Summer Apples

What could be finer than eating apples from your own garden?

We have a large range of apple trees, in various shapes and sizes: spindle, low stem or half-stem apple trees.
There are various apple varieties which are self-pollinating, for example the apple James Grieve or the Beauty of Bath. Other apple varieties do need a pollinator. You will find the right pollinator in the description of the apple varieties concerned.

Summer apples are picked from the tree when they are ripe and can be eaten immediately. It is better not to wait until the apples fall from the tree, as they are then overripe. They are not storage apples, like autumn and winter apples.
The advantage of summer apples is that they ripen earlier and do not have to ripen afterwards. You can enjoy them right away!

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