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Old Traditional Apples
Two year old, Well branched
Due to popular demand we now have available Old Traditional Varieties on large rootstocks on MM106 or M26. The following varieties are available as two year old well feathered trees and are supplied with a coloured label and plant passport.
Planting Distances 6 – 9 ft
A very popular early sweet dessert apple
Most popular cooker, heavy cropper of extra large fleshy juicy fruit.
Excellent very early dessert apple
The most popular russet, sweet, firm aromatic
Excellent garden apple crisp tangy and easy to grow
Large yellow striped red cooker compact grower
Deservedly popular excellent flavour and reliable cropper
Chosen for its beautiful fruit. This eater/baker does well in a limey soil.
This is an easy to grow, hardy dessert apple. Very juicy.
Fruits yellow/red sweet and juicy. Keeps well
A reliable cropper. Bright striped fruit, moderately sweet, aromatic
Popular eater with sweet dark red crisp fruit. Easy to grow
A reliable cropper of delicious orangey red fruit
Early variety regular heavy cropper. Fruit is juicy and refreshing
Similar to Cox’s, with large fruit which store very well, A late flowerer.
A good pollinator for other varieties and a heavy yielder.
This good keeper needs a long hot summer to perform well
Superb flavour and so widely used for commercial use. Heavy cropper
A late dessert apple. Hardy, easy to grow.
An early cooker. A compact tree that crops heavy.
A good dessert pollinator for other varieties with good storage quality.
Most popular variety, juicy, crisp with superb flavour.
A coxs orange style apple, bred in Denmark. A traditional and popular variety in Northern Eutope. The flesh is fairly soft and the flaour is quiet bland and light.
A full red apple that ripens in the late summer. Crisp apple with good flaour. This tree is easy to grow.
An American apple. Medium sized with dark intense crimson colour.
A golden colour flesh which is crisp white and juicy. A good eater but can also be used for cooking.