Apple Trees for the North & Scotland - Extra Hardy

posted this on 18 Jul 2016

Apple Tree Varieties Suitable for Frost Pockets in Scotland & the North extra hardy

All of these apple trees are tough as nails. Not only will they crop well in the North and Scotland, they also have frost-resistant flowers.

List of Apple Trees Suitable for the North & Scotland
NameTypeHarvestPollination GroupNotes
Court Pendu Plat Eating Late G Flowers Very Late
Discovery Eating Early C Frost Hardy Flowers
Egremont Russet Eating Main B Frost Hardy Flowers
Ellison's Orange Eating Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Fiesta Eating Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Greensleeves Eating Main B Frost Hardy Flowers
James Grieve Cook/Eat Early C Frost Hardy Flowers
Laxton's Superb Eating Late D Frost Hardy Flowers
Lord Derby Cooking Main D Frost Hardy Flowers
Newton Wonder Cooking Late D Frost Hardy Flowers
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
Categories: Fruit Tree Advice
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