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Synonyms for apple

the apple of your eye

Synonyms for apple

fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

native Eurasian tree widely cultivated in many varieties for its firm rounded edible fruits

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Planting one's own apple trees makes sense in two ways.
I have had my apple tree about 30 years and always had a good yield, but this year although the apples were a better crop, nearly every one had something eating into the middle.
The governor also proposes to build a bean-processing plant and a logistics center for the production of apple trees.
Some apple trees rely on crosspollination, so you might need to plant two trees from the same or similar pollination groups in order for them to produce fruit.
Aftercare Apple trees are actually very low maintenance - after planting, there is little you pick to do but be patient as most won't bear fruit until their second or third year.
Contract notice: restoration of apple trees in the area of the national stud farm kladruby nad labem, spo
But when growing apple trees in pots it is recommended you select a dwarf variety.
By the time pioneers traveled to the territory and developed the settlement at Detroit, the sight of enormous apple trees in the region was commonplace, and it was not long before Michigan's apple orchards grew to rival those of New England.
IWALKED through the walled garden of the National Trust Gibside estate in Newcastle last week and was delighted by apple trees laden with fruit.
There were probably once other apple trees nearby--earlier blooming ones, so that the fruit could be eaten and cooked from late summer until Christmas.
The 900 meter- high town is located at the slopes of al-Hilo Mountain and it is famous for its green mountains, springs and fruitful trees, on top apple trees.
WASTING large areas of lands to grow the lowyielding and labourintensive apple trees may no longer continue in India.
Apple trees were planted in the grounds of Fazakerley Hospital to remember them.
So they planted two apple trees in our backyard and after a few years we were excited at the prospects when a small number of apples appeared.