Best Apple Varieties to Grow

Apple varieties to grow

Can you tell a 'Granny Smith' from a 'Braeburn'? We pick some of the best apples to grow.

Little beats the fresh crunch and flavour of a fresh, homegrown apple – and they taste just as good in crumbles or pies.

When choosing your apple tree, take note of what Pollination Group the variety is in, as well as the rootstock the variety is grown on. All apple trees benefit from two or more apple trees growing nearby to produce a good crop. These two extra varieties need to be different to the original and should be in the same or adjacent pollination groups as the original.

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