A wide selection of dessert apple trees are offered for sale. To buy and grow your own apple tree gives you the opportunity to indulge in the many tastes that they offer. From the sharp sweetness of Fiesta to the drier nutty flavour of Egremont Russet or Adam's Pearmain. To pick and eat an apple straight from the tree is to eat it at its best.
As fruit tree growers we offer a wide selection of apple trees for sale including many traditional varieties that have been with us for many years aswell as some modern varieties developed in the UK and on the continent that taste great and have good disease resistance.
Apples ripen through the autumn. You may wish to choose a selection of trees and spread the picking time. These details are provided for each variety. For a helpful overall guide click here. You can also see a summary on the 'Picking & Storage' advice page.
Apples require a pollination partner. Each variety has a flowering period between A - early and E - late. A variety can be pollinated by another of the same flowering group or one to either side. These details are provided for each variety. For an overall summary visit the pollination advice page.
Discount information - 5% on 5+ trees 10% on 10+ trees. Carriage based on quantity - see the Delivery page for more details.
Apple trees are dispatched between late November and early April when dormant.
Having ordered we will reserve and confirm your order before being in contact as soon as we can during the dormant season to arrange delivery or collection.
Well-flavoured apple - nutty, aromatic. Keeps well. A trouble free variety with golden yellow skin largely covered crimson red and patches of fine russet. Apples have a distinctive conical shape - tapering from the base to a flattened apex.More Info
A yellowish-green apple with brown russet. Yellowish white flesh with crisp & juicy with excellent flavour. Good disease resistance and keeping qualities. Very old variety, dating back to 1700s, producing excellent quality apples. Rootstock: MM106, M26, M25More Info
Beauty of Bath
A very early dessert apple picked from late July. Medium sized flat round apples largely flushed bright red interspersed with many large yellow lenticels. When ripe the apple is sweet with some acidity (1864, Bath) Rootstock: MM106More Info
An old favourite. Golden coloured striped dull red with a brown russet. Good mildew resistance. Produces large flat round apples with a distinctive nutty flavour. Being of a large size the apples can also be cooked. Rootstock: MM106, M26More Info
An interesting apple that is conical in shape with distinct ribbing. Its blood red skin is a little tough, beneath it the sweet tasting flesh is heavily pink tinged.More Info
Introduced to celebrate 50 years of Garden Organic, the UKs largest organic gardening organisation. Flavour is good with a nice sweet acid combination. Rootstock: MM106, M26More Info
Cox like apple with an excellent rich flavour. Crisp & juicy. Consistently high yielding. Yellow skin flushed red. Very good for organic growing. Also known as Red Windsor being a redder sport of Alkmene / Early Windsor. A very good early season variety. Rootstock: MM106, M26, M9More Info
Good-looking large dual-purpose apple. Yellow green flushed and striped warm orange red similar to Cox which is one of its parents. Round in shape maybe slightly conical. Sweet flavoured eater that bakes well. A trouble free reliable variety that will grow well in most parts of the UK. Rootstock: MM106, M26More Info
Court Pendu Plat
A very old variety maybe even dating back to the Romans! Produces medium sized flattish apples with green yellow skin flushed orange red that will keep into the New Year. Rich pineapple-like acidity. A slower growing variety. Later flowering Rootstock: M25More Info
Cox's Orange Pippin
A very popular eating apple. Golden flushed orange red with patches of brown russet. Very good flavour. Has been grown a lot commercially in the UK but susceptible to scab and mildew so best grown in the warmer drier parts of the UK. It has been used as a parent to produce a variety of well known apples such as Sunset, Winston, Laxton's Superb. Rootstock: MM106 & M26More Info
Cox Self Fertile
The same as Cox but benefits from being self fertile, though will crop even better if there are other apple varieties in the vicinity. Can crop better than its parent, Cox's Orange Pippin, when pollination conditions are less favourable. Rootstock MM106 & M26More Info
An old Essex variety dating back to the 1700s. Sweet yet acid taste. Gains a spicy flavour in hot dry summers. Apples appear flattened at either end and have quite distinct broad ribs from top to bottom. A russet with yellow-green skin and some brown flushing. Though the trees are of moderate vigour they are only small trees on the nursery. Rootstock: MM106More Info