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Apple — Pink Lady DWARF

Malus Domestica 'Pink Lady'

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A very popular tree which has been grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock (60% of standard) and still produces full size fruit ! Pink Lady apple trees require a medium to high chill area and a pollinator to produce its creamy aromatic fruit. Is medium to large in size, a round conical shape and pink/red over a green/ yellow background. Apples store well and mature in May after the Pinkabelle. Vigorous tree best in a sunny position in well drained soils. Is a dwarf variety which crops heavily thus requires good watering and staking/ support.

Maturity: Early May

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Apple — Sundowner

Malus domestica 'Sundowner'

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Sundowner is a low chill variety with white lenticel spots on the skin and can store for a long period of time.

Maturity: approximately Mid May

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Apple — Sundowner DWARF

Malus domestica 'Sundowner'

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A well known variety which has been grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock (60% of standard) and still produces full size fruit ! Sundowner are a late, low chill variety, with medium conical shaped fruit. Red with lenticel spots on skin and a firm white center. Fruit matures mid May and has wonderful storage capabilities. Requires a pollinator use any variety EXCEPT Anna and Dorset Gold. Plant in full sun in an open drained position. Trees crop heavily and set well so water regularly and provide a support structure a stake or wire trellis is perfect!

Maturity: Mid May

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Apple — Lady Williams

Malus domestica 'Lady Williams'

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Lady Williams is a late variety, medium chill apple producing excellent crops. Can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried.

Maturity: approximately June

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Apple — Lady Williams DWARF

Malus domestica 'Lady Williams'

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This excellent cropping tree has been grafted onto a dwarfing rootstock (60% of standard) and still produces full size fruit !Lady Williams is a late variety, medium chill apple, maturing in June. Fruit is medium sized round and conical. The skin is red blush with slightly greenish stripes and a firm crisp white flesh. Good for long storage and can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried. Trees need pollinators and produce copious amounts of fruit therefore extra care is required. You must water well and stake to give extra support !

Maturity: June

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