Who knew you could actually grow apple trees INDOORS? Check out eHow to learn more.
“Apple trees, known botanically as Malus domestica, are fruit-bearing, deciduous, perennial trees that grow best in USDA plant hardiness zones 3 through 8. If you live in an unsuitable climate or simply don’t have the space in your garden or home landscape to grow an apple tree, you don’t have to give up your dream of fresh, home-grown apples just yet. Apple trees are just one example of the many types of fruit trees that respond well to being grown indoors in containers. Because standard size apple trees can reach heights of 39 feet, indoor apple growers should select a dwarf apple tree variety.”