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C3 Bare Root Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple Tree, TRIPLOID + BEST COOKING APPLE + AWARD **FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY + FREE 100% TREE WARRANTY**

Bareroot Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple
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 £29.50 
Available Options:
Rootstock Qty
2 Year M26 grows 3.0m (+£6.00)   
Bush MM106 Grows to 3.5m (+£6.00)   
Fan/Espalier (+£7.00)   
Maiden M26 Grows to 3.0m  
Maiden MM106 grows 3.5m  

All bare root trees available November to March only. The 2019-2020 bare root season is now closed and all bare root orders will be processed for delivery in November 2020.

Buy Our Bare Root Apple Trees Because...... 

Bare Root Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple Tree Click the link for Containerised Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple Tree
Bramleys Seedling has a reputation for being a great cooking apple. A very noticeable green yellow colour with a strong acid taste and an Award from the RHS to go with it and great for juicing. Large apples and distinctive taste.

Bare Root Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple Options Explained
Maiden M26 Grows to 3.0m
1-2 years old, no pruning applied, grows to around 3.0 metres tall.
Maiden M106 Grows to 3.5m 1-2 years old, no pruning applied, grows to around 3.0 metres tall.
Fan/Espalier 1-2 years old, M26 rootstock. Comes with 3 branches for you to train as Fan or Espalier.
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.

Feeling Confused About The Amount Of Options Available For Our Bramleys Seedling 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 Bramleys Seedling Cooking Apple Trees
Month Of Fruiting: October, may keep until March
Type Of Apple: Eating and Cooking
Fertility:
(C3) NOT SELF-FERTILE. Is a Triploid see apple tree triploid pollination. Requires another apple tree in group C1,C2 or C3 close by to produce fruit.

What Our Customers Are Saying About Our Bramleys Seedling Bare Root Apple Tree
We are in the process of chasing someone for a review about this cooking apple tree because it is worth shouting about but as yet no joy.

Compare All Our Bare Root Cooking Apple Trees

Species
Self Fertile
Award
Disease Resistant
Other Prominent Characteristics
Arthur Turner(C3)
Yes
Sweet, large apples, big crop, grow anywhere, reliable.
Bountiful(C2)
Yes
Cooking and eating, grow anywhere, reliable.
Bramleys Seedling(C3)
Yes
Juicing, popular, large apples.
Grenadier(C3)
Yes
Yes
Grow anywhere, compact, good pollinator.
Howgate Wonder(C3)
Yes
Yes
Big crop, stores well.
Isaac Newton(C3) Large apples.
Lord Derby(C4)
Yes
Big crop, grow anywhere.
Monarch(C4)
Yes
Large juicy apple, big crop.
Newton Wonder(C5)
Yes
Yes
Cooking and eating, big crop, juicing, stores well.
Reverend W Wilks(C2)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Big crops.

Bare Root Apple Tree Jargon Explained
The options we give you when selecting an Apple tree are made up of the following terms. 

  M25 Mature height around 4.5 + metres, slower to reach full fruit production but much more of it.  
  MM106 Mature height of around 3.6 metres, slower to reach full fruit production but more of it compared to M9, M26 and M27.  
  M9 Grows to a final height of around 2.5 metres. Reaches full fruiting potential quite quickly.  
  M26 Grows to a final height of around 3.0 metres. Reaches full fruiting potential quite quickly.  
  M27 Grows to a final height of around 1.5 metres. Reaches full fruiting potential quickly.  
  Straight Lead 1m or clear trunk i.e. no branches    
  Cordon Pruned to produce apples very quickly (1-3 years), favoured with commercial growers. More columnar than round shape. Less of a harvest compared to MM106.  
  Bush Clear stem of 45cm before branches grow out. A vase like shape with an open centre.   
  Half Standard Clear stem of  around 1 m. Conventional tree shape e.g. lollipop,  allowing easy grass mowing or companion planting.  
  Maiden 1-2 years old, no pruning or shaping has taken place. A blank slate for you to shape and train e.g. fan or espalier. Not advisable to plant and leave, will need pruning for 2 more years.   
  Patio Ideal for container growing. Usually comes with a root stock that keeps the fruit tree quite small so can be grown in pots.  
  Self Fertile Will produce fruit without another apple tree nearby.  
  C1,C2,C3,C4,C5 If your apple tree is NOT SELF FERTILE (they will be listed if they are) then you will need a second apple tree nearby of a similar number i.e. the same or one above or one below. So an apple tree from a C3 requires a C2, C3 or C4 planted close by for it to produce fruit. Triploids are an exception, see below.  
  Bare Root Available from November to March only. Comes with no pot or dirt around roots and is cheaper than potted options. Orders purchased outside this time will be held for delayed delivery until the next season starts.  
  1 or 2 Year How old the tree is. The roots are usually 2 years older than the rest of the tree.  
  TRIPLOID You have a selfish tree. It will be pollinated by other trees but the pollen it has to offer is useless. See TRIPLOID POLLINATION for more information.  

Planting A Maiden Apple Tree And Leaving
The tree will grow but will likely have problems. You may have long thin branches that snap under the weight of a heavy apples crop, the foliage could become too dense trapping moisture and allowing disease in and it may have an odd unbalanced shape to it. We strongly advise pruning for 3 years. Have a look on Youtube for pruning maiden fruit trees.  
   
Bare Root Apple Tree Ages And Heights
Heights vary depending on root stock however 1.25 to 2 metres tall is an average apple tree height at delivery.

Bareroot Season
All bare root plants need to be planted between November and March whereas our containerised apple trees can be planted all year round. Height can be restricted by pruning or putting the apple tree in a container to restrict growth (minimum 30 litres, smaller the pot, smaller the tree will be)

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 UK
As 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 Garden
Air 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.   

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