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Key to Apple Graft Heights:
M9: Dwarf tree height 3m. Suits well drained, fertile soils. Not suitable for heavy clay soils. Requires tree support due to shallow root system.
M26: Dwarf best in good, free draining soil can be grown without tree support in sheltered areas.
MM106: Semi Dwarf - height 4.5m. Good on most soils except poorly drained sites.
# Pollination - Apples are normally self-fertile, or at least partially, but fruit set can be improved through cross-pollination with other apple varieties planted nearby. Trees on neighbouring properties will also assist pollination. Some of the best all-round pollinators are ‘Braeburn’, ‘Gala’, ‘Golden Delicious’, ‘Liberty' 'Peasgood nonsuch' and ‘Splendour’.   Crab apples are also noted as being good pollinators for eating varieties.

Fruit Variety Description  Pollinators Fruiting Season Retail 
Apple Adore (MM106) Adore fruit is tasty, crisp and juicy. The fruit ripens mid season and stores well for 2-3 months. Black spot resistant so is very easy to grow. Self fertile.  (Cultivar: Delfloga). #                        (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Ariane (MM106) Ripening in late summer, Ariane trees produce medium sized fruit with a sweet/sharp balanced flavour. The fruit is delicious eaten straight from the tree or refrigerated for winter eating. Black spot resistant. Self fertile. #                        (see pollination note above) Mid  $49.99
Apple Autento (Dwarf) Bright red skin. Cream flesh has a nice texture and is firm, sweet and juicy. Grows in a tidy pyramidal shape. Shows good disease resistance. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Blush Babe (Dwarf) Delicious full-sized crispy red fruit.  Good natural disease resistance and little pruning is needed. Grows to just 2 meters tall with a mop-head habit. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $54.99
Apple Ballerina Bolero (Dwarf) The world’s most compact apple tree! Attractive white tinged pink spring blossom with shining green eating apples with a golden blush. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $54.99
Apple Ballerina Maypole (Dwarf) Masses of large beautiful carmine spring flowers followed by large purple red crab apples. Ideal for making jelly. #                       (see pollination note above)    $54.99
Apple Ballerina Polka (Dwarf) The world’s most compact apple tree! Green skin, blushed red when exposed to the sun. Crisp and juicy with a very good flavour. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $54.99
Apple Ballerina Samba (Dwarf) A truly stunning spring display with vibrant carmine blossom and bronzy red new growth. In summer masses of very decorative, deep red crab apples make great jelly. #                       (see pollination note above)    $54.99
Apple Ballerina Waltz (Dwarf) Medium to large fruit with a solid red skin on exposed areas. Crisp and juicy with a slight tang. Suitable for fresh fruit, drying and cooking. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $54.99
Apple Baujade ( M9 or MM106) New French Granny Smith type apple, ripening late in the season. Medium size, sweet and aromatic. Well suited to warmer areas. #                       (see pollination note above) Late  $49.99
Apple Belle de Boskoop (MM106) A large yellowish russeted apple. Popular as a cooking and eating apple. It is firm, crisp and tart. Full flavoured and gets sweeter in storage. Stores for 3-4 months and more. Heritage apple. #                       (see pollination note above) Late  $49.99
Apple Blenheim Orange (M9) One of the most famous English apples. Orangey yellow, slightly russet skin. Large, crisp, sweet, juicy flesh that is rich and aromatic with a distinctive nutty flavour. Cooks well. A true dual purpose apple. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid to Late  $49.99
Apple Braeburn Discovered near Motueka, this crisp sweet apple is a favourite of many. Stores well. #                       (see pollination note above) Late $49.99
Apple Bramleys Seedling Popular cooker with firm, tart and acid flesh yet sweet with a good flavour and plenty of juice. Medium to large round fruit. Excellent keeping qualities. Hardy and vigorous tree. Heritage. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid to Late $49.99
Apple Cox's Orange (Pippin) Semi-sweet dessert apple. Rich, aromatic, nutty flovoured flesh makes this older vaiety still hugely popular. Red flushes on light yellow skin.

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(see pollination note above)

Early to Mid  $49.99
Apple  Cox's Orange  Sharp and tangy flavour. Medium sized flat apple. #
(see pollination note above)
Early to Mid  $49.99
Apple Divine (M9) Fruit is mildly sweet flavoured with moderate acidity and light cottony crisp flesh- very similar to Royal gala. Late summer picking. Black spot resistant.  Self fertile. Late  $49.99
Apple Egremont Russet Very rich sweet, nutty flavour, with very firm flesh and distinctive thick olive green-brown skin. Vigorous tree yet with compact growth - suitable for container growing. Heritage Apple. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $49.99
Apple Fuji (M9) Super sweet, super juicy, super crisp Japanese apple. Stores very well for several months. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Gala (M9) Wonderful apple with reddish-orange skin, striped over yellow. Crisp, dense, aromatic flesh with nice blend of sweetness and tartness, rich flavour. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Granny Smith Aussie classic with large green fruit with white, tart, crisp and juicy flesh. Well balanced flavour. Excellent keeper. Suits most climates. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Hetlina Reliable crops of medium sized firm and crisp red fruit that are good eating. High health tree. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid $49.99
Apple Initial (M9, MM106) An exceptionally good eating red apple with high aroma, low acid and high sugar. Easy to grow and disease and pest tolerant. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $49.99
Apple Lady in Red (M9) (Pink Lady) Fruit from this 'lady in red' is pink-red blushed with pure white flesh. Flavour is perfectly balanced between tartness and sweetness. #
(see pollination note above)
   $49.99
Apple Liberty (M9) (M106) Tops in flavour. Attractive red blushed apples with crisp, juicy and well-balanced sweet-tart flavour. Heavy bearer. Disease resistant. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $49.99
Apple Monty’s Surprise A crisp, good eating apple that also cooks well. Fruit can be very large on a vigorous, high health tree. Fruit shiny red over light green background. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $49.99
Apple Mother Red apple highly recommended for every fruit connoisseur’s garden! Excellent flavour - sweet, perfumed and distinctive. Bears young, with heavy crops but is not always a regular cropper. Tolerates cool summers, very cold winters. #                       (see pollination note above) Late+  $49.99
Apple Peasgood’s Nonsuch (M9) Great cooking apple - cooks to a puree. Juicy fresh eating apple with large regular shape.  Heritage Apple. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $49.99
Apple Royal Gala (M9) (MM106) Creamy, fine textured, crisp, sweet and juicy flesh. Regarded as one of the world’s finest apples. Matures in February. #                       (see pollination note above) Mid  $49.99
Apple Sturmer (MM106) Green, blushed bronze skin and very firm acid but sweet and juicy flesh. A great cooker and makes excellent cider. Very high in Vitamin C. #                       (see pollination note above) Late  $49.99
Apple Tydemans Late Orange Heritage variety. Late season. Firm flesh, very juicy. Crops well.   Late Season Unavailable 2017 
Apple Winter Banana (MM106) This late (winter) variety produces a medium to large pale yellow thin, soft skin fruit with rose blush.The flesh is crisp, juicy, coarse and aromatic in flavour. Great for juicing and cooking. Grows well in warmer climates. A good pollinator. #                       (see pollination note above) Late  $49.99
Apple Worcester Pearmain (MM106) Bright red, medium sized fruit, crisp and juicy with an intense strawberry flavour. Very sweet and loved by children. Very heavy bearer. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $49.99
Apple  DOUBLE - Hetlina / Monty's Surprise (individual descriptions listed above)      $79.99
Apple DOUBLE - Liberty / Baujade (individual descriptions listed above)      $79.99
Apple DOUBLE - Liberty / Sir Prize  Sir Prize Large yellow GoldenDelicious -type apple      $79.99
Apple DOUBLE -Royal Gala / Braeburn  (individual descriptions listed above)      $79.99
Espalier Apple Baujade New French Granny Smith type apple, ripening late in the season. Medium size, sweet and aromatic. Well suited to warmer areas. #                       (see pollination note above) Late  $79.99
Espalier Apple Initial An exceptionally good eating red apple with high aroma, low acid and high sugar. Easy to grow and disease and pest tolerant. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $79.99
Espalier Apple Liberty Tops in flavour. Attractive red blushed apples with crisp, juicy and well-balanced sweet-tart flavour. Heavy bearer. Disease resistant. #                       (see pollination note above) Early  $79.99

Please note: numbers are limited on certain varieties.