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APPLE, BRAMLEY'S ORIGINAL
Malus domestica Bramley's Original

APPLE, BRAMLEY'S ORIGINAL (Malus domestica Bramley's Original)
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The original tree was grown from a pip in the early 1800s in Nottingham by Mary Ann Brailsford and it was propagated by a local nurseryman in the 1850s, but by then the property where the tree was growing was owned by the local butcher, Mr. Bramley and he insisted on the tree bearing his name. It should really be Brailford's Seedling! Abundant apples with firm pale yellow flesh, acid, excellent cooker. Green with red stripes. Very vigorous. Propagated from the original Bramley tree, so has excellent quality.

Season of Use: Nov.-Mar. Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)

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 M26 Br
20.95

POLLINATORS FOR APPLE, BRAMLEY'S ORIGINAL

This plant is in pollination group 2. It is a Triploid and provides little pollen, therefore should not be used as a pollinator. To pollinate this tree and the other trees please select 2 different pollinators from groups 1, 2 or 3 (listed below).

DescriptionSeason of UseCooker/Desert DescriptionSeason of UseCooker/Desert
Arthur TurnerAug-OctCulinary (Suitable for Cooking) Ashmead's KernelDec-MarDesert Fruit
Beauty of BathEarly AugDesert Fruit Black TauntonNov.For Cider Making
BountifulOct-JanCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert Fruit BraeburnOct-JanDesert Fruit
Charles RossOct-NovCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert Fruit Chivers DelightNov.-Jan.Desert Fruit
Christmas PippinOct-JanDesert Fruit Core BlimeyOct-JanDesert Fruit
Cox's Self-FertileOct-JanDesert Fruit Dabinett (Cider)Nov.For Cider Making
DiscoveryAug-SeptDesert Fruit Egremont RussetOct-DecDesert Fruit
Ellison's OrangeSept-OctDesert Fruit FiestaOct-MarDesert Fruit
Golden DeliciousNov.-Feb.Desert Fruit Herefordshire Redstreak (Cider)NovFor Cider Making
Herefordshire RussetSept-JanDesert Fruit Howgate WonderOct-JanCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)
James GrieveSept-OctCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert Fruit KatySeptDesert Fruit
Kidd's Orange RedOct-FebDesert Fruit King of the PippinsOct-JanCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert Fruit
Kingston BlackNov.For Cider Making Laxton's SuperbNov-MarDesert Fruit
Red DevilSept-JanDesert Fruit Red FalstaffOct-MarDesert Fruit
Red PippinOct-MarDesert Fruit Red WindsorAug-Mid OctDesert Fruit
Royal GalaLate Sept-DecDesert Fruit ScrumptiousSept-OctDesert Fruit
SunsetNov-DecDesert Fruit SurpizeSep-DecDesert Fruit
Tickled PinkLate Sept.Culinary (Suitable for Cooking)Desert Fruit Tom Putt (Cider)Sept-NovCulinary (Suitable for Cooking)For Cider Making
Winter GemOct-MarDesert Fruit Worcester PearmainAug-SeptDesert Fruit

Key: CookerCooking Apple, Dessert AppleDessert fruit, Suitable for Cider MakingCider Apple.

Crab apples such as Golden Hornet and John Downie also are good pollinators for all apples. In areas where there are many apple trees already growing it may not be necessary to plant an extra pollinator.


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