I'm not sure my little apple tree will produce enough fruit to supply me with an apple a day but there's been plenty of blossom on it this year. It's starting to fade though now.
This little tree was bought back in 2012 with some money my mum and dad had given us for our wedding anniversary, it's a Gloster which produces red skinned apples with a crisp flesh. I'd intended to grow it in a container but after a couple of years I realised it wasn't doing so well so I found a spot for it in the garden and put it in the ground. It's certainly happier here as it's produced some decent sized harvests, in relation to the size of the tree, since then.
It's only a small tree, I bought it on dwarf rootstock (the part of the tree planted underground onto which the rest of the tree is grafted, and which determines the size to which it'll eventually grow) to keep it manageable, however, it's certainly grown since I bought it five years ago.
I'm hopeful for another good harvest this year.