Smooth creamy white flesh and a sweet juicy flavour.
Nuts drop out in halves. It ripens mid October and being a later nut, it is recommended for long frost free season areas like the Niagara area.
Nuts are slightly larger than CW 1 and ripens the end of the first week of October. Nuts drop out in halves.
A medium to large nut, it is very free cracking and has a pleasant flavour that resembles the butternut (J. cinerea). A heavy bearing, very hardy tree.
On trial here in the UK
Large Valentine heart shaped nut that freely drops out a mixture of whole and half nutmeats.
These are 5 named random apple trees on dwarfing rootstocks. You could get any variety be it dessert or cooker and any various heights.
Used for grafting pears and quinces, and has a good compatibility with all types of pears.
This is not a heavy cropping variety, but produces a smaller crop regularly of larger nuts.
This is on trial but produces medium size nuts and it is an early pollinator.
Similar to M26 with more yield. Support usually recommended for young orchards and reported to be better anchored than M26.
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