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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 dessert apple trees for sale including many traditional varieties that have been with us for many years as well as some modern varieties developed in the UK and on the continent that taste great and have good disease resistance. Trees are available as barerooted one year ‘maiden’ trees.
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 March when dormant.
We have now brought sales to an end for winter 2021-22 with dormancy coming to an end. We are now looking forward to growing a fresh crop for winter 2022-23 which we will make available to reserve from July well ahead of supply from late November.
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A regular heavy cropping apple. At its best late September, early October – of excellent refreshing taste, sweet & juicy. Flushed and striped red over green yellow base. Apples round, slightly conical and smooth skinned. Compact grower, good for small gardens. Lord Lambourne fruits partially tip-bearing, but grows well as an espalier.
Pollination group – B Picking time – September Storage until – November