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Fruit ripening time: March


With a reliably mild and sweet flavour, this apple is a popular supermarket variety, but a home-grown Gala picked ripe from the tree is even better!


Orange-yellow skin, highlighted with streaks of red.


Uses: Excellent fresh eating, also useful for juicing, used in salads, sauces and cooking.


Tree Size: 

Dwarf: Can be kept to 1.5 m and grown in containers. Must be staked.


Semi-dwarf: 3 - 5 m tall, depending on shape 


Pollinators: Akané, Braeburn, Brown’s Apple, Cleopatra, Cripps Pink, Cox’s Orange Pippin, Democrat, Esopus Spitzenburg, Fuji, Granny Smith, Improved Fox Whelp, Jonathan, Kingston Black, Northern Spy, Pine Gold Pippin, Red Delicious, Splendour, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Worcester Pearmain, Yarlington Mill and white flowering Crabapples, especially ‘Gorgeous’ which is highly recommended for pollination.


Flowering Group 4 and partially self-fertile, however pollination is greatly improved with a pollination partner



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