Apple (Malus) Bountiful tree
Cox’s Orange Pippin x Lane’s Prince Albert.
Soft juicy fruit which is light and sweet when cooked. Slices retain their shape. A good garden tree. (Kent 1964)
A two year tree. Grown in the field to the maiden stage followed by a final year as container grown. A minimum of 3 branches and summer pruned (according to variety) to form an evenly balanced shape with a clear stem of 0.45m. Minimum height 1.10m.
- Comparatively trouble free
- Suitable for planting in any UK district
- Use - Eating/Cooking
- Rootstock MM106 (see below)
- Flowering group 2 (see below)
- Disease resistance
- Picking month - Late September
- Stores until November
- M.27 - Very Dwarf: Produces the true mini tree, varieties reaching no more than 2M with little support required, excellent for the small garden.
- M.9 - Dwarf: Very productive but needs permanent staking for support. Ideal for cordons.
- M.26 - Semi Dwarf: Requires support on most sites. Good for bush and cordon in limited spaces.
- M.116 - Medium: 10% less vigorous than MM.106, phytophora/collar rot and woolly aphid resistant.
- MM.106 - Semi Vigorous: General Purpose, suitable for bush, cordon and half standards of most varieties, staking only required on sites which are exposed. Wooly aphid resistant.
- MM.111 - Vigorous:As for MM.106 but more ideal for half standards, no staking required
- M.25 - Very Vigorous: Ideal for full standard and straight leads
Please allow up to five days for delivery. Pictures in this listing are library pictures that reflect the trees' main qualities and are for reference only
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