Description: A relatively small tree with conical habit suited to a small garden. Several seasons of interest with red buds open to white apple blossom in spring. In autumn there is good autumn leaf colour and red orange yellow fruit which remain into winter.
Uses: Suited to a small garden or at the back of a mixed border.
Climate/Position: Full sun or partial shade.
Height/Spread: Small tree reaching only 7m x 6m.
Soil Requirements: Moist well drained soil moderately fertile.
Pruning: Minimal pruning except for removing any damaged or crossing branches.
Special Requirements: For best fruiting results then plant other Malus nearby ( or check if the neighbour has a Malus tree!) to ensure good pollination. This results in regular and more prolific fruiting.
Additional Interest: Introduced in 1980. Good for small gardens, parks and roadside.