Apple Greensleeves Tree 15L MM106
Two Large Trees for £69
The Greensleeves apple tree produces orchard apples mid-way during the season. Renowned for their crisp and juicy flavour, these refreshing apples are simply irresistible! The Greensleeves apple tree needs to be planted in a fully sunny spot in your garden, where it will blossom year after year! This hardy tree needs back-filling with soil mixed with a peat substitute and a suitable fertiliser to ensure it gets off to the best start possible.
The Greensleeves apple tree requires pollination from either:
Apple Cox's Orange Pippin
Apple James Grieve
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.
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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