(NOT TO SA, TAS) (Malus domestica) English heirloom dating back to 1809. First grown by Mary Ann Brailsford when a young girl from pips from an apple she was eating at the time. Her property was later sold to a local butcher names Matthew Bramley in 1846. A few years later the tree was noticed by a local nurseryman Henry Merryweather, who approached Matthew Bramley requesting cuttings. Permission was granted on the condition that any trees be named after himself.
Large, vigorous tree. Very large apple, two to three times the weight of regular eating apples. Flattened fruit with vivid green skin becoming red on the side facing the sunlight. Resistant to apple scab & mildew. Used primarily as a cooking apple.
You will receive 1 scion wood only (ie. a cutting from the parent tree). It will come packaged in a moisture sealed & labelled bag. While ideally it should be grafted onto your existing tree, or planted as soon as you receive it in the mail, the scion may be placed in the fridge for storage (1-4 months) Our scions are harvested from the trees in July each year & then posted to customers Late July / August.
Orders for scions are able to be placed at any time throughout the year.
All scion varieties are sold subject to availability.
ORCHARD LABEL Long lasting Orchard Labels with fruit type & variety name - similar to those seen in Botanical Gardens. May be either tied to a side branch with wire or chain, attached to a timber stake beside the tree with a screw or attached directly onto the tree using a galvanised long screw & spring to allow space for growth. Width: 75mm
Material: 1.6mm UV Stable High Impact & Scratch Resistant Acrylic Resin For more information CLICK HERE
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