Apple (Malus) Bountiful - 12L Bush

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Why we love it:
  • Sweeter than the average cooking apple, the Bountiful is loved for its soft, juicy flavour and the fact that it retains its shape when cooked
  • To give you an idea of just how sweet this cooker is, in late Winter you can enjoy it as a dessert apple!
  • The Bountiful Apple is a relatively modern cooker, introduced in 1964 by the East Malling Research Station, and is a cross between the Cox's Orange Pippin and the Lane's Prince Albert
  • It makes a tasty apple tart, a wonderful accompaniment to your roast pork, and is equally at home in a savoury stir fry
  • The Apple (Malus) Bountiful we have chosen for you has been locally grown in the rich and fertile Herefordshire soil. You'll find it a fantastic garden apple as it's easy to grow, disease resistant, and plentiful in crop
  • Plant it in a sunny spot and you'll soon reap the rewards of your labour and be cooking up apple feast after feast after feast!

    What you need to know:
  • 1 x Apple (Malus) Bountiful
  • Size: 12L Bush
  • Fruit: bears large fruits
  • Colour: Pale Green with Orange Red Stripes
  • Flavour: Acid
  • Use: Culinary
  • Pick: September
  • Grown in Herefordshire
  • Pollination: requires at least 2 other trees to pollinate
  • Rootstock: MM106. Semi Vigorous. General purpose for most types of cordon and half standard, staking only required on sites which are exposedSpecial instructions:
  • On arrival, it is important that your tree is watered and heeled in or planted within 24 hours
  • To plant, dig a hole which is approximately one and a half times as wide and deep as the pot your tree has arrived in. Add as much organic material as possible (such as homemade compost or farmyard manure). NB: Don't add any fertiliser to the soil at time of planting as it may burn the roots and it will encourage tree growth at the expense of fruit growth
  • Place the tree in the hole and cover the roots with soil up to the surrounding ground level. The tree should be planted to the same depth as it was in the pot (or the soil mark on the trunk in the case of bare-rooted trees)
  • Water well in dry conditions
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