Orelans Reinette cordon


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Orelans Reinette cordon
A wonderful flavour has kept Orelans Reinette at the top of the apple-connoisseurs list for centuries. It is partly russetted and can be eaten from october to Christmas.; there can never be too many fruits to eat as it is so delicious.

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Orelans Reinette is an esteemed French variety from the 1700’s which remains highly regarded for it’s flavour.

Orleans Reinette Apple tree – Season:

For use early November to late December.

Orelans Reinette - appearance:

Medijm sized flattened-circular golden yellow with a cinnamon coloured russet and bronzy flush. Flesh is deep cream.

Orelans Reinette apple treesflavour:

Outstanding, especially when grown in sunny spot. The deep cream flesh is akin to that of a russet – not overly juicy, firm, slightly crumbly and with a rich, complex aromatic flavour that is very more-ish.


Although a very fine dessert apple, also suits cooking having been recommended for tarts, pastries and slicing.

Cropping & Growth

Fairly good health record, medium vigour.

Orleans Reinette- Pollination: ‘D’ pollination group, use varieties with the same or adjacent groups to pollinate successfully.  Here are some suggested varieties:

Chivers Delight

Court Pendu Plat

Newton Wonder


Carlisle Codlin

Charles Ross

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