Dabinett Apple Tree produces a medium to large, round fruit with dull red flush over green.
It’s bittersweet flesh produces lots of tannins and sweetness making a very high quality juice. One of the most common English cider apples.
Maturity is October to November. Should be provided with good mulch and a touch of compost for best results. Will tolerate some shade without a problem.
Good fireblight and scab resistance.
3′ – 4′ Whip
Will grow up to 12′-15′ tall at maturity
M9 Rootstock which grows 30-40% of standard size. These trees should be staked. Induces early cropping, larger fruit and early ripening. Withstands heavy soils and wet conditions, loves mulch, but make sure you add tree collars as mice/voles like this rootstock. Great tree to plant for early production while you wait for your full-sized ones to produce.