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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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(B) Arthur Turner Apple Trees

(B) Arthur Turner Apple Trees

For eating August to October. The large, greenish yellow fruits excel for baking. A very good cropper that is upright in growth. The spring flowers are especially beautiful, and Arthur Turner is suitable for planting...

(B) Catshead Apple Trees

(B) Catshead Apple Trees

An extremely old and very interesting variety dating from 1629. The pale green to yellow flat to oblong fruits have been described as 'conveniently box-shaped for parceling into dumplings! The flesh will cook to a...

(B) Emneth Early (Early Victoria) Apple Trees

(B) Emneth Early (Early Victoria) Apple Trees

Early variety for picking late July and August. Soft, greenish white flesh that cooks well. An excellent variety for its natural earliness. Pollinators include: Greensleeves, Grenadier, James Grieve, Redsleeves, Arthur Turner etc.
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(B) Grenadier Apple Trees

(B) Grenadier Apple Trees

(B) GRENADIER Picking throughout August until September, the fruits are medium/large, round and yellowish green. The flesh is white and crisp and cooks very well. The flavour is excellent. The trees are moderate in growth and...

(B) Keswick Codlin Apple Trees

(B) Keswick Codlin Apple Trees

A really lovely and highly valued old variety which began life being discovered grown on a rubbish heap near Ulverston! It was introduced in 1793 and subsequently became a very prevalent early cooker of the...

(B) Scotch Bridget Apple Trees

(B) Scotch Bridget Apple Trees

(B) SCOTCH BRIDGET Very hardy variety first known in 1851. The rich creamy flesh has an excellent texture and a sweet flavour which needs no sugar, maintaining good quality until Christmas. Excellent stewed or baked, a...

(C) Golden Noble Apple Trees

(C) Golden Noble Apple Trees

For eating October/December. Golden Noble was discovered in 1820, just a mile from our nursery here at Downham Market. A first class, creamy white flesh that is sweet and juicy. Upright, spreading tree. Moderate cropper....

(C) Howgate Wonder Apple Trees

(C) Howgate Wonder Apple Trees

For picking early November and stores well into the new year. Often produces blossom late, so is very suitable for frosty areas and the north. The very large golden yellow fruits have a crisp, creamy...

(C) Lane's Prince Albert Apple Trees

(C) Lane's Prince Albert Apple Trees

The large fruits are round and conical and are suitable for cooking from January to March. Suitable for growing in the north as it is very reliable. The fruits are pea green in colour, with...

(C) Lord Derby Apple Trees

(C) 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.
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(C) Monarch Apple Trees

(C) Monarch Apple Trees

Extremely frost resistant blossom. The fruits are olive green, flushed pink and are ready for eating November and store until spring.
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(C) The Queen Apple Trees

(C) The Queen Apple Trees

Essex in 1858 and once a popular garden apple, rather hard to find these days. A large, very pale yellow fruit partly covered with crimson flushes and stripes, the flesh cooks to a wonderful translucent...

(D) Hereford Beefing Apple Trees

(D) Hereford Beefing Apple Trees

Introduced for our more Northerly customers in response to the huge popularity of our own Norfolk Beefing, which has exceeded all expectations! Hereford Beefing was first known in the 1700's no less and is a...

(D) Newton Wonder Apple Trees

(D) Newton Wonder Apple Trees

For use from November to March. The fruits have exceptional flavour when cooked and can also be eaten for dessert. Grows well everywhere including north and west. Flowers late. Pollinate with: Tydeman Late Orange, Orleans...

(T) Jumbo - A 1b 20z Cooking Apple - New Apple Trees

(T) Jumbo - A 1b 20z Cooking Apple - New Apple Trees

Aptly named for the awesome size of its fruits but far from just a novelty or exhibition variety, although it would surely also find fame on the showbench! Jumbo is inarguably the most valuable kitchen...