Ellisons Orange Apple Trees
Malus domestica Ellisons Orange
Ellisons Orange apples produce regular crops which are flushed with red. They have a wonderful juiciness with an undertone of aniseed and are a delightful dessert apple.
This is an old apple - introduced in 1904 and are ideal for colder areas and frost pockets where it makes a very good substitute for Cox's Orange Pippin.
Ellisons Orange is a late flowering self-fertile apple; it will carry fruit unaided, but always crops better in the company of a pollinator, when both will fruit well. To see a list of suitable partners take a quick look at our Guide to Fruit Pollination and for more information on fruit tree pollination in general. Keeps until October.
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