Fruiting Apple Trees
Nothing beats a freshly picked, home grown apple.
We grow a selection of the best apple varieties for the home orchard.
Our apple trees can be purchased as either super-dwarfing or semi-dwarfing trees, and either one-year, or two-year old trees. For more information, please visit the FAQ page.
Our trees are sold bare-rooted, in the Winter dormant months (1st July – 1st September)
For enquiries and custom grafts, please email email@example.com
The information contained in this list is intended as a guide only. Fruit ripening times will depend on you location, the local climate and the rootstock the scion is grafted onto. Flowering times are averages, and actual times will depend on your local climate, and the season.
Apples will set fruit better when a pollination partner is present, even if the variety is self-fertile.
It is important to note that triploid apples varieties will not produce viable pollen. They cannot pollinate other apple varieties. In addition to not producing pollen, the triploid apple varieties will need at least two different apple varieties for fruit set. This is because the triploid varieties have 3 sets of chromosomes, and need an extra source of pollen.
It may also be worth considering a planting a Crabapple. They are beautiful trees, with long flowering times and the bees love them! The white flowering varieties are great pollinators for both eating and cider apple trees. Crabapples are often used as pollinators in commercial orchards, because they are very effective.