An early fruiting deciduous variety with bright crimson coloured fruits. Covered in white flowers throughout spring, followed by crisp, juicy dessert apples in autumn. These apples do not store well so should be eaten as fresh as possible.
Disease and frost resistance is good. Firm fruit that is excellent for eating and for juicing. Its compact form makes it suitable for training and a good choice for the smaller garden.
As this apple is not self-fertile, it will require a pollinator. Compatible pollinators are:
- Apple domestica 'Egremont Russet'
- Apple domestica 'James Grieve'
- Apple domestica 'Katy'
- Apple domestica 'Spartan'
- Apple domestica 'Charles Ross'
- Apple domestica 'Golden Delicious'
- Apple domestica 'Grenadier'
Pollination group B
- Best Features: Rootstock MM106
- Common Name: Apple
- Eventual Height: 3m to 4m
- Eventual Spread: 3m to 4m
- Flower Colour: White
- Flowering Time: Spring
- Growth: Average to fast
- Hardiness: Fully hardy
- Latin Name: Malus domestica Discovery
- Position: Full sun
- Soil Type: Any moist, well drained soil
- Prune all dead or broken stems leaving strong branches. Use sharp secateurs or saw to make a clean cut.
Usually supplied in a 10-15 litre pot. If this changes we will inform you before we deliver the plants to you.
Supplied plant heights vary depending on the season, the batch they are picked from and the type of plant. For eventual height, please see plant description.