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    • Height: up to 1.7 m
    • Width: up to 1.5 m
    • Colour: peachy pink
    • Shape of flower: cupped, rosette
    • Size of flower: large
    • Scent: strong
    • Flowering: repeat through summer
    • Group: English Shrub rose
    • RHS AGM
    From £12.65

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    • Height: 1m
    • Colour: Mid-yellow
    • Shape: Full Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Repeat
    • Type: Floribunda
    From £5.65

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  1. Aconite (Eranthis hyemalis) bulbs in the green From £6.49

    • Height: 4.5m
    • Colour: Powder pink
    • Shape: Small, semi-double flowers
    • Scent: Light
    • Flowering period: Once in summer
    • Type: Rambling
    From £5.65

    Out of Stock

    • Height: 6m
    • Colour: Creamy-white
    • Shape: Full Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Once in summer
    • Type: Rambler
    From £7.05

    Out of Stock

    • Height: 6m
    • Colour: Pink
    • Shape: Full Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Once in summer
    • Type: Rambler
    From £6.65

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  2. Everbearing Strawberry
    • Good crop size.
    • Sweet flavour.
    • Very disease resistant.
    • Crops all summer.
    From £0.69

    Out of Stock

  3. Alnus Glutinosa - 40-120cms Saplings
    • Native tree. Grows v. fast. Loves wet sites. Adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards.
    • Rough hedging. Good tall screening.
    • Max. Height: 20m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £0.52

  4. Alnus Glutinosa - 6/8 & 8/10 Standards
    • Native tree. Grows v. fast. Loves wet sites & poor soil. Full sun. Adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards.
    • Good tall screening.
    • Max. Height: 20m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £25.95

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  5. Alnus incana Aurea 6/8 & 8/10 Standards
    • Same as Alnus incana, with yellow leaves & pink catkins in spring.
    • Sizes: Standards only.
    • Ideal for very poor soils, suckers heavily.
    • Max. Height: 20m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £35.95

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  6. Alnus incana - 40-120cms Saplings
    • Native tree. Grows v. fast. Loves wet sites. Adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards
    • Rough hedging. Good tall screening.
    • Max. Height: 20m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £0.79

  7. Alnus incana - 6/8 & 8/10 Standards
    • Native tree, grows v. fast, loves wet sites, adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Big Standards
    • Ideal for very poor soils, suckers heavily
    • Max. Height: 20m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £25.95

  8. Alnus cordata - 40-250cms Saplings
    • European tree, grows v. fast, loves wet sites but happy in drier places, adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Standards
    • Best alder for hedges.
    • Max. Height: 30m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £1.09

  9. Alnus cordata - 6/8 & 8/10 Standards
    • European tree. Grows v. fast. Likes wet sites. Adds nitrogen to soil.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Standards
    • Best alder for dry soil. Lush, dark leaves.
    • Max. Height: 30m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £25.95

    Out of Stock

  10. Alnus rubra - 60-80cms Saplings
    • American tree. Grows v. fast. Loves wet sites. Adds nitrogen to soil, big catkins.
    • Sizes: Saplings & Standards
    • Rough hedging. Good tall screening.
    • Max. Height: 20+m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £1.50

  11. Alnus rubra - 6/8 & 8/10 Standards
    • American tree, grows v. fast, loves wet sites, adds nitrogen to soil, big catkins.
    • Saplings & Standards.
    • Big red catkins, early pollen for bees.
    • Max. Height: 20+m
    • Bareroot Delivery Only: Nov-Mar.
    From £35.95

    Out of Stock

    • Height: 1.2m
    • Colour: Red
    • Shape: Full Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Repeat
    • Type: Hybrid Tea
    From £5.65

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    • Height: 1m
    • Colour: Soft Pink
    • Shape: Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Repeat
    • Type: Shrub
    From £6.65

    Out of Stock

  12. Decorative Hedging - Packs of 50 Plants

    • 40-60 cms Bareroot Saplings
    • Leaves & flowers provide year round colour.
    • Attracts wildlife.
    • Ideal garden hedging.
    • Any well drained soil except chalk.
    • Bareroot Delivery: Nov-Mar
    From £57.95

    • Colour: Mauve/violet
    • Height: 60 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £5.49

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    • Colour: Silvery Lilac
    • Height: 30-40 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £6.99

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    • Colour: Purple
    • Height: 120-140 cms
    • Scent: Mild
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 18/20 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 x the bulb height
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £11.29

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    • Colour: White
    • Height: 70-80 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering:June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £5.49

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    • Colour: Purple
    • Height: 100 cms
    • Scent: Mild
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 x the bulb height
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £6.49

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    • Colour: Rich Purple
    • Height: 80-100 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £5.19

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    • Colour: Wine Red
    • Height: 90-100 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £7.49

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    • Colour: Creamy white
    • Height: 90 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May/June
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £4.99

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    • Colour: White
    • Height: 60-70 cms
    • Scent: Faint
    • Flowering: May-July
    • Bulb Size: 10/12 cms
    • Planting Depth: 4 times the height of the bulb
    • Planting Months: September - December
    From £8.29

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    • Height: 2-3m
    • Colour: Pink
    • Shape: Double
    • Scent: Strong
    • Flowering period: Repeat
    • Type: Small Climber
    From £6.65

    Out of Stock

  13. Prunus Amber Heart 

    • Eating.
    • Yellow flesh.
    • Self Sterile.
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Crops in July.
    • Bareroot Delivery: Nov-March
    From £12.95

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    • Height: 1m
    • Colour: Amber Gold
    • Shape: Multi-petalled Double flowers
    • Scent: Medium
    • Flowering period: Repeat
    • Repeat flowering
    From £5.65

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  14. Amelanchier lamarckii - 60-80cms Saplings
    • Small, upright & bushy.
    • Spring flowers & autumn colour.
    • Edible fruit.
    • Not suitable for chalk.
    • Can be used as hedging.
    • Max. Height 8 metres.
    • Bareroot delivery only: Nov-Mar
    From £1.05

  15. Amelanchier arborea 'Robin Hill'
    6-8 & 8-10 Standards
    • Small, upright & bushy.
    • Spring flowers & autumn colour.
    • Edible fruit.
    • Not suitable for chalk.
    • Max. Height 10 metres.
    • Bareroot delivery only: Nov-Mar
    From £39.95

    Out of Stock

  16. Amelanchier canadensis
    6-8 & 8-10 Standards
    • Small, upright & bushy.
    • Spring flowers & autumn colour.
    • Edible fruit.
    • Not suitable for chalk.
    • Max. Height 8 metres.
    • Bareroot delivery only: Nov-Apr
    From £39.95

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    • Height: 6m
    • Colour: Deep pink, white eye
    • Shape: Single
    • Scent: Light
    • Flowering period: Once in summer
    • Type: Rambler
    From £6.65

    Out of Stock

    • Colour: Pink
    • Shape: Fully-double
    • Scent: Good
    • Flower Period: Repeat
    • Type: Hybrid Tea
    • Height: 1m
    From £5.65

    Out of Stock

  17. 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 £12.95

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    • Eating and Cooking: Striped Bitter-sweet flavour
    • Spur bearer
    • Partially self-fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October. Stores well.
    From £12.95

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  18. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  19. 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 £12.95

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  20. 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 £12.95

  21. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  22. 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 £12.95

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  23. 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 £12.95

  24. 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 £12.95

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    • 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 £12.95

  25. Malus domestica Black Dabinett
    • Cider: Vintage. Medium Bittersweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in November.
    From £12.95

  26. 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 £12.95

  27. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  28. 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 £12.95

  29. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  30. 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.
    From £12.95

  31. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  32. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  33. 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 £12.95

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  34. 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 £12.95

  35. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  36. 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 £12.95

  37. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  38. 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 £12.95

  39. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  40. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  41. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  42. 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 £12.95

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    • 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 £12.95

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  43. 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 £12.95

  44. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  45. 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 £12.95

  46. Malus domestica Dunkertons Late
    • Cider: Sweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in Early November.
    From £12.95

  47. 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 £12.95

    • 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 £12.95

  48. 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 £12.95

  49. 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 £12.95

  50. 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 £12.95

  51. Malus domestica Fillbarrell
    • Cider: Mild bitter-sweet.
    • Spur bearer (Good for cordons & espaliers)
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D
    • Crops in October.
    From £12.95

    Out of Stock

  52. Fortune
    • Eating
    • Partially Self Fertile
    • Pollination Group: C
    • Crops Sept - Oct.
    • Spur bearer.
    From £12.95

  53. Foxwhelp
    • Cider: Bittersharp
    • Self Sterile
    • Pollination Group: B
    • Crops in September.
    • Spur bearer.
    From £12.95

    Out of Stock

  54. 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 £12.95

  55. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

  56. 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 £12.95

  57. 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 £12.95

  58. Malus domestica Hangy Down

    • Cider: Mild bitter sweet.
    • Spur bearer.
    • Not self fertile
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group E
    • Crops in Mid-October
    From £12.95

    Out of Stock

  59. Harry Masters Jersey
    • Cider. Bittersweet, vintage.
    • Self Sterile.
    • Pollination Group: D
    • Crops in Oct/Nov.
    • Tip bearer.
    From £12.95

  60. 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 £12.95

  61. Malus domestica herefordshire Russet
    • Eating; Aromatic Cox taste
    • Spur bearer
    • Self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group C.
    • Harvesting: October.
    • Stores till January.
    From £12.95

    • 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 £12.95

  62. 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 £12.95

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    • 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 £12.95

    • Height: to 2-4.5m
    • Use: Multipurpose
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Self fertile
    • Pollination: Group C
    • Picking: September.
    • Apple colour: green / red
    From £12.95

    • Height:
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Needs pollinating
    • Picking: October
    • Apple colour: green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £12.95

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    • Height:to 4.5m
    • Use: Eating
    • Pruning: Spur bearer
    • Pollination: Needs pollinating
    • Picking: October
    • Apple colour: green / red
    • Pollination Group: Group D
    From £12.95

  63. Katy
    • Eating: Sweet Sharp and extra juicy
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September.
    • Stores 1 week
    From £12.95

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  64. 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 £12.95

  65. 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 £12.95

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  66. 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 £12.95

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  67. Malus domestica Kingston Black
    • Cider: Bittersharp vintage.
    • Spur bearer
    • Not self fertile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: November.
    From £12.95

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  68. 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 £12.95

    Out of Stock

    • 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 £12.95

  69. Malus domestica Limelight
    • Eating: Crisp, sharp and juicy.
    • Spur bearer
    • Self sterile.
    • Pollinator
    • Pollination Group D.
    • Harvesting: September - November.
    • Stores 1 - 2 weeks.
    From £12.95

  70. 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 £12.95

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