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Apple Trees on M9 Root’s Stock
Two year old trees, well feathered, ready to go. Grown by top European propagators and are 30% more fertile. Trees will flower in its first year and will fruit if conditions are right. Apple trees are selected by professional growers on colour, suitability, disease resistance, yields etc. Trees can be planted 3 ft. apart making them suitable for small gardens and commercial growers.
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(Two year old tree) A modern eating apple developed in Switzerland, which is a cross between Idared and Maigold and Elstar. This apple has great keeping quality similar to Idared and comes on a M9 rootstock.
(Two year old tree) This variety is coming from Holland, Europe\\\'s Pink Lady equivalent. Pink lady needs a lot of heat and sunlight to come to their right quality.
A Red Elswout/Elstar cross. Medium to large fruit with a deep red solid flush. Two weeks earlier than Elstar and similar in terms of taste. Can be harvested in two pickings. It is more or less self-fertile. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A delicious top quality dessert apple, strong, with good display and shelf life. Firm, crisp and very juicy flesh with a pleasantly fresh and fine taste. Numerous prizes have been won worldwide for taste, storage and its bright red colour. This variety is a triploid and needs two other varieties to pollinate it. Available on M9 rootstocks.
By far the most popular cooking apple. It produces heavy crops of extra large fruit with creamy flesh which is juicy and full of flavour. This variety is a triploid which requires pollination partners. Harvesting time mid-October. Available on M9 rootstocks.
Excellent taste, dark red in colour with aromatic white flesh. Very early mid August to mid September. Good pollen, self fertile, very productive. Best early variety. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A self-fertile tree which produces dark red fruit with white flesh. This is a very fertile good universal pollinator, with a long flowering period and good pollen. It is also used as an overall pollinator with 6%-10% spread amongst the main varieties. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A golden delicious, cox’s orange cross. A most popular alternative to its two parents with less problems. A medium sized fruit with red stripes to pale shading with a yellow background. Early mid-season flowering. Picked end of October. Super flavour. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A variety praised for its shiny red skin and crisp, sweet flesh. Crops are heavy but should be thinned early to avoid a lot of small apples. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A variety which produces fairly large fruit with nice bright red blushing on yellow background. It has an excellent taste with milk white flesh. Harvesting time mid-October. Self-fertile. Very good pollinator for other varieties. Available on M9 rootstocks.
This variety is a triploid and produces best when cross pollinated with two other varieties. Red on a yellow green background, an excellent balance of sharpness and sweetness. Large fruit. Harvest time late September/mid October. Available on M9 and M27 rootstocks.
A European cooker, earlier than Bramley, which has become popular in Ireland in the past few years. Regular fruiter of large fruit. Available on M27-M9 rootstocks.
A popular variety because of its superb flavour but it needs good soil. A golden apple flushed with orange/red and patches of brown russet. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A good choice for a bad site. A hardy variety which crops well and regularly. It is a medium sized dessert apple, yellow in appearance with speckles and stripes and an orange skin. Available on M9 rootstocks.
A fine eating apple, and sometimes used as an early cooker as well. It is a heavy cropper with good keeping qualities. The apple is medium size with a green skin. Available on M9 rootstocks.
An early variety with beautiful firm flesh. It has slow growth and needs to be on at least M9 rootstocks. Dessert apple with abright crimson skin.
(Two year old tree) Bred in Italy in the late 1980s. A cross between Gala and Elstar. Growing well in Kent England. It has a red crunchy sweet flavour. Ticks all the boxs, on a M9 rootstock.
(Two year old tree) Bred in the Netherlands with Elstar in the pedigree. Good quality fruit, a dark red apple on a yellow green background. This variety boasts of a good resistance to disease, on a M9 rootstock.
Twin Apple Trees Golden Delicious x Cox Orange Pippin Golden Pearmain x Jonagold Elstar x Golden Delicious Trio Apple Trees Elstar x Laxton Superb x Jonagold
Another modern disease resistant apple from Czech Republic. Related to Golden Delicious and Topaz. Fruit is yellowish golden with good flavour. Also available in larger root stocks.
A good storage red apple with Elstar one of its parents. A good aromatic apple.
Exceptionally early orange/red summer apple with a crisp and juicy texture.
An early season red summer apple with a fresh respberry flavour. The pink and red flesh is used in fruit salads and for making a beautiful pink juice.
A deep red sweet apple. Unusually for a modern commercial apple Red Prince arose the old-fashioned way, discovered growing as a chance seedling in an orcard in 1994.