Apple Trees for the North & Scotland

Apple Tree Varieties Suitable for Scotland & the North apple tree

This is a list of apple trees that will grow and crop well in the Northern & Scottish climate.

Not all of these trees have frost-resistant flowers.
If you live in an especially harsh frost pocket or cold pool valley, we recommend that you choose from this smaller list of cold hardy trees that also have frost-resistant flowers.

List of Apple Trees Suitable for the North & Scotland

NameTypeHarvestPollination GroupNotes
Arthur Turner Cooking Early C  
Ashmeads Kernel Eating Late D  
Beauty of Bath Eating Early C  
Blenheim Orange Cook/Eat Late D Triploid
Bloody Ploughman Eating Main D  
Charles Ross Cook/Eat Main C  
Court Pendu Plat Eating Late G  
Crispin Cook/Eat Late C  
Discovery Eating Early C Frost Hardy Flowers
Egremont Russet Eating Main B Frost Hardy Flowers
Ellison's Orange Eating Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Early Victoria Cooking Early C  
Fiesta Eating Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Greensleeves Eating Main B Frost Hardy Flowers
Grenadier Cooking Early C  
Howgate Wonder Cooking Late D  
Irish Peach Eating Early B  
James Grieve Cook/Eat Early C Frost Hardy Flowers
Jupiter Eating Main D Triploid
Keswick Codlin Cook/Eat Early B  
Lane's Prince Albert Cooking Late D  
Laxton's Superb Eating Late D Frost Hardy Flowers
Lord Derby Cooking Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Lord Lambourne Eating Main C  
Newton Wonder Cooking Late D Frost Hardy Flowers
Reverend W. Wilkes Cooking Early B  
Scotch Bridget Cooking Late C  
Spartan Eating Late D Frost Hardy Flowers
Sunset Eating Main C Frost Hardy Flowers
Tydemans Late Orange Eating Main D Frost Hardy Flowers (not suitable for very windy places)
Worcester Pearmain Eating Early C Frost Hardy Flowers
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