Dunkertons Late Apple Trees

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Misc Pollinator, Spur Fruiting
Pollination Group Pollination Group D
Fruiting Late Season
Type Cider / Perry

Malus domestica Dunkertons Late

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Dunkertons Late Cider Apple Trees

The Dunkertons Late apple tree produces a late season cider apple.

Browse our full range of apple trees for sale or see the full variety of fruit trees available online.

Characteristics of Dunkertons Late Trees:

  • Use: Cider. Sweet.
  • Spur Bearer: suitable for cordons & espaliers, trained on wires.
  • Tree's growth habit: Average vigour.
  • Harvest: Early November.
  • Cider apples should be pressed for their juice as quickly as possible.

General description of Dunkertons Late:

This sweet cider apple makes a light, fruit brew by itself, almost good enough to qualify for vintage status. Adding a few other types of apple will round out the flavour and give it more body. These fruit are green when they are young, turning slightly yellow (occasionally with a touch of red, if the winter is sunny) when they are ripe.

Rootstocks:
All of our Dunkertons Late trees are grown on MM106 rootstocks.

Pollination Partners for Dunkertons Late:.
Your trees are self sterile and their flowers must be pollinated to make fruit.
Dunkertons Late is in pollination Group D.
This means that they will cross-pollinate with other apple trees in pollination Groups C, D and E.

See our Guide to Apple Tree Pollination for a full list of partners & more tips about pollination.

Dunkertons Late Disease notes:
Disease resistance: Scab

History & Parentage:
This Somerset apple was found by Mr Dunkerton in his orchard in Baltonsborough, during the 1940's.

How Apple Trees are Measured & Delivered:
Our fruit trees are delivered in up to 3 shapes and you can also buy selected apple trees as ready made cordons.
Maiden: This unbranched tree is the smallest starting size. You can train maidens into espaliers and cordons.
Cordon: Dunkertons Late trees are spur-bearers, so they can be made into cordons and espaliers.
Bush: This is a style of freestanding tree with a short trunk of about 60cms. It will grow to about 3 metres tall.
Half-Standard: This is a freestanding style that will grow into a full sized, "normal" apple tree, about 4 metres tall.

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