Red Regent Apple Tree (Malus ‘Red Regent’)

Red Regent Apple Tree

Delicious homegrown medium to large fruit! The Red Regent Apple Tree (Malus ‘Red Regent’) is a tasty juicy and crispy Apple that has the perfect balance of tart and sweet! The shiny smooth skins are predominantly red-blushed with a bit of green showing through.

Apple Trees bloom with a flourish of fragrant and frilly white blossoms that set the tree alight and call pollinators. The lush green foliage is great for pinpoint shade and both front or back yard ornamental use! When in bloom and dripping in clusters of red jewels, these are eye-catching trees for dual-purpose landscaping!

Vigorously growing Red Regent reaches a decent-sized 12-15 feet in height and width, forming a rounded canopy that with pruning can be limbed up or kept smaller for easy harvest! Easily trained and pruned, you can even keep these trees smaller yet for hedgerows or container gardening! You will need a pollinator tree planted with it, save space and try this high-density planting technique if you don’t have room for two trees!

Planting and Application:

Red Regent is perfect for fresh eating! Healthy snacks within arms reach taste better when you know how they were grown and what was sprayed on them! The firm texture is great for cooking and sauces and holds up well for baked goods. Apple butter and apple sauce galore! These apples store for a while making it easy to hand them out as gifts around the holidays if you’re feeling generous!

Apple Trees are great for replacing those one-and-done flowering crabapples or other flowering ornamentals by doing all that and providing you and your family with healthy snacks too! Anchor a garden bed or shade your patio, these are lovely specimens for front yard landscaping!

  • White Fragrant Blossoms
  • Glossy Mid-Sized Red Apples
  • Semi-Dwarf & Handsome Green Foliage
  • Harvest Late Season (October)
  • Sweet-Tart, Crisp & Juicy

Tips for Care:

Apple Trees need the full sun for the best fruit and flowers. Provide an enriched, well-drained site with plenty of organic matter and adequate moisture access. Mulch well for moisture retention and to insulate the roots. Prune when dormant.

  • Full Sun & Well-Drained Soil
  • Moderate Yet Consistent Moisture & Fertility
  • ~500 Chill Hours
  • Cold Hardy Growing Zones 4 – 7
  • Requires Pollinator Tree

Red Regent Apple Tree will delight you and your family with tasty healthy fruit and fragrant blooms!

Red Regent Apple Tree (Malus ‘Red Regent’) Details

Common name Red Regent Apple Tree
Botanical name Malus 'Red Regent'
Plant type Deciduous
Hardiness zone 4-7
Growth rate Medium
Height 12-15 ft.
Width 12-15 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun
Moisture Low Once Established
Soil condition Widely Adaptable
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Pruning time When Dormant
Flower color White