Bramleys seedling mini M27


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Bramleys seedling mini M27
Bramleys Seedling is a famous cooker and does very well here as a miniature tree, much easier to manage and ideal for the patio or a small garden.

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Bramley Seedling miniature M27 Tree for sale

This tree is grown on miniature M27 stock. M27 is a rootstock that produces the smallest tree of all; maturing to around 180cm’s in height and width, this tree is ideal for a container or small garden, courtyard or allotment. It should be staked if in a windy or open position. Crops can exceed 20ibs per tree when established and this rootstock is quite precocious, often yielding the year following planting.

Surely the most famous cooking apple tree of all time, Bramleys Seesling was introduced in the 1860’s and has it’s origins in Nottinghamshire.

Bramleys Seedling minaiture Apple tree – Season:

Harvest late September and early-mid October. With careful storage can be used well into the Spring.

Bramleys Seedling M27 Apple - appearance:

Very large, flattened-circular, blocky, mostly medium green becoming yellowish with store. Home grown Bramleys tend to be more highly coloured than supermarket-bought samples and can develop a striking dark red flush on the sunny side – especially small bush, cordon and fan/espalier trees where the fruits receive more sunshine.

Bramley Seedling apple treesflavour:

Strongly acidic and capable of taking a lot of added sugar. Home-stored fruits may be less acidic than those bought from commercial samples.


A classic culinary apple. Cooks to a juicy puree so ideal for sauces, pies, and baked apples. Less successful where the appearance of the end product if important.  Some tastes find it an acceptable dessert apple when stored for some time and some of the acidity is lost.

Cropping & Growth

A vigorous and easily grown, heavily cropping tree. Best on a dwarfing rootstock [eg M9 or M27] in todays gardens and in more restricted areas.

Bramley Seedling - Pollination: Bramleys is a triploid, therefore it has no viable pollen of it’s so cannot be used to pollinate other varieties. It also needs 2 other trees to pollinate itself successfully. It is better planted as a group of different apple trees. Flowering Crab apples growing nearby will help.

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