Apple Blenheim Orange Tree 15L MM106
Two Large Trees for £69
The Blenheim Orange Orchard Apple Tree produces dessert or culinary apples towards the end of the season with a rich, aromatic flavour, best enjoyed around Christmas time. Blenheim apples are renowned for their characteristic orange flush, which gives them the traditional English apple appearance. The Apple tree is best situated in full sun and is fully hardy, growing to a striking feature in any garden, especially when in blossom during the summer. The apples, once cooked, produce a fabulous puree, making them an ideal ingredient in all sorts of recipes. This tree produces apples for a multitude of uses, and is a very popular choice in the UK.
The Blenheim Orange requires pollination from either:
Apple Cox's Orange Pippin
Apple Ellison's Orange
Apple Laxton's Fortune
Apple Worcester Pearmain
Important: Due to the size of our Apple tree range we are only able to dispatch them on our standard delivery service even if speedy delivery is selected and paid for at the checkout.
Variety: 'Blenheim Orange'
Soil Type: Fertile
Aspect: Full sun
Foliage Colour: green
Flower Colour: pink
Moisture: Moist, Well drained
Planting: Back-fill with soil mixed with peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser
Care: Keep moist in first year
Award of Garden Merit: No
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