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These genuine dwarfing rootstock trees are so easy to manage yet bear full-sized fruits in abundance. Infact these most modern of restrictive rootstocks often produce fruits that are larger than those on Orchard-sized trees! These trees are all suitable for planting just 5-7’ apart in the garden border or lawn, or as an intensive orchard. Little pruning is required and the trees also thrive in 18″ pots on the patio or terrace. An apple on the mini M27 rootstock, as offered here, can yield 30ibs or more when established, and these trees are precocious – often beginning to crop the first year. They very much offer the best of all words for the would-be amateur home fruit grower. Our full and easy instruction booklet is included with all orders.


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  • Idared Apple Trees


    For picking in late October and will store well until May. The large fruits are yellow with a red flush and the flesh is white and juicy. The flavour is good and the fruits have the advantage that they are very suitable for cooking as well as dessert. Pollinated by. Egremont Russet, Discovery, Cox Greensleeves, James Grieve, Irish Peach, Redsleeves etc. A first class eating variety that is one of the easiest for long term storing. Has resistance to Scab and is itself a good pollinator for other varieties.

  • Fortune Apple Trees


    For picking and eating September to October, the medium sized, golden yellow fruits are flushed bright red on the sunny side, and the flavour is exceptional. Sweet and aromatic with firm flesh that later becomes soft. The blossom is frost tolerant and provides a heavy crop. Resistant to Scab. Can be prone to canker in some areas, otherwise very easy and trouble free. Ideal pollinators are: Greensleeves, Charles Ross, James Grieve, Redsleeves and Sunset.

  • Jester Apple Trees


    Raised by the East Malling Research Station and released about the same time as Jupiter, but somewhat overshadowed by that variety at the time. For picking from early September to November, the blossoms have good frost tolerance. Good, compact growth and suitable for growing everywhere. The fruits are bright red on a yellow background, and the flesh is crisp and juicy with an excellent texture and flavour. An easy to grow variety. Ideal pollinators are: Fiesta, Redsleeves, Greensleeves, James Grieve etc. jester is proving to be a superb apple for garden culture.

  • Redsleeves Apple Trees


    A new early dessert apple that we were pleased to introduce on exclusive licence a few yews ago. Raised by East Malling Research Station, Redsleeves has proved to be very exceptional. The fruits are ready for picking and eating in late August and early September, and have the advantage that they excel when eaten straight from the tree, but will also store well for up to 4 weeks after picking. An attractive early apple, predominantly bright red on a yellow-green background. Good skin finish, sweet crisp and juicy fruits with a very pleasant flavour. The fruits are of moderate size…

  • St Cecilia Apple Trees


    A Seedling directly from Coxs Orange and famous for having inherited some of that varieties enticing rich flavour. A medium sized green yellow apple, partly covered by a crimson flush and stripes smooth skinned and short stalked, A heavy cropper but the very fine flavour, develops at its best in the south west.

  • White Knight Apple Trees


    Introduced by Chris Bowers and Sons A very different and almost unique variety selected from the same breeding house as the esteemable Red Devil. Where as the Red Devil has already achieved mass popularity, White Knight is probably destined for a more selective market as it seems to be the kind of apple people either love or find uninteresting. White Knight is a very, very pale milky cream coloured apple with a delicate and subtle, sweet but not insipid flavour ‘reminiscent of peardrops’. It is ready for harvest in October and will store for several weeks. Something different for the…

  • William Crump Apple Trees


    This late season dessert variety is a Cox/Worcester cross. The fruits are brightly flushed and striped orange-red over a greenish background and have an extremely rich, aromatic flavour. Later in its season the flavour softens becoming more like its Cox parent. The fruits are ready for picking in October and will store at least until February. Suitable pollinators include: Winter Gem, Redsleeves, Red Ellison, Grenadier, James Grieve etc.

  • Woolbrook Pippin Apple Trees


    Raised in Sidmouth, Devon, 1903. A Cox’s seedling which is very close to that variety but ripening earlier & suitable for use from early September and storing until late October – early November.

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  • Yellow Ingestrey Apple Trees


    A variety notable for its beautiful drooping habit which has made it sought after for lawn and specimen planting. A small bright greenish yellow, golden flushed apple which ripens in September. The rather decorative fruits have sometimes been used for ornamental purposes as late as Christmas. The yellow flesh has a crisply refreshing flavour which used to command a high market value in the Kent and London area, but is seldom seen today. Pollinate with Redsleeves, Falstaff, James Grieve, Jester etc.

  • Charles Ross Apple Trees


    Ready for picking in October. The very large, round, shiny red fruit is evenly shaped and has a very polished appearance. The flavour is superb, with a very juicy crisp flesh. The trees are moderately vigorous, but have a neat, compact growth. Also excellent for chalky soils, the north and west and has a resistance to Scab. The fruits are of outstanding beauty and are like eating a superb large Cox. A favourite eating variety for many years. A very regular cropper. Suitable pollinators are: Greensleeves, James Grieve, Spartan, Gloster 69, Howgate Wonder, Redsleeves etc.

  • Crimson Queening Apple Trees


    A suitably handsome and regally coloured Apple for such a name, the fruits are heavily flushed dark ruby red. By contrast the flesh is very pale and creamy with a delicate, perfumed floral flavour. First recorded in 1831 but thought to be even older, this is a small compact tree the fruits of which should be harvested in early September, they will keep for a month or more. Pollinate with Spartan, Red Ellison, Orleans Reinette, Howgate Wonder etc.

  • Gala Must Apple Trees


    A recent introduction with very heavy yields of attractive fruits which have a lovely scarlet skin colouring. The fruits are of similar quality and flavour to Gala. For eating October to January.

  • Gavin Apple Trees


    Raised in 1956, so not especially old but a variety never fully appreciated and deserving wider cultivation, the fine, bright coloured fruits are ready for picking mid October and for use right through December, the flavour is excellent rich, aromatic but sweet too. Gavin arose as a cross of Merton Worcester and a seedling variety with a scab resistance and this quality has been passed on: Gavin has excellent scab resistance and disease resistance in general, as well as beautiful blossom. Recommended. Pollinate with Greensleeves, Orleans, Charles Ross etc.

  • Lemon Pippin Apple Trees


    An interesting and rather valuable old variety first mentioned as long ago as 1744. This dual purpose variety has the shape colour and, at times, smell of a lemon. Very distinctive, when ripe the flesh is sweet enough for desert, yet still maintains an underlying acidity which makes it very satisfying to eat. Cooked it is useful for a whole range of recipes, including Apple Jelly, Tarts and Mincemeats. Season October-December, often later. Pollinate with Spartan, Merton Knave, Ellisons, Howgate Wonder etc.

  • Lord Derby Apple Trees


    Late variety. Very large fruits, white flesh turning a delicate pink when cooked. Excellent flavour. Suitable pollinators include: Charles Ross, Gloster 69, Orleans etc.

  • Margaret Apple Trees


    Valuable because of its very early season, and so named because it ripens around St Margarets day, 22nd July. Also known as Red Joaneting, this is a pretty, highly coloured apple which is ideal picked and eaten straight from the tree. The flavour is slightly sharp, but juicy and refreshing. An upright tree.

  • Pixie Apple Trees


    Picking in October for eating December to March. A delicious flavour with crisp, sweet, juicy fruits. Medium sized, greenish yellow flushed with orange-red. Prolific cropping with good disease resistance. An excellent variety. Pollinators include: Charles Ross, Orleans, Spartan etc.

  • Red Delicious Apple Trees


    For eating early December onwards the fruits will keep late into the spring. Soft flesh. Pollinators include: Charles Ross, Redsleeves, Fiesta etc.

  • Red Ellison – (The Highly Coloured Ellison’s Orange) Apple Trees


    Large fruits that are richly coloured and picked and eaten from September to November. The blossom has frost tolerance, and the upright tree is suitable for all areas, including the north, but resents high rainfall areas. East to grow. The flavour of the fruits is good, and the flesh is tender and very juicy. A heavy cropper, with resistance to Scab. Pollinators include:Golden Delicious, Lord Derby, Tydeman’s Late Orange, Greensleeves etc.

  • Red Peasgood Nonsuch Apple Trees


    A richly pink flushed selection of the above variety, very attractive.

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