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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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(A) Egremont Russet Apple Trees

(A) Egremont Russet Apple Trees

Picking late September, stores well. Brown variety with firm yellow/white flesh, Nutty flavour, Still the best russet apple. Pollinators include: James Grieve, Greensleeves, Grenadier and Fortune. The blossom has good frost tolerance.
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(A) Fall Russett Apple Trees

(A) Fall Russett Apple Trees

A very old Russet variety thought to have been discovered originally in 1875 in the U.S.A. Fall Russet forms a low spreading tree and although the fruits are small, it yields heavily and the flavour...

(A) St Edmund's Pippin Apple Trees

(A) St Edmund's Pippin Apple Trees

(Russet): Sweet, juicy firm, russett fruits for mid-September. Small, upright. spreading tree.
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(B) Court Of Wick Apple Trees

(B) Court Of Wick Apple Trees

A fine old variety which arose in the west country and introduced in 1790. Still of value today for its very fine flavour. The handsome golden apples are flushed red and dotted with russetting. Produced...

(B) Cox's Orange Pippin Apple Trees

(B) Cox's Orange Pippin Apple Trees

Usually ready for picking in mid September, and can be stored well into the new year. Generally regarded as the finest flavoured of all English apples, this variety needs good soil conditions to crop well....

(B) Elstar Apple Trees

(B) Elstar Apple Trees

Flushed bright red on a yellow backing, the fruits are crisp and juicy, medium sized, very good flavour and are ready for eating October to January. A recent introduction from Holland.
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(B) Epicure Apple Trees

(B) Epicure Apple Trees

For eating August and September. Frost resistant. Suitable for growing anywhere and a very easy and trouble free variety. Very good flavour from the medium sized fruits that are very attractively striped red. Sweet and...

(B) Nutmeg Pippin Apple Trees

(B) Nutmeg Pippin Apple Trees

A small but beautifully marked golden Apple with an intricate network of bronze russeting. Ready for picking in early October, they will store at least until January. but the flavour is so good there are...

(B) Pitmaston Pineapple Apple Trees

(B) Pitmaston Pineapple Apple Trees

Raised in 1785, an upright moderately vigorous tree which crops very heavily. Although sometimes biennial. A variety for the connoisseur with very unusual flavour - at times distinctly pineapple-like, but variously described as nutty, musky,...

(B) Queen Cox Apple Trees

(B) Queen Cox Apple Trees

A selected strain of COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN that gives improved colour of fruits, high quality and heavier crop.
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(B) Red Windsor Apple Trees

(B) Red Windsor Apple Trees

A mid season variety of very fine flavour. Red Windsor is firmly textured and has a richly aromatic but sweet and honeyed flavour. The fruits are ready for picking in September and will store until...

(B) Rosemary Russett Apple Trees

(B) Rosemary Russett Apple Trees

For eating November onwards, and stores late. Not a heavy crop, but very richly flavoured. Lightly russetted fruit of medium size, an old variety that is exceptional for flavour among the late keeping varieties. Very...

(B) Scrumptious Apple Trees

(B) Scrumptious Apple Trees

NEW An English garden apple bred for England. This highly coloured bright scarlet apple is deceptive for it hides a unique and highly complex flavour. The tender green white flesh has variously been described as...

(B) St Cecilia Apple Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Sunset Apple Trees

(B) Sunset Apple Trees

Superb, aromatic flavour from the medium sized, crisp and juicy fruits. The fruits are golden yellow with a red flush and some russet. The crops are heavy and regular and are ready for picking in...

(B) William Crump Apple Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Woolbrook Pippin Apple Trees

(B) 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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(C) Charles Ross Apple Trees

(C) 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...

(C) Orleans Reinette Apple Trees

(C) Orleans Reinette Apple Trees

A very high quality apple that is crisp and very juicy. A beautiful rich flavour. Medium to large fruits that are golden yellow with a slight red flush and cinnamon russet. A moderate cropper, with...

(C) Pixie Apple Trees

(C) 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...

(C) Red Ellison - (The Highly Coloured Ellison's Orange) Apple Trees

(C) 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...

(C) Tydeman's Late Orange Apple Trees

(C) Tydeman's Late Orange Apple Trees

Late autumn variety, flavour and texture very similar to Cox. Fruits will store late and are easy to grow. The fruits are medium sized, golden yellow with a bright orange-red flush. The blossom has frost...

(D) American Mother Apple Trees

(D) American Mother Apple Trees

For eating October to December. A very distinctive and aromatic, creamy white flesh that is sweet and very juicy The fruits are golden and flushed deep red. A very upright tree, that is easy to...

(D) Ashmeads Kernel Apple Trees

(D) Ashmeads Kernel Apple Trees

Firm, crisp yellow flesh with a sweet flavour that is very aromatic. Green-yellow fruits with a brown flush that are ready for eating from December to March. A moderately vigorous tree, not a heavy cropper,...

(D) Court Pendu Plat Apple Trees

(D) Court Pendu Plat Apple Trees

A much valued old variety which was first described in 1613. The fruits are seldom ready for eating before Christmas but will then keep until April. The fruit is greenish yellow, brightly striped with red...

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