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.
A dwarf rootstock for all varieties of peach, apricot and nectarine trees especially recommended for intensively grown commercial orchards. A selection from Prunus Pumila that is approx 50% smaller than if grown on...
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.
An early cooking apple, of pretty appearance ; ripe in the middle of August.
Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a sweet to subacid flavour.
A very good eating apple, similar to Barnack Beauty but sweeter and ripens earlier. It has a rich aromatic flavour.
Very firm, late cooking apple which keeps well. Tree is very upright in habit.
Was a very popular cooking apple; now superseded by Bramley, but still very popular in private gardens. Scented apple. Pick early October; will keep until April.
A very showy dessert apple, resembling Scarlet Pearmain; in use from October till Christmas.
An excellent culinary apple: in use from October to Christmas. This apple is much grown in the orchards conterminous with Northamptonshire and Leicestershire.
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