The simple answer is “Yes, with some effort.” Most if not all commercial farmers would not grow apple trees from seed as successful harvests cannot be guaranteed. … Even if you become successful in growing an apple tree from seeds, it is possible the tree may not be able to tolerate Singapore’s climate.
What fruit trees can grow in Singapore?
Photo index of fruit trees of Singapore
|Star-fruit tree Averrhoa carambola||Jambu bol Syzygium malaccanse||Durian Durio zibethinus|
|Nangka tree Atrocarpus heterophyllus||Papaya tree Carica papaya||Chiku tree Manilkara zapota|
Can you grow an apple tree anywhere?
Apple trees can grow in any non-tropical climate, be planted in the ground at any time in the growing season, and a single tree can produce up to 130 lbs. of apples per year! Plant your apple trees at least 20 feet apart, in an area that receives abundant sunshine.
How many years does it take an apple tree to bear fruit?
The average bearing age of fruit trees is as follows; apple – 4 to 5 years, sour or tart cherry – 3 to 5 years, pear – 4 to 6 years, and plum – 3 to 5 years.
Can avocado grow in Singapore?
Will avocado seeds grow in Singapore’s climate? Avocados can grow in Singapore, however only certain varieties, such as the smooth skinned varieties that are commonly grown in Indonesia and others that are acclimatised to the climate, will be able to flower and set fruit.
Do apple trees fruit every year?
Biennial bearing is a problem in some fruit trees, particularly apples and pears, where they crop heavily in one year and then produce little or nothing the next. Some cultivars are naturally biennial but weather conditions and soil fertility can contribute to the problem.
What is the best time of year to plant an apple tree?
While late fall and early spring are the best times to plant, they are not the best times to order apple trees. Fruit trees are produced on an annual cycle and harvested in late fall. This means the best time to order is over the summer, even if you won’t be planting the trees until the following spring.
How do I get my apple tree to produce fruit?
Apples and pears must be cross pollinated. Therefore, you must plant two different varieties if you want to produce fruit. There are also varieties that produce sterile pollen and need to be planted with at least two other varieties.