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A BARE-ROOT tree for dispatch from the end of November to beginning of March. Please be aware that trees may be pruned to size, to meet our couriers' parcel length restrictions.
Malus domestica - M26 rootstock. Dessert apple discovered in a hedge by John Braddick in Claygate, Surrey in the early 1800's. Small to medium-sized fruit, yellow-flushed red with some russet. Firm juicy flesh with a rich aromatic nutty flavour. Good for northerly cold areas with high rainfall. An excellent keeper. Pick in October. Priced for: a bare-root stepover tree