Product Code: MDB-PG-100/125-C5
Bramley Seedling Apple Tree - Cooking Apple
- Bramley apples are considered the queen of cooking apples due to their acidic flavour and the way they cook to a fluffy puree.
- Supplied as 2 year old bush, (nursery pruned), Potted (April-October) or Bareroot (November-March) ready to plant in the garden.
- No VAT on Fruit
Bramley apples are heavy croppers producing very large apples. Season of use - Nov - March. Bramley is a triploid and requires a pollinator - best with DISCOVERY.
Bramley apples are very large, mainly green with a reddish blush on the side facing the sun. Being acidic they are the queen of cooking apples, especially apple sauce.
Where to Plant
Plant full sun, well drained soil. Can be pruned annually but often crops more heavily on alternating years. Partial Tip Bearer.
For more information - Planting Guide for Apples
**Scot Plants Direct can only supply bareroot plants when they are dormant during the winter months from November to April annually.
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