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Apple Trees for Sale

Apple Trees for Sale

Malus domestica, the humble apple tree, is probably more widely planted by gardeners than any other tree in the UK. It grows in most soils, bog and chalk being the main exceptions and crops well at altitudes up to 600-800 feet (and higher depending on position). There are also varieties that do well in the most severe frost pockets. Add into the mix the range of apple tastes and textures. And then consider that apple trees can be kept as short as 30-40 cms tall (stepovers) and less than 40 cms wide (cordons) and it becomes clear not only that there is a variety for practically every garden, but also why they are so popular - definitely the most widely asked about of our range of fruit trees for sale.

  • Uses: Eating, cooking, juicing and cider apple production
  • Good Points: Huge variety of tree, shape, blossom, cropping time
  • Position: Grow almost anywhere below 600 feet above sea level, where there is drainage and light

Apple FAQ's

There is more detailed information in the advice section of this site, but here are some concise answers to the questions most usually asked about apples:

Can I grow apples in my garden?

The answer is probably yes, but the things you should consider include:

  • Altitude - under 600 feet is definitely OK.
  • Frost pocket - we have a list of apples that are fine in cold spots
  • Soil type - light soils may need improving while heavier soils are fine. Drainage should be adequate.
  • Wind - apples are pollinated by insects all of which struggle in windy spots. No bees around means no pollination.
  • Light - no fruit tree likes to be in the shade. Apples need the sun to ripen well.
  • Size - there is almost certainly a form to suit your garden. To choose between them have a look at our guide to fruit tree shapes

Apple tree varieties - Which do I choose?

We sell over 100 different UK apple varieties so a recommendation is hard. But here are factors to take into account when deciding. They all apply pretty much equally irrespective of whether you are looking for eaters, cookers, juicers, ciders or multi-purpose apples:

  • Taste: Pretty obvious really, but the considerations are sweetness and acidity. A fresh Golden Delicious (not to be confused with shop-bought) is like honey, while a good Cox (or Sunset which is just about indistinguishable and easier to grow) has a tartness that could make you think you are eating a different fruit entirely.
  • Texture: Crunchy? Go for Spartan or softer and juicier like Ellison's Orange
  • Size: A children's apple? Pitmaston Pineapple perhaps. Or an apple for two such as Howgate Wonder?
  • Season: Discovery ripens as early as any apple - around the end of August. Winter Gem is not ready until the end of October. 
  • Use: Eater, cooker, juicer or all three? There are a very few that do all that and even make passable (sweet) cider. James Grieve is the stand out all-purpose apple.
  • Colour: I know, it ought to be in the taste and texture, but some people just won't eat a green or yellow apple...
  • Pollination: Have a quick look at the note on pollination below.

When is the best time to plant apple trees?

One of the fiercest debates in the gardening world is about the best time to plant a tree. Learned papers on the subject are published regularly...

  • Planting Early: Essentially the argument is there is a benefit in getting the roots into the ground early and allowing them to develop through the winter when temperatures rise which happens with regularity even in January. As a result, the tree will have better access to water and nutrient when it comes into growth in Spring.
  • Mid Season Planting: Proponents believe that trees are fully dormant between December and March and so suffer less stress/disturbance when they are transplanted.
  • Planting Late: Well, the ground is warming from March onwards and plants establish faster in warm soils. This is true, but good watering is essential in dry weather.

Honestly? Prepare the ground well, plant your tree with care and attention to detail (watch our video), use Rootgrow, water well until it is established and you can plant at any time between October and early April.

Growing apples - What do I do?

A well-planted tree, in a suitable spot only needs pruning - we have a series of pruning videos you can watch - and a little watchful care. The key things to do are mainly preventative. Use winter wash (which is organic) when the leaves have come off to kill overwintering insect eggs. Apply grease or grease bands (both made from vegetable oils) to stop wingless female moths climbing into your tree to lay eggs. After pruning and leaf-fall, rake up the litter under the tree and burn or destroy it. Do NOT compost it. Keep a circle around the trunk of every fruit tree - not just apples - free of any vegetation including grass. Mulch every spring. Water well as the fruit is forming if it is dry. Just do these things, and you should have a healthy, productive tree.

Dwarf Apple Trees - Are they a good idea

There are two kinds of dwarf tree. The one which you prune to make a small tree - a cordon would be an example and the one that is small because that is its nature. We can help you with the first as small fruit trees such as stepovers, cordons, espaliers and so on are all "made" from maidens - 1-year-old trees - which if pruned differently can grow up to 4-5 metres tall. The second type, the naturally small apple tree has its size determined by its rootstock - see below - and we do not sell trees on dwarfing rootstocks. They are more difficult to grow well and they will require support for the entirety of their lives - fine if grown against a wall but a pain if they are freestanding. 

How big a crop will I get?

How long is a piece of string? On a like for like basis crop size is determined by three things:

  • Quality of cultivation: This is simple. A well grown, well-tended Arthur Turner cooking apple tree will produce a much larger crop than a neglected one.
  • Apple variety. Some varieties crop much more than others. Bramley apples don't taste the same as Lord Derby, but they carry 50% more by weight.
  • Tree form. A half standard will have a crop several times larger than a cordon of the same variety.

So a mature half-standard will produce between 100-250 kgs of apples. A cordon will only manage about a 20-25% of that. But it takes up far less space.

Apple Tree Pollination - HELP!!!

To crop well - or at all in some cases - apple trees need a compatible "mate". To help you find suitable partners, apples are divided into pollination groups (A-F). As long as the tree has fertile pollen (a Bramley does not for example) any tree in one letter group will pollinate and be pollinated by any other tree in that group or one of the adjacent groups. So an apple in Group B can be pollinated by another apple in Group B but also by apples in Groups A and C, being adjacent letters). Confused? Have a look at our interactive Pollination Checker.

What is an apple rootstock and why does it matter?

All the apples we sell are grafted on British grown rootstocks. So the roots of the tree you buy are from one plant and the bit above ground is from another. The two were "grafted" together before you bought them and you will see the join just above soil level. As a bigger car engine makes the car it is in go faster, so a bigger rootstock makes the apple variety that it "powers" grow larger. An Ashmead's Kernel (great all round apple by the way) on a big rootstock will grow to 8 metres while the same variety on a dwarfing rootstock may struggle to reach 2 metres. The fruit is the same, the size of the tree is different. You can see a much more detailed note and a graphic on rootstocks here. Most of our apples are on either MM106 rootstocks - we will let you know on the product page if not. 

Discovery Apples

Apple Trees for Sale

You can buy Apple Trees in a huge range of varieties and sizes to suit every purpose and pocket. Please remember that if you want espaliers, cordons or stepovers you will need to start with a maiden.

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  1. Malus domestica Adam's Pearmain
    • Eating: Crisp, sharp.
    • Partial Tip bearer.
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator.
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Crops in October. Stores till March.
    From £13.95

    • Eating and Cooking: Striped Bitter-sweet flavour
    • Spur bearer
    • Partially self-fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October. Stores well.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  2. Malus domestica Annie Elizabeth
    • Cooking: Keeps shape after cooking.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Partially self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group E
    • Crops in October. Stores till April.
    From £13.95

  3. Malus domestica Arthur Turner
    • Cooking: Bakes to a tangy puree.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers).
    • Partially self fertile.
    • Pollinator.
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Crops from Aug-Nov.
    From £13.95

  4. Malus domestica Ashmeads Kernel
    • Eating: Firm, juicy, citrus-sharp. Suitable for cooking & cider.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Triploid
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in October. Stores till Feb
    From £13.95

  5. Malus domestica Ashton Brown Jersey
    • Cider: Vintage. Bittersweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group F
    • Crops in November.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  6. Malus domestica Ballerina Flamenco
    • Eating: Crisp.
    • Spur bearer. Column shaped tree.
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Mid-October. Stores till December.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  7. Malus domestica Ballerina Samba
    • Eater: Red. Small. Crisp Texture.
    • Spur Bearer
    • Pollinator
    • Not Self Fertile
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: October. Stores 2 - 3 weeks
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  8. Malus domestica Bardsey Island
    • Eating: Crisp, hint of citrus. Also cooks well.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B
    • Crops in Late September.
    From £13.95

    • Eating: First fruit are sharp, later fruit are sweeter. Soft, dry texture.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Late July / Early August. Doesn't store well.
    From £13.95

  9. Malus domestica Black Dabinett

    • Cider Apple: Vintage. Medium Bittersweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self-fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in November.
    From £13.95

  10. Malus domestica Blenheim Orange
    • Eating: Sweet & nutty, crumbly texture. Good for cooking.
    • Partial Tip bearer
    • Not self fertile
    • Not pollinator (Triploid)
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Late September. Stores till November.
    From £13.95

  11. Malus domestica Bloody Ploughman
    • Eating: Mild sweetness. Crisp & juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in September. Stores till November.
    From £13.95

  12. Malus domestica Bountiful
    • Cooking: Sweet. Keeps shape after cooking. Also eaten fresh
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group A
    • Crops in Late September. Stores till November.
    From £13.95

  13. Malus domestica Braeburn
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp, crisp, & juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group E
    • Crops in Late Oct. Stores till March.
    From £13.95

  14. Malus domestica Bramley

    • Cooking: Bakes to a soft puree. Tangy sweet-sharp flavour.
    • Partial Tip bearer.
    • Not self-fertile.
    • Not pollinator (Triploid).
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Crops in early Oct. Stores till March.
    • RHS AGM
    From £13.95

  15. Family Apple Tree - 12 lt pot

    • NO LONGER SOLD
    From £31.95

    NO LONGER SOLD

  16. Malus domestica Bright Future
    • Fruit: Dessert. Orange - red.
    • Sweet Acid flavour. Crisp texture.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores until January.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  17. Malus domestica Broadholme Beauty
    • Fruit: Eating and cooking. Orange-red flush.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: September - December.
    • Stores well.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  18. Malus domestica Browns Apple
    • Cider: Vintage quality. Sharp. Also decent for cooking.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group E
    • Crops in Late Oct-Early Nov.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  19. Malus domestica Catshead
    • Cooking: Bakes to a medium-firm puree.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Not pollinator (Triploid)
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Early October. Stores till January.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  20. Malus domestica Charles Ross
    • Eating: Medium sweet, firm & juicy. Also used for cooking and sharp cider juice.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Partially self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Sept.
    From £13.95

  21. Malus domestica Chivers Delight
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp crisp, juicy. Older fruit are good for stewing
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Mid-October. Stores till Jan
    From £13.95

  22. Malus domestica Christmas Pearmain
    • Eating: Sweet, crisp, juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator.
    • Pollination Group B
    • Crops in Early Oct. Stores till Jan.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  23. Malus domestica Christmas Pippin
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp, crisp but melting, juicy. Excellent.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not Self fertile.
    • Pollinator.
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops during Oct. Stores till Jan.
    From £13.95

  24. Malus domestica Cobra
    • Cooking apple. Good for eating when well ripe.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops from September. Stores till December
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  25. Malus domestica Cornish Aromatic
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp. Firm, dry texture.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Mid-October. Stores till February.
    From £13.95

  26. Malus domestica Court of Wick
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp. Crisp, very juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Late September. Stores till December.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  27. Malus domestica Court Pendu Plat
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp. Excellent flavour. Firm.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group G
    • Crops in Late October. Stores till January.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Eating: Supreme flavour. Quite soft flesh, very juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Late Sept / Early Oct.
    From £13.95

  28. Malus domestica Crawley Beauty
    • Cooking: Bakes to a soft puree. Can be eaten fresh after storage.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group H
    • Crops in Mid-Oct. Stores till Feb.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  29. Malus domestica Crispin
    • Eating, cooking & good for juicing & cider.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Not pollinator (Triploid)
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Mid-October. Stores till March.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  30. Malus domestica Discovery
    • Eating: Sweet, crisp, hint of strawberry.
    • Partial Tip bearer. (Can be used for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in Late August.
    From £13.95

  31. Malus domestica Dunkertons Late
    • Cider: Sweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Early November.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  32. Malus domestica Early Victoria
    • Cooking: Bakes to a fluffy puree. Mildly sweet flavour.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Partially self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in August. Stores till end of Sept
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5 m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Partially Self Fertile
    • Picking: late Sept/Oct
    • Apple colour: Green/gold/russeted
    • Pollination: Group B
    • Storage: up to 2 months
    From £13.95

  33. Malus domestica Ellisons Orange
    • Eating: Melting flesh aniseed flavour.
    • Partial tip bearer (Suitable for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination group D
    • Crops September
    From £13.95

  34. Malus domestica Fair Maid of Devon
    • Cider: Full Sharp Vintage.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in August/September.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  35. Malus domestica Fiesta
    • Eating: Cox like flavour.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in September.
    • Stores into New Year
    From £13.95

  36. Malus domestica Fillbarrell
    • Cider: Mild bitter-sweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in October.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  37. Fortune
    • Eating
    • Partially Self Fertile
    • Pollination Group: C
    • Crops Sept - Oct.
    • Spur bearer.
    From £13.95

  38. Foxwhelp
    • Cider: Bittersharp
    • Self Sterile
    • Pollination Group: B
    • Crops in September.
    • Spur bearer.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  39. Malus domestica Frederick
    • Cooking. Cider: Vintage. Full Sharp.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers).
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Mid-October.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  40. Malus domestica Golden Delicious
    • Eating: Sweet and juicy.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in October.
    • Stores well
    From £13.95

  41. Malus domestica Greensleeves
    • Eating and Juicing: medium sharp flavour.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B
    • Crops in August/September.
    From £13.95

  42. Malus domestica Grenadier
    • Cooking: Bakes to a fluffy puree.
    • Partial tip bearer (Suitable for cordons & espaliers)
    • Partially self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C
    • Crops in mid August.
    From £13.95

  43. Malus domestica Hangy Down

    • Cider: Mild bitter sweet.
    • Spur bearer.
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group E
    • Crops in Mid-October
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  44. Harry Masters Jersey
    • Cider. Bittersweet, vintage.
    • Self Sterile.
    • Pollination Group: D
    • Crops in Oct/Nov.
    • Tip bearer.
    From £13.95

  45. Picking Oct/Nov. Pollination group Malus domestica Hereford tedstreak
    • Fruit: Cider: Mild bitter sweet.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October/November.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  46. Malus domestica herefordshire Russet
    • Eating; Aromatic Cox taste
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores till January.
    From £13.95

    • Height:
    • Colour: red/green
    • Use: cooking, cider, eating
    • Pruning: spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self fertile, group D
    • Picking: October.
    • Storage: Until February
    • Apple colour: Red/Green
    From £13.95

  47. Malus domestica Improved Lambrook Pippin
    • Cooking & Cider (mild sharp).
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group H
    • Crops in Late October.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: eating
    • Pruning: partial tip bearer
    • Pollination: Not self fertile
    • Pollination: group B
    • Picking:July/August.
    • Apple colour: orange/red over green
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 2-4.5m
    • Use: Multipurpose
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self fertile
    • Pollination: Group C
    • Picking: September.
    • Apple colour: green / red
    From £13.95

    • Height:
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Needs pollinating
    • Picking: October
    • Apple colour: green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £13.95

    • Height:to 4.5m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Needs pollinating
    • Picking: October
    • Apple colour: green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £13.95

  48. Katy
    • Eating: Sweet Sharp and extra juicy
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September.
    • Stores 1 week
    From £13.95

  49. Malus domestica Keswick Codling
    • Eating and cooking. Sharp flavoured apple - good with cheese
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: August/September.
    From £13.95

  50. Kidd's Orange Red
    • Eating apple and juicer. Sweet-sharp flavour
    • RHS award of garden merit
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: Mid October.
    • Stores until new year.
    From £13.95

  51. Malus domestica King of the Pippins
    • Eating/Cooking/Cider. Crunchy and juicy
    • Spur bearer
    • Partially self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months
    From £13.95

  52. Malus domestica Kingston Black
    • Cider: Bittersharp vintage.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: November.
    From £13.95

  53. Malus domestica Lanes Prince Albert
    • Cooking: Large and sharp cooks to a puree.
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months
    From £13.95

    • Height:to 4.5m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Partially self-fertile
    • Picking: October - January
    • Apple colour: green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £13.95

  54. Malus domestica Limelight
    • Eating: Crisp, sharp and juicy.
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September - November.
    • Stores 1 - 2 weeks.
    From £13.95

  55. Malus domestica Lord Derby
    • Cooking: Sharp tasting keeps its shape when cooked.
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September - December.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

    • Height:to 4.5m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Partial tip bearer
    • Pollination: Partially self-fertile
    • Picking: September
    • Apple colour: orangey green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group C
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: Cider - Bittersweet
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self sterile
    • Picking: Sept- Oct
    • Apple colour: yellow/red
    • Pollination Group: Group E
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  56. Malus domestica Medaille d'Or
    • Cider: Bitter Sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group H.
    • Harvesting: November.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: Cider
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Partially self fertile
    • Picking: Oct-Nov
    • Apple colour: Green
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: Cider
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Sterile
    • Picking: Sept-Oct
    • Apple colour: Yellow/Green
    • Pollination Group: Group B/C
    From £13.95

  57. Malus domestica Newton Wonder
    • Cooking: Sharp taste, cooks to a puree
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 3 - 4 months.
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: Cooking
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Sterile Group D
    • Picking: Oct
    • Apple colour: Yellow/Green
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5m
    • Use: Eating/cider
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self Sterile
    • Picking: mid-Oct
    • Apple colour: Red
    • Pollination Group: Group E
    From £13.95

  58. Malus domestica Peasgood Nonsuch
    • Eating and Cooking: Sweet and sharp good for purees
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: September
    • Stores 2 - 3 weeks
    From £13.95

  59. Malus domestica Pitmaston Pineapple
    • Eating: Distinct pineapple flavour
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  60. Malus domestica Red Falstaff

    • Eating & juicer: Medium sharp and fruity
    • Partial tip bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October/November
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

  61. Malus domestica Red Pixie
    • Eating: Cox like flavour
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: Mid October.
    • Stores 3 months.
    From £13.95

  62. Malus domestica Red Windsor

    • Eating: Sweet tasting
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: Mid September
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 4m
    • Use: Cooking
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self Fertile
    • Picking: late August
    • Apple colour: Yellow/Green
    • Pollination Group: Group B
    From £13.95

    • Height: to 4m
    • Use: Eating/Cooking/Cider
    • Flavour: Sharp, Intense
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self Sterile
    • Picking: late September
    • Apple colour: Red flush
    • Pollination Group: Group C
    From £13.95

  63. Malus domestica Rosemary Russet
    • Eating: Juicy, sharp and crisp
    • Spur bearer
    • Self Sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: Mid October.
    • Stores 5 months.
    From £13.95

  64. Malus domestica Rosette
    • Eating: Sweet and crisp
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: August.
    • Stores 1 week.
    From £13.95

  65. Malus domestica Saturn
    • Eating: Firm Sweet but not sugary
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: Mid October.
    • Stores: Less than 4 weeks
    From £13.95

  66. Malus domestica Scotch Bridget
    • Cooking: Sharp and Rich tasting
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

  67. Malus domestica Scrumptious
    • Eating: Sweet-sharp pink flushed flesh
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: September - October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 weeks
    From £13.95

  68. Malus domestica Slack ma Girdle
    • Cider: Full Sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: August - September.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  69. Malus domestica Somerset Redstreak
    • Cider: Mild bitter-sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October - November.
    • Stores 1 month.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  70. Malus domestica Sops in Wine
    • Eating for Cider: Full Sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: August - October.
    • Stores 1 month.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5 m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self Fertile
    • Picking: Oct
    • Apple colour: Red
    • Pollination: Group C
    From £13.95

  71. Malus domestica Stoke Red
    • Cider: Bitter-Sharp vintage
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group G.
    • Harvesting: October.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  72. Malus domestica Sunset
    • Eating: Similar to Cox
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: September
    • Stores 2 - 3 weeks
    From £13.95

  73. Malus domestica Sweet Alford
    • Cider: Bitter-sweet Vintage
    • Tip bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October - November.
    • Stores 1 month.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  74. Malus domestica Sweet Coppin
    • Cider: Full sweet Vintage
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October - November.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  75. Malus domestica Taunton Cross
    • Eating & Cider: Sweet-Sharp
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September.
    • Stores 2 - 3 months.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  76. Malus domestica Tickled Pink
    • Eating, Cooking & Juicing: Mild tart flavour
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: September - October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 weeks.
    From £13.95

  77. Malus domestica Tom Putt
    • Cooking & Cider: Large full sharp, sweetens when cooked
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: September.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months
    From £13.95

  78. Malus domestica Tremletts Bitter
    • Cider: Full Bitter-Sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group B.
    • Harvesting: October.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  79. Malus domestica Tydemans Late Orange
    • Eating: Tangy and Sweet
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

  80. Malus domestica Winter Banana
    • Eating,Juicing & Cider: Sweet and juicy flesh
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores 1 - 2 months.
    From £13.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: to 4.5 m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self Sterile
    • Picking: Oct
    • Apple colour: Red/Green
    • Pollination: Group D
    • Storage: 2 months
    From £13.95

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