Stepover trees are used primarily for edging a border or pathway or to divide the kitchen/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.
This is a variety raised by EMRS Kent, 1930, received an RHS Award of Garden Merit in 1965. A cross between Laxtons Suoperb and Cox’s orange, combining both parents superb atste. Much esteemed late storing apple.
Tydemans Late Orange apple tree – Season:
Pick as late as possible in November, and enjoy from storage December to March.
Tydemans Late Orange – appearance:
Small to medium sized conical green-yellow flushed and striped dark purple-red.
Tydemans Late Orange apple trees – flavour:
Robustly flavoured, strongly aromatic, truly like the best of both parents.
A dessert apple.
Cropping & Growth
A vigorous freely branched tree. Fruit can be small unless thinned.
Tydemans Late Orange Apple Trees - Pollination: Pollination group ‘C’ partner with any varieties in the same or adjacent groups. Here are some suggested varieties:
Kidds Orange Red
Self fertile Cox's