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  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    1 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    6 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Adams Pearmain / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use November-March. Flower group C. Fruit medium sized, russeted, with an excellent rich, nutty, aromatic flavour. Frost tolerant.

    4 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit with a juicy, spicy, aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    5 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit with a juicy, spicy, aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant.

    5 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) American Mother / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick Sept, eat Oct-Dec. Flower group D. Fruit juicy, spicy aromatic flavour. Tree upright, heavy cropper, late frost tolerant. MM106 gives trees about 4 m (14 ft) high.

    11 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / M26

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / M27

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. M27 gives trees about 1.5-2 m (5-6½ ft) high.

    Out of stock this season unless more stock mentioned below. Please email to reserve for next season


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Annie Elizabeth / MM106

    £16.00

    Cooking apple. Pick early Oct, eat Nov-June. Flower group E. Fruit large, greenish-yellow. Tree vigorous, upright, tolerant of late spring frosts. MM106 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 3.5 m (12 ft) high.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / M26

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice. M26 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 2.5-3.5 m (8-12 ft) high.

    2 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / M27

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice.

    3 In stock.


  • Apple (Malus domestica) Ashmeads Kernel / MM106

    £16.00

    Dessert apple. Pick October, use Dec-Feb+. Flower group D. Fruit medium-sized, greenish-yellow with some russet. Flesh aromatic, excellent flavour. Tree moderately vigorous. Also used for cider & juice. MM106 is a semi-dwarfing rootstock giving trees about 4 m (13 ft) high.

    10 In stock.