Apple - Belvoir Seedling - Potted grafted MM106 Rootstock

Apple - Belvoir Seedling - Potted grafted MM106 Rootstock

Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a sweet to subacid flavour.


MM106 Rootstock

Generally these can grow to 4.5m tall.


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These items are generally available throughout the year. If in doubt please ask. They may be delivered in pots, mesh sleeves or rootballed.


Please Note

These items are generally available throughout the year. If in doubt please ask.

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Apple raised by W.H. Divers, probably at Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire. Received by the National Fruit Trials in 1935. Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a sweet to subacid flavour. Synonym: Belvoir Castle. National Fruit Collection Accession Number: 1935-008 Dessert apple, Annie Elizabeth (female) × Dumelow's Seedling (male). Flowering: 10% open: 9th May, Fully open: 14th May , 90% over: 22nd May . Picking time: Early October . Natural storage: November-March .

  • Fruit Type Apple
  • Rootstock Type MM106

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