Apple - Dumelows Seedling - Potted grafted MM106 Rootstock

Apple - Dumelows Seedling - Potted grafted MM106 Rootstock

Was a very popular cooking apple; now superseded by Bramley, but still very popular in private gardens. Scented apple. Pick early October; will keep until April.


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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Leicestershire apple, originating in Shackerstone. Also known as Wellington. Large, flattish fruit related to Lane's Prince Albert (q.v.). Pale green becoming yellow; some orange mottling. Was a very popular cooking apple; now superseded by Bramley, but still very popular in private gardens. Scented apple. Pick early October; will keep until April. Raised by Richard Dumelow, a Shackerstone farmer, in late 1700s. Late keeper; sometimes keeps until May.

  • Fruit Type Apple
  • Rootstock Type MM106

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