Apple Tree Reviews
Newest Review: ... space to accommodate it as it grew. I also knew we'd need other apple trees nearby to pollinate it. There were a few but I ... more
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Customer Apple Tree Reviews (2)
by - written on 15/10/11, updated on 15/10/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
If I could have just one thing in our garden it would be an apple tree, our beloved Bramley Seedling to be precise. I planted this in our current garden twenty years ago, just as I had at our previous house, and I would do so again without hesitation. Once established, both trees have rewarded us with a reliable crop of superb cooking apples every autumn - sufficient to provide desserts well into the winter months and sometimes beyond. We also have a number of smaller dessert apples grown as cordons, which help pollinate the Bramley and produce a useful crop of 'eating apples'. There are plenty of authoritative sources of information and advice on cultivating ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 144 readings)
We've all heard the saying 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away' and there is more than a grain of truth in the old saw. Apples have been found to lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of developing some cancers and there is also evidence to support the theory that they may protect against developing Alzheimer's Disease. On top of that, they are also an attractive and tasty fruit. Although more northerly parts of Britain are still shivering in the final days of Winter, here in the southern counties, the last couple of days have really held the promise of Spring with plenty of sunshine and a hint of warmth beginning to creep into the air. Whilst checking out ... Read the complete review
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Tastes wonderful in many dishes.
Grows in light shade, can be sown direct in the ground & seems resistant to garden pests
There is no point in growing it.
can be prone to garden pests
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