Apple Trees for sale 2015
Apples – one of the easiest fruits to grow at home, and every house should have one!
We’ve been able to gain access to a variety of Victorian grown and grafted heritage apple tree varieties from experienced horticulturist Konrad Erhardt (You can see some of his trees growing at the Grovedale Community Orchard). Varieties are selected for yield and local growing conditions, and unless indicated, root-stocks are all semi-dwarfing, so you won’t end up with massive trees.
There’s still plenty of time for apple trees to be planted – up until September, or even later. Or they will grow on quite happily in pots for the first year – if they are kept well watered.
If you need more info on a variety, just Google it 🙂
You can order the trees via the form below, pick-up is from Belmont (or by arrangement). Some are in stock now, others (if they are still available) might take a week or two to be delivered as they are not all on-site).Available apple varieties (All have now been sold, thankyou!)
|Devonshire Quarrenden||20cm||$25||M7 Rootsock, Strawberry like flavour!|
|Cox Orange Pippin||20cm||$25||Classic heratige variety, M7 Rootstock.|
|Granny Smith||30cm||$35||Popular variety, good storing.|
|Allsops Early||25cm||$33||Great for cider|
|Yarlington Mill||20cm||$25||Great for cider|
|Issac Newton||25cm||$33||From same tree as the famous gravity apple.|
|Tremlett Bitter||25cm||$33||Great for cider|
|Coxs Orange Pippin||20cm||$25|
|Jonothan||20cm||$25||Semi Dwarf (M7)|
|Gala||40cm||$44||Great size & shape|