Ballerina Apple Trees
Columnar apple trees, growing about half a metre wide and about 2.5 metres high (if you let it), very easy to keep pruned lower, lovely in formal gardens, or for narrow garden beds, lining driveways etc
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Flamenco Ballerina apple
Compact, columnar tree. A late dessert apple with a crisp texture. Skin colour is flushed red over a green ground cover. Crisp and juicy. Excellent flavour with a slight tang. White spring flowers, with splashes of pale pink. . Matures mid to late March, grows to 600 mm wide, and 3.5 metres high.
Waltz Ballerina appleWaltz Ballerina apple is a compact, narrow, columnar tree, medium to large round-conical fruit with a solid red skin on exposed areas, crisp and juicy, with some similarities to Jonathan, an excellent flavour with a slight tang. Suitable for fresh fruit, drying and cooking. ornamental pinkish-red buds open to large white flowers.
Charlotte Ballerina appleCharlotte Ballerina apple, fruits are a bright striped red on green background, cream white flesh, good dessert (fresh eating) cooking and drying, mid to late maturity MM106 Rootstock Ripens: April Pollinate with: Ballerina 'Maypole', 'Waltz', 'Bolero', 'Polka'
Polka Ballerina applePolka Ballerina apple is a compact, columnar 2.5 metre tree. Medium sized round fruit. Green skin with red developing on areas exposed to the sun. Crisp and juicy flesh with a good flavour when picked straight from the tree. Suitable for fresh fruit, drying and cooking. Ripens: April Pollinate with: Ballerina 'Maypole', 'Waltz', 'Bolero'
Bolero Ballerina appleThe Bolero Ballerina apple - Ballerina type columnar apple, pretty white spring flowers with touches of pale pink, apples well flavoured, flat/ round shape, creamy white flesh, good juice content Ripens: April Pollinates with: Ballerina Maypole, Waltz, Polka, Granny Smith, Jonathan