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. Court of Wick is a Somerset apple of considerable antiquity. Fruits are small with an intense flavour and this is a hardy tree that has been recommended for more exposed sites. Court of Wick apple tree – Season: Harvest from late September, usually stores until December. Court of Wick – appearance: Small, golden fruits flushed and mottled red, some russet patches. Court of Wick apple trees – flavour: Intense, juicy and fruity. Flesh is dense and crisp. Uses: For dessert use, also as a table apple. Cropping & Growth Hardy, vigorous, prolific. Good for the north and exposed positions. Court of Wick - Pollination: Pollination group ‘B’ so pollinate with varieties in the same or adjacent groups.