Apple Trees for sale

Apple 'Lord Lambourne'

Apple 'Discovery'

Apple Trees 2 - Traditional apple 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 ANNIE ELIZABETH

LC. 1857. A hardy variety suitable for all areas. Handsome apples follow fine blossom. Long keeping apple from December till May. Image 'Annie Elizabeth' 4th October.

Apple ARTHUR TURNER

EC. 1912. Self fertile. Has beautiful blossom. Very large greenish yellow fruits flushed with light brown. Use August to October. Image 'Arthur Turner' 10th October. AGM.

Apple AUTUMN PEARMAIN

MD. Late 1500's. Identical to Herefordshire Pearmain. A pretty flushed and russeted apple with a quite rich taste. Ready late September. Image 'Autumn Pearmain' 6th September.

Apple BEAUTY OF BATH

ED. 1864. Very early variety. Soft juicy and sweet with distinct acid flavour. Use in early August. Image 'Beauty of Bath' 3rd August.

Apple BRAEBURN

LD. Refreshing crisp taste, can be perfumed. Often requested as its the best supermarket variety but plant in a sheltered sunny position, needs good sunshine to ripen. Image 'Braeburn' 19th October.

Apple CHARLES ROSS

DP. 1890. Peasgood Nonsuch x Cox's Orange Pippin. Use from October to December but best used early. Image 'Charles Ross' 6th September. AGM.

Apple COX'S POMONA

M-LC. circa 1825. Raised in Slough by Richard Cox of Colnbrook Lawn. A fine delicate flavour when cooked, can also be used as a dessert.

Apple COURT PENDU PLAT

LD. Recorded 1613. Thought to be of Roman origin. Late flowering, disease resistance. Small and hardy. Sweet with light aromatic flavour. Image 'Court Pendu Plat' 4th 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 DISCOVERY

ED. One of the earliest along with George Cave.1949. Spur and tip bearer. Firm and juicy with a pleasant flavour. Use August to September. Image 'Discovery' 18th August. AGM.

Apple ELLISONS ORANGE

MD. 1911. Intense rich, aromatic quality. Recommended. Use from September to October. Image 'Ellisons Orange' 15th September. AGM.

Apple EMNETH EARLY or EARLY VICTORIA

EC.  Keswick Codlin x Lord Grosvenor. Very early cooker ready in July to August. Prolific cropping, cooks to a puree. Image 'Emneth Early' 4th September. AGM.

Apple FORTUNE (LAXTONS FORTUNE)

ED. 1904. Frost hardy. Small tree. Sweet and juicy. Use September to October. Image ' Laxtons Fortune' 11th September. AGM.

Apple GOLDEN NOBLE

MC Originated 1769. Yorkshire. Sharp, well flavoured, less acidic than Bramleys Seedling. Prized Victorian and Edwardian cooker. Use October to December. Image 'Golden Noble' 18th August.

Apple GRENADIER

EC. Heavy crops, Hardy variety with compact growth for small gardens and produces fruit spurs easily. August to October. Image 'Grenadier' 3rd August. AGM.

Apple JUMBO

Red flush on pale green. A great cooking variety with superb flavour. Red Charles Ross x Jonathan. Stores till March. Large apples. A personal favourite. Image 'Jumbo' 10th October.

Apple KESWICK CODLIN

A prolific second early culinary variety ready  September to October. Spur bearing and hardy into north of the country. Image 'Keswick Codlin' 28th August.

Apple LORD DERBY

C. Similar angular shape to Catshead but more a more reliable variety. Cook early for a sharp taste. Use October to December. Very reliable and easy to grow. Image 'Lord Derby' 24th September.
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 LIMELIGHT

MD. Discovery x Greensleeves. Like its parent Greensleeves is an abundant cropper. Use Sept to November.. Crisp taste and disease resistant. Image 'Limelight' 5th October.

Apple LORD LAMBOURNE

MD. 1907. James Grieve x Worcester Pearmain. Juicy and sweet with a heavy red flush. Personal favourite, it succeeds anywhere. Use October to November. Image 'Lord Lambourne' 11th Sept. AGM.

Apple NEWTON WONDER

LC. abt1887. Large colourful late to very later cooker. Nov - March. Dumelows Seedling x Blenheim Orange. Hardy and suitable for the north. November to December. Image 'Newton Wonder' 2nd September. AGM.

Apple ORLEANS REINETTE

LD. 1776. One of the best late Desserts. Golden yellow flushed with a dull orange red. Use November to January. Image 'Orleans Reinette' 25th September.

Apple PITMASTON PINEAPPLE

LD. 1785 at Stoke Edith. Can be an intensely flavoured apple, sharp, rich, honeyed, nutty and found by Hogg 'distinct pineapple'. Image 'Pitmaston Pineapple' 25th August.

Apple PIXIE

Dessert. Yellow with red stripes and an orange flush. Reliable crops of finely flavoured small apples high in sugar content. Use December to March. Image 'Pixie' 24th September. AGM.

Apple RIBSTON PIPPIN

LD. 1707. Originated Ribston Hall, Yorks. Conical yellow fruits flushed brownish orange. Use from October to January. A parent of Cox's Orange Pippin. Image 'Ribston Pippin' 5th October. AGM.

Apple SPARTAN

LD. 1926. McIntosh Red x Yellow Newton Wonder. Popular. Crisp and juicy with a deep, purple flush. Use from October to January. Very prolific cropping. Image 'Spartan' 7th October.

Apple STOKE EDITH PIPPIN

LD. 1872. Russet freckled over gold. Sweet light slightly scented in November, easy to eat apple.

Apple TYDEMANS LATE ORANGE

Very late dessert for December to April. Laxtons Superb x Cox's Orange Pippin. Has the taste of Cox but better keeping qualities. Image 'Tydemans Late Orange' 15th August.