Dwarf Apple Trees

Dwarf Apple trees this year are grafted onto M26 dwarfing rootstocks, which yield a tree of around 2 metres at full maturity

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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.
    $48.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Monty’s Surprise apple

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    A Monty’s Surprise apple a day really does help keep the doctor away! This SPECIAL apple has been selected from scientific research reports that prove that it has some of the highest flavonoids and antioxidant levels both in the skin and flesh of any variety of apple found in the world (many times higher) .High micro nutrient levels exist in this special apple variety also. It has been reported by health organisations around the world that high levels of these naturally occurring compounds are beneficial to the human body in assisting the immune system to help fight obesity, sickness and disease. Monty's Surprise apples have extra large fruit size, they were found using natural plant selection methods, and they are a crisp, good eating apple and an excellent cooking apple
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    Maypole Ballerina apple

    Maypole Ballerina apple is a compact, columnar tree,growing to approximately three metres, but only to a width of 60 cm, which gives it a column type shape.  The tree boasts a tremendous spring display of large, cerise-pink flowers. The growing  tips of the leaves are a soft claret red which turns to a bronze / green. Maypole Ballerina apple has a stunning floral display which is seen to best effect when planted in a row or a group formation. It bears large, dark red crab apples and these are produced abundantly making the tree very attractive during the harvest season, as well as the flowering season.  The dark red fruit hangs on the tree for a long time. Maypole Ballerina apple has red flesh which is unique,  and it makes a terrific crab apple jelly. Ripens: April Pollinate with: 'Bolero", Flamenco', 'Polka', 'Waltz'
    $48.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Frequin Rouge Amer French cider apple

    Dwarf Frequin Rouge Amer French cider apple
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Court of Wick apple

    Court of Wick apple came out of Somerset, in 1790, red and gold with russetting, very fruity flavour with plenty of sweetness and acidity, very good fresh eater but also used to make a sweet cider, this is grafted onto m26 rootstock, which yields approximately 2 metre high trees
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Sweet Coppin cider apple

    Dwarf Sweet Coppin cider apple is an English cider apple originating in Devon, makes a very good sweet cider, ripens midseason. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Sweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Huonville apple

    Grafted onto dwarfing apple rootstock, Huonville apple is a very unusual pink fleshed apple which when cut open, reveals a red star in the middle of the paler flesh, also has a red stained wood in the cross section of the branches, flowers colours are a wonderful striking  purple, leaves also have a purple tinge to them, it is possible to eat this apple fresh, unique sort of flavour, good for juice, but maintaining some crab apple flavour traits
    $32.00 inc. GST

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    Huonville Stepover apple

    Grafted onto miniature apple rootstock, these trees are great for training to Stepover apple forms, and using to edge gardens, walks, paths. Huonville Stepover apple is a very unusual pink fleshed apple which when cut open, reveals a red star in the middle of the paler flesh, also has a red stained wood in the cross section of the branches, flowers colours are a wonderful striking  purple, leaves also have a purple tinge to them, it is possible to eat this apple fresh, unique sort of flavour, good for juice, but maintaining some crab apple flavour traits
    $36.00 inc. GST

  • Pink Lady Stepover apple

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    Pink Lady Stepover apple is grafted onto miniature apple rootstock, these trees are great for training to small Stepover apple forms, and using to edge gardens, walks, paths etc, brightly coloured Pink Lady hangs well with nice red fruit, and gives real ornament in this stepover form Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Rokewood, Merton Worcester, Berner Rosen, Cox's Orange, Jonathan, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Sturmer Pippin
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    Dwarf Hubbartston’s Nonsuch apple

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    Dwarf Hubbartston's Nonsuch apple makes a two metre high tree, and produces large fruit, which ripen midseason, good flavour, great cooking. Ripens: April
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    Dwarf Sturmer Pippin apple

    Dwarf Sturmer Pippin apple, one of the latest apples left hanging on the tree - in colder places it has been picked as late as mid August, good cooker/eater and also very good addition to cider brews, flesh yellow, firm, crisp, very juicy, brisk and rich sugary flavour, should be kept on the tree as long as possible to let it reach its peak flavours, heavy bearer
    $32.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Summer Strawberry apple

    Dwarf Summer Strawberry apple is grafted onto a dwarf rootstock, this fresh eating apple has fairly small sized fruits, striped all over with yellow and blood red stripes, flesh soft, tender and juicy, sweet, fairly early harvest, one of the few early apples to really do well here in our hot northern Victorian summer, said to do best in fertile soils, originating in Australia in the late 1800’s
    $32.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Lady William apple

    The Dwarf Lady William apple really needs little introduction to Australia by now, a relative of the Pink Lady, with similar crisp subacid qualities, ripening very late season- as late as July, and subsequently keeping a long time, even just stored in a box in the shed; variety is a cross between two Australian varieties – Granny Smith and Rokewood. It’s a very good cropper – our two year old espaliered tree has two smallish horizontal branches and a one metre main trunk which this year have fifty apples crammed on them (after having been thinned!)
    $32.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf Cox’s Orange Pippin apple

    Dwarf tree version of perhaps the most famous of all the heritage apples – the Dwarf Cox's Orange Pippin apple is a 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
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Fuji Stepover apple

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    Fuji Stepover apple - standard Fuji fruit, but grown on a mini rootstock to give a tree suitable for 'Stepover' formation, which can be bent down low and trained as miniature borders around gardens, along driveways Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Jonathan, Berner Rosen, Bonza, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Pink Lady, Merton Worcester, Lady Williams
  • Dwarf Jonagold apple

    Dwarf Jonagold apple is high quality American apple, developed in the 1940s, as its name suggests, this is a cross between a Jonathan and a Golden Delicious and inherits many of the good qualities of both, the colouring is yellow of Golden Delicious, with large flushes of red, this is a crisp apple to bite into, with gleaming white flesh, flavour is sweet but with a lot of balancing acidity - a very pleasing apple to eat, popular commercial variety, genetically a triploid, meaning it is a poor pollinator of other apple varieties, and needs at least two different compatible pollinating apple varieties planted nearby. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Granny Smith, Sturmer Pippin, Lady Williams, Cox's Orange, Freyberg, Fuji, Gala, Golden Delicious, Pink Lady, Sweet Coppin(cider), Jack Humm(crab),  Triploid: needs 2-3 pollinators
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Somerset Redstreak cider apple

    Originating in Somerset,  Somerset Redstreak cider apple is a mild bittersweet apple. This means it should have gentle tannins with little acidity and a fruity taste, producing light and fruity  cider. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Kingston Black, Sweet Coppin, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala Type: Bittersweet
    $29.00 inc. GST

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    Dwarf King David cider apple

    King David cider apple is a handsome southern American apple, originating in Arkansas, the flushed orange skin, reminscent of Jonathan, one of its probable parents, becomes much darker as the season progresses, till it becomes a brilliant dark red colour, the apples hang on the tree almost to winter, deep into autumn, and are at their best for eating at this point, also a useful cider variety with some good kick to it. Ripens: April/May Pollinate with: Kingston Black, Sweet Coppin, Freyburg, Fuji, Gala, Granny Smith, John Downie(crabapple), Cox's Orange, Lady Williams    
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Fenouillet Gris apple

    Dwarf Fenouillet Gris apple is one of the more unusual heirloom apples, an ancient French variety from the 16th century, very sweet with hints of flavour like fennel and anise
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Charlotte Ballerina apple

    Charlotte 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'
    $48.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Michelin cider apple

    Dwarf Michelin cider apple has a late harvest, originating in France, fruit small to medium, greenish yellow, tree upright, good pollinator, makes a bittersweet cider. Ripens: March Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

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