All fruit trees certified virus free with a FREE FRUIT TREE WARRANTY. Most are UK seeds/grown with up to 4 years root and 2 years tree growth or more. Smaller rootstocks can bear fruit the first year. Looking to buy several fruit trees? Click here for our FREE FRUIT TREE OFFER. All basic pruning requirements completed before delivery.
This Is Considered An Easy Apple Tree, For More Easy Apple Trees Click Easy Apples
This is because it is SELF FERTILE and can be planted by itself and still produce apples. This means you can pretty much plant these where ever you like. Usual exceptions apply such as submarine window box and active volcano orchards.
Red Windsor Apple Tree
Becoming well-known because of its superb Cox type flavour and very heavy crops, Red Windsor (Malus domestica 'Red Windsor') is a frost hardy apple tree, especially at blossom time. It has very compact growth which makes it ideal as a garden apple variety. Easy to grow with good disease resistance, we recommend Red Windsor whole heartedly. This apple is the product of the cross between the apple varieties Cox's Orange Pippin x Sport of Alkmene and was first introduced in 1985.
Considered good for juicing , growing across the UK and for Patio growing so if you are a Scottish apple juice addict living in a flat then the Red Windsor apple tree is for you.
A good pollinator for other apple trees because of the abundance of blossom in the Spring.
Month of Picking: SeptemberType of Apple: Eating/Cooking
Self-fertile/Not self-fertile: This apple is self-fertile and does not require another apple to act as a pollination partner.
This apple is in flowering period is C2.
Quick Fruit Tree Links
Take a look at our TOP SELLING FRUIT TREES, Wet ground issues then choose a PEAR TREE first, followed by APPLE TREES. For more information on pollination please look at POLLINATION EXPLAINED or choosing the CORRECT POLLINATION PARTNER
Fruit Tree Life Expectancy
Most fruit trees will give you AT LEAST 40 years of fruit. Pears can go to 70. Records of 200 year old trees exist but this is the exception, not the rule.
Do I Need To Stake My Bare Root Fruit 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.
Growing Our Trees In The UK
To date, we have checked the passports of our trees and none seem to have sneaked off for non UK holidays so all are UK grown.