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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) Lord Lambourne Apple Trees

(A) Lord Lambourne Apple Trees

A regular and heavy cropper that is ready in October to early November. Medium round fruits, greenish yellow with a bright crimson flush and darker red strips. White crisp, juicy flesh with a sweet, very...

(A) Michaelmas Red Apple Trees

(A) Michaelmas Red Apple Trees

Very similar to Worcester, but ripens 2 weeks later. Not a tip bearer, so better than Worcester for cordons.
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(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) 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) 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) Downton Pippin Apple Trees

(B) Downton Pippin Apple Trees

An 'Orange Pippin x Golden Pippin' cross produced this rounded dual purpose variety which found fame in Victorian kitchens as well as being suited to dessert purposes. The flavour is brisk and clean with a...

(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) Fortune Apple Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Greensleeves Apple Trees

(B) Greensleeves Apple Trees

A superb variety from east Malling Research Station. It bears fruit very early in life and is a superb pollinator for other mid-season apples. The fruits are ready for picking at the end of September...

(B) James Grieve Apple Trees

(B) James Grieve Apple Trees

The fruits are ready for picking mid September onwards - and suitable for eating throughout October. The fruits are medium large, round, conical, greenish yellow with an orange and red flush and stripes. The skin...

(B) Jester Apple Trees

(B) 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...

(B) Meridian Apple Trees

(B) Meridian Apple Trees

A new variety with an English Garden Apple Taste! Raised at East Malling Research from a cross between Cox's Orange and Falstaff. Meridian has been exhaustively trialled and tested at tasting panels to find out...

(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) Red Falstaff Apple Trees

(B) Red Falstaff Apple Trees

A sport of the highly regarded and already very popular Falstaff, but with a bright ruby red skin colouring This variety has fine eating qualities with a sweet but refreshing flavour and a very crisp...

(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) Saturn Apple Trees

(B) Saturn Apple Trees

New from East Malling. Truly outstanding for its high levels of disease resistance, Saturn is resistant to scab and mildew and always seems to be such a clean and healthy looking tree. It has been...

(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) 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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(B) Yellow Ingestrey Apple Trees

(B) 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...

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