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Braeburn Apple Trees


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Braeburn apple is an excellent eating dessert apple that is firm to the touch with a red/orange vertical streaky appearance on a yellow/green background. The fruits are crisp and juicy in taste. The variety Braeburn is believed to have been discovered as a seedling in 1952 by a farmer Mr Moran from Waiwhero in the Moutere Hills in New Zealand. It was then cultivated by a fruit tree nursery Williams Brothers. The variety Braeburn is thought to be a cross between Granny Smith and Lady Hamilton.  The apple itself is named after Braeburn Orchard where it was first commercially grown. Braeburn apples have a wonderful combination of tart and sweet flavour. They are available from October to April and the fruit are medium to large in size.  Braeburn apples can also be used in cooking as well as eating. Supplied bare rooted, 2 year old tree at a present height of 150 cm/5 feet. The tree will produce fruit within two years of planting. All fruit trees are supplied bare rooted from november to march.

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