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Stepover Apples

Step-over apple trees on EXTRA-DWARFING rootstocks. These highly sought-after trees can make productive hedges half a metre in height. Ideal for edging garden and vegetable beds, or a striking ornamental hedge. We tend to select later ripening varieties so that the fruit are hanging after the leaves have fallen. See our article on step-overs for...

Step-over apple trees on EXTRA-DWARFING rootstocks. These highly sought-after trees can make productive hedges half a metre in height. Ideal for edging garden and vegetable beds, or a striking ornamental hedge. We tend to select later ripening varieties so that the fruit are hanging after the leaves have fallen. See our article on step-overs for more information.

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Stepover Apples There are 14 products.

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    This quite a remarkable apple, with scarlet red flesh, covered by a scarlet red skin that shines up when pollished. Small, palm-sized fruit, and a sweetnes offset by a faint crab-apple tartness. The leaves are purple-green and the sap is red too. Quite amazing! The tree is quite vigorous and bears heavily. We discovered this tree as a seedling - a huge...

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    Originating on the northern bank of the Ohio River in a town called Rome. It appeared from a sucker below the graft of an orchard tree. It's a large brilliant red fruit that resists bruising and is a heavy cropper. Good eating and becomes very sweet. Can tolerate a low chill environment.

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    This variety is almost certainly a seedling of Sturmer. Hangs extremely late, greenish yellow skin with a patch of orange when ripe and some russet. The flesh is dense with medium crunch, warmly sweet with quite high acid. Medium sized fruit. Like sturmer, a perfect all rounder, great to eat, cook, make cider and juice, plus keeps well and crops heavily....

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    Most people will know Pink Lady because of it's popularity Australia wide. It's has fairly large fruit with excellent appearance, pink to pale red blush over a yellow background. Nicely flavoured pale yellow firm flesh. Matures very late and stores very well. Presently Australia's most famous apple: 3rd generation Australian, starting from Rokewood -->...

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    This is a true Australian Federation apple believed to be the daughter of Rokewood and Granny Smith both of which are famous old Australian varieties. It is a large apple, maturing July or even later and keeps extremely well. Brilliant red purple skin, longish conical fruit with excellent flavour. 

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    This famous Australian apple should be know my most. A very green apple, large with prominent dots on the skin. The white flesh is very crisp, juicy and acid. Unfortunately the public seldom have a chance to eat fully mature Granny's straight off the tree as they are picked in March and cool stored. They hang very well on the tree after the leaves have

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    A very handsome late ripening, deep red apple - a cross between Jonathan and Wagener from Idaho USA in 1942.  Crisp flesh and an uncomplicated sweet / acid tasting flesh. Great cooked as well as eaten fresh and stores exceptionally well.

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    A well known variety developed in Japan from it's parent Red Delicious. An attractive red skin, crisp yellowish flesh, uncomplicated deep sweet flavour and is always predictably juicy. Medium to large sized fruit. Fuji stores well - improving in quality and flavour. A thoroughly modern apple, and one of the latest maturing varieties. Suitable for...

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    An excellent eating apple, no surprise due to it's parentage: Cox's Orange and Red Delicious, developed in New Zealand by John Kidd in 1924. The skin is a flushed orange red with a slight russet while the flesh is aromatic, crisp, sweet and creamy white. Always rates very high in apple tasting events. It stores well. As we grow it on other rootstocks, be...

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    Also known as Snow apple, Lady in the Snow, Fameuse, Chimney Apple and about 20 other names which reflects its popularity and how widely distributed this variety is. Originated around 1730 in Quebec, Canada an offspring of McIntosh. The attractive smallish fruit have red sometimes striped skin on a background of pale red and green. 

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    This is a majestic apple - large dense dark green apple with flattish sides. Often a little red develops on the sunny side. White flesh. Known in England as far back as the 1600's. Good eaten fresh but comes into itself as a cooker (a costard) that develops a wonderful spicy flavoured pulp.

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    One of the world's most famous apples originating around 1800 in Ontario, Canada. It's a bright red apple, roundish shaped that fits gently into the hand, with a bit of stripe or fleck in the colouring.  It has sweet scented white flesh, occasionally with pink streaks. It at least partially self fertile and a good provider of pollen. 

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    Similar to Sayman's winesap, this late ripening modest sized red apple dates from mid 1800's in Kansas. Skin can be  dark, more often mid-red and occasionally a wandering russet. Flesh crunchy and aromatic and distinctive pleasing vinous flavour (VINOUS: meaning it shares in a certain flavour complexity and intrigue like wine has. Does not mean it tastes...

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    Graftling on stepover stock

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