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Bare Root Apple Trees

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  1. Apple Tree - Braeburn (Clone Helena)

    Apple Tree - Braeburn (Clone Helena)

    …without losing the superb crisp texture! Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour. Height 3m after 10 years. Pollination group 3. (SF - self-fertile). Supplied as a…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  2. Apple Tree - Worcester Pearmain

    Apple Tree - Worcester Pearmain

    …fruit variety.) Harvest September-October. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour. Height 3m after 10 years. Pollination group 3. (SF - self-fertile). Supplied as…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  3. Apple (Eating) Tree - Bountiful

    Apple (Eating) Tree - Bountiful

    An easy-to-grow variety that keeps its shape when cooked and is sweeter than the majority of other cookers. Introduced in the 1960's, its quite modern for a cooking apple. Allow the fruit to ripen longer on the tree

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  4. Apple Crab Tree - Gorgeous

    Apple Crab Tree - Gorgeous

    Vivid crimson fruits perfect for crab apple jelly. Great disease resistance. Pollination group 3. SF - Self-fertile.

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  5. Apple Tree - Lord Lambourne

    Apple Tree - Lord Lambourne

    …September, they will keep well until Christmas! Pollination group 2. (SF - self-fertile).Our apples are grafted onto an M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour.…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  6. Apple Tree - Bramley (Clone 20)

    Apple Tree - Bramley (Clone 20)

    …variety so will need 2 other apples nearby for pollination. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour. Height 4m after 10 years. Pollination group 3. Supplied…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  7. Apple Tree - Queen Cox Self Fertile

    Apple Tree - Queen Cox Self Fertile

    …keeper. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour. Height 3m after 10 years. Pollination group 3. (SF - self-fertile). Supplied as…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  8. Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

    Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

    …cheeses or just spread on buttery toast! Pollination group 3. Supplied as a bare root tree.Our apples are grafted onto an M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  9. Apple (Eating) Plant - Fiesta

    Apple (Eating) Plant - Fiesta

    Partially self-fertile. Traditional flavour, both sweet and sharp. Keeps its shape when cooked and is ideal for juicing. Harvest September-October. Pollination group 3.

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  10. Quince Tree - Vranja

    Quince Tree - Vranja

    …against a wall, the blossom is very attractive, and they make ideal pollinators for pears. Self-fertile. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Grown on Quince A rootstock. Pollination group 4. Supplied as a bare root…

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 1 Bare Root Tree
  11. Wildlife Hedge Collection

    Wildlife Hedge Collection

    With 5 sloes, 3 hazels, 1 cherry plum and 1 crab apple, you can create a superb 4m long hedge in your garden that will look great, and that birds and wildlife will love! Supplied as bare root plants.

    Despatch from 22/11/2019 10 Bare Root Plants
  12. Malus sylvestris Bare Roots - 60-90cm

    Malus sylvestris Bare Roots - 60-90cm

    …native hedge or can be allowed to grow as a hedgerow tree. This is a very popular species added in to a selection of mixed native hedging. Flowers March-May & September-November. Grows 20-40cm per year. Supplied…

    Despatch from November 2019 Pack of 25
    £39.99
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  13. Malus sylvestris Bare Roots - 60-90cm

    Malus sylvestris Bare Roots - 60-90cm

    …native hedge or can be allowed to grow as a hedgerow tree. This is a very popular species added in to a selection of mixed native hedging. Flowers March-May & September-November. Grows 20-40cm per year. Supplied…

    Despatch from November 2019 Pack of 50
    £69.99
    More Info Currently Unavailable
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