An apple is a fruit that grows on an apple tree and is edible (Malus domestica).

Apple trees are the most widely grown in the Malus and are cultivated all over the world.

The tree’s wild ancestor, Malus sieversii, can still be found in Central Asia.

Apples have been cultivated in Asia and Europe for thousands of years, and European colonists brought them to .

In many cultures, including Norse, , and European Christian tradition, apples have religious and mythological significance.