Apple Trees for sale

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Apple Trees 1 - The Best Selling Varieties

E = EARLY season -  M = MID season -  L = LATE season -  C = CULINARY
D = DESSERT -  DP = DUAL PURPOSE. 
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2yr Bush 18.50  2yr Half Standard 24.50 - See  for all prices and quantity discounts.  AGM means this variety has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.  Click on the images to enlarge

Important Note - I have put dates by my images wherever possible but please bear in mind, ripening time varies across the country and year to year on the same tree (Image shows the difference between sunny to shady side on this 2yr tree).

Apple ASHMEADS KERNEL

LD. 1700. An excellent apple tree. Sweet, juicy and highly aromatic. Possibly the finest tasting dessert apple. Use Nov till February. Easy to grow. Image - 'Ashmeads Kernel' on 4th October. AGM.

Apple BLENHEIM ORANGE

LDP. 1740. Was once grown in most farm orchards still popular in a garden setting. Cook before Christmas. Dessert from January. Needs two pollinators. Image - 'Blenheim Orange' 4th October. AGM.

Apple BRAMLEYS SEEDLING

LC. 1809. Generally regarded as the best cooking apple. A tip bearer and Triploid needing two pollinators. Use October to March. Partial tip bearing. Image - 'Bramley's Seedling' 21st October. AGM.

Apple COBRA New Variety !

DP. Cox's Orange Pippin crossed Bramley's Seedling no less! The best of both in one apple tree. Cooker early season or let its dessert taste develop late season. Spur and tip bearer. Image left -'Cobra' 22nd August. Right 'Cobra' apple in blossom 16th April. Far right 'Cobra' 12th July showing its spur bearing habit.

Apple COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN

LD. 1825. Still number one dessert apple due to its excellent taste. Use from October to January. Needs careful growing but repays in taste. Image - 'Cox's Orange Pippin' 20th September

Apple COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN SELF FERTILE

LD. The name states its claim. Recently introduced self fertile version of true Cox's Orange Pippin. Image -'Cox's Orange Pippin Self Fertile' (identical to normal Cox). 20th September

Apple EGREMONT RUSSET

MD. 1872. A popular and reliable, easy to grow russet apple. Very good sweet and nutty flavour. October to December. Excellent taste this summer whereas some others have been poor. Image - 'Egremont Russet' 10th October. AGM.
When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!

Apple FIESTA aka RED PIPPIN

LD. 1987. Cox's Orange Pippin x Idared. Very heavy crops from this compact apple tree and and ideal for northern regions. Use October to Jan. Image -'Fiesta' 10th October. AGM.

Apple GEORGE CAVE

ED. 1923. Crisp, juicy, slightly acid flavour. Spur bearer. Bright red apples. The best of the early apple varieties ready in August. Image - 'George Cave' 22nd August.

Apple GREENSLEEVES

MD. 1966. James Grieve x Golden Delicious. A very good yield of large regular shaped fruit. It's a dessert but it cooks very well too. Use September to October. Image - 'Greensleeves' 27th September. AGM.

Apple HEREFORDSHIRE RUSSET

A very high quality new apple with an aromatic Cox's Orange Pippin type flavour. Use Oct to January. Rich golden brown apples and prolific cropping.  Image - 'Herefordshire Russet' 10th October.

Apple HOWGATE WONDER

LC. 1915. Frost resistance and heavy and regular cropping make this apple variety very popular. Use October to March. Image -'Howgate Wonder' 21st October.

Apple JAMES GRIEVE

ED. 1893. Well known hardy variety from Scotland. Tangy and juicy. Reliable cropper and always popular. September to October. Image - 'James Grieve' 15th September. AGM.

Apple JUPITER

LD. 1966. Cox's Orange Pippin x Starking. Striped fruit. Heavy and reliable cropping. Aromatic flavour. Use September to March. Will need two pollinators. Makes a strong tree. Image - 'Jupiter' 11th September. AGM.

Apple KATY

ED.1947. Aka 'Katja'. James Grieve x Worcester Pearmain. Frost resistant. An excellent early to mid Dessert. Use September to October. A personal favourite. Image - 'Katy' 27th September.

Apple LAXTONS SUPERB

LD. 1897. Very popular, well known variety. Cox's Orange Pippin x Wyken Pippin. Use from November to February. Image - 'Laxtons Superb' 10th October.
When you have decided what you would like, click on the 'order trees' link. This will take you to the Order Form page. It's an important decision I feel it's nice to browse without rushing your trees straight to a shopping cart!

Apple RED DEVIL

LD. Discovery x Kent. Strong, fruity taste with bright red flesh. Use from October to December. Prolific cropping. Self fertile. Image - 'Red Devil' 11th September.

Apple RED WINDSOR

MD. A red sport of Red Alkmene found in 1985. Heavy cropping from this Cox like apple. Self fertile. Ready from mid Sep to Oct. Frost hardy. Image - 'Red Windsor' 10th October. A personal favourite.

Apple REVEREND.W.WILKS

EC. 1908. Peasgood Nonsuch x Ribston Pippin. Compact, disease resistant well known cooker. Use September to November. Image - 'Rev.W.Wilks' 7th October.

Apple SCRUMPTIOUS New Variety !

MD. Popular new introduction and a best seller due to its complex flavour, self fertile status, disease resistance and fabulous red apples. Ready mid Sept to Oct.  Image - 'Scrumptious' 22nd August. AGM.

Apple SUNSET

M-L D.1918. Can be grown where Cox's Orange Pippin fails. Golden yellow striped and flushed orange red. Use Sept to December. Another personal favourite. Image - 'Sunset' 27th September. AGM.

Apple SWEET SOCIETY

A new Cox like apple with rich aromatic flavour. Very compact habit making a small tree suitable for confined space. Use Sept to December. Image- 'Sweet Society' 19th October.

Apple TOM PUTT

MC. Late 1700's. From Trent, Somerset. A good, regular cropping apple tree. Use Sept to Nov. Once widely used for Cidermaking. Image - 'Tom Putt' 11th September.

Apple WINTER GEM

Exceptional quality. This new apple has a pink flush and wins flavour contests with its rich aromatic flavour. Use October right through till March.. Image- 'Winter Gem' 25th July ripening

Apple WORCESTER PEARMAIN

E-M D. 1874. Well known, hardy variety. Suitable for cold areas. Inclined to be a tip bearer. September to October. Image- 'Worcester Pearmain' 27th Sept. AGM.