Red Windsor’ apple tree
£55 – £125
This apple tree produces an abundance of bright red apples with a sweet flavour. This variety is known to have good disease resistance, and is self-fertile, which means it doesn’t need another tree nearby for pollination, so will happily produce fruits on its own.
This is a step-over tree (a low-growing, horizontally-trained tree that can literally be ‘stepped over’), which makes it excellent for use along the edges of paths or flower beds.
This plant is known for being extremely hardy. As climate change causes extreme temperature fluctuations, rest assured that this plant can survive temperatures as low as -15 celsius. It’s also a pollinating plant so once it begins to flower, it’ll provide food for pollinators, such as bees and butterflies.
Please note, this tree has dropped its leaves over winter, but will burst into life again come spring.
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About the product
Flowers will appear in March – April, and apples are ready to be harvested in September.
This tree’s rootstock is M27, meaning the tree will reach a final height of approximately 2m.
If you have no idea what the above sentence means, don’t worry! You don’t need to know anything about this to successfully grow this tree.
But, in case you’re interested, a rootstock is a set of different roots which are grafted onto a plant to control the vigour of the plant. This allows trees and bushes to be grown in a smaller space than if they were grown on their own roots, which is why we’ve chosen them for our fruit trees.
- A Red Windsor apple tree (12L) – planted in your chosen pot (if added)
- Care guide
- Current height (inc. pot):
- Current width:
- Light needs:
- Full sun
- Frost sensitive?
- None reported
- Yes, fruit is edible
- Pollinator friendly?
Seasons of interest
- Eco- friendly sourcing
- Peat- free compost
- Long lasting plants
- Independent British nurseries