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Anna Apple (dwarf)

Low chill variety suitable for subtropics. Quality eating apple, fruits well in colder climates. Flowers very early, best crossed with Dorsett Golden or Ein Shemer. Will keep well if refrigerated. Pollination Group: PG0 Uses: Eating Harvest: Jan - Feb...

Beauty of Bath Apple (dwarf)

Awarded a First Class Certificate from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1887, it become one of the most important early dessert apples in the UK. Resistant to scab. One of the earliest to ripen. Pollination Group: PG2 Uses: Eating Harvest: late Dec -...

Gravenstein Apple (dwarf)

Considered by many to be one of the best all round apples in the world. Said to have originated either in the garden of the Duke of Augustenberg, Castle of Graefenstein, Schleswig-Holstein or in Italy or Southern Tyrol and sent to Schleswig-Holstein, or...

Irish Peach Apple (dwarf)

Introduced to England from Ireland in 1820, a vigorous tree bearing good crops. Crisp, juicy, pale cream flesh. Good balance of sugar and acidity. Has excellent flavour for an early apple and is best eaten from the tree. Pollination Group: PG2 Uses:...

Red Gravenstein Apple (dwarf)

Apple Red Gravenstein is a splendid red apple that is a sport of Gravenstein a famous eating apple. Red Gravenstein was found by Van Sent V. Whipple in Washington, USA in 1907-1908. It is the same as the Gravenstein except the large fruit has mottled...

Tropic Sweet Apple (dwarf)

A low chill apple similar to the McIntosh developed by the University of Florida. Bears two weeks before Anna. On a semi dwarfing rootstock, ideal for backyard plantings and container specimens.Compatible for pollination with Anna and Golden Dorsett. ...