A heavy producer of large fruit, self fertile with red foilage in the autumn.
A commercial successful variety, with a real long fruiting season
These varieties will only grow to 20 inches and spread similarly. Ideal for small garden or growing in a pot in an acidic peat. Two late season varieties fruiting in August.
(for Jelly Making and pollination)
M9 Apple Trees
A self fertile, heavy cropping, red variety, crunch and juicy apple. A cross between James Grieve and Golden Delicious, a great juicing variety.
Milenga ( early Jonagold)
An early ripening Jonagold, picking 5 weeks earlier than normal Jonagold, should suit the Irish climate well, but time will tell.
Self Fertile Coxs
A popular self fertile Cox’s Orange Pippin, that still needs full sun and good soil conditions to grow in Ireland. A great favourite for gardeners because of their unique flavour.
Kingston Black (Cider Apple)
A small deep red apple that produces a full bodied cider