I live on a rocky island in Maine, and while apples do thrive in ideal conditions, they will grow just about anywhere if you can build them a decent pocket of soil. I'm working on building an orchard on a small natural terrace between ridges of ledge on a rocky hill top, so I think I'm in the same boat!
On the plus side, drainage and air flow are no problem, and neither are frost pockets.
The devil haunts a hungry man - Waylon Jennings
Location: PNW, British Columbia
posted 5 years ago
Have you planted any in those conditions yet?
And when my army is complete, I will rule the world! But, for now, I'm going to be happy with this tiny ad: