Ballerina Flamenco Apple Trees

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Misc Pollinator, Spur Fruiting
Pollination Group Pollination Group C
Fruiting Mid Season Fruiting
Type Eating

Malus domestica Ballerina Flamenco

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Ballerina Flamenco Apple Trees

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The Ballerina Flamenco apple tree produces late season eating apples on a very narrow, columnar tree.

Browse our full range of apple trees for sale, see the full variety of fruit trees available online or read our guide to buying the right apple tree.

Characteristics of Ballerina Flamenco Trees:

  • Use: Eating. Crisp, tangy.
  • Spur Bearer: suitable for cordons & espaliers, trained on wires.
  • Tree's growth habit: Weak vigour. Fastigiate, column form.
  • Harvest: Mid October
  • Store & ripen in a cool, dry place: Until December.

General description of Ballerina Flamenco:

Ballerina apple trees are exceptionally upright and narrow, typically 60-100cms wide when mature. They grow as a pole with almost no side branches: the fruiting spurs come directly off the main trunk on stubbly little mini-branches. They are very suitable for growing in a large pot, although they aren't really a dwarf tree: they should grow to about 3 to 3.5 metres. The fruit are crisp, juicy and sweet with a touch of acidity.
Ballerina apple trees are great for use as architectural elements in a garden design and make decent screening when they are planted close together in rows. The flowers are pretty, with a hint of pink across the white petals.

All of our Ballerina Flamenco trees are grown on MM106 rootstocks.

Pollination Partners for Ballerina Flamenco:
Your trees are self sterile and their flowers must be pollinated to make fruit.
Ballerina Flamenco is in pollination Group C.
This means that they will cross-pollinate with other apple trees in pollination Groups B, C and D.

See our Guide to Apple Tree Pollination for a full list of partners & more tips about pollination.

Ballerina Flamenco Disease notes:
Although we don't have details for you, we can say that these trees are not suitable for organic growing.

History & Parentage:
This tree was developed in Britain from a Canadian tree called McIntosh Wijick. It is also known as 'Ballerina Obelisk" or "Stark Crimson Spire".

How Apple Trees are Measured & Delivered:
Our fruit trees are delivered in up to 3 shapes and you can also buy selected apple trees as ready made cordons.
Maiden: This unbranched tree is the smallest starting size. You can train maidens into espaliers and cordons.
Cordon: Ballerina Flamenco trees are spur-bearers, so they can be made into cordons and espaliers.
Bush: This is a style of freestanding tree with a short trunk of about 60cms. It will grow to about 3 metres tall.
Half-Standard: This is a freestanding style that will grow into a full sized, "normal" apple tree, about 4 metres tall.

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Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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