Stepover trees are used primarily for edging a border or pathway or to divide the kitche/vegetable garden. These very tiny trees are just 18” in height with two side laterals from the main stem forming a capital ‘T’ shape. The stepover tree is an ormamental addition to your garden and these trees are grown on the smallest avaailable rootstock, M27. Plant 120-150cm’s apart. Braeburn is now one of the famous names in apples worldwide. It’s fruits are large and very crispy, with a refreshing flavour. Braeburn Apple trees need a favourable aspect and a warm autumn to develop fully. It’s origins lie in New Zealand. Braeburn apple trees have very attractive blossom. Braeurn stepover Apple tree – Season: This is a very late apple. Leave on the tree as long as possible before harvesting and continue to ripen in store. Best enjoyed from late November through until the Spring. Braeburn Apple - appearance: Large, tall, conical and olive green turning slightly more yellow as it matures fully. Variably covered by a handsome red flush. Braeburn stepover apple trees – flavour: Sub-acid and refreshing, the green flesh is solid, crunchy and crisp, even when fully ripe. Somewhat lacking in flavour by classic apple standards, but seems to suit todays pallette. Uses: Primarily a dessert apple but could also be used for cooking, especially slicing for use in open tarts. Cropping & Growth Fairly vigorous, spurs freely so useful for cordon growing. As a bush tree demands a sheltered, warm aspect or locality. Braeburn - Pollination: Braeburn is in ‘C’ pollination group so use varieties in the same or adjacent group to polinate.