Malus Domestica Mature Tree




In spring the first leaves unfurl a bright pale green, and are soon followed by pale pink blossom carrying five individual petals. Deep pink buds open into paler star-shapes with golden stamens. The perfect pink petals ripen into tiny firm apples that gradually swell over the summer months. The foliage also gathers pace, bursting out in a darker green with feathered edges. The blossom stage is extremely attractive and it is worth growing Braeburn apples trees for this long.

These specimens are extremely mature and have been fruiting prolifically for a good number of years, they have the appearance of a fruit tree that you my have seen as a child in an orchard garden, absolutely gorgeous tree and fruit.

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280L 30-40cm girth, Airpot 35-40cm girth