Apple Rawley's Seedling

Apple Rawley’s Seedling

An Irish heritage variety of early dessert apple, Apple Rawley’s Seedling is believed to have been planted by a Mrs Rawley at her Co Cork farm in the early 20th century. Small to medium-sized greenish-yellow fruit with an orange blush and a little russeting, excellent Cox-like flavour when eaten fresh from the tree. Much hardier than Cox’s Orange Pippin, but needs a sunny, favourable site to crop well and for best flavour. Moderately vigorous tree, spur-bearer. Susceptible to scab.

Site: Some shelter; needs a sunny site
Soil: Any reasonably well drained, fertile soil
Position: Crops best in full sun
Pick: Late August
Keep: Early September
Hardiness: Hardy
Pollination: Pollination Group 3 (pollinates with Groups 2, 3 and 4)
Uses: Eating apple

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During the bareroot season, our apples are pre pruned before being dispatched by mail order.

Type | Size: Pot | 2L
Rootstock: MM106
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