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Bare Root Bountiful Apple Tree Click The Link For Containerised Bountiful Apple Tree All our bare root Bountiful cooking and eating apples have good resistance to disease Our bareroot Bountiful apple trees also have Chuck Norris characteristics e.g. tough enough to keep their shape when cooked making them ideal as toppings for pies. They are also quite crispy.
It is a very modern apple tree because it was bred by the East Malling Research Station in the 1960's.
Bountiful Apple trees are also good for growing in most parts of the UK because they tolerate most of our extremes of weather. This of course excludes "The Day After Tomorrow" tidal waves, wind speeds measured by warp factors and frost temperatures only found in the vacuum of space. Bare Root Bountiful Cooking and Eating Apple Options Explained Maiden MM106 grows 3.5m 1-2 years old, no pruning applied, grows to around 3.5 metres tall. Maiden M26 Grows to 3.0m 1-2 years old, no pruning applied, grows to around 3.0 metres tall. Bush MM106 Grows to 3.5m 2-3 years old, pruned to be a bush shape. grows to around 3.5 metres tall. 2 Year M26 grows 3.0m 2-3 years old, pruned to be a bush shape, grows to around 3.0 metres tall. Half Standard 2-3 years old, pruned to be a lollipop shape, grows to around 3.00 metres tall, M26 Rootstock Fan/Espalier 1-2 years old, M26 rootstock. Comes with 3 branches for you to train as Fan or Espalier.
Feeling Confused About The Amount Of Options Available For Our Bountiful Cooking Apple Tree? The average Joe/Jane will go for a 2-3 year old Bush or Half Standard on M26 or M106. Most Important Information About Bountiful Cooking Apple Trees Month Of Fruiting: September, may keep until November. Type Of Apple: Eating and Cooking Fertility: (C2) NOT SELF-FERTILE. Requires another apple tree in group C1,C2 or C3 close by to produce fruit.
Bare Root Apple Tree Jargon ExplainedThe options we give you when selecting an Apple tree are made up of the following terms.
Select the root stock you desire from the list above or if you are unsure, telephone us on 0800 043 1057 or use the enquiry page.
Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Tree?9 out of 10 times the answer will be no, especially if under 200cm tall. However our article on Tree Staking should help guide you.
All Our Trees Are Grown In The UKAs far as we know, none of our trees have sneaked off for holidays abroad and so are UK Grown.Planting In The Corner Of A GardenAir and light is reduced in this location which could promote fungus and bacterial issues. If the corner is of the house and a fence then you also have leeching issues to contend with from cement and wood preservatives. Also when it rains, that area would experience higher water levels so we advise against it unless the plant is very hardy.