Triploid. Don't you just love the name which refers to the size of this large English cooking apple. The skin is pale green and streaked with red. A vigorous disease resistant variety that has been around since 1820. Makes delicious Apple Sauce.
Triploid apples cant pollinate other apple trees as their pollen is sterile. If you have the space, plant it near two other non-triploid apple trees that bloom around the same time. That way, the bases for pollination of all trees are covered. If you’re limited on space, simply plant your triploid apple tree along with a self-pollinating apple tree. The self-pollinating variety will cover its own pollination needs as well as the needs of the triploid tree.
Colour: White / Pink Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 3.5m x 2.5m