Malus Bramley Seedling

Bramley Seedling Apple, Cooking Apple Bramley, Bramley Apple

The white, pink blushed, flowers in spring provide a lovely display and like other Malus, this variety is best suited to heavier but well drained soils

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A superb and well known cooking apple that produces large green fruits. It has been in cultivation for over 200 years and many a house buyer inherits one with their new purchase as it had been widely planted during this period.

The Bramley Seedling is triploid, meaning it will need two other apples nearby to act as pollinaters.

The original tree resides in Nottinghamshire, it grew from pips planted by Mary Ann Brailsford as a child in the early 1800s.

The white, pink blushed, flowers in spring provide a lovely display and like other Malus, this variety is best suited to heavier but well drained soils. The abundant fruit crop can be harvested by autumn.

Mature heights and crown spread can vary depending on environmental conditions

Mature Height: 3-7m

Mature spread: 4-6m

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Bramley Seedling Apple, Cooking Apple Bramley, Bramley Apple
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