Trained in a 'stepover' shape, this is a very low-growing tree, on dwarfing rootstock (M26), that is ideal as a low, decorative and productive border for lawns, flower or vegetable beds. Height approx 40cms.
Malus domestica on M26 rootstock. Dessert. Circa 1918, Kent. Heavy cropper with masses of small red/ gold flushed fruit. The best substitute for Cox's in the North as resistant to late frost. Juices well and has been known to make sweet, strong cider. Compact, tidy tree with very colourful blossom. Flowering Group 3. Pick October, use October to December. Self-fertile. Priced for a stepover tree in a 5 litre pot