(NOT TO SA, TAS) (Malus domestica) American heirloom dating back to 1890. A chance seedling found by A. H. Mullins from Clay County in West Virginia. Thought to be from a seed of the variety 'Grimes Golden'. First introduced in 1914 by Stark Brothers. One of the most commonly used apples in France for patries. Yellowish green fruit with juicy, sweet flavour. Highly aromatic. Best when left to ripen on the tree. Stores well. Used for both fresh eating & cooking.
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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