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Dwarf Braeburn Apple Fruit Tree

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  • A very therapeutic and educational activity which is fun for both children and adults

  • Will enhance your garden patio or balcony with stunning shapes and colours.

  • Excellent appeal to senses as they look, smell and taste delightful.

  • Very easy to care for plants which will reward you well.


Braeburn Apples are a well known variety as a traditional eating apple. They are very popular in supermarkets, and now you can grow your very own. A Juicy Apple with a dark red skin, has a very sweet taste, with aromatic tones. Growing your own fruit is educational, therapeutic, fun and also environmentally friendly - You won’t have to carry bags from the supermarket and there is no cost on mileage. They look great on the garden patio and also on balconies.


These Dwarf Fruit trees are ideal for growing in pots or small gardens. They produce fruit at a much younger age than larger varieties, with most fruiting at 2-3 years. Larger varieties take around 5 years to start fruiting. A mature tree can reach 5-6ft and produce a fruit yield of 15-25lb. For this tree variety to reach maximum size, it takes around 10-15 years and needs to be given the space to grow. However to keep trees to a manageable size they can be kept potted or pruned to the desired height. They reach their full cropping capacity at 4-5 years old. This rootstock variety is M27, Extremely Dwarfing.


Pot size 18cm. Height 90cm approximately.


Growing Tips


  • Best grown in pairs

  • Plant from late autumn until early spring for best results

  • Happiest in full sun or part shade and moist rich soil.

  • Non-Evergreen variety - Season of Interest: Spring.

  • Harvest in late November - Keeps throughout Winter Months.

  • Fruits June to November

  • Produces white blossom in late spring.

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