Apple 'Sweet Sixteen'
More About 'Sweet Sixteen'
- Malus domestica 'Sweet Sixteen'
- Pale pink to white flowers
- Medium to large, dark red fruit
- Crisp, yellow flesh, extremely juicy and sweet
- Stores well
- Good for eating fresh or as a dessert apple
- Bloom Time: Spring
- Ripens: Late September
Sweet Sixteen Apple Growing and Maintenance Tips
Needs another apple cultivar or flowering crab in the neighbourhood for pollination and subsequent fruit production. Typically available in rootstocks E.M. 26 (dwarf) and M.M.106 (semi-dwarf), and sometimes E.M 7 (very dwarf). Ultimate height and width of apple and other fruit trees depends on the pruning and production program.
'Sweet Sixteen' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils