Self Fertile Cox`s cordon


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Self Fertile Cox`s cordon
A sport of Cox's itself with the same fruits but the flowers are self pollinmating - no need for other trees to ensure those crisp, beautifully flavoured fruits. One of the most popular varieties for the garden is this new form of Cox.

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Self fertile Cox’s cordon Apple Trees for sale

Cordon Apple trees are a good choice for restricted areas and a fence or wall. They can be grown at a 45degree angle, or upright. The rootstock we use for our cordon self fertile Cox is M9 which is the best stock for cordon trees. Plant 60-80cm’s apart.

This is a new form of Cox’s Orange which is a cleaner easier to grow tree and which hasself fertile blossom. A useful addition to the range of apple tree varieties suited to the one-tree garden.

Self fertile Cox’s cordon apple tree – Season:

A similar season to Cox’s; harvest late September onward and usually keeps into January.

Self fertile Cox’s  – appearance:

Medium sized pale green with broken orange red stripes and flush.

Self fertile Cox’s apple treesflavour:

The intense sweet-sharp, aromatic taste of a true Cox.


A dessert apple and also for slicing.

Cropping & Growth

Medium growth habit, slightly spreading.

Self fertile Cox - Pollination: Self fertile Cox is self fertile so does not need to be aprtnered with another tree to achieve cropping potential. It is itself in group ‘B’ for pollination so can be used in conjunction with varieties in the same or adjacent groups.

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