Could this be true?

Dwarf apple tree
@cacay1 (73231)
Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
June 20, 2022 6:50am CST
It's tempting. Just imagine this dwarf apple tree. Again I dream to buy its seed. It's so cute. We'll just sit beside this dwarf apple tree while picking and eating its ripe fruits hehehe. It seems impossible. Last time I was tempted to buy the Bonsai tree but price was in dollar, so expensive. Have you planted a dwarf apple tree especially those living in a cold climate? Do you think it's real?
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@Kandae11 (46835)
20 Jun
It is so wonderful to see. There is one in our yard bearing apples.( A different kind of apples from the American apples) We were pleasantly surprised.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@Kandae11, wowwww, amazing. Is it dwarf apple?
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@Kandae11 (46835)
21 Jun
@cacay1 Yes it is , our original big apple tree fell during a hurricane , now a few years later a little one has sprung up nearby.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@Kandae11, oh man, thankful for the apple offspring. You're so fortunate.
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@LadyDuck (399679)
• Switzerland
20 Jun
We have miniature apple trees here, but they are not so small, they are about 5 feet tall.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@LadyDuck, wow you're lucky. I've seen apple trees in Auckland but they're tall.
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@LadyDuck (399679)
• Switzerland
21 Jun
@cacay1 There are many miniature trees right now that are fine for small gardens, apple, plums, apricots and pears.
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
What kind are they?
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@anil02 (24527)
• India
20 Jun
Climate of my area is not suitable for apple but no doubt apple is healthy fruit and eating fresh give us unique experience.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@anil02, it might not grow in my area too. It requires cold climate.
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
An apple is a very healthy fruit and there are all kinds of them.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@marlina, I love crispy apple.
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@DaddyEvil (86586)
• United States
20 Jun
I've seen dwarf apple and dwarf plum trees here but they are around 5 feet tall (around 152 cm). But yes, they do bear full sized fruit.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@DaddyEvil, wowwww, my cousin in New York told me he works in Apple Factory to mean apples surround your country. How nice to pick apples.
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@DaddyEvil (86586)
• United States
21 Jun
@cacay1 When I was growing up, we had lots of apple trees on our farm. There are lots of apple trees in the yards of houses in the city where I live now. There is a story about how our country got so many apple trees when the country was still young. A man used to go around the country planting apple trees. It's interesting.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@DaddyEvil, oh man, nice guy concerned citizen. You're lucky.
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@m_audrey6788 (58576)
• Germany
20 Jun
No but there are a lot of apple trees nearby and I can freely pick up if I want
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@m_audrey6788, wowwww, you're so lucky. How nice to pick apple fruits.
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• Germany
21 Jun
@cacay1 For now, it is not season yet. I am still waiting for the fruit to be ready for pick up
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
Good
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@Beestring (2879)
• Hong Kong
20 Jun
It's cute. For this size, I can plant it in my balcony. lol
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@Beestring yeah, cute and nice to plant it in our balcony.
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
Not too heavy?
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@Beestring (2879)
• Hong Kong
21 Jun
@marlina Should be okay if it's really of this size.
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@RebeccasFarm (66821)
• United States
20 Jun
Trees especially the tiny ones are so cute
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@RebeccasFarm, so true like bonsai plants.
@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
Yes, they are
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@marlina, that's right.
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@wolfgirl569 (57973)
• Marion, Ohio
20 Jun
I would research the company before buying. But you can buy dwarf trees
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@wolfgirl569, yes I'll ask the seller if this dwarf apples grow in hot temperature.
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@DaddyEvil (86586)
• United States
28 Jun
@cacay1 No, Eva means that if the seller is only offering apple seeds for sale, then don't buy them. Apples trees don't grow true to type from seeds. Apple seeds can't grow the same type of apple you eat from the store. Each seed will grow a different type of tree. Nobody can guarantee what type of apple tree you'll get from a seed.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
4 Jul
@DaddyEvil, yes agree with you. That was the feedback from the buyers saying they're scammed. The seeds didn't grow. Thankful I didn't buy.
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@sjvg1976 (34947)
• Delhi, India
22 Jun
I doubt if they are real ones. I haven't seen such a small apple tree. No, we dont see the apple tree here at our place.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
23 Jun
@sjvg1976, it might be a scam for only the seeds are sold. I don't trust too.
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@Nakitakona (50649)
• Philippines
23 Jun
I haven't seen this one yet.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Jun
@Nakitakona, it's in Facebook for sale seeds of this kind.
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@Nakitakona (50649)
• Philippines
28 Jun
@cacay1 Well, that's good.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
4 Jul
@Nakitakona, I didn't buy, buyers said seeds didn't grow. They're scammed.
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@rsa101 (35086)
• Philippines
21 Jun
Interesting, however I believe you need to do further study to see if it can grow in our climate. I'm aware that apples thrive in chilly climates. So, check before you buy if it will grow well in our area since I have yet to see anyone growing apples here. I have yet to observe growing apples in our country's cold and temperate regions, or perhaps I am simply unaware of it.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@rsa101 there are apple trees in Bukidnon and in Baguio city. I'll talk to the seller. Thanks for the advice.
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@rsa101 (35086)
• Philippines
21 Jun
@cacay1 I see wow then if that came in from local then there is a chance that you can grow it in your place. But I know Bukidnon has a place there that is the same as Baguio is.
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
@cacay1 , Good idea to ask
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
20 Jun
Go for it!
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@marlina thank you for your support.
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@marlina (148854)
• Canada
21 Jun
@cacay1 , You are welcome! How is the weather right now?
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
21 Jun
@marlina our weather here remains hot.
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@thelme55 (75704)
• Germany
22 Jun
I have seen small apple trees here but they are as tall as myself. Not so small like in your photo.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
23 Jun
@thelme55 it's dwarf apple tree.
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@thelme55 (75704)
• Germany
26 Jun
@cacay1 Yes, I saw that in your photo.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
28 Jun
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@jobelbojel (31238)
• Philippines
22 Jun
This is so cute. Too good to be true.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
22 Jun
@jobelbojel, yes, super cute. I year-old baby can pick the apple from a dwarf branch.
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@jobelbojel (31238)
• Philippines
22 Jun
@cacay1 yes the baby can pick it up.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
23 Jun
@Jenaisle (6209)
• Philippines
21 Jun
I'm also wary if things are too good to be true. It's tempting to buy but I won't because I am not sure that they are not organically altered. Dwarf trees seem to be unnatural, especially big-bearing fruit trees. You can buy just for posterity's sake, but I would be hesitant to eat its fruits.
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@cacay1 (73231)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
22 Jun
@Jenaisle, it won't grow in my place.
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• Midland, Michigan
13 Jul
I know there are different types of dwarf trees but I would have expected them to be small enough to keep inside the house in a planter. I don't have any myself.