresh, and the longer you keep it after harvest the better it gets. It’s one of my favorites.
Nicholas Green –
Fantastic little tree – looking forward to fruit from the tree!
Barbara Draper –
The Cripps Pink Apple tree is healthy and growing more leaves this year. It has survived well two winters and has tiny apples set from blossoms for the first time.Since we haven’t had any apples mature, yet, I can’t say how they are.
David Goble –
Order was received promptly and in very good condition, packaged to protect the new tree. Instructions were provided for best planting results and the tree has been in the ground for over a year and is doing very well and shaping up to be a great producer in the future.I would definitely order additional product through Stark,
Travis Reynolds –
I bought this expecting to get nothing for a few years but it is starting summer two and there are several apples growing on it.
Gary Meyer –
Tree grows well and the fruit is great to eat. I have been growing them organically and have had no issues with pest.
Ron Ross –
Planted less than 1 year ago Cripps Pink Apple tree is doing well. Tree is about 42″ tall and no blossom’s yet. The Honeycrisp tree didn’t make it through a winter here in Southern Utah.
Tony Sweeting –
The new pink lady apple trees o purchased from stark bros were in very good shape when I received them and even bloomed that year. The following spring the trees are not getting leaves and seem to be almost dead except for a few leaves at the base. Not sure what has happened .
Evelyn White –
Arrived very spindly. Died. I now need to purchase another one for my Granny Smith. Very disappointed.
Richard Boothroyd –
The three trees we purchased are doing well considering the 18 days of above 90 degrees this summer. They haven grown much as of yet but there’s always next year.