Apple trees

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  • Sundowner apple

    The Sundowner apple matures in June, one of the latest apples, in between Pink Lady and Lady Williams, bright red striped skin, lovely sweet crisp apples MM106 Rootstock Ripens: June Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Cox's Orange, Freyburg, Fuji, Granny Smith, Sturmer Pippin, Splendour, Stewart's Seedling, King David, Rokewood, Golden Delicious
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Ribston Pippin apple

    Ribston Pippin apple is from the mid 1700's, said to be one of the parents of such famous apples as Cox's Orange Pippin and Sturmer Pippin, dense, quite acid  yellow aromatic flesh, rich flavour, midseason harvest, triploid M106 Rootstock Ripens: March Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Red Braeburn, Vista Bella, Fenouillet Gris, Geeveston Fanny, Breakwell's Seedling (cider), Yarlington Mill (cider), Floribunda (crab) Triploid: needs 2-3  pollinators
     
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Pome de Neige

    Grafted to dwarfing rootstock to give a two metre tree, and known as the Snow apple, it has small round fruits, skin is striped red over gold, white flesh, crisp and juicy. Fresh eater with keeping qualities, suits many different climates
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • pine golden pippin apple

    Pine Golden Pippin apple

    Pine Golden Pippin apple has yellow fruits with crisp sweet flesh, lovely flavour and texture, ripens midseason Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Brown Snout, Court Pendu Plat, Rome Beaut, Stoke Red (cider), Isaac Newton's, Opalescent, Boswell
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Peasgood’s Nonsuch apple

    Peasgood's Nonsuch apple is a popular and much loved apple from bygone years in Australia. Red striped on yellow green background, fruit grow quite large, coarse flesh, eats well fresh, and also a lovely cooker, useful in pies, dumplings, cider, juice, feed the pigs… Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Democrat, Golden Noble, King of the Pippins, Michelin (cider), Orleans Reinette, King Cole, Summer Strawberry
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • James Grieve apple

    James Grieve apple is a fresh eating apple, and also makes a sweet delicate stewed apple when picked early, fruit medium size, soft and juicy, subacid to sweet, very well liked for fine flavour, good keeper for an early apple, tree produces well without cross pollination, probably does better in cooler climates Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Self fertile
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Jonathan apple

    Jonathan apple is a seedling of Esopus Spitzenburg, small crisp hard apples with delicious flavour that has made this variety a popular commercial and backyard tree firstly in America and then Australia and the rest of the world, for nearly two hundred years Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Berner Rosen, Cox's Orange, Freyberg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicous, Granny Smith, Golden Hornet (crab), Splendour, Rokewood, Merton Worcester, Pink Lady, Court of Wick
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Gravenstein apple

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    The Gravenstein apple is remembered fondly by many European people, good fresh eating, cooking and cider,  needs to be left on the tree to develop full flavours, early ripener, lisp and aromatic Ripens: January Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath,Lord Lambourne, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, Vista Bella, Forfar Pippin, Egremont Russet, Golden Harvey Triploid: needs 2-3 pollinators
  • Gala apple

    The Gala apple is a very popular little modern apple throughout Australia, widely produced for commerce and successful in many different places, a lovely crisp aromatic and sweet apple with excellent flavour, orange/red striped Ripens: March Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Bonza, Merton Worcester, Pink Lady, Rokewood, Freyburg, Fuji, Granny Smith
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Fuji apple

    Fuji apple is a Japanese apple and a modern commercial variety, but with eating qualities that appeal to many – sweet, juicy, one of the latest varieties harvested Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Jonathan, Bonza, Cox's Orange, Freyburg, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Rokewood, Pink Lady, Sturmer Pippin, Splendour, Sundowner
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • freyburg apple

    Freyburg apple

    The Freyburg apple is a fresh eating apple, comes from an awesome heritage  - genetically a cross between Cox's Orange Pippin and Golden Delicious, fruit yellow colour with lovely sweet and spicey flavour, tree smallish, harvests mid season but fruit hangs on well on the tree, winner of blind taste tests. Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Pink Lady, Merton Worcester, Rokewood, Berner Rosen, Bonza, Gala, Fuji, Granny Smith,
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • five crown apple

    Five Crown apple

    Five Crown apple, also known as London Pippin, once widely grown in Australia, fresh eater and cooker, green skin flushed with red, crisp, brisk, good for drying, late harvest Ripens: late May Pollinate with: Brown Snout, Court Pendu Plat, Northern Spy, Boswell, Isaac Newton, Opalescent
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • cox's orange pippin apple tree

    Cox’s Orange Pippin apple

    Cox's Orange Pippin apple is perhaps the most famous of all the heritage apples – wonderful fresh eating, rich spicy nutty flavour, crisp, aromatic, perfect balance of sweetness and acidity, is said to do best in cooler areas but we have eaten some brilliant fruit from ours here in northern Victoria Ripens: Feb/March Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Berner Rosen, Bonza, Freyburg, Fuji, Pink Lady, Merton Worcester, Rokewood, Gala, Granny Smith, Sturmer Pippin
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Calville Blanc D’Hiver apple

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    The Calville Blanc D'Hiver apple is one of the very oldest apples still around, dating from the 1600's in France, famed for making delicious apple pies, very good cider addition, this variety also contains more Vitamin C than an orange Ripens: May/June
  • Blenheim Orange apple

    Blenheim Orange apple is a much liked sweet nutty flavoured apple, with crumbly texture, medium to large sized fruits, skin has orange flush with red striping, considered by many to be one of the best dual purpose apples, harvest late Feb, makes a strong limbed tree with very hard wood – which was once used for making cog wheels for railways, very frost resistant, triploid Ripens: Late February Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Pink Lady, Splendour, Sturmer Pippin, Rokewood Triploid: need 2-3 pollinators
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Belle De Boskoop apple

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    Originated in Holland in 1856, the Belle De Boskoop apple is a highly esteemed cooking and pie apple, outstanding fresh eater as well, coarse, crisp, creamy juicy white flesh, richly flavoured, highly aromatic, harvests late, keeps well and improves in storage, triploid Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Lord Lambourne, Red Braeburn, McIntosh, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Fenouillet Gris, Egremont Russet Triploid: needs 2-3 pollinators
  • Beauty of Bath apple

    Beauty of Bath apple is one of the earliest of apples to harvest, - early January, sometimes late December round here, unique sort of flavour, slight acidity but good and sweet when fully ripe, red stripes over yellowy / green skin, heavy and consistent cropper. Ripens: January Pollinate with: Red Braeburn, Egremont Russet, Fenouillet Gris, Vista Bella, Yarlington Mill (cider), Keswick Codlin, Breakwell's Seedling (cider), Floribunda (crab)
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Andre Savauge apple

    Andre Savauge apple is a large oblong shaped apple, heavily russeted, greenish crisp, tart aromatic flesh, an unusual looking but high quality apple which is well liked for cooking by those who try it, ripens mid season Ripens: March/April
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Belle Cacheuse apple

    Belle Cacheuse apple is an old French variety, large sized cooking apples, some of the largest there is. Also used in cider making, but pretty good eaten fresh too, real prize winners Ripens: March/April
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Akane apple

    Out of stock

    Akane apple is a crisp, juicy, sweet, slightly chewy flesh, hint of strawberry flavour, good cropper, fruit ripens early – around mid to late January, as a young tree it begins bearing a year earlier than many other varieties Ripens: January Pollinate with: Jonathan, Lady Williams, Pink Lady, Merton Worcester, Splendour, Granny Smith, Gala, Fuji, Freyburg, Golden Delicious, Bonza, Berner Rosen

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