We have the following Apple Trees in stock They are bare rooted.
Email us at email@example.com to order or for freight options as these are large plants
The letter and number after name refer to the rootstock
M9 and EMLA9 are dwarfing stock suited small gardens may need support
M106 Medium sized tree up to 4m
M793 Large tree suitable for planting where there have been trees before
Ripening in late summer, Ariane trees produce medium sized fruit with a sweet/sharp balanced flavour. The fruit is delicious eaten straight from the tree or refrigerated for winter eating. Self-fertile. Black spot resistant, so is perfect for organic growing.
These trees originate from a seed planted in 1809. The first trees were sold in 1862 for 2 shillings (40cents or $12 into days money) Yet it remains as the 3rd largest produced apple by volume in England (British Apple and Pears ltd UK)
A large, tart apple, ideal for cooking up a storm in the kitchen. Mostly green but sometimes with specks of red, the white juicy flesh makes the ideal texture for crumbles, pies and sauces alike.
Divine™ (Elflike) M9
Divine® fruit has a mild sweetness with moderate acidity and light cottony crisp flesh - very similar to Royal Gala. Late summer picking. Best flavoured when refrigerated for up to 3 months. Black spot resistant - so great for organic growing. Self-fertile.
Granny Smith on EMLA9
Granny Smith produces a large green fruit with a tart, well balanced flavour and crisp, juicy white flesh. A red blush appears on the skin when grown in colder areas. It crops late in the season and has a long picking period. Fruit has excellent keeping qualities. Tree is self-fertile and a regular bearer that is suited to most climates. Tip bearing. Granny Smith is an excellent pollinator for other apple varieties.
Green Meadows Cox Orange on M793 or M26
Cox\'s Orange Pippin is a sweet apple with rich and nutty flavoured flesh that is very aromatic, making this older variety still a hugely popular apple. This spur bearing variety ripens early to mid-season. Ideal for Cider
Recomended home garden variety it is exceptionally good eating, early season red Gala-type apple with high aroma, low acid and high sugar. Very productive, easy to grow and resistant to black spot disease. Spur bearing.
Monty’s Surprise SOLD OUT
Avery large red striped apple that is disease hardy and the fruit sad to be high in health-boosting antioxidants. It is suited to be eaten fresh or cooked, making good baked apple. It is a seedling from a very old tree in the Manawatu
Pacific Rose™ (Sciros) M106
This New Zealand variety has distinctive, clear rose-pink skin. The flesh is firm, crisp and juicy with a rich-sweet taste. A Gala and Splendour cross, this apple reaches maturity mid-season.
One of the earliest apples it has a sweet-tart flavour if fully ripened on the tree. Often used as a cooking apple for apple pies and sauce but creates a lot of fluid when cooked. Sometimes also used for juice and cider. It is the key ingredient in the production of Bossler, an Austrian fruit brandy. It is probably one of the oldest commercial apples dating back to the 1700s in Denmark
Has blushed, green/bronze skin with an acidic, aromatic, sweet and juicy flesh that is very firm. This variety makes excellent cider and is great cooked. The fruit is very high in Vitamin C. It is a compact tree with low vigour meaning it needs little pruning. Bears on spurs very late in the season