• Dwarf Crofton apple

    $32.00 inc. GST
    Dwarf Crofton Apple, An attractive small apple with skin red and orange stripes over a green background. The flesh is white, with good crunch, and stores very well. Good size for a lunchbox. Developed byJoseph Cato in the Hobart / Cygnet area in the 1830's, when it was called Cato's seedling. It was grown as a commercial variety until the 1980's. Ripens May-June.
  • Dwarf Jonathan apple

    $32.00 inc. GST
    dwarf Jonathan has small crisp hard apples with delicious flavour that...
  • Dwarf Mutsu apple

    $32.00 inc. GST
    The Dwarf Mutsu apple has been bred from Golden Delicious, and coming out of Japan, very popular large apple, golden green skin, cooks to pale yellow pieces, heavy cropper.   Often used for baking pies. Highly resistant to frost injury. Consider Grimes Golden, Liberty and/or White Pearmain for pollination. Triploid. Ripens: May/June
  • Dwarf Snow apple

    $32.00 inc. GST
    Dwarf Snow Apple, This mid-season apple originated in France in the 1600s. Small, sweet and crunchy, the pure white flesh is always popular. Pollinated by ‘Granny Smith’, ‘Jonathan’, ‘Cripp’s Pink’ and ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’.   Named after the apple’s white flesh and resilience in cold weather. Snow apples are considered to be a dessert variety, primarily consumed fresh. Snow apples are best suited for both raw and cooked applications such as baking, boiling, and roasting.  Also known as Pomme De Neige, Chimney Apples & Fameuse.
  • Five Crown apple

    $30.00 inc. GST
    Also known as London Pippin, once
  • Perhaps the most famous of all the heritage apples

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