The most popular culinary variety for late autumn picking, and will store until late February with ease. Previously considered too large for the garden, but not so with the new dwarfing rootstocks. Bramley has responded very well to the new rootstocks which make very manageable trees with an increase in fruit size. The large fruits are green to yellow-green and the creamy white flesh is superb for cooking. The trees are vigorous with stout branches, forming a spreading tree. Bramley is a triploid, so two other pollinating varieties are needed, of which the choice is very wide. Ideal pollinators are: Grenadier, Sunset, Cox, Jester, Redsleeves, Spartan, Howgate, Fiesta and Greensleeves. Superb on rootstock M27. All our Bramley Trees are now propagated only from the recently authenticated 'original' Bramley for the most genuine trueto-
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