The Anna Apple tree has a low-chill requirement, making it a great apple tree for the South, especially Gulf Coast, planting. It needs only 200 chill hours to fruit. The fruit, red, sweet, semi-acidic apples, ripens in June and July. Once ripe, these medium to large apples can be eaten fresh or used in favorite home recipes. Anna apples also store very well, keeping for 6-8 weeks in the refrigerator so you can enjoy them through late summer. The tree has a moderate growth rate and reaches a height and width of 20-30 feet. The Anna Apple tree can be pollinated with the Dorsett Apple tree or with the Floribunda Crabapple tree. For planting, apple trees prefer full sun and slightly acidic soil. At maturity, the Anna apple can reach a height and width of 15-20 feet. The Anna Apple tree is hardy in Zones 6-9. USDA Zones: Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9.