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    Dwarf Stewart’s Seedling apple

    Dwarf Stewart's Seedling apple, also known as Ballarat, (which is where it was originally discovered in about the 1870’s) bears medium sized green fruit, harder flesh, subacid flavour, very good cooker, said to have very good flavour as a jelly, late ripening, good keeper. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Jonathan, Pink Lady, Sturmer Pippin, Granny Smith, Gala, Freyburg, Cox's Orange, Lady Williams, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Merton Worcester, Berner Rosen
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Stewarts Seedling apple

    Stewart’s Seedling apple

    Stewart's Seedling apple, also known as Ballarat, (which is where it was originally discovered in about the 1870’s) , fruit medium sized, green, hard flesh, subacid flavour, good cooker, said to have very good flavour as a jelly, late ripening, good keeper. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Jonathan, Pink Lady, Sturmer Pippin, Granny Smith, Gala, Freyburg, Cox's Orange, Lady Williams, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Merton Worcester, Berner Rosen
    $29.00 inc. GST

  • Pink Lady apple

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    A cross between Lady Williams and Golden Delicious the Pink Lady apple has a beautiful skin colour, sweet crisp, lovely flavour. Out of more than 10,000 apples in a West Australian breeding trial, this apple came out on top – that surely says something about its calibre Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Jonathan, Berner Rosen, Cox's Orange, Pink Lady, Freyburg, Fuji, Granny Smith, Splendour, Sweet Coppin (cider), John Downie (crab)
  • Dwarf Pink Lady apple

    A cross between Lady Williams and Golden Delicious. The Dwarf Pink Lady apple has beautiful skin colour, sweet crisp, lovely flavour. Out of more than 10,000 apples in a West Australian breeding trial, this apple came out on top – that surely says something about its calibre M26 Rootstock
    $34.00 inc. GST

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    Lady William Stepover apple

    Out of stock

    Stepover apples are grafted onto miniature rootstocks which make very small trees suitable for training in a stopover shape along garden edges and pathways etc. Lady William is an apple that really needs little introduction to Australia by now, a relative of the Pink Lady, the Lady William apple has 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 Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Jonathan, Kidd's Orange Red, Freyburg, Fugi, Golden Delicious, Cox's Orange, Sturmer Pippin, Kingston Black (cider), Spectabilis (crab)
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    Lady William apple

    Out of stock

    An apple that really needs little introduction to Australia by now, a relative of the Pink Lady, the Lady William apple has 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!) Ripens: June/July Pollinate with: Jonathan, Kidd's Orange Red, Freyburg, Fugi, Golden Delicious, Cox's Orange, Sturmer Pippin, Kingston Black (cider), Spectabilis (crab)
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    Catshead apple

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    Catshead apple is an old English variety, the earliest reference to which dates from 1629. The name comes from the unusual shape of the fruit, which in profile resembles a cat's head. Grown in 18th and 19th Century England. Large, oblong-conical, irregular shaped fruit. Pale greenish yellow skin with russet dots. White, soft, juicy flesh. Cooks to a sharp, firm puree.
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    Dwarf Opalescent apple

    Dwarf Opalescent apple has fruit that is quite striking in appearance - bright shining red colour, harvests early April and keeps well on the tree, large fruits are good fresh and in cooking M26 Rootstock
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Bramley’s Seedling

    Out of stock

    Probably the most well known, and one of the most sought after of the English cooking apples, tart acid flesh with lovely tangy lemon flavour when cooked, large apples, shape varies, ripening late, good keeper, triploid

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