Light Green, Dark Green
Deciduous (bare from Nov to April)
Leaves and Foliage
Small - up to 4m / 13ft
Send a lovely Queen Cox Apple Tree to someone special who loves munching apples! A much loved garden fruit tree that produces a fine crop of mouth watering apples with an exceptional flavour. Not only are they great for eating fresh the fruit is amazing for juicing and making homemade cider!
The apples are a stunning vibrant red colour and deliver a crisp aromatic flavour, they’re best when eaten early in the season as they do not store as well as other varieties. Queen Cox trees are sensitive to cold and wet conditions, so the tree is better suited to Southern Areas of the UK which are a little warmer and drier than northern areas - bit of a softy really!
The apples will be ripe around mid September proving it to be an extremely popular gift for Autumn occasions, especially birthdays. What’s a better birthday treat than having deliciously ripe Queen Cox apples to pick year after year?
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters. May not withstand open/exposed sites or central/northern locations.
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This was a gift for my sister's birthday to compliment her garden of veg and fruit plants. It arrived extremely well boxed and there were already some apples growing on it. The delivery man called to ask the final directions, so it arrived in time for her party. She's planted it now and it looks great! Very impressed with the service and the product, so much so we'll be eyeing up a pear tree for our garden.
Lovely looking tree although difficult to review properly until we see some signs of growth. Howver, packaging could be improved. Despite clear label re keeping upright, it had obviously been tipped in transit and a lot of the soil had tipped out of the pot into into the box. We had to deliver the tree to our daughter (because you were unable to deliver when she would be at home) and, because we had to tip the pot to get it into our car, we packed tightly rolled up balls of paper all round the top of the pot and then pulled the drawstring of the nice cloth bag as tight as possible so the soil was kept compressed in the pot. Perfect!