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Bramley's Seedling Apple Tree

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Firm, juicy, sharply acid flesh, and late to mature. Bramley's Seedling Apple is a traditional cooking apple of the British Isles. The fruit is large, flat, greenish yellow with broad broken brown and red stripes.

Bramley's Seedling cooks to perfection with rich juice and no hard pieces. These qualities make it a good apple for making cider, and it is extremely high in Vitamin C content. The tree is large, a vigorous grower, and has a spreading habit.

It blooms late, will survive during a frost period, and is a heavy, regular bearer. It requires a pollinator and ripens early October to early November depending on location. 

*Striped Flat Large Fruit

*Vigorous Growth

*Excellent Cooking Apple


Plant Facts

Family Malus 'bramley's seedling'
Mature Height Semi-Dwarf: 15 - 25 Feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 5-7
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Characteristics Firm, tart
Bloom Period Mid-Season
Harvest Period September

Bramley's Seedling Apple Tree.

Rating: 4.5/5 based on 2 review(s)
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Cooking apple Review by Clara
I love making apple pies and the Bramley's Seedling is the best cooking apple I have ever used. Very difficult to find these days.
Great Apple for Pies, sauces, and baking Review by Georgie
Love this apple tree. I would really like to see naturehills stock more.

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