• Apple trees
    grow to about 25 feet high and wide and tend to have thick twisting branches. An apple tree can produce up to 180 lbs. of apples a season, which is impressive if you consider that each apple produced took the energy of 50 apple leaves.

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  • The apple tree originated in
    Central Asia

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  • There is over 7000 varieties of apples grown around the world

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  • The old saying, “An apple a day, keeps the doctor away.” This saying comes from an old English adage, “To eat an apple before going to bed, will make the doctor beg his bread.”

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  • Archeologists have found evidence that humans have been enjoying apples for thousands of years.

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  • In colonial time, apples were called winter banana or melt-in-the-mouth

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  • It takes the energy from 50 leaves to produce one apple

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  • Some apple trees will grow over 40 feet high and live over 100 years

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  • Apples are a member of the
    rose family

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  • The science of apple growing is
    called pomology

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