Malus domestica 'Bramley's Seedling'
The English are particular about their cooking apples, and this large, round, green-yellow apple with red stripes is widely celebrated for its intense, sub-acid flavor that really shines in tarts, pies, and sauces. Bramley apples are firm and juicy and they cook to smooth perfection, while holding all their powerful apple flavor! When ripe, Bramley can be good for fresh eating, if you love a strong sweet-and-sour bite! In addition to their fantastic cooking qualities, Bramley is rated among the highest in phytonutrients, making it healthful and delicious!
A vigorous triploid growing with a spreading form, these trees bear heavily and regularly. Disease resistance includes scab and mildew. Does not make viable pollen and will not pollinate other apple trees, but requires a pollinizer. Ripens mid-fall, just in time to make cozy treats! Bloom group 5.
USDA Zone: 4-9
Mature Height: Semi to 15', Standard to 25'
Sun: Full Sun
Ripening Time: Mid Fall
Pollination: Triploid; Requires Pollination but is Pollen Sterile
Semi-Dwarf Rootstock: MM106
Standard Rootstock: Antonovka
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