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Common Name: Crab Apple Plant Family: Rosaceae Plant Type: Hardy Tree
A medium size tree, useful for its blossom, which will pollinate other apples and attracts bees. The attractive cherry-sized deep red fruit can persist into the winter for birds to enjoy, but you can pick some to make into delicious jellies and jams. Also acts as a pollinator for any early flowering Apple. Half-standard.
POT SIZE/QUANTITY: POT GROWN TREERHS Award of Garden Merit: YesSeason of Interest: WinterBee and Butterfly: BeeSun or Shade: SunHeight: large (up to 12 feet)Minimum temperature: HardyPosition/Situation: ShelteredPlanting Style: OrchardFlower Colour: WhiteBerries or Fruit: YesHabit/Shape: TreeSoil Type: Normal, well-drained but moisture retentiveCooking Use: Jellies and Jams
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Malus (Apple) domestica 'Cox's Self Fertile'£30.00
Dessert (eating) Apple. A form of the popular variety, with superior quality fruit with a sweet flavour, ripens in October and keeps into January.
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Malus (Apple) domestica 'Discovery'£45.00
An excellent dessert apple ripening early in August-September, will store for a few weeks. Fairly compact so good for smaller gardens. Pollination group 3, plant near another group 2,3 or 4 group Apple. Half-standard