Varieties

JPCJPC Posts: 26

I would be grateful to hear from anyone up north who are growing step over apples as I am thinking of planting some on my allotment, being in the north of the country I hear there are particular varieties that do better than others, ie cox,s are not to good up here (York).......many thanks    

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  • pansyfacepansyface PEAK DISTRICTPosts: 10,600

    It really depends on what you can find as a pre-trained stepover tree, unless you are planning to start from scratch.

    I have found Gala, Braeburn and James Grieve to do well in the Peak District where we get cold winters, heavy snows and shortish summers. I currently have a stepover Braeburn and had a Gala done the same way in the past.

    Apophthegm -  a big word for a small thought.
  • JPCJPC Posts: 26

    Great info pansyface just what I have been looking for, many thanks and have a great weekend...JPC

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