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  • rome beauty apple

    Dwarf Rome Beauty apple

    Dwarf Rome Beauty apple was an apple that originally got discovered as a sucker that was left to grow on an orchard tree, and turned out to be very good - late ripening, brilliant red skin, sweet flesh, quite dense, good fresh or cooked. Keeps well in storage, grafted to two metre high dwarfing rootstock
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • rome beauty apple

    Rome Beauty apple

    Rome Beauty apple was an apple that originally got discovered as a sucker that was left to grow on an orchard tree, and turned out to be very good - late ripening, brilliant red skin, sweet flesh, quite dense, good fresh or cooked. Keeps well in storage
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Bramley’s Seedling apple

    Out of stock

    Bramley's Seedling apple is 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. Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Red Braeburn, Vista Bella, Fenouillet Gris, Yarlington Mill(cider), Floribunda(crab) Triploid: needs 2-3 pollinators
  • Dwarf Lord Lambourne apple

    Suggested by some as a good easier growing substitute for the Cox’s Orange Pippin, where the Cox’s is difficult to grow, Dwarf Lord Lambourne apple has similar eating qualities, a lovely mixture of sweetness and acidity, juicy crisp flesh, ripens mid season, grafted to two metre high dwarfing rootstock Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Keswich Codlin, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Vista Bella, Yarlington Mill (cider)
    $32.00 inc. GST

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