Apple Bramleys Seedling Fruit Trees
Apple Bramleys Seedling Fruit Trees. (Cooking) Green or greenish-yellow fruits. Very popular cooking apple needing little introduction. Pick in October.
Bramleys Seedling or Malus domestica is one of the most well known and popular of the cooking Apples the skin is green or greenish yellow in colour and to enjoy its full potential is best eaten cooked as the flesh can be tart or sour to taste. A firm favourite with bakers and chefs alike owing to its full strong flavour. When sliced in pies, puddings and tarts Bramley Apples will keep their shape, one of many reasons why this iis the bnations favourite cooking apple.
Apple Bramleys Seedling fruit trees are vigorous growing tree with very pretty blossom in late Spring and is grown on the semi dwarfing rootstock MM106 which will reach a mature height of approximately 10 to 12 feet.
As with all Apples they are best grown with other varieties to ensure good pollination The Bramleys seedling is a Group 3 and our other varieties Cox and Discovery are compatible and ideally suited for cross pollination.
A tree with a long life span making it a welcome addition to any small garden or orchard. The fruit is at its best if picked in October.
Bramleys Seedling fruit trees are supplied as sturdy 2 year old bare root plants, available for delivery in season from November-March which is the ideal time for planting. When planting all new fruit trees we strongly recommend adding Rootgrow to give them the very best start.